Continuing Education

NC IOPL’s curriculum has remained true to the original mission of its founders and has also evolved to be current and relevant to the needs of today’s students. The purpose of the Continuing Education program is to provide opportunities for alumni to be better informed about issues affecting the current political environment in NC, as well as opportunities to simply “brush up” on previously-learned skills.

In each of the spring and fall semesters, two class modules are open to all alumni wanting to attend. One class is held in Greensboro and the other in Raleigh. Information on the next modules available to all alumni will be distributed via email and on the website.

Spring 2017 Continuing Education Modules

Social Media and Political Campaigns

January 28, 2017 in Greensboro

Sue Polinsky, President – TechTriad, instructs the class on the Do’s and Don’ts of utilizing social media successfully in your campaign strategy.

The History of North Carolina Politics

April 8, 2017 in Raleigh

Rob Christensen leads the discussion with panelists Gary Pearce, Art Pope, and Joe Stewart.


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