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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NCC Resident Goes from Volunteer to Full-Time Employee
Tynise Gordon began volunteering with New Community last year. She was then hired part-time and now serves as a Home Friend full-time.

NCC Resident Goes from Volunteer to Full-Time Employee

Tynise Gordon has always enjoyed helping others. That desire to help has led to a full-time job with New Community. Gordon worked as a nursing assistant for 18 years at…

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NCCTI Celebrates Program Graduates
NCCTI Director Rodney Brutton addresses the graduates at the 2019 Graduation Ceremony.

NCCTI Celebrates Program Graduates

New Community Career & Technical Institute (NCCTI) celebrated the accomplishments of its students at a graduation ceremony Aug. 28. Family members and friends of the graduating students gathered at St.…

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New Community Workforce Development Center Graduates Find Success At University Hospital
Ariellen Orense graduated from the New Community Workforce Development Center Clinical Medical Assistant program in July and landed a job as an ambulatory care technician at University Hospital. She’s currently continuing her education and hopes to become a registered nurse.

New Community Workforce Development Center Graduates Find Success At University Hospital

When students enroll in programs at New Community Workforce Development Center, the goal is to provide them with an education and the skills necessary to obtain a job in their…

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