The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce has an intern, Amy LaVare, from the NCCC Ticonderoga campus this spring. Joining her are Matthew Courtright, chamber executive director, and Jane Carpenter, NCCC business professor.
continued The internship program is a plus for NCCC students, according to college officials.
“Our business students will benefit greatly from the opportunity to be a member of the chamber team,” said Jane Carpenter, NCCC business professor. “This is an exciting organization that represents a variety of businesses in the area and will provide numerous opportunities for our students to take their classroom experiences and contribute to the activities that will strengthen the Ticonderoga area business community. The experience of the chamber director from other four year college and universities, his internships, career and personal experiences will also contribute to a successful internship experience for NCCC students.”
North Country Community College offers associate degree programs in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Science, Fine Arts-Studio, Liberal Arts & Sciences: Math & Science, Business Administration, Environmental Science, Sports and Events Management, Wilderness Recreation Leadership, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Management, Business: Office Technology, Computer Graphics & Design, Radiologic Technology, Nursing (Registered Nurse), Massage Therapy, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Chemical Dependency Counseling and Individual Studies.
NCCC also offers one-year certificate programs in Office Technology, Health Sciences, Computer Graphics & Design, Practical Nursing (Licensed Practical Nurse), Community Residence Aide and Gerontology.
For more information on North Country Community College and its programs visit www.nccc.edu.