W4C In The News

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    Work4College receives $12,000 gift

    The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $12,000 grant from an anonymous foundation to sponsor six students in the Work4College Program. An additional matching grant opportunity has effectively doubled the impact, resulting in a $24,000 contribution.

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    Foundation receives $197,778 from matching grant

    The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a check for $197,778 in Title V matching funds from the U.S. Department of Education. Pictured (from left) is Dr. Ron Clinton, NTCC President, and

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    Apply now for Work4College 2023

    The Work4College Program is a great way for you to attend NTCC without acquiring debt and provide a hands-on learning experience through a department on campus. The application is available to fill out and submit online at www.Work4College.com. The deadline to apply is April 14, 2023.

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    NTCC’s Farmer’s Market set to open July 22nd

    NTCC Farm looks a little different this year.  While we have moved passed the COVID lockdowns the weather continues to prevent farming as normal.  The prices and inflation are also hurdles that we are navigating along with

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    Mad City financial literacy event held

    More than 70 students from the NTCC Work4College Program, nursing, upward bound and other programs participated in Mad City reality simulation fair this Wednesday in the Student Union Building. The event, hosted by

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    Work4College Program returns for 9th summer

    For the 9th consecutive year, NTCC is hosting the summer Work4College program. Over 10-weeks, students in the program have the opportunity to work in 27 different areas across 5 different campuses to earn income for their future NTCC education. 

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