11/06/2020 | AuthorNCC
I'm an Associate Professor in the Nursing Department. I have taught at Nassau Community
College for 13 years. However, I have been a member of the NCC community since 1975.
I moved from Chicago to Long Island in 1973 and applied to the NCC Nursing Program
in 1974. To my surprise, I was accepted for the Fall 1975 class. Like our nursing
students today, I was married with a two-year-old child and wondered, “How could I
possibly manage this?” With the support of my family and the NCC faculty, I graduated
in 1977. I started working as a RN at a local hospital in the Intensive Care Unit.
I went back to school after having two more children, earned a bachelor’s degree in
1994, a master’s degree in Science in 1999 and became an Adult Nurse Practitioner.
My fondest memory at NCC was working with our Chair Dr. Joan Buckley. We taught together for several years and she involved me in the first Nursing COIL project Fall 2015. This collaboration was with the nursing school of Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland. So, in January 2016, eight GCU nursing students came to NY to visit NCC during the winter intercession. We borrowed one of the NCC physical education vans to drive the students to the different events. Imagine two nursing professors driving this van! Thanks to everyone in the NCC community, NCC Nursing was able to make sure that these wonderful students had a visit to remember.
I have so much gratitude for the education I received at NCC and the opportunity to share what I have learned over the years with my students. I started my nursing journey at NCC in 1975 and I am still here. I have never regretted my choice of profession or the school where it began.
Anabella Segura Rivero was awarded the SUNY Empire Diversity Honors Scholarship "I finished high school in Peru in 2004, graduated from a technical school in 2006, and at age 17 immediately got a job at a law firm in my hometown.
Jan 31, 2023 | NCC
Going back to school was honestly the best choice for me. As an adult student, I felt focused and goal driven because I knew the expectations of the real world. The NCC - SUNY Empire State College Multi-Award Nursing Program prepared me for my future in so many ways.
Jan 12, 2023 | NCC
NCC was a smart choice for me because I wasn't really sure what my passion was. Nassau gave me a chance to figure it out while not having to carry the financial burden of switching my major should I want to make a change.
Dec 2, 2022 | NCC
Longtime metro-area radio personality Donna Donna says that WHPC made her dreams come true! "When I graduated high school in the 70s, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life, so I hit the road looking for inspiration.
Oct 26, 2022 | NCC
Following my high school graduation, I was kind of at a crossroads. I had decent grades, I'd been accepted to a few schools, but I honestly lacked direction. I enrolled at NCC to begin my college education and "figure it all out."
Oct 26, 2022 | NCC
NCC is special to me because of the dedicated faculty we have and the student support we offer.
Oct 11, 2022 | NCC
My year here at SUNY Nassau has been nothing less than a great learning experience. SUNY community colleges have been the backbone for hundreds of thousands of students to afford higher education without mounting debt over their heads.
Jul 18, 2022 | NCC
When I initially arrived at SUNY Nassau, I felt overwhelmed and was confused about who I wanted to be. I'm so grateful I received guidance from Dr. Hynes when I enrolled in the Honors Program. As a result,
Jun 30, 2022 | NCC
Hello! I am Gabriel Bauer and I am very excited to take on my role as Academic Senate Chair. I am a second-year student currently majoring in Liberal Arts. SUNY Nassau is a College that I am proud to be a part of.
Jun 22, 2022 | NCC
Coming out of high school I was told by many of my teachers that SUNY Nassau was a smart financial decision. The education is amazing and the campus is beautiful, but what locked it in for me was that my mother went to SUNY Nassau.
Jun 2, 2022 | NCC
I came to SUNY Nassau Community College because I was unsure of where I was going in life. I knew SUNY Nassau could give me a taste of a wide variety of disciplines in a small, person-centered setting. I must say I had the best experience at the College.
May 25, 2022 | NCC
I was attracted to SUNY Nassau because it was close to my home and it provided me with a great way to get my education started again after years of being out of school.
May 19, 2022 | NCC
I first came to SUNY Nassau Community College in the mid 1960s, just after I graduated from high school. I have to admit that back then I wasn't ready for college and wasn't the best student.
May 18, 2022 | NCC
I wanted to complete my general studies and get an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts so I decided to attend SUNY Nassau. It was also the peak of the pandemic when I graduated from high school so I wanted to stay home close to my family.
