We want to share the spirit of NCC’s 2021 commencement with you! Please watch the video below to see the pride on our students’ faces, hear their thoughts and feel the energy and excitement of the day from graduating Foundation scholars. Thank you to all of you who support the NCC Foundation – you share a piece of the success of the day and we are grateful that you have given the gift of education to our students. (more…)
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This week the Foundation and Foundation Supporter Richard Koch sponsored an ice cream truck to stop by NCC’s campus to thank our nursing students for all their community service during COVID and dedication to the nursing profession. The event coincided with National Nurses Week, which recognizes nurses nationwide. Watch the video to share in the celebration and get to know our amazing nursing students. (more…)
The Norwalk Community College Foundation is pleased to welcome to its Board of Directors Kenneth Bernheim of Wilton, a Senior Vice President and Enterprise Relationship Specialist at Bank of America.
Above from left, George Reilly, President, Norwalk Community College Foundation,Tara Arnold, Board Director and Laura Sterner, Board Director
The Norwalk Community College Foundation is pleased to announce the election of George A. Reilly of Darien, an attorney with the Rucci Law Group, as president, as well as two new directors, Tara Arnold of Fairfield, Head of Community Relations at Bridgewater Associates, and Laura Sterner of New Canaan, Head of Capital Development and Investor Relations at Point72.
Above, Respiratory Care students with the Foundation provided remote learning skills kit they each received, which they can use to follow online instruction this year.
This semester at NCC, future nurses and respiratory care technicians are studying so they can enter the workforce and put their skills to use taking care of patients. There is unprecedented demand for nurses and healthcare professionals in Fairfield County. However, because of the dual challenges of remote learning and economic instability for students, attaining those skills in order to graduate and enter the workforce is more daunting than ever.