Center for Civic & Community Engagement

Civic & Community Engagement

Mission of the Center

To coordinate learning opportunities and mobilize resources that will foster the personal and professional development of our students and our community.

NCC Badges of Distinction

CCCE Supported Activities

  • Annual Day of Service
  • Fall Community Partner Fair
  • NCC East 40 Community Garden
  • Local, national and international service learning opportunities
  • Faculty professional development
  • Annual Holiday Bazaar
  • Monthly meal at Trinity ARK Soup Kitchen
  • Student clubs and organizations' service projects

The Good Project

The Center is proud to be the home of the non-profit, "The Good Project" which is dedicated to the education, health care, and cultural preservation of the Yanomami and Cabecar indigenous groups in South and Central America.  View this video to learn more about the project and its founder David Good. View this flyer for more information about David's "Tweets from the Jungle" on Tuesday, September 4 at 11am in the Center!!!

View our Spring 2019 newsletter (PDF)

Get Involved!

Dr. Stanley Ebede, Director for Civic and Community Engagement
College Center, Room 236

Amy Sams, Program Coordinator
College Center, Room 236