May 17, 2022 | NCC
When I think back about what drew me to SUNY Nassau, I think about how I was a new mom who wanted more for myself and my daughter. The affordability of the College, the easy commute and the quality education all met the standards I was looking for.
May 17, 2022 | NCC
Congratulations to Olivia Biggs, another of the five Nassau Community College students who received a SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence this year. We are profiling each of our student winners to highlight their prestigious honor.
May 4, 2022 | NCC
In 2001, as a young adult with no college fund I started attending SUNY Nassau because it was local, and rated best in the nation. I was completing courses without much of a plan, only knowing I had a passion for the arts and technology
Apr 29, 2022 | NCC
Congratulations to Carl Henry Denaud, another of the five Nassau Community College students who received a SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence this year. We are profiling each of our student winners to highlight their prestigious honor.
Apr 26, 2022 | NCC
Naheed Khan is the Grant Director of the Community Health Worker Program in the Workforce Development Department at SUNY Nassau Community College.
Apr 22, 2022 | NCC
I am indeed honored to receive the prestigious SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. I want to first thank God for this opportunity and then thank the dedicated, knowledgeable and hardworking professors at SUNY Nassau Community College.
Apr 20, 2022 | NCC
I feel humbly honored by receiving the student Chancellor’s Award. I would like to thank my wonderful parents and my amazing professors for believing in me and encouraging me to excel.
Apr 20, 2022 | NCC
As a returning student, I came to SUNY Nassau because it was an affordable option to return to college. I am thankful to have met some amazing professors who are more than willing to go above and beyond to help students succeed in their studies.
Apr 6, 2022 | NCC
I always knew I wanted to return to college to finish my degree, but figuring out how was always intimidating, especially while working. SUNY Nassau Community College offered me the flexibility to reenter college while being able to work and without having to rely on taking out large student loans.
Apr 4, 2022 | NCC
Sue Ellyn Cortez and her four-year old daughter were both headed to the classroom last fall. For Cortez, who graduated from high school in 2012, the time was finally right to go to college.
Mar 31, 2022 | NCC
Coming from Honduras, I was lucky enough to have family on Long Island and an excellent and affordable college in the area, so my decision to attend SUNY Nassau Community College was an easy one.
Mar 16, 2022 | NCC
My decision to go to SUNY Nassau was not an easy one to make. I originally put down a deposit for another university. That university was going to cost my family a tremendous amount of money.
Mar 16, 2022 | NCC
I originally decided to attend SUNY Nassau because it was the most affordable college near me. Little did I know how great my decision would turn out to be!
Mar 14, 2022 | NCC
I decided to go back to school after a long absence and SUNY Nassau seemed like the perfect place. The location was convenient, it was priced fairly, and I knew it was a great place from the recommendations I received from the community.
Mar 9, 2022 | NCC
I enrolled at SUNY Nassau because of the affordable classes and easy commute. When I got here, I was really impressed by the various support services offered and always knew there was someone to go to on campus if I needed guidance.
Feb 23, 2022 | NCC
I have been a professor at NCC for the past five years. Having started my academic career at SCCC, I enjoyed the feel of a SUNY community college and was happy to return as a professor in the Criminal Justice Department.
Jan 27, 2022 | NCC
When I think back on the most revolutionary experiences of my life, my final semester at NCC always sticks out as one of the most profound. For some reason, I was enrolled in four honors courses at once, and miraculously (and unexpectedly) they all fit together.
Jan 27, 2022 | NCC
I graduated from high school without choosing a career path. I knew that coming to SUNY Nassau would allow me to explore my options while getting to know myself and my interests more.
Jan 5, 2022 | NCC
I enrolled at SUNY Nassau because I knew I wanted to major in life sciences and I wanted to work on some foundational skills while taking advantage of the College's affordable tuition and proximity to my home. I was also given the opportunity to enroll in the honors program, which allowed me to challenge myself even further. I loved Chemistry in high school and after taking chemistry classes at SUNY Nassau learned more about the opportunities available for a chemist.
Jan 5, 2022 | NCC
After having my daughter, I knew that I would no longer be able to attend school full-time or continue at the university at which I was previously enrolled. I also knew that I still wanted to continue my education.
