Student Support Programs and Services
I) Spartan Aid Program: Provides students with financial support for essential needs and also referrals to NCC and Community resources that help eliminate academic and non-academic barriers. If you are in need of assistance with essential needs, please complete the Spartan Aid Intake Form. If you have any questions, please contact Maryann Haytmanek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
II) KEYS Program: Serves students who receive TANF/SNAP benefits and/or needed additional training and education in order to obtain employment. Bethlehem Campus Contact: Debra Kelly at email@example.com and Betsy Greer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Monroe Campus Contact: Marsha Griffin at email@example.com and Xenia Harley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
III) New Choices Program: A credit-free and FREE career decision-making program for single parents, displaced homemakers, dislocated workers, single pregnant women, and individuals interested in a career that is not traditional for their gender. Contact: Regina Russo at email@example.com.
IV) Service Learning 101: An informal advising session structured to guide students who are in the process of engaging in various service-learning opportunities. To schedule a session, please click here.
V) Community Service/Volunteerism Referral: An assistance provided to students, faculty, and staff in identifying service sites and/or activities. Please click here to complete our referral form.
VI) Federal Aid: Provides funds to financial aid/work-study eligible students who are participating in service activities (community service, service-learning, volunteerism, internships, etc.) at nonprofit organizations. Contact: Katherine Abarca firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership and Service Activities and Programs
Democracy 101: A series of lectures, panels and discussions that are mainly focused on the idea and practice of democracy.
I) Interactive Forum (formerly known as Reflection Sessions): Various topics are held to increase the understanding of contemporary social issues in our society.
II) Information Sessions: An opportunity to learn more about the programs, resources, and services available for students, faculty and staff.
III) Reflection Sessions: As reflection is an integral part of service-learning, the sessions are specifically geared towards service-learning experiences.
IV) George S. McElwee Forum for Excellence in Public Service: Aims to educate the community on issues of public service and its intersection with government and politics.
V) NCC East 40 Community Garden: Provides opportunities that support the college’s commitment to sustainability through experiential learning. Contact: Kelly Allen email@example.com
National Days and Activations
- Lobby Day
- Day of Service
- Constitution Day
- National Voter Registration Day at NCC
- Volunteer Recognition Day - Click here to view our Volunteer Recognition Day Blog
- National Voter Education Week
- Vote Early Day