Coastal Carolina CC Emergency Management AAS

Coastal Carolina CC Emergency Management AAS The Emergency Management AAS degree at Coastal is available 100% online.

The Emergency Management curriculum is designed to provide students with a foundation of technical and professional knowledge needed for emergency services delivery in local and state government agencies. Study involves both management and technical aspects of law enforcement, fire protection, emergency medical services, and emergency planning. Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercises to introduce the student to various aspects of emergency preparedness, protection, and enforcement. Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as investigative principles, hazardous materials, codes, standards, emergency agency operations, and finance. Employment opportunities include ambulance services, fire/rescue agencies, law enforcement agencies, fire marshal offices, industrial firms, educational institutions, emergency management offices, and other government agencies. Employed persons should have opportunities for skilled and supervisory-level positions. Any student interested in applying for admission to the Emergency Management program should contact Ronnie Holton at (910)938-6102, Katherine M. Burton at (910) 938-6796, or Ed Duffield at (910) 938-6200.

Coastal Carolina Community College
07/15/2020

Coastal Carolina Community College

Are you a Summer 2020 graduate? Summer 2020 graduation applications are due Friday, July 31st at 5:00 pm. Contact Coastal Carolina Community College Registrar at [email protected] or 910 938 6332

06/16/2020
Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Community College

Due to water damage, the Accounting Office is temporarily closed. For assistance please call 910-938-6217 or 910-938-6342. You may also contact us via email at [email protected]. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.

05/14/2020

Summer classes for Emergency Management start Monday! EPT 210 Response & Recovery is offered during our summer semester. All related courses are offered as well. If you need to get registered, contact us ASAP! [email protected]

04/20/2020
NC.gov: North Carolina COVID-19 Response

The State of North Carolina has consolidated all state resources onto one web page.

COVID-19 coronavirus resources, information and assistance from North Carolina state government.

Coastal Carolina Community College Fire/Rescue Training
04/08/2020

Coastal Carolina Community College Fire/Rescue Training

Now Available for Registration!
*Online Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher April 20 - May 1, 3 hours.
*Online HazMat Refresher Training May 4 - 29, 6 hours.
Don't let this downtime due to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order go to waste! Maintain your social distancing by completing this required annual training online now!
These are fee-waived classes for members of fire departments in NC. Training will be documented on your Coastal Carolina Community College transcript.
Registration details are at the Dropbox link. https://www.dropbox.com/s/29ev0fck6iepwgl/Online%20BBP%20and%20HazMat%20Registration.pdf?dl=0

Grant Opportunity
04/06/2020
FY 2020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program

Grant Opportunity

The Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program will provide funding to assist eligible states, local units of government, and tribes in preventing, preparing for, and responding to the coronavirus.

03/28/2020
Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Community College Students:

As a result of North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s latest executive order which takes effect Monday, March 30, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., your college’s senior administrative team met last evening and earlier this afternoon to discuss the possible implications.

Efforts have been and continue to be made in order to ensure that you have the opportunity to meet your educational goals during this challenging time.

While limited face-to-face classes which accommodate law enforcement and our active duty military are continuing, all others have been transitioned to a remote learning format. Plans are now necessary to also curtail a number of face-to-face support services, including the library and academic counseling. For those of you who have continued to come onto campus over the past two weeks utilizing various services, you may return this coming Monday, the 30th, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. in order for the staff to help you with continued support through remote means if possible. Beyond Monday and until such time as the COVID-19 restrictions subside, face-to-face services will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

It is my hope that you, your family, and friends will remain healthy and safe through this difficult time. Please know that your faculty and staff remain committed to your success.

We wish you the best.

David L. Heatherly
President
Coastal Carolina Community College

CCCC supporting the hospital and EOC with donations of PPE. Everyone working together!
03/26/2020

CCCC supporting the hospital and EOC with donations of PPE. Everyone working together!

We are beyond humbled and thankful for the outpouring of support we have received over the past few weeks. We want to thank those who have donated supplies, provided snacks and meals for our staff, and acknowledged our employees for their hard work. Your support and encouragement truly make a difference! A special thank you to Coastal Carolina Community College for donating a passenger van fun of medical supplies! To see a complete list of those we would like to thank, and a list of items we are still seeking, please visit onslow.org/covid-19-ways-you-can-help

03/20/2020

Text COVIDNC to 898211 for NC-specific updates.

