• Rutgers Community Health Center Celebrates New Location and NCC Partnership

    Rutgers Community Health Center (RCHC) held a ribbon cutting Dec. 16 to highlight its new location and partnership with New Community Corporation. The facility, which is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), is located in NCC’s health care building at 274 South Orange Ave., Newark. “The partnership being forged between Rutgers Community Health Center and New Community Corporation is a partnership with a purpose. One that is most ...

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  • NCCTI Graduate Thriving in Diesel Field

    Ingrid Simeon was part of the first Diesel Technician class at New Community Career & Technical Institute (NCCTI). Upon graduation in 2019, she secured a job as an entry level technician at HFI Truck Center in Mountainside, an ...

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  • NCC Employees Celebrate the Holidays

    All New Community employees were invited to the NCC Holiday Party Dec. 19, held at St. Joseph Plaza. Attendees enjoyed appetizers, drinks, dinner and dessert along with the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season with their coworkers. Every attendee received a raffle ticket for a chance to win gift cards throughout the evening. Thanks to everyone who participated and made the party a success! Photos courtesy of ...

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  • Families Come Out for NCC’s Annual Breakfast with Santa

    New Community hosted its annual Breakfast with Santa event Dec. 14 at the NCC Neighborhood Center, 56-68 Hayes St., Newark, where 186 children were served breakfast. Families enjoyed the morning, took photos with Santa and children received presents. Photos courtesy of Edward Morris.

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  • Bringing Holiday Cheer to HHELC

    Three groups brightened the holidays of the children at Harmony House Early Learning Center (HHELC) with donations of Christmas presents. Students and faculty members from Seton Hall College of Nursing and students from West Caldwell High School distributed gifts and spent time with the children. The New Jersey State Police and Marine Corps League donated items from their annual toy drive to HHELC as well. Their efforts helped make ...

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