Medical Assisting and Practical Nursing Graduates Recognized

Nash Community College recently held a recognition ceremony for its Medical Assisting and Practical Nursing programs. The Practical Nursing curriculum prepares individuals with the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care to children and adults. A three-semester program of study, Practical Nursing leads to a one-year diploma. Courses include content related to the practical nurse’s role in participating in assessment, planning, implementing, and evaluating nursing care. Graduates of this program […]

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SAMHSA Advisor Provides Community Recovery Training at NCC

Nash Community College hosted “Building and Sustaining Communities of Recovery” training on campus Monday, July 31, 2017. The purpose of the program was to equip mental health and addiction recovery professionals with the knowledge to build community recovery programs. Tom Coderre, Senior Advisor for ​the ​Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), facilitated the training provided ​with the support […]

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NCC Partners with Working Landscapes to Provide Healthy Food

Nash Community College Culinary Arts and Working Landscapes of Warren County are working to build local food connections in Nash and Edgecombe counties through the “What’s Growing On” program which includes farm-to-childcare and farm-to-education initiatives. The program is funded by CSX through the “On Track with Healthy Foods” grant and is part of the Healthy Places NC initiative. The two […]

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College and Community Support Emergency Medical Services

Nash Community College Student Government Association and Emergency Services hosted a “Be a Friend, Build a Friend” community event in the NCC Continuing Education and Public Services Building multipurpose room. Approximately 150 faculty, staff, students and community members attended the event and created animals. The stuffed animals will be placed in local Emergency Services vehicles to help comfort children during […]

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2017-2018 NCC Student Ambassadors Selected

Nash Community College has announced its 2017-2018 Student Ambassadors. The Ambassadors represent the College throughout the academic year at on-campus and community events. The following students have been selected as 2017-2018 NCC Student Ambassadors because of their high academic achievement and service to their community. Back row, from left: Business Administration student Bill Hicks of Nashville and Criminal Justice Technology student […]

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Nash VP Mohrbutter Speaks at National Conference

Nash Community College once again​ is​ sharing best practices in instruction ​throughout the nation. Dr. Trent Mohrbutter, the College’s Vice President for Instruction and Chief Academic Officer, was among the special guests invited to speak at the​ ​Advancement via Individual Determination​ (AVID​)​ Summer Institute held​ in San Antonio, TX. Summer Institute is AVID’s annual professional learning event. More than 39,000 […]

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SGA Provides Food for Local Children

Throughout the year, Nash Community College​’s​ Student Government Association (SGA) sponsors student activities supporting projects to help better the local community. Most recently, ​the association donated items received through a campus-wide food drive to Peacemakers of Rocky Mount. The food will be used during Freedom School, a summer enrichment program provided by Peacemakers to 180 local children in Rocky Mount and Tarboro. Using curriculum […]

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Recent High School Grads Prepare for College During Summer Bridge

Twenty-five recent high school graduates are getting a taste of college life during the Summer Bridge program at Nash Community College. With classes held from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Mondays-Thursdays and 9:00 am -12:45 pm on Fridays​,​ the program gives incoming freshman the opportunity to make a successful transition to college while allowing students to earn four semester hours of […]

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NCC Announces Campus Reading Program

“Nash Reads” is a Nash Community College campus-wide reading program designed to inspire as many people as possible on campus and beyond to read a selected book. This year Nash Community College is encouraging students, faculty, staff and community members to read The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates by Wes Moore, and to participate in related discussions and […]

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