4C’s was formed in the Spring of 2019. The purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity for students to have an increased awareness and understanding of the various cultures of the world represented at NCC. Students in LINCC will collaborate with students on the main campus, and together, they will have the opportunity to interconnect with other students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds here at NCC.
Our goal is to introduce students to the diversity of branches within the engineering field and to give engineering students ideas about the kinds of four-year institutions that they should choose when transferring. We do this by inviting faculty advisors from many other colleges and universities to tell us about their engineering programs. We have been inviting these faculty advisors from both local and upstate institutions.
Among our other activities is a campus-wide blood drive, in which we invite members of the campus community to donate blood. Once in a while, we hold barbecues during the club hours in the back of Cluster D. We invite all students to join us. Don’t worry if you are not an engineering major. You can join us and get some valuable experience.
The mission of the Entrepreneur’s Club is to promote and facilitate the advancement of entrepreneurial skills. Our desire is to provide a platform for interested students to launch their ideas and develop start-up companies while fostering a favorable educational environment. We believe that by using your talents to make a positive impact and leveraging all of the resources at your disposal, you will create value and provide meaning for your target market. Through participation in the Entrepreneur’s Club, you will discover what builds success, learn networking techniques, develop leadership abilities, and establish an entrepreueurship mindset.
The Entrepreneur’s Club welcomes all students interested in entrepreneurial activities, networking, travel, and a career as a business professional. The schedule of meetings is made at the beginning of each semester. For more information, contact the club’s advisor, Stephen Gordon, at
EVENING MUSIC STUDENTS CLUB
The Evening Music Students Club is comprised of students registered for Concert Band (MUS ) and/or Orchestra (MUS ). The main activity is attendance at rehearsals to prepare for semi-annual concerts. We also perform occasionally at area nursing homes and senior citizen centers and similar public service venues. We sponsor social activities and bring guest artists to perform with the two ensembles. The first meeting of the ensembles will be the first Tuesday and Monday of the evening schedule.
The Fashion Club welcomes all students interested in fashion. Annual activities include the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and Sale, industry guest speakers, and creative learning workshops, as well as field trips to New York City. Club field trips include visits to fashion exhibits, industry trade shows, major retailers and specialty boutiques. Fund-raising events are structured to promote creativity and foster career development. For further information, please contact the club advisors, Prof. Heidi O’Connell or Prof. Joe Pescatore, at Facebook/NCCFashionClub or on Instagram–NCC Fashion Club.
FILIPINO CULTURAL SOCIETY
The Filipino Cultural Society offers members opportunities to meet students from the Philippines or from Filipino backgrounds. The group sponsors guest speakers, field trips, and social activities. It also helps members become familiar with campus resources that will enhance their experience at NCC. Look for flyers around campus and announcements in the campus newspaper about upcoming meetings, which are held during club hours.
FIREFIGHTING ROBOT CLUB
The Firefighting Robot Club offers members opportunities to design and construct a robot that will be used to enter annual firefighting robot competitions online payday loans in NH. Robots are built to compete in a scale model house and to extinguish a candle that simulates a fire. Membership in the club is open to all NCC students.