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Business Notebook for July 10

A roundup of business news in Fayetteville and Cumberland County


Fayetteville State recognized as Adobe Creative Campus

 Fayetteville State University has been designated an Adobe Creative Campus, the college said in a release.

“As an Adobe Creative Campus, FSU has committed to integrating digital literacy in its strategic plan and building pedagogy that incorporates digital tools to foster critical thinking, creative problem solving, and collaboration,’’ the university said in the release.

The university now offers Adobe Creative Cloud to its students and integrates Adobe tools and resources into its core curriculum to better prepare students for global citizenship and success, the release said.

Monica T. Leach, provost and senior vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, said the hands-on, experiential learning will help students build a strong skill-set that will set them apart in the workforce.

 “Preparing our students for global citizenship, indeed global leadership, is our fundamental mission as an institution of higher education,” Leach said in the release. “Providing the tools necessary to develop strong communication skills across the digital spectrum is key to providing a well-rounded, multi-dimensional education.”

Cumberland County Schools seeking to fill vacancies

Cumberland County Schools is looking to hire people for various vacancies in the district. Registration for virtual interviews is open through Thursday.

The district has immediate openings for licensed teachers, school counselors, school social workers and other positions, the school system said in a release.

To register, visit the school system’s website and for questions, call 910-678-2323.

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