Monthly Archives: April 2014

Campus Awarded for United Way Campaign

Nash Community College is a recipient of the United Way Tar River Region’s Community Cheer Team Award for its 2013 campus campaign. The award recognizes the top workplace campaigns, out of 130 campaigns across Nash & Edgecombe Counties, that have exhibited creativity, spirit and enthusiasm for the United Way campaign. Nash Community College was selected for its strong campaign support, […]

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NCC Students Assist with Financial Literacy Event

Communities in Schools held its annual Financial Literacy Retreat for seventh graders in the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium on Wednesday, April 30th. Area students learned about personal finance and gained skills in basic financial decision making. Nash Community College Student Nursing Association members, Phi Beta Lambda business organization student members and community volunteers assisted the middle school students in […]

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Educational Leaders Discuss Challenges at Legislative Meeting

Nash Community College hosted a legislative breakfast in its Science and Technology Building Wednesday, April 30th. Nash, Edgecombe, Wilson and Halifax Community College Presidents shared updates with members representing the local communities in the North Carolina General Assembly. Community college administrators, trustees and faculty explained particular challenges the respective schools face due to budget cuts and limited resources including funding […]

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NCC Professor Receives Award for Excellence in Clinical Social Work

Nash Community College Humanities and Social Sciences Professor Marbeth Holmes of Franklin County is the recipient of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Mary Jane Burns Book Award for Excellence in Clinical Social Work. Holmes will graduate from the UNC School of Social Work in May with a Masters degree. The Mary Jane Burns Book Award for Excellence […]

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NCC Welders Win in Two Statewide Competitions

Nash Community College hosted the American Welding Society (AWS) Tri-State Welding Competition Friday, April 25th. Ten students competed from Nash Community College, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Randolph Community College, Wake Technical Community College and Central Piedmont Community College. The three judges were Kevin Shaffer from Lincoln Electric, Frank Jablonski from Machine and Welding and Russell Warhman from Wake Technical Community College. […]

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NCC Holds Honor Society Induction Ceremony

Nash Community College students were recently inducted into the Beta Upsilon Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa national honor society which recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate with the exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for […]

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NCC Campus Celebrates Earth Day

To celebrate Earth Day, Nash Community College’s Student Government Association hosted Green Day activities on Tuesday, April 22nd. Students, faculty and staff wore green attire, held a tree planting ceremony and picked up litter along Old Carriage Road. The Nash Community College campus comes together annually to acknowledge Green Day by planting trees and hosting a guest speaker. This year’s […]

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Park View Hospital Nurses Celebrate Commemorative Anniversary

The Park View Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association is celebrating the 100th Commemorative Anniversary of the hospital, and 25 years of the Park View Hospital Nurses Scholarship at Nash Community College. To celebrate both occasions, a luncheon with entertainment will be held June 28, 2014 at the College. After closing its doors in 1971 when Nash General Hospital opened, the nurses’ […]

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NCC to Celebrate Earth Day Tuesday, April 22

Earth Day is just around the corner. Many activities are going on around the world as well as in our community. Please get involved. We need to keep our Earth healthy for all living things. To celebrate Earth Day, Nash Community College students, faculty and staff annually participate in Green Day activities. Wear Green On Tuesday, April 22nd, you are encouraged […]

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NCC Prepares for Spring Commencement Exercises

Nash Community College students, faculty and staff are preparing for graduation on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16, 2014. The College will celebrate a record Curriculum graduation Friday, May 16 with 458 students receiving 626 degrees, diplomas and certificates. Two hundred sixty students will walk across the stage during the forty-sixth graduation ceremony, the largest graduation ceremony in the history […]

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