NCC Virtual Summer Camp 2020

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, NCC’s annual summer camp was moved to a virtual environment. The children enjoyed a variety of activities, including photography; STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics); Zumba; arts and crafts; music appreciation; group discussions; and virtual field trips. The children and staff members share their thoughts about the program. (9/2/2020)

New Community Featured on WMBC TV

New Community Corporation was highlighted for partnering with the Rutgers Community Health Center, which is operating on the third floor of NCC’s health care building. RCHC held a ribbon cutting on the NCC campus. (12/16/19)

New Community Workforce Development Center Director Appears on WZYE FM

New Community Workforce Development Center Director Rodney Brutton was a guest on The Voice of Our Leaders, a radio program on WZYE FM. He discussed what the accredited post-secondary career and technical school has to offer, as well as the scope and services of New Community Corporation as a whole. (9/28/18)

NJTV Long Branch Forum: Gentrification and Quality of Life

New Community Director of Special Projects Richard Cammarieri participated in a panel discussion about the impact of gentrification on New Jersey communities at the Brookdale Community College Higher Education Center in Long Branch, hosted by NJTV. (9/20/18)

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 8

Rodney Brutton, director of New Community Workforce Development Center, interviews several representatives from My Brother’s Keeper Newark about the work that they do: Director of Collaborative Action William Simpson, Mentor and Career Coach Alfred Blake IV, Mentor and Business Coach Chike Uzoka and Social Impact Consultant Nicole Fields. (Premiere date: 5/7/18)

New Community Corporation 50th Anniversary Video

New Community Corporation is celebrating its 50th anniversary of service to the community. Its mission is to help residents of inner cities improve the quality of their lives to reflect individual God-given dignity and personal achievement. This video highlights the work of Founder Monsignor William J. Linder and showcases some of the people who have benefited from New Community’s work and mission.

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 7

Rodney Brutton, director of New Community Workforce Development Center, interviews Admissions/Student Recruiter Aziza Johnson about the process of applying for classes at the Workforce Development Center, an accredited post-secondary career and technical school. Brutton also interviews NCC Director of Special Projects Richard Cammarieri about New Community’s history as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. (Premiere date: 1/15/18)

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 6

Director of New Community Workforce Development Center Rodney Brutton interviews Academic Enrichment Program Coordinator Odette Phillip, Financial Opportunity Center Financial Coach Tamara Brown and NCC Family Resource Success Center Director Joann Williams-Swiney. (Premiere date: 11/13/17)

A Better Life Grand Opening

New Community held a grand opening for A Better Life, the new supportive housing facility for the chronically homeless. (10/19/17)

Saint Peter's Prep Students Volunteer at New Community

Ten students spent their week serving within the New Community network. (8/14/17)

A Special Back-To-School Shopping Spree in Essex County

New Community Corporation identified students to participate in the ninth annual Back 2 School Store in West Orange. <em>(8/2/17)</em>

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 5

New Community Workforce Development Center Director Rodney Brutton interviews Executive Director of La Casa de Don Pedro Ray Ocasio and Director of Special Projects for New Community Richard Cammarieri about the Newark Community Development Network (NCDN) and the impact it has on public policy issues. (Premiere date: 7/10/17)

Creating More Jobs In Newark

Newark has set a goal of creating 2,020 jobs for Newark residents by 2020. New Community Corporation Director of Special Projects Richard Cammarieri reflects on the plan. (6/26/17)

Creating More Jobs In Newark

Newark has set a goal of creating 2,020 jobs for Newark residents by 2020. New Community Corporation Director of Special Projects Richard Cammarieri reflects on the plan. (6/26/17)

Empowering Young Women At Annual Conference

The theme of the 2017 Fabulous Me conference hosted by the Family Service Bureau of Newark at Seton Hall University was #FightLikeAGirl. (6/17/17)

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 4

New Community Workforce Development Center Director Rodney Brutton interviews Building Trades Instructor William Robinson and Culinary Arts Instructor Sadrud-Din Shah about their respective programs. New Community Director of Special Projects Richard Cammarieri then interviews Brutton about the Financial Opportunity Center. (Premiere date: 6/12/17)

Seton Hall University Honors NCC Chief Of Health And Human Services

New Community Chief of Health and Human Services Arti Kakkar received the Humanitarian of the Year Award during the Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala at Seton Hall University. (6/9/17)

NCC: Connecting You To Resources, Episode 3

New Community Chief of Health and Human Services Arti Kakkar received the Humanitarian of the Year Award during the Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala at Seton Hall University. (6/9/17)

Tackling Chronic Homelessness

‘A Better Life’ is aimed at helping chronically homeless individual who also suffer from mental and behavioral health challenges. (9/28/16)

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Grand opening of New Community Workforce Development’s Financial Opportunity Center, located at 274 South Orange Ave. in Newark. (2/24/16)

Revving Up Job Training

About 50 job seekers enrolled in the New Community Workforce Development Center’s Automotive Training Program are jockeying to land jobs with employers like Ford, Toyota, BMW and other local companies. (8/12/14)

Leaders In Social Entrepreneurship

Students from seven countries around the globe converged in Newark at New Community to get a lesson in social entrepreneurship. (8/5/14)

Urban Immersion

Students from Saint Peter’s Preparatory School in Jersey City volunteered at various sites around New Community, gaining experience serving homeless families, seniors, job seekers and inner city children for one week. (7/29/14)

Inspiration, Empowerment, and Drumming

The Family Service Bureau of Newark, an affiliate of New Community, hosted the 2014 Fabulous Me: Celebration of Womanhood Conference. (5/31/14)

Out of the Ashes Came Hope

New Community celebrated its 45 years of service with this commemorative video, which captures the history of NCC and looks towards it bright future.

The Gift of Giving

New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford visits New Community to donate toys, courtesy of Second Chance Toys, to the children of Harmony House, New Community’s transitional living facility in Newark.

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