Dec 2, 2021 | NCC
When I began nursing, I worked during the day and attended night classes. Studying was extremely hard for me as I only had the weekends. I met with a daycare close to me, and for only two full days, it would have cost me $986 a month.
Nov 23, 2021 | NCC
I started my journey at SUNY Nassau in 2001 as a student myself. In fact, I have now taught in some of the same classrooms I was once a student in! I teach Introduction to Physical Geology, Historical Geology, Field Lab Geology, and Beaches and Coasts.
Nov 19, 2021 | NCC
Markenson Louis was recently chosen as SUNY Nassau's first EOP (Educational Opportunity Program) ambassador, a program begun by SUNY that will mentor other students, create a student support network of EOP students across the SUNY system, advise the Chancellor on strengthening the program, and help inspire more students to seek opportunities through EOP.
Nov 10, 2021 | NCC
Patrick Gallagher (Man #3) is a student currently enrolled in his third semester at Nassau Community College. He is incredibly excited to perform as the Therapist, Casey’s Christian father and the rest of whom Man #3 will entail.
Nov 5, 2021 | NCC
Calvin Zanetti plays Aaron in SUNY Nassau's production of First Date. He is a graduate of Boca Raton High School. Among the other roles Calvin has played are Buddy Layman (The Diviners), Buddy the Elf (Elf The Musical), Aaron Shultz (Legally Blonde), and Chip Tolentino (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee).
Oct 29, 2021 | NCC
Allison Braverman (Casey) is so excited to be in her first show at SUNY Nassau Community College. Allison has been a part of 34 shows all over Long Island. You may have seen her as Heather Duke (Heathers), Mayzie (Suessical), Quatro (We Will Rock You), and many more.
Oct 26, 2021 | NCC
I was hired in the Fall of 2019 to teach history and to help strengthen Latin American Studies at Nassau Community College. Among the courses I teach are Colonial Latin American History, History of Mexico and Central America, and Western Civilization.
Oct 8, 2021 | NCC
I've been teaching at Nassau Community College since 2011. In 2013 I became a full-time faculty member. I teach drawing, painting and 2D design. I'm working with the department to add a future course in animation.
Oct 1, 2021 | NCC
I started at NCC as a student in 1987 and loved it from day one! I could not wait to come back, and I got my lucky break in 1998 when I was hired as an adjunct faculty member teaching ASL (American Sign Language) classes in the evening. Our ASL program became so popular and in 2000 I was hired full time.
Aug 27, 2021 | NCC
I've been at NCC for close to fifty years, first as a student, then as a coach and professor. Currently, I teach in the Criminal Justice Department, where I'm the Coordinator of the Fire Science and Emergency Management Program.
Aug 20, 2021 | NCC
I’m reluctant to share how long I’ve been a part of the NCC community because I started at the school as a student! I became a full-time faculty member in 2009 and teach reading and writing. In 2015, I became one of the Coordinators of the Honors Program.
Aug 6, 2021 | NCC
Meet Carl Henry Denaud: Nassau Community College Honors Student
Aug 6, 2021 | NCC
Muhammad Abdullah Atif will be starting his first semester at Nassau Community College this Fall and plans to major in Liberal Arts.
Aug 5, 2021 | NCC
As a debater, I've gained a deep understanding of arguments and how to analyze them in all aspects of life, academic, domestic, or otherwise. There's nothing like the nights after a day of competition, where, after dinner, we get together to review our ballots (judges' reviews of our performances that day), discuss them, and practice our events in front of each other.
Jul 27, 2021 | NCC
My favorite part of the Speech and Debate Team is the friendships I have made and the ability to make a difference by learning how to advocate for change through public speaking. I have gained so much throughout my experience in the team.
Jul 20, 2021 | NCC
Today, read about how NCC transfer and current John Jay College of Criminal Justice student Lex Wasniewski is excited about Pride Month:
Jun 15, 2021 | NCC
Congratulations to Joyce Smith, Nassau Community College Adjunct Professor, for being sworn in as Acting Nassau DA! What an accomplishment! #NassauStrong
Jun 11, 2021 | NCC
Nobody can tell you what success looks like for you. But SUNY Community Colleges can help you achieve it just like Jake!
