Students at Nash Community College are one step closer to being career-ready thanks to CSX. The company donated new professional outfits to the college, that were assembled by a group of CSX intermodal employees, who volunteered their time for the project.
“We saw an opportunity to connect our partners at Dignity U Wear and Edgecombe and Nash Community Colleges, which both share goals related to career readiness — and we’re excited to see the closets of professional wardrobes that were created as a result of this collaboration,” Tori Kaplan, Vice President, Communications and Field Support, CSX.
Pictured above Denise Beamer, Nash Community College Coordinator of Alumni Relations (left) and Kara Deans, Director of Student Life (right) with clothing generously donated to the NCC Success Closet. The closet provides professional attire to students in need for work or job interviews.
College resources that also provide assistance to students include: the Student Government Association, Student Wellness Center, MALE mentoring program, the Library, and food pantry.