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Durham Technical Community College in Orange County

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Orange County Campus

The Orange County Campus (OCC) at Durham Tech is a 20-acre campus centrally located in Orange County. dedicated to serving the educational needs of residents in Orange County. Residents throughout Orange County can get to campus from pretty much anywhere in the county in less than 15 minutes!

This state-of-the-art building houses 22 instructional spaces, including classrooms, computer and science labs, a library, a Sustainability Technologies lab, flexible use space, instructional and student support services areas, and faculty and student lounges. This facility also has many “green” building features, including aluminum light shelves, photovoltaic systems for solar-assisted water heating, rainwater collection and reuse, waterless urinals, and operable window vents in all classroom areas. All of these features contribute to energy efficiency and cost savings.

Keep up-to-date on the latest news about Durham Tech in Orange County.  Read the Orange County Campus news blog.

 

Orange County Skills and Development/JobLink Center

Orange County Skills Development CenterThis Franklin Street center is a user-friendly facility which provides a comprehensive range of employment and training services all under one roof. The facility houses five instructional spaces including classrooms, a computer lab, a student lounge, and a Nursing Assistant Lab. Durham Tech offers Human Resource Development and Career Readiness training for personal and professional growth at the Orange County Skills and Development Center. The college also offers a selection of Continuing Education courses (for example, American Sign Language), the Nursing Assistant program, the Adult Education and Basic Skills programs (for example, GED diploma), and English as a Second Language courses.

The Center was created so you can make informed choices about your career and employers can make informed choices about their workforce needs.

Directions to the Orange County Skills and Development/JobLink Center

Durham Technical Community College
1637 East Lawson Street
Durham, NC 27703
919-536-7200

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