Jun 4, 2021 | NCC
I served in the United States Army for four years. I wanted to expand my knowledge and felt that college was the right path to choose. I chose NCC because of its diverse educational offerings.
May 20, 2021 | NCC
I have been teaching at NCC since 2002. My areas of expertise include Illustration, Graphic Design, Computer Graphics, Drawing, and 2D Design. I was inspired to share my knowledge with the students at NCC from my experience learning from my graduate school instructor at Syracuse University, the Late Great Prof. Murray Tinkelman.
May 7, 2021 | NCC
Hello all. My name is Ludovica Sophia Costanzo, and I am the Student Trustee of the Student Government Association at Nassau Community College. I decided to go to the College because it offers an amazing student program in which English is the second language, and in the meantime I'm able to get my Associate’s degree.
Apr 30, 2021 | NCC
I'm in my final year at NCC, majoring in Business Administration. Nassau Community College appealed to me because of its affordability. My two siblings are also college students, and it is difficult for my family to help pay for their tuition each year.
Apr 29, 2021 | NCC
Hi! My name is Hadassah Rudder and I am the Secretary of NCC’s Student Government Association (SGA). When I moved to New York in December 2019 my father decided that Nassau Community College would be an excellent school for me attend.
Apr 28, 2021 | NCC
I chose to go to college at Nassau Community College because I wanted to go to a college that was close to home and Nassau was an affordable option for me. Despite being online, I have still been able to stay active on campus and connect with people virtually, which has made my experience so enjoyable thus far.
Apr 27, 2021 | NCC
I am a sophomore at Nassau Community College majoring in Liberal Arts. I also serve as the President of Nassau’s Student Government Association. Like so many college students, student debt has played a significant role in my higher education experience.
Apr 22, 2021 | NCC
Ceaser Alva is an Acting Major at Nassau Community College. In his free time, he enjoys writing and filming.
Apr 21, 2021 | NCC
Raven Blaze is very excited to play Nya in the play "Pipeline," streaming April 21-25. An Honors student, she's pursuing a degree in Acting.
Apr 17, 2021 | NCC
I've been teaching full-time in the Communications Department since 2004. One of my fondest memories was when one of my production students came back years later for our departmental career day and spoke to current students about her TV production career -- and thanked me for my influence and guidance.
Apr 16, 2021 | NCC
This is my 4th and final semester at Nassau Community College. I major in communications and NCC has given me the opportunity to form amazing connections and obtain professional internships. Being in the field of Marketing or Business is something that drives me, and led me to pursue my Associate's Degree at Nassau.
Apr 8, 2021 | NCC
Renee Wilson is elated to be a part of the "Pipeline" (streaming April 21-25) cast! She is currently in her second semester at Nassau Community College. In her spare time, Renee can be found drawing, reading, or helping others in projects and in their personal lives.
Apr 6, 2021 | NCC
Christina is delighted to be stage managing and voicing the PA for this production of "Pipeline," April 21-25. She currently attends NCC for her Acting degree and holds a 4.0 GPA. Some of her favorite roles include Ilse ("Spring Awakening"), Madame Thenardier ("Les Miserables"), and Emily ("Freckleface Strawberry").
Apr 1, 2021 | NCC
John Cilio is an aspiring actor and musician making his theater debut in "Pipeline” with NCC April 21-25. While John has a lot of experience performing onstage as a musician, he is excited to translate those skills and display others in a theatrical setting.
Mar 31, 2021 | NCC
This is my second year at NCC (4th semester) and I’m a Dance major. My goals are to perform and choreograph professionally. I’d like to eventually have my own dance studio or company. NCC is an affordable option for someone seeking a higher education and seemed like the best option for me, especially since I wasn’t sure of what to major in at first
Mar 25, 2021 | NCC
I began working for the Theatre and Dance Department as a part-time Technical Assistant in the summer of 1988. I became a full-time faculty member January of 1989.
Mar 19, 2021 | NCC
I attended Nassau Community College from Fall 2017 to Fall 2019. I graduated from NCC with my Associate in Liberal Arts degree and then transferred to SUNY New Paltz to major in Political Science.
Mar 18, 2021 | NCC
I have been teaching at Nassau since 1998 (as an adjunct) and full-time since 2008. My areas of expertise/courses taught include Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communications, Persuasive Speaking, Nonverbal Communication and Effective Listening.