03/12/2020
NCDHHS: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response in North Carolina

The NC DHHS Coronavirus page showing the state's response.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response in North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper took the next step in the state’s coronavirus COVID-19 preparedness plan and issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency. Watch the March 10 Press Briefing1 of 4 More ResourcesCDC Local Health Departmen...

03/12/2020
www.arcgis.com

The Johns Hopkins data/gis dashboard showing Corinavirus activity.

02/19/2020
Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Community College

Calling all of our awesome Coastal Veterans. Tomorrow February 20th from 11am - 2pm in the James H. Melton Skills Building Coastal will be hosting the Veterans Resource Fair. Come out and learn about all the resources available to you in our community and on campus. #ccccveterans #cccccampuslife #coastalcarolinacommunitycollege #veteransresourcefair

02/14/2020

There are several EPT/FIP classes that count toward your Emergency Management AAS degree beginning March 5 for the second eight-week session. EPT 150 Incident Management, EPT 225 Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment, FIP 164 OSHA Standards are all available. Please contact us if you need to get registered!

Coastal Carolina Community College
01/29/2020

Coastal Carolina Community College

Spring Graduation applications are due this Friday! #coastalcarolinacommunitycollege

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin - January 4, 2020
01/06/2020
National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin - January 4, 2020

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin - January 4, 2020

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin Date Issued:  Saturday, January 4, 2020 View as PDF:  National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin - January 4, 2020 (pdf, 1 page, 641.01KB) Summary The United States designated Iran a “State Sponsor of Terrorism” in 1984 and since then, Iran has ac...

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12/09/2019

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Have you registered for Spring 2020 yet? There's still time! Contact duffielde@coastalcarolina.edu
11/23/2019

Have you registered for Spring 2020 yet? There's still time! Contact [email protected]

11/08/2019
Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Community College

On Tuesdays Coastal spotlights it’s Industrial and Applied Technology programs. Take a look at our students in action. #ccccinstatv #ccccdiscoverthetrades #coastalcarolinacommunitycollege #cccccampuslife

If you are planning to graduate with your Emergency Management AAS when you have finished your fall classes, please cont...
09/30/2019

If you are planning to graduate with your Emergency Management AAS when you have finished your fall classes, please contact [email protected] as soon as possible!

The deadline for submitting Fall 2019 Applications for Graduation is October 15, 2019, at 5:00pm.

09/22/2019

Are you ready start your Emergency Management degree or regain traction toward completing it? Eight-week classes start October 16! Contact Ed at [email protected] and let's see how we can help you!

Here's a great implementation of GIS technology for damage assessments during an event.
09/05/2019

Here's a great implementation of GIS technology for damage assessments during an event.

For your convenience, our amazing GIS team created the Citizen Incident Self-Reporting (CISR) app. This app is ready for our residents to report any damage to their homes from the hurricane. You can also access it at: https://www.onslowcountync.gov/cisr or
https://www.onslowcountync.gov/149/Health

Simply scan the QR code below or go to either website to report damages to your home.

Please be safe and continue to follow us during the storm!

Proactive messaging by our local governments. Information is critical in evolving emergencies.
09/05/2019

Proactive messaging by our local governments. Information is critical in evolving emergencies.

Jacksonville's Citizen Phone Bank is open for your #Dorian related questions. If you live in the City of Jacksonville, you can call 910 938-5200.

If you reside in Onslow County, outside of the Jacksonville City limits, you can call the Onslow County Government Citizen Phone Bank at 910 989-5027.

Coastal Carolina Community College
09/04/2019

Coastal Carolina Community College

Hurricane Update
Due to inclement weather, effective at 2 p.m. today, September 4th the college will be closed until the open of business Monday, September 9th.

Onslow County Emergency Services "Official"
09/03/2019

Onslow County Emergency Services "Official"

We were informed the original post would not share with our comments, so we are re-posing as a stand-alone post.

*** Hurricane Dorian Update*** - From the 09/03 8am Update

--Onslow County has declared a State of Emergency. At this time there are no curfews in effect.
--There is a Voluntary Evacuation Order in effect.
--There will be shelters opening for citizens to evacuate to.
--Citizens Phone Bank: 910-989-5027 for any questions related to the storm, impacts, shelters, etc... Open 9a-6p tonight and again at 8a tomorrow.

