Alabama Senator Steve Livingston recently contributed Community Service Grant Funds to Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC). NACC’s Dual Enrollment program in Jackson County received $30,000 to use this academic year.
NACC President Dr. David Campbell, Dean of Student Services Jeff Hawes, Dean of Workforce Development Kerry Wright, and NACC student Angelina Sanders accepted the check from Senator Livingston. Sanders, a nursing student and Admissions Office student worker, benefited directly from Senator Livingston’s contributions to Dual Enrollment programs in Jackson County last year where she was a senior at North Sand Mountain High School.
NACC President Dr. David Campbell stated, “We appreciate these funds so much. Dual Enrollment provides such great learning opportunities for High School students! We have the largest number of Dual Enrollment students that we have ever had this semester, and these funds for Dual Enrollment will greatly benefit students in Jackson County.”
Dean of Student Services Jeff Hawes echoed Dr. Campbell’s sentiment. “We appreciate his support of Jackson County students and the NACC Dual Enrollment Program,” said Hawes. “I want to thank Senator Livingston and his assistant, Julie Harper, for their dedication to the students at NACC. We appreciate their support and encouragement. I would also like to thank Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Staci Miller, for her hard work and advocating for our dual students.”
For more information about NACC’s Dual Enrollment opportunities, visit nacc.edu or contact the Admissions Office at 256-638-4418 ext. or email Ms. Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries may also be directed to email@example.com.
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