Mar 5, 2021 | NCC
I joined NCC in 2006. I instantly felt like I was coming home to a big family, and have genuinely loved my time here ever since. My journey in psychology has taken some twists and turns. From my days at Stony Brook, I pursued a double major in psychology and women’s studies – and continued that path through my PhD at the University of Connecticut.
Feb 26, 2021 | NCC
I’m a poet, so anything with words is my specialty. I teach a Creative Writing and Poetry workshop, where we basically play games all semester (it’s work, though — fun and challenging all at once).
Feb 19, 2021 | NCC
I have been a faculty member in the English Department of NCC for 18 years this fall. My areas of expertise are 20th-century multicultural American literature, British Romantic literature, Women's Studies and Peace Studies.
Feb 5, 2021 | NCC
I have been a professor in the Nassau Community College Art Department for 17 years, teaching graphic design. I consider myself to be a graphic designer and an "artivist," someone who combines art and activism.
Jan 15, 2021 | NCC
I have been a full-time faculty member at Nassau Community College since 2005. My training is in violin performance and orchestral conducting. I conducted the NCC Orchestra for 13 years, and now that I'm chair of the Music Department, I mostly teach music theory to our first-year students in the AAS program.
Dec 18, 2020 | NCC
I have been teaching at Nassau since 1995. I started out as an instructor in the English Department. I am now an Associate Professor of English. I teach a variety of subjects, but closest to my heart are my Journalism, African American Literature and Women's Studies courses.
Dec 18, 2020 | NCC
Jacqueline knew she wanted to be a teacher from a young age but didn’t know where to go after high school. She decided on NCC for its affordable price and its education.
Dec 15, 2020 | NCC
Fall 2020 begins my 31st year as a full-time member of the English Department here at Nassau Community College. It's hard for me to imagine that I was only 27-years old when I started, but it's true.
Dec 4, 2020 | NCC
Quincy attended NCC after High School. He gravitated towards the communications department because of how interactive, helpful, and generous they were.
Dec 1, 2020 | NCC
I have taught at Nassau since 1996. I teach various courses including Science Fiction, Women's and Gender Studies and Multi-Disciplinary courses. I also am a scholar of the world's religions.
Nov 20, 2020 | NCC
This is Abigail! Abigail graduated from NCC with an Associate’s degree in American Sign Language. She was attracted to NCC because it is one of a few schools to offer an American Sign Language major and at an affordable tuition. Abigail is planning on furthering her education at Bloomsburg University in hopes of becoming a Speech Language Pathologist.
Nov 17, 2020 | NCC
I came to NCC as a student in the fall of 1990. In November, I had to interrupt my studies because my army unit (766 Belmore Co) became the first Long Island unit to be activated to go to the Gulf War. After graduating, I went to SUNY Binghamton, where I finished a BA in English and Literature; an M.A.T. (Master of Arts in Teaching) in English Education and a Ph.D. in in Comparative Literature.
Nov 13, 2020 | NCC
I was a Forward Observer in the US Army, and served at Fort Stewart, Georgia, with a deployment to Iraq from January to December 2005.
Nov 13, 2020 | NCC
I served in the Navy as an engine mechanic for jets. I was stationed in Whidbey Island, Washington State. After doing my research, Nassau Community College seemed the most welcoming and suitable college for me.
Nov 12, 2020 | NCC
I serve in the United States Air Force working on helicopters. In the photo I was part of the Air Force Reserves. I chose Nassau Community College because I heard good things about the education I would get here and because it’s located in my community.
Nov 12, 2020 | NCC
In 2009, I decided to join the U.S. Navy. I wanted to take the opportunity to serve my country, travel the world and one day utilize the benefits that were offered after I completed my enlistment. My duty station was onboard the USS John C.
Nov 11, 2020 | NCC
I enlisted for active duty service for the Army. I chose NCC for my education because it was affordable and close to home.
Nov 11, 2020 | NCC
I was in the United States Marine Corps and I was stationed at Twentynine Palms, California. I decided to join NCC because I've heard many good things about the school and since I haven't been in school for more than four years, I didn't want to rush into going to a university.
