Scholarship Established for African-American STEM Students

A new scholarship will be awarded for the first time this spring to 10 African-American male students majoring in STEM-related fields. The scholarships — created by Kenton Clarke, the founder and CEO of OMNIKAL — addresses the lack of opportunities for African-American males to enter fields in technology, according to the NCC Foundation. “There is a […]

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NCCF Receives Grant to Fund Retail Certificate Program

The SoNo Collection, Norwalk Community College (NCC) and the Norwalk Community College Foundation will launch the first certificate program for students this fall in Retail Customer Service and Sales. The program will provide sales and service training to NCC Students for work in the retail industry and other fields that value customer service and sales […]

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Thrive by 25 Career Connections – Now Accepting Applications

In an effort to help address the number of unemployed high school graduates in Fairfield County who are not attending college, Norwalk Community College’s Thrive by 25 Career Connections program is offering full scholarships for a variety of non-credit Allied Health workforce certificate training programs. The NCC program, offered in partnership with Fairfield County’s Community […]

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Want to see the impact of your gift?

Want to see the impact of your gift? Our new video will give you a glimpse into the experience of our diverse student body. You will see first-hand how your investment makes dreams possible. Visit www.NCCProud.org for a unique look at NCC’s rich academic environment and hear our students’ stories.

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Idea Pitch Competition – April 26th, 5 to 7 p.m.

Got Ideas??? Apply by March 31st NCC Foundation is sponsoring the 3rd annual Idea Pitch Competition! Be a part of this amazing learning and fun experience, with more than $2,000 in cash prizes! WHO: Any current student (Credit or Non-Credit including Certificate); If you’re not participating through you Public Speaking class, please contact: NCC Foundation, […]

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Giving Day: March 9, 2017

On Thursday, March 9, the NCC Foundation will participate in the fourth annual Fairfield County’s Giving Day, a 24-hour countywide fundraising event to encourage individuals, families and companies to “give where you live.” Over 400 non-profits will compete to win $100,000 in cash prizes awarded by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation during the day. The NCC […]

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November 10th: Annual Meeting and 50th Anniversary Thank You Celebration

Thursday, November 10, 2016 5-6 p.m. – Annual Meeting 6-7 p.m. – Celebratory Cake and Refreshments Guest Speaker: Rachael Lederman DiPietro, A.S., B.A., M.A. NCC Foundation LEAP Scholarship Recipient Rachael Lederman DiPietro graduated from NCC in May 2012 with an Associate in Science degree and a reputation for being a leader on campus. She received […]

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2016 Fact Card

For a summary of basic facts about Norwalk Community College and the NCC Foundation, Click Here to view our 2016 Fact Card.  

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Radio Host Joe Connolly and NCC Grads Offer Employment Advice

“I love what you do at Norwalk Community College. Norwalk is an institution I really care about.” – Joe Connolly CBS NewsRadio 880 Business Anchor Joe Connolly moderated a panel discussion on Jobs and Hiring on September 22. Open to the public, the free event drew nearly 200 attendees from throughout Connecticut and New York. […]

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April 7th – Fighting Cancer in Connecticut: Genomic Research, Precision Medicine, and What it Could Mean for You

PepsiCo Theatre | Norwalk Community College Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT) Expanding research on fighting cancer and other chronic and developing diseases, along with the demand for biomedical advances from the aging baby-boomer population, have led to increased opportunities in biotech careers. Much of that research is being conducted […]

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