Monthly Archives: June 2013

NCC Foundation Receives Gift from NC Association of Black High School Alumni

The North Carolina Association of Black High School Alumni has provided a gift to Nash Community College to assist students with General Educational Development (GED) testing fees. Established in 2008 in order to maintain the history of former African-American high schools in North Carolina, the Association’s mission is to make a difference among area youth by continuing the legacy of […]

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NCC Employee Giving Recognized by United Way

Nash Community College was recognized at a recent United Way luncheon for having the largest employee participation increase. In 2012, Nash Community College faculty and staff contributed over $18,000, a 99 percent increase in faculty and staff pledges from 2011. Total faculty and staff participation increased 24 percent. Throughout the campaign, employees gave through payroll deduction and other fundraising activities. Gifts […]

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Davenport Autopark Establishes NCC Scholarship

Nash Community College is pleased to announce the Davenport Autopark Automotive Systems Technology Scholarship recently established by Davenport Autopark. The scholarship will provide $1,500 annually to assist a deserving Automotive Systems Technology student training for a career to meet the needs of the local community. The scholarship will be awarded to students enrolled full-time in the program who maintain at […]

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Putting Knowledge to Work

Nash Community College Transfer student Melissa Herbert put her knowledge to work by applying lessons learned in the Architectural Technology classroom in the field. Herbert is the designer of the College’s new, on-campus nine-hole disc golf course. Under the direction of Instructor Doug Broad, Herbert created a course that is used by students in PED219 Disc Golf class where they learn basic techniques […]

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NCC Announces Nurse Aide I and II Graduates

Nash Community College is pleased to announce its recent Nurse Aide I (NAI) and Nurse Aide II (NAII) graduates.   The Nurse Aide I course introduces basic nursing skills required to provide personal care for patients in a health care setting. “NAI students are often surprised at the range of topics the NAI course covers – everything from the legalities […]

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NCC Child Development Center Announces Pre-K Graduates

Eight students graduated from Nash Community College’s Betsy B. Currin Child Development Center pre-Kindergarten class last week. Pictured on the front row, from left: marshal Ayaan Lynch and graduates William Sidney Doll, Alexis Mikayla Phillips, Louis Anthony Rawls, Jr., Abigail Lorraine Vann, Kaydin Renee Shook, Abigail Grace Whistler, Ayden Scott Whitehurst and Carson Pate Williams. Back row, from left: Center […]

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NCC Appoints Wiggins as Police Officer

Officer Sarah Wiggins was recently appointed as a part-time officer with Nash Community College’s Police Department. Wiggins is employed as Company Police Administrator for the North Carolina Department of Justice Criminal Justice Standards Division. The NCC Police Department employs a chief, three full-time officers who also serve as instructors, and one part-time officer. Each officer is sworn by the North […]

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Nash Community College Future Business Leaders Win State Awards

Nash Community College’s Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) business organization received chapter and individual honors at the 59th Annual North Carolina Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference held recently in Charlotte. Computer Information Technologies students Andrea Hill, Ruby Leak and Travis Smith, Accounting student James Ford, Advertising and Graphic Design student David Watts and co-advisors Chris Morgan, Computer Information Technologies Department, and […]

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Upcoming FREE Seminars

Area businesses can benefit from continuing education and training opportunities offered this summer by Nash Community College. The Nash Community College Small Business Center brings instructors and professionals together during workshops and courses to help local businesses find success. Focusing on efficiency, business development and growth, the following NCC Small Business Center courses are free and open to the public. […]

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