Archive for March 9th, 2020

  • Former CWEP Volunteers Are Now NCC Employees

    New Community provides volunteer opportunities for individuals in the Community Work Experience Program (CWEP), which is a core work requirement for public assistance in the state of New Jersey. Two CWEP workers recently ...

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  • NCCTI Graduate Now NCC Employee and Celebrity’s Personal Chef

    Paula Moore is well on her way to a successful career in the culinary industry. She graduated from the Culinary Arts Specialist program at New Community Career & Technical Institute ...

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  • Annual NCC Golf Event Scheduled for July 27

    New Community's annual golf event will take place Monday, July 27 at Hackensack Golf Club in Oradell. The event, in its 24th year, will honor late NCC Founder Monsignor William J. Linder. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Monsignor William J. Linder Scholarship Fund and NCC's Youth and Education programs. For sponsorship opportunities and additional information, please contact DLJ Communications Group at 973-339-7794. We hope ...

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  • Promoting Heart Health with Wear Red Event

    New Community’s Resident Services Department hosted its annual Wear Red Event Feb. 21 at Douglas Homes, 15 Hill St., Newark, for the men and women of NCC. February is American Heart Month and the event highlighted cardiovascular disease and ways to reduce the risk. Attendees enjoyed a heart-healthy meal prepared by Culinary Arts Specialist students at New Community Career & Technical Institute and health screenings. They also wrote down ...

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  • Celebrating Diverse Cultures at HHELC

    Families were invited to participate in Cultural Diversity Day at Harmony House Early Learning Center (HHELC) Feb. 28. Children and their relatives dressed in traditional attire and shared information about their country of origin. Families also prepared food that represented their culture to share. Parents were also able to share information about their jobs in HHELC classrooms related to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) that day.

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