Enviva donates to college foundation
Enviva Biomass has made a $5,000 donation to the Camp Community College Foundation for the Fast Track Healthcare Program. The program is offered through Camp’s Division of Workforce Development and is a curriculum that bundles Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Phlebotomy Technician and Certified EKG Technician in order to graduate students who can fill needed jobs in the college’s service region. Sessions are alternatively taught on the Franklin and Hobbs Suffolk campuses. Pictured from left are Dr. Angela Lawhorne, director of the Camp Regional Workforce Development Center; Dr. Corey McCray, interim president, Camp Community College; Franklin Castillo, plant manager, Enviva Franklin Plant; and Chris Brown, Mid-Atlantic community relations manager for Enviva and President of the Camp Community College Foundation.