New Community Prepares for Staff’s Return to On-Site Work
Members of New Community’s Safe Reopening Committee assess workspaces at New Community Career & Technical Institute (NCCTI) July 9. The committee, tasked with helping department directors in their plans to bring employees back to their desks, conducted site visits throughout the NCC network to ensure social distancing was possible and determine the need for signage. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Galvez.

New Community Prepares for Staff’s Return to On-Site Work

As the COVID-19 pandemic persists nationwide, New Community continues to take steps to ensure its sites are as safe as possible for employees, residents and clients. The Safe Reopening Committee…

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Coping with COVID-19: How New Community is Helping During the Pandemic
NCC’s Resident Services Department has continued providing food to those in need throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. From left to right: Manor Senior Resident Services Coordinators Erika Furcal and Guadalupe Cepeda and Home Friend Program Coordinator/Food Pantry Representative Flavia Pinheiro. Photo courtesy of Resident Services.

Coping with COVID-19: How New Community is Helping During the Pandemic

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many aspects of life for people and businesses around the world. New Community has had to make adjustments to its operations, but it has…

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NCCTI on the Front Line in Times of Need
NCCTI health care graduates are on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. From left to right: Shauna Lamar, Emajenee Hawkins, Kaitlin Brant, Jafuna Givens, Tatyana Patilla and Caffi Lovence.

NCCTI on the Front Line in Times of Need

By Rodney Brutton Director of New Community Career & Technical Institute New Community Career & Technical Institute (NCCTI) graduates stood up and stepped in during the city’s, region’s and country’s most desperate time of…

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