Nov 11, 2020 | NCC
I served in the United States Marine Corps, stationed at Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. I spent over a year collectively at both Camp Hansen and Camp Fuji, both in Japan. I chose NCC for my education because I heard it had an amazing Fire Science program.
Nov 10, 2020 | NCC
I was a captain in the US Army. I served all over as I was a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne, deployed with 1st ID (Infantry Division) to Afghanistan, then deployed again to Afghanistan with the 10th Mountain Division
Nov 10, 2020 | NCC
Do you have a profession in mind but don’t know where to start? This is Stephen and he had that same exact question when he graduated high school. Stephen entered NCC not having any career path but through the help of the professors at NCC Stephen decided he wanted to become a teacher.
Nov 10, 2020 | NCC
I was an 18-year old kid who had just graduated high school when I joined the U.S. Navy in 2001. The actual date of my bootcamp check was September 11, 2001. I was stationed on several naval vessels at Norfolk, Virginia.
Nov 9, 2020 | NCC
I was in the U.S. Army from 2016 to 2019. It was hands down the best decision of my life. I was able to travel the world, going to Italy, France, Germany, Amsterdam, the United Kingdom and more.
Nov 9, 2020 | NCC
I'm an Associate Professor in the Nursing Department. I have taught at Nassau Community College for 13 years. However, I have been a member of the NCC community since 1975. I moved from Chicago to Long Island in 1973 and applied to the NCC Nursing Program in 1974.
Nov 6, 2020 | NCC
I've been teaching at NCC for almost 15 years. I teach English and Women and Gender Studies. My Ph.D. is in American Literature. I had two books come out recently. One is an academic book called "Home is Where the Hurt is: Media Depictions of Wives and Mothers" and the other is a young adult novel entitled "Iphigenia Murphy."
Oct 30, 2020 | NCC
I have been a member of the NCC community since I was an incoming freshman 25 years ago and have been immersed in the campus in some capacity ever since. In 2005, I began teaching both freshmen seminar courses and in my area of expertise - Communication Studies.
Oct 23, 2020 | NCC
Juliette originally chose to pursue her education at a school away from home. She later decided that school was not right for her and continued her studies at Nassau Community college
Oct 20, 2020 | NCC
I have been a faculty member at NCC for the past 27 years, teaching Fundamentals of Nursing, and am a proud graduate of the NCC nursing program myself. I'm also a geriatric nurse practitioner and have made presentations on advance directives, aging and social change and conflict resolution, among others.
Oct 16, 2020 | NCC
I have been an instructor at Nassau Community College since 2015, beginning as an adjunct instructor and currently as a full-time faculty member in the Criminal Justice Department.
Oct 16, 2020 | NCC
I was hired as an adjunct professor at NCC in 2000, at the age of 25. I've taught Environmental Science, Physical Science, Geology and Astronomy
Oct 2, 2020 | NCC
I currently teach within the Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Departments. I am also the Coordinator for the Human Services program (HMS) here at NCC.
Sep 25, 2020 | NCC
My journey at NCC began as a student in 2003 in the Marketing program. In 2011, I became an Adjunct in the Marketing department and in 2017 I was hired as a full time Instructor.
Sep 4, 2020 | NCC
NCC was the best choice for me when I began my higher-ed journey. When I stepped onto the campus I had some preconceived notions of what to expect. Growing up on LI everyone is familiar with NCC but I can honestly say I was very surprised by my experience.
Sep 1, 2020 | NCC
My experience at NCC is one I wouldn’t change. I’m proud to have gone to Nassau. I always wanted to be on the radio. So, I ended up majoring in Media Communications. NCC gave me the opportunity to grow my interpersonal, public speaking and general communication skills.
Aug 11, 2020 | NCC
My freshman year at Nassau was nothing but special. Not only my teammates, but my coaches are great as well. I felt blessed to be surrounded by such great guys who have come to be not just teammates, but family.
Aug 4, 2020 | NCC
Being a student athlete at Nassau is a wonderful experience. I remember as a freshman being so scared to go in and play. I don’t think I have ever felt more welcomed to anything in my life.
Jul 28, 2020 | NCC
Going to Nassau put my head back on my shoulders after I transferred home from Marquette, I thought the work load would be light and the classes would be easy but I was mistaken. It is beacuse of the quality education I received at NCC that I am now in the teaching program in Cortland hoping to help the underprivileged youth in the inner cities of New York.
