BY BENJAMIN MANDILE “Iphigenia Murphy,” a novel set in 1990s Forest Park, is a coming-of-age adventure story is drawn from observations by the author Sara Hosey, who grew up in Queens during the time period. The novel, released by Blackstone Publishing earlier this month, focuses on one girl’s...
Nassau County needs you! A variety of Nassau County civil service employment opportunities are currently available including seasonal positions such as Forensic Pathologist Assistant and Forensic Medical Investigator. Learn more here! Feel free to share with your friends, family & network! ... See moreSee less
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized day on April 2nd every year, encouraging member states of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) including autism and Asperger syndrome. We extend our gratitude to all who empower those with ASD to thrive at home, in the workplace, and in their communities.
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. "Kerri-Ann's dedication to the College, her passion for our student-athletes and her innovative drive make her the perfect honoree for this award," said Dr. Jermaine F. Williams, NCC President. Bravo!
Donate to the Emergency Fund at Nassau Community College!
Our students are facing unanticipated hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, right as they try to maintain academic progress through remote learning. They and their families need your help! Support the Emergency Fund at Nassau Community College by going to ncc1264.thankyou4caring.org/pages/emergency-fund-at-ncc. Any support you can provide will make a difference. With your help we all can be #nassaustrong!
Part-time Job Opportunities for NCC Students We understand the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic has caused unforeseen hardships for some members of our NCC community including the loss of jobs. One of our Board Members has presented an exciting job opportunity for our NCC students. If you apply online at a Stop and Shop or Shop Rite location and note you are an NCC student you will receive a follow-up call within 24 hours. For more information or to apply go to stopandshop.com/our-careers/ and shop.shoprite.com/careers.