Northampton Community College is excited to launch a new Connect with Success initiative aimed at aligning students’ aspirations to enrich their community through helping others, building with their hands, and preparing for work in growing industries.

The comprehensive academic and training programs featured are designed to bridge the gap between student’s passion and goals, guiding them towards success while empowering them to create a meaningful impact in society.

“We hope to connect students’ passion and purpose with a path to success, blending career preparation with a focus on making an impact in our world,” said Rob McGann, Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management.

“With a focus on the Lehigh Valley and Pocono Mountain region, we are setting students up for career success, while providing them with the intrinsic motivation they need to succeed.”

Match Your Passion With Your Career Path

Helping Others
If you are a compassionate person interested in helping people, our education, healthcare, and social & community programs may be a good fit for you. Students can lean into their heartfelt desire to give back while making a significant impact in their community.

Build with your hands
Do you prefer rolling up your sleeves and working with your hands? Our building trades offer hands-on learning in construction management, industrial maintenance millwright, and welding.

Work in growing industries
Hoping to align your skills with the in-demand industries of the future? Stay ahead of technology, and trends in customer service, data, and more in our business, science, engineering, and hospitality programs.

Consider your options
For students still exploring their options, the exploratory studies program provides a well-rounded introduction to our general education courses in social, cultural, behavioral, scientific, and computer-related subjects.

If you would like to learn more about these programs and majors, talk to an advisor to find the best path for you! If you are not yet a student but want to enroll this spring, attend an upcoming Admissions event to learn more about becoming an NCC student.