--Rainfall: 5-10” with locally higher amounts up to 15” are possible across coastal North Carolina (east of I-95). The heaviest rain is expected Wednesday night through Friday.
--Duration: 25 hrs possible of Tropical Force Winds, possibly beginning around 9am Thursday.

We will continue to post updates as we receive them.

Coastal Carolina Community College
08/26/2019

Coastal Carolina Community College

Get your GAME PLAN together!

There's still time to register for Fall! Classes start August 15!
08/01/2019

There's still time to register for Fall! Classes start August 15!

Thank you smartasset.com for ranking Coastal Carolina Community College as one of the top ten community colleges in the country!

Have you taken preparedness steps to be ready for fall semester? Classes start August 15! https://www.coastalcarolina.ed...
07/23/2019

Have you taken preparedness steps to be ready for fall semester? Classes start August 15!https://www.coastalcarolina.edu/cms/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Emergency-Management-Fall-2019-Registration-Guide.pdf

Coastal Carolina Community College
06/26/2019

Coastal Carolina Community College

What are your plans this Fall? We would love for you to take your next step at Coastal! Classes are filling up fast, call 938-6394.

06/19/2019
Coastal Carolina Community College

A core tenet of Emergency Management is Preparedness. Are you prepared for fall semester?

Have You Registered? Don’t wait! #cccccampuslife #coastalcarolinacommunitycollege #register #college

EMI e-Forum: Veteran to FEMA: Ways to be hired.3 PM Eastern, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.Login link: https://fema.connec...
06/18/2019
Emergency Management Institute

EMI e-Forum: Veteran to FEMA: Ways to be hired.

3 PM Eastern, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

Login link: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/emieforums
Conference call-in: 800-320-4330, PIN 107622

FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute – Weekly EMI e-Forums - Wednesdays 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT
EMI e-Forums are 1-hour, moderated, webinar discussion forums that provide an opportunity for EMI and the emergency management community to discuss matters of interest related to emergency management and national preparedness. EMI e-Forums facilitate a discussion by our whole-community partners, your peers, sharing their experiences in an informal and free exchange of ideas. The panel members are whole community, with topics relevant to whole community. These exchanges of ideas are free of charge and available to anyone who wishes to participate.
This week’s EMI e-Forum topic is Veteran to FEMA: Ways to be hired. Join us as a panel of Veterans discuss their hiring process to become FEMA employees.
This EMI e-Forum will feature the following panelist:
• Jerome Bryant, Chair, FEMA Veterans Advisory Council
• Roland Temah, Emergency Management Specialist, NPD, FEMA
• Andrew Ryan, Management and Program Analyst, Data and Communications Branch, FIMA, FEMA
• Harold Atwell, Reservist, Region II Mitigation, FEMA

EMI e-Forum: Veteran to FEMA: Ways to be hired.

3 PM Eastern, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

Login link: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/emieforums
Conference call-in: 800-320-4330, PIN 107622

FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute – Weekly EMI e-Forums - Wednesdays 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT
EMI e-Forums are 1-hour, moderated, webinar discussion forums that provide an opportunity for EMI and the emergency management community to discuss matters of interest related to emergency management and national preparedness. EMI e-Forums facilitate a discussion by our whole-community partners, your peers, sharing their experiences in an informal and free exchange of ideas. The panel members are whole community, with topics relevant to whole community. These exchanges of ideas are free of charge and available to anyone who wishes to participate.
This week’s EMI e-Forum topic is Veteran to FEMA: Ways to be hired. Join us as a panel of Veterans discuss their hiring process to become FEMA employees.
This EMI e-Forum will feature the following panelist:
• Jerome Bryant, Chair, FEMA Veterans Advisory Council
• Roland Temah, Emergency Management Specialist, NPD, FEMA
• Andrew Ryan, Management and Program Analyst, Data and Communications Branch, FIMA, FEMA
• Harold Atwell, Reservist, Region II Mitigation, FEMA

FUTURE EMI e-FORUMS
Date Topic
7/10 NEP End of Cycle Report
7/17 EMPP Book Club of the Quarter

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