Students in NCC’s Veterinary Technology Program visited Fairfield Equine on February 12th as part of their Large Animal Veterinary Technology class. The NCC Foundation is proud to support the growing Vet Tech Program. The May 2017 graduating class was 100% employed before graduation. The May 2018 class continues this success with 100% already employed as […]
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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 […]
Common Read Week at NCC Wednesday, October 26th 10:00 – 11:20 a.m. PepsiCo Theater The author of When the Emperor was Divine will be speaking, holding a Q & A, and signing books. Julie Otsuka is an award-winning Japanese American author known for her historical fiction novels. Come listen to how her own family history […]
On August 5, 2016 NCC and the NCC Foundation hosted a competition among the students of the 2016 Summer Bridge Math Program. The program, funded entirely through donations made to the NCC Foundation by local corporations, foundations and individuals, provides a free, four-week math intensive for incoming freshman who have registered at NCC and received […]
Shown from left to right are students Carolyn Armas, Handy Esperance and Saw Yan Naing pitching their Student Stop Mobile App, one of the two top winning “ideas” of the competition. Two NCC student teams shared top honors in a fun and entertaining final round of the Idea Pitch Competition held on April 26 in […]
On October 13, NCC President David L. Levinson, Ph.D. and NCC Connecticut College Access and Success (ConnCAS) Program Coordinator Denise Rawles-Smith received a $28,000 check from First Niagara Foundation, represented by Robert Cerminaro, to fund a part-time mentoring position for the ConnCAS Program. Also in attendance were NCC Foundation Director Ann Rogers, NCC Academic Enrichment […]
Forty-two recent high school graduates participated in NCC’s Start2Finish Summer Bridge Math Intensive Program. Most will be entering NCC as freshmen this fall. The program, funded by the NCC Foundation, was designed to strengthen the students’ math skills before the semester begins. The students completed four days a week of math tutoring and instruction, and […]