The NCC Plaza Art Gallery hosted a workshop last week on Cyanotype, a 19th Cent. photographic process. Participants enjoyed learning the process and creating their own prints, which can be viewed at the gallery this summer on Tuesdays between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM. Another workshop is planned for Summer Session II. Info. 516.572.9699. #nassaucommunitycollege #ncc #plazaartgallery #cyanotype #artworkshop #sunprintworkshop ... See moreSee less
New Student Orientation begins soon. To sign up for an Orientation session visit NCC.edu. MyNCC (launchpad). First session July 9, 2019. 9:30am or 1:30pm. For more info: NCC.edu or 516-572-7148. •••••••••••• #NCC #nassaucommunitycollege #newstudent #welcomeclassof2021 ... See moreSee less
Let’s Summer. Earn 3️⃣ credits in 4️⃣weeks. Summer Session ll July 1 - August 1. Taking one or two summer classes, every year may allow you to graduate early. To register for summer classes visit NCC.edu. #NCC #nassaucommunitycollege #nccalumniassociation PC: @andy.m66 ... See moreSee less
The summer graduation application deadline is Monday, June 24, 2019. Info 516.572.7355.
Remember, students can graduate from NCC in May, August or December. The college has one graduation ceremony, held each May. Those graduating in August or December are invited to walk in the following May's commencement.
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There is still time to register for summer courses. Summer Session II July 1 - August 1, 2019. Classes available in Accounting, Psychology, Sociology, Art, Philosophy, Biology, Sign Language, Spanish and more. Visit NCC.edu for a full list of available courses. ••••••••• #NCC #nassaucommunitycollege #summerclasses #earn3creditsin4weeks #preparenow ... See moreSee less
@NCC's Center for Workforce Development was at the Elmont American Legion's Career Opportunities and Job Training Forum showcasing its programs, including two upcoming free training programs: URGENT: Youth Utility Training; and Community Health Worker. Info 516.572.7487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I interned with the Nassau County Probation Office through NCC’s Criminal Justice internship class. During the internship I conducted interviews with sex offenders, went to court dates, and searched cars for drugs. I loved it and I want to become a Probation Officer in the Sex Offender Unit. Three words that describe me? Outspoken, helpful, compassionate and fun. I actually need four words to describe myself... just saying. Something interesting about myself? I’m fluent in American Sign Language. I took it during high school and college because my best friend and her sister are deaf. I don’t think I have a funny story. I’m just a light hearted person. I work at the Long Island Children’s Museum. There, I’m an educator. I also do tours of the museum and watch the kids in selective galleries. I listen to all kinds of music. I’m an old head. I like 60’s and 70’s blues music, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, and Billy Paul, those are my favorites. I have an older sister and two younger sisters. I like to shop, go to museums and travel. I have been to Italy, France, Switzerland, Prague, Budapest Hungary, and England. I am part Chinese, Indian, and Black. What do I like about NCC? I can join many clubs and make friends easily with everyone. I don’t like talking to people but the people at NCC are warmer and I can connect with them.” Myia Tomwing, ‘19, Criminal Justice Myia is the Treasurer of Haraya❤️🖤💚 . . 📸: @ncsharpxphotos @malkia.mvua #NCC #nassaucommunitycollege @harayancc #nccalumniassociation #humansofnassaucc ... See moreSee less