Taxidermy Schools in North Carolina?

Submitted by Kenny Snyder on 10/16/2003. ( ) 207.69.2.177

I'm interested in pursuing taxidermy as a career and wondered if any of you folks might be able to point me in the right direction in terms of getting the best education available in my area. I live in central North Carolina. I thought about Piedmont Community College but, as far as I can tell, it looks to me like their taxidermy cirriculum is no longer available. I have a family so I would not be able to attend any of the out-of-state options, unfortunately. What do you folks suggest? How did you get started? Any help would be much appreciated.

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Montgomery Comm. Coll.

This response submitted by Jim on 10/16/2003. ( jamesp@dockpoint.net ) 204.211.171.11

You might check with Montgomery Community College. They have an part-time evening program as well as a full-time day program. Also, depending on where you live, you might consider Johnston CC in Smithfield. I took small game and birds there. Classes meet one night per week per course. Classes are like 6 or 8 weeks long. Cost ~$55 plus you have to provide all your mat'l and specimens. Email me if you need more info.


Schools

This response submitted by Craig on 10/16/2003. ( wyrickstaxidermy@earthlink.net ) 65.40.90.54

I'm in the NC piedmont.I went to Piedmont and it was a good school.Its a shame that they arent doing it now.I heard that Randolph Community College in Asheboro has a program at night but I dont know who is teaching,etc..


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