Monthly Archives: January 2014

NCC Recognizes Academic Excellence Recipient

Jessica Avila of Zebulon is Nash Community College’s 2013-2014 Academic Excellence Award recipient. Each year, the Academic Excellence Award is presented to North Carolina community college students who exhibit outstanding scholastic achievements. The award represents the highest academic honor at Nash Community College. Jessica Avila is an Associate in Science student maintaining a 4.0 overall grade point average. She plans […]

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Text Alert System for Emergency & Inclement Weather Messages

Have you subscribed to Nash Community College’s *TEXT ALERT* system for emergency and inclement weather messages? To opt-in to receive critical messages from Nash Community College via text alert, please complete the following steps: Go to www.nashcc.edu/news and click on the SMS icon. Next, enter your 10-digit cell phone number without hyphens or spaces. Select your cell phone provider. Then […]

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Alumnae Celebrate 100th Commemorative Anniversary of Park View Hospital

This year marks the 100th Commemorative Anniversary of Park View Hospital and the 25th Anniversary of the Park View Nurses’ Alumnae Scholarship Endowment. To celebrate these special milestones, the Nurses’ Alumnae Association will hold a celebration on June 28, 2014 in the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium.       Park View Hospital opened its doors on July 1, 1914 […]

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NCC Announces 38th Law Enforcement Graduating Class

Students from Nash Community College’s Thirty-Eighth Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy graduated on Thursday, January 9th. The program includes physical and classroom state commission mandated topics and methods of instruction. The training covers subjects including criminal, juvenile, civil, traffic, and alcohol beverage laws, investigative, patrol, custody, and court procedures, emergency responses, ethics, community relations and more. To graduate, students were required […]

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Grant Allows NCC to Grow Mission Critical Programs

Nash Community College Associate Vice President for Community and Governmental Affairs Keith Smith recently greeted Dr. Jill Biden during a visit to Cleveland Community College. Nash Community College, as a member of the Mission Critical Operations consortium led by Cleveland Community College, received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor Employment Training Administration. A total of more […]

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NCC Enhances Law Enforcement Presence

Providing a safe learning environment continues to be a top priority at Nash Community College (NCC). In an effort to continue to enhance the college’s police presence, Nathan Mizell, NCC Public and Human Services Department Chair, has been named Captain of Nash Community College’s Police Department.   The college police force employs full-time a chief, a captain, four additional officers […]

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Park View Hospital Nurses’ Alumnae Scholarship Awarded

Nash Community College recently announced Mary Ann Proctor, a Nursing student from Rocky Mount, is the recipient of the Park View Hospital Nurses’ Alumnae Scholarship. The scholarship was established in 1989 by the Park View Hospital Nurses’ Alumnae Association. In the photo, NCC Board Chairman Sam Dickens (right) and NCC Foundation Board President Andy Blanton (left) congratulate Proctor (center). Park […]

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Benvenue Alumni Association Provides NCC Scholarship

The Benvenue Alumni Association Scholarship at Nash Community College, was recently awarded to Jenna Greene of Rocky Mount. Greene is pursuing a degree in the college’s Early Childhood Education program. Pictured from left: NCC Foundation Executive Director Pat Ellis Daniels, Benvenue Alumna Marilyn Boone, Scholarship Recipient Jenna Green and Benvenue Alumnus and NCC Trustee Wayne Outlaw.   Nash Community College […]

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NCC Graduates Nurse Aides

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 of […]

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