MOC adds two to staff
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on August 1, 2008 1:32 PM
MOUNT OLIVE -- Two new hires have been announced at Mount Olive College, in the career center and a newly-created position.
Richard Darden of Goldsboro will be an assistant director of the career center. A graduate of Wayne Community College and East Carolina University, he has previously worked in student services and workforce development on the junior college level, as well as an educator in the state's public school system. His new duties will include helping make connections to the world of work through job search practices, interviewing skills, career exploration and assessments.
Dr. Donald "Randy" Cobb of Greenville has been named director of the annual fund, a new position. A graduate of MOC, he received his master's degree and doctorate from Regent University. Most recently, he served as director of ministry support, director of adult learning and director of youth and college ministries at Covenant United Methodist Church in Winterville.
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