Monthly Archives: September 2013

NCC Names Pride Award Recipient

Nash Community College President Bill Carver, during a recent ceremony, awarded Darlene Silver of Hollister the 2013 NCC Pride Award. Each year, the Pride Award honors a full-time employee or group of employees who approach their role with pride. Silver was selected as the recipient for the Pride Award for demonstrating a high level of service and commitment in her […]

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NCC Announces 2013 Ambassador Award Recipient

Nash Community College has awarded the 2013 Ambassador Award to Kelley Deal of Rocky Mount, Senior Director of Marketing and Communication. Each year, the award is given to a full-time employee or group of employees who provide outstanding representation of the College in the community. Since joining the staff in 2006, Kelley Deal has advanced the College’s marketing efforts with the […]

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NCC Receives $2.5 Million Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor

Nash Community College, as a member of the Mission Critical Operations consortium led by Cleveland Community College, is the recipient of a $2,548,106 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor Employment Training Administration. Over $23 million was awarded this week to the consortium of college and university partners for the development of a Mission Critical Operations program. “Through the grant, […]

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Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Presents Gift to NCC Foundation

Bailey’s Fine Jewelry recently presented a check to the Nash Community College Foundation for $1,222 in support of student scholarships. The gift, from watch battery donations received in August, will help deserving students in pursuing their educational goals. Since 1983, gifts to the Nash Community College Foundation have provided educational opportunities for the citizens of the local community. Pictured from […]

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NCC Remembers 9/11/01

Nash Community College faculty, staff and students gathered on Wednesday to remember the events of September 11, 2001. Northern Nash High School’s ROTC presented the colors and NCC Direct Loan Officer Heather Perry sang the National Anthem. Nash County Emergency Services Assistant Director and Risk Manager Scott Rogers shared remarks during the ceremony held by the Business and Industry Center […]

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Alumni Association Spotlight: Brian Sykes

Did you know approximately 90 percent of Nash Community College alumni live and work in the local community? Thousands have attended the College since its establishment in 1967 and have fulfilling lives and are a vital part of our trained workforce because of their experience at Nash Community College. Brian Sykes of Nash County Emergency Management Services is glad he […]

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