Photographer and graphic designer Christina Pasiewicz shares what it’s like to be a small business owner.
Students took to the course while donating toward Medical Missions Outreach in Tanzania for 2019’s Missions Run.
Evangelist Kwame Selver travels internationally to encourage pastors and churches for weeks at a time.
Careers can often bend and turn with time, but for 2008 grad David O’Hara, the journey has taken him on an unforgettable ride.
In the same church he grew up attending, Bible grad Corey Knopf trains teenagers to be an example of the believers by stepping up and serving.
Attending PCC provided more than just a degree to Rich Tozour, it also provided a direction.
As the youngest district attorney in North Carolina, Jason Ramey gives glory to God for his success as he strives to uphold the laws of North Carolina.
After teaching for 23 years in Christian education, Melissa Newport was humbly surprised to receive an invitation from the U.S. Department of Education to meet with Secretary DeVos.
Forums and seminars allow students at PCC to gain insight from presentations by professionals in their field of study.
Just two years after graduating, PCC alumna Bradlee Roberts is serving as a graphic designer for the National Bible Bee.
How one computer science grad went from programming to providing leadership within Verizon to starting his own company.
As a trainer for Guide Dogs for the Blind, advertising/public relations grad Rachel Chamness helps clients gain independence.