Jul 25, 2020 | NCC
“I went to NCC for a civil engineering degree in 2014. I graduated in 2016 and went on to a 4 year college for construction management. Right now I’m a drafter and planning on taking the Fundamentals of Engineering test soon so I can be certified to intern in the city or Suffolk county
Jul 21, 2020 | NCC
I transferred to Nassau Community College to be able to stay close to home while getting my education. After undergoing a surgical procedure before the semester began, I was able to take online classes from home which helped my recovery process tremendously.
Jul 14, 2020 | NCC
My name is Elyse Zappia and I was the 2014 NCC valedictorian. I also played basketball and ran cross country for the NCC sports teams.
Jul 13, 2020 | NCC
My name is Louie Patrizi, and since 2012 I have been a member of the Garden City Park Fire Department. We respond to 911 calls.
Jul 2, 2020 | NCC
My name is Ryan Weisz and I currently work as an EMT responding to 911 emergency calls for Bayshore Brightwaters Ambulance, Brentwood Legion Ambulance and Medford Ambulance.
Jun 22, 2020 | NCC
I am currently working at New York Presbyterian Queens Emergency Room as an emergency service technician. My job responsibilities include drawing blood, doing EKGs as well as providing bedside care.
Jun 15, 2020 | NCC
I am currently employed as a registrar in the Emergency Room at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, where I obtain patients’ demographic and insurance information. Due to COVID-19 however, my team and I have helped out in other ways, too--from Environmental Services, to Hospitality, and even at times as patient care representatives.
Jun 8, 2020 | NCC
My name is Nick Gambella and I am a 2019 graduate of the Respiratory Therapy Program at NCC. I am currently working at Long Island Jewish and Cohen Children’s Medical Center.
Jun 4, 2020 | NCC
I am currently working in the Town of Hempstead as an EMT and I also am an EMS lieutenant in the Bellmore Fire Department. My current responsibilities are to respond to a variety of emergency calls, including COVID-19 related calls, and to transport patients to the hospital as needed.
Jun 1, 2020 | NCC
I am an adjunct Nursing professor at and alumna of Nassau Community College. In addition, I'm a Clinical Nurse Manager at a State Veterans Home, managing two units that are designated COVID19 units.
May 26, 2020 | NCC
An ordinary day at work for me is spent in different departments of the hospital facility. Transporting patients one day and others I spend responding to emergencies. My education at NCC has helped prepare me to assist in this battle with COVID19 abundantly
May 4, 2020 | NCC
I am truly thankful for the NCC Nursing Program. As a New Grad they told us the first year of nursing would be hard, but nursing in a pandemic is something else. Working in an acute care setting and having an abbreviated orientation to my hospital, unit, and operating system has truly been a completely stressful and difficult situation.
Apr 30, 2020 | NCC
I work at Northwell Health as the Chief Technologist in the Cath Lab at North Shore Manhasset. I'm responsible for the day to day operations and staffing of the technologists in the lab. We have 25 technologists on our team.
Apr 27, 2020 | NCC
I am a registered respiratory therapist at two Long Island Hospitals and both hospitals have seen record numbers of admitted patients with severe respiratory complications in need of advanced therapies and including mechanical ventilation.
Apr 23, 2020 | NCC
I work as a Respiratory Technician in Manhattan. I deliver and set up home respiratory equipment to patients with all types of illnesses all over the Tri-state area. Normally our primary patients are 9/11 first responders but now, of course, I go to a lot more COVID-19 patients who need oxygen or other medical supplies.
Apr 20, 2020 | NCC
Congratulations to Kerri-Ann McTiernan, Director of NCC Athletics, recipient of the Mary Ellen Leicht Service Award! The award is given to those who make significant contributions to two-year college athletics on a national level for an extended period of time.
Apr 1, 2020 | NCC
This site is dedicated to sharing the stories of the NCC Community. Our wonderful faculty, alumni and students are what make Nassau Community College the best investment in your education and your future. The College is truly a community and these are the wonderful individuals that make it so special. Continue to check back as these profiles will be updated on a routine basis.
Jan 1, 2020 | NCC