Top 10 Ways to Stay Connected with NCC:
1. Become a fan of the Nash Community College Alumni Facebook page.
2. Follow NCC on Twitter, YouTube.
3. Sign up to receive our alumni communications.
4. Let us know when your contact information changes.
5. Attend college and alumni events.
7. Come visit as a guest speaker!
9. Tell others about your experience at NCC.
10. Mentor current NCC students.
The Nash Community College Alumni Association exists to create a spirit of loyalty between alumni and the College and encourage alumni activity, interaction, engagement and support. NCC Alumni Association membership is open to all who attended Nash Community College. All Alumni Association members receive all membership privileges and benefits. Student memberships are also available.
If you wish to receive alumni communications or would like to update your contact information and profile, enter your email address on this page or call us at the number below. We would love to hear about your successes. If you wish to be included in Nash Community College's marketing efforts, please email your success story to the address below. We look forward to hearing from you.
Nash Community College Alumni Association
522 N. Old Carriage Road
P.O. Box 7488
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
2013 Outstanding Alumus, Steve Felton
Nash Community College has selected Steven D. “Steve” Felton of Rocky Mount as the recipient of the 2013 Nash Community College Outstanding Alumnus Award. The award recognizes the achievements of past graduates and provides inspiration for current students of Nash Community College. Felton was recognized and presented an honorary degree by NCC President Dr. Bill Carver during a ceremony on Wednesday, April 17th.
Steve Felton studied Business Administration at Nash Technical College from 1981 until 1983. As a student, he was a leader in the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Business Organization and was named Who’s Who in American Community and Junior Colleges. He continued his education at North Carolina Wesleyan College earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration.
Felton was honored as Nash Community College’s 1991 PBL “Business Person of the Year” at the state and local levels recognizing his achiev
ements in the business community. In 2005, he joined the NCC Foundation Board of Directors and along with his family established the Steven D. Felton Business Scholarship Fund to reflect their commitment to providing educational opportunities for the citizens of the Nash/Rocky Mount area.
2012 Outstanding Alumnus, Donnie Daniels
Graduate, leader, instructor, student, veteran and lifelong learner: These are titles used to describe Donnie Daniels of Rocky Mount. A proven leader with over 24 years of experience in emergency services, his cross-functional background includes military, law enforcement, administrative, professional
and volunteer fire experience. He personifies Dallas Herring’s philosophy, “taking people where they are and carrying them as far as they can go.”
Daniels began his career in 1999 as a firefighter with the City of Rocky Mount. Five years later, while enrolled in Nash Community College’s Emergency Preparedness Technology curriculum program, he was promoted to Captain. In 2006, at the age of 37, he completed his Associate in Applied Science degree in Emergency Preparedness Technology.
“My time at Nash Community College was a challenge, as it should be. I remember what it was like being a full time student and a full time firefighter. At the same time, I was a husband, a father of three very active kids, a youth baseball coach, a volunteer firefighter with Red Oak Fire Department, as well as staying active in my church. I remember at times it seemed a little overwhelming,” Daniels said.Read Full Story
2011 Outstanding Alumnus, Donald Perry
Donald M. Perry is the recipient of the 2011 Nash Community College Outstanding Alumnus Award. This award recognizes the achievements of past graduates and provides inspiration for current students of Nash Community College. Donald Perry graduated with honors with an Associate in Science Degree from Nash Community College in 1991. He continued his education at North Carolina State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1995 and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 2007. He is currently working on his doctorate in Biological and Agricultural Engineering at North Carolina State University.
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