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NC Co-ops Position for Economic Development Opportunities

Projects around the state bring jobs and new investments

Co-ops Offer Resources for COVID‑19 Hardships

New website provides information for those in need of assistance

Prepare for a ‘Busy’ Hurricane Season

Up to six major hurricanes are projected for 2020

Haywood EMC and Tri-County EMC to host Kenan Fellows

NC co-op shave hosted nine Kenan Fellows since 2014

Students Receive 2020 Youth Leadership Scholarships

Three scholarships were awarded to participants from the NC Youth Tour

Now Available: License Plate Honoring Lineworkers

‘Keeping the Lights On’ specialty license plate is now available to NC drivers

Long-term Plans Focus on Value for Co-op Members

Sustainability and efficiency goals underscore cooperative difference

9 Tips to Help You Avoid These Coronavirus Scams

Scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to their advantage

Former Youth Tourist Sees Opportunity for Collaboration

YLC delegate Karis Dean shares experiences from Capitol Hill

Accessible Innovation Stressed by NC Co-ops at National Meeting

NC co-op leaders set the tone among national peers

Students: Apply Now to Co-op Leadership Camp

Cooperative Leadership Camp applications due April 30

Co-op Educational Grant Program Breaks Record

2019 Bright Ideas Grants neared $720,000

Poultry Waste Will Provide Power to NC Co-ops

Pitt & Greene EMC serves an innovative renewable energy project

Help Rural Areas be Counted in Census 2020

Census numbers determine how communities receive federal and state resources