NTCC PRESENTS 9TH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP CELEBRATION
Lacombe, LA: Northshore Technical Community College is pleased to announce the 9th Annual Chancellor's Scholarship Breakfast in Mandeville, LA, and the 2nd Annual Chancellor's Scholarship Luncheon in Ponchatoula, LA. Both events will recognize students who have been selected to receive scholarships to NTCC and the donors who support the scholarships.
What: The annual Chancellor's Scholarship events are a celebration of the remarkable individuals have demonstrated outstanding academic achievements, leadership qualities, and a commitment to making a positive impact in their communities, and the community members and businesses who support their achievements through scholarship donations. At both events, guests will have the opportunity to connect with fellow supporters, community leaders, and NTCC faculty, and engage in inspiring conversations, share stories, and forge meaningful connections with like-minded individuals who share a passion for education and empowering the next generation. Guests will enjoy a catered meal and a program of student and donor recognition.
When: March 28, 2024. The Chancellor's Scholarship Breakfast, honoring scholarship recipients from NTCC's Lacombe and Sullivan (Bogalusa) Campuses, will be held from 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM at Benedict's in Mandeville, LA.
The Chancellor's Scholarship Luncheon, honoring scholarship recipients from NTCC's Hammond, Livingston (Walker), and Florida Parishes (Greensburg) Campuses, will be held from noon - 1:30 PM at The Oaks Wedding and Event Center in Ponchatoula, LA.
Tickets and sponsorships for both events are available now at https://www.northshorecollege.edu/advancement/chancellors-scholarship-events, or by calling 985.545.1284.
Why: The funds raised by the scholarship celebrations will support the Northshore College Enhancement Foundation, whose mission is to provide progressive support to the work of Northshore Technical Community College, increasing transformational opportunities for our institution, our community, and our people. The foundation's programs include student scholarships, faculty development, capacity building, and supports in time of natural disaster or other crises.
For more information contact Mary Slazer, Executive Director of Advancement and Community Relations for NTCC, 985.545.1284.