Still Serving, Inc. receives a $1,000 donation from ECU Health, Greenville, North Carolina

GREENVILLE, North Carolina - ECU Health strives to improve the health and well-being of eastern North Carolina and remain committed to become the national model for rural health and wellness. For the second year, ECU Health has demonstrated their commitment to enhancing the professional development of high school students at Innovation Early College High School, Greenville, North Carolina.

"We are thankful for our collaborative partnership with ECU Health and their continued support to high school students benefiting from our Adopt-A-School program. We believe skills-based events create additional learning opportunities for students to develop and enhance professional skills essential to secondary and post-secondary academic and career success. The feedback from students who attended our first skills-based event, held last school year, was positive and they were hopeful similar events would be offered in the future. I am proud to announce we will host another skills-based event, in partnership with Innovation Early College High School, during school year 2022-2023 and couldn't do it without wonderful collaborative partners like ECU Health." says Still Serving, Inc. Founder and President, Mario P. Fields

Innovation Early College High School (IECHS) is a collaborative partnership between Pitt County Schools and East Carolina University. IECHS strives to provide a personalized, academically energized, innovative environment bridging the high school and college level beginning in grade 9. The school's rigorous curriculum will develop individual talent and prepare students for a successful transition to an institution of higher education, with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design and Math career pathways.

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Nancy Turner

Program Coordinator

ECU Health Workforce Development

Mario P. Fields

Founder and President

Still Serving, Inc.