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25 Years of Service
Founded in 1997, North Bronx CCOC has dedicated its resources supporting the North Bronx for 25 years. We have been making connections – serving hundreds of community residents by working to improve lives. Providing educational and vocational programs necessary to access academic and employment opportunities.
As one of two Career Counseling and Outreach Centers funded by the State university of New York (SUNY) University Center for Academic and Workforce Development (UCAWD) system. We support the mission of UCAWD to eliminate the barriers to education and provide skills that lead to better jobs – all tuition- and debt-free.
This is just a start. We want to do more. We want to thank our partners and Alumni – we wouldn’t have accomplished all we have without you. We invite you to join us as we celebrate serving the North Bronx, and a future of endless possibilities. Thank you.
An excerpt from Senator Jamaal Bailey’s congratulatory speech at our 25th Annual recognition ceremony. June 24, 2022
Senator Jamaal Bailey Congratulates Honorees
Senator Jamaal Bailey a member of the New York Senate representing the 36th district. A long time supporter of the North Bronx CCOC the Senator made his first address to our graduating class in 2017, he was honored when asked to celebrate with us again, and join in personally congratulating and recognizing the achievements of the 2022 honorees on our 25th Anniversary.
The Senator’s office has been a valuable partner in helping to bring awareness to the programs and services that are available for the Northeast Bronx communities. He encouraged honorees to keep striving and congratulated them on their perseverance in achieving their goals.
Senator Elect Nathalia Hernandez’s address at our annual recognition ceremony. June 24, 2022
Senator Nathalia Hernandez Addresses Honorees
Former Assemblywoman and new Senator Elect Nathalia Fernandez, who has served the New York State Assembly District 80 since 2018 and will now serve the 34th Senate District in the Northeastern Bronx in the U.S. Senate, delivered a congratulatory message for the North Bronx CCOC recognition ceremony of 2022 on Friday, June 24. Honorees, graduates, family members, friends and faculty, gathered for the virtual event for the 25th annual ceremony.
In her address, the Senator Elect recognized the hard work of the honorees as well as the commitment and sacrifice of family members and supporters. She reminded them of the value of their accomplishment and the possibilities that await them. The Senator elect Fernandez has been a great supporter of the North Bronx CCOC and its mission.
Jessica Cordero, High School of Computers and Technology
Our goal to provide all students with the support and tools they need for a strong plan for their path after high school is strengthened tenfold due to our relationship with SUNY North Bronx Career Counseling and Outreach Center.
Julissa Figueroa, Children’s Arts and Science Workshops, Inc.
On behalf of Children’s Arts & Science Workshop Inc., we would like to congratulate SUNY North Bronx Career Counseling on their 25th anniversary celebration in serving the community at large. We are grateful for the continuous support and dedication to our youth participants.
This organization has provided a safe work, learning environment and an extensive array of skills to our participants over the years. These skills would have not been acquired without this consistent partnership.
Chevagne McAlmont-Winston, SUNY Buffalo State
I want to say congratulations on celebrating your 25th anniversary and thank the SUNY North Bronx Career Counseling and Outreach Center for our continued partnership. I look
forward to working with you in the years ahead as we continue our commitment to ensure that all students go to and through college and career. Cheers to an additional 25 years of serving the community.
Ikim Shamar Powell, exalt
SUNY North Bronx EOC Program and exalt Youth have been community partners since 2019. Bobby, the SUNY (NBCCOC) College Advisor entailed to our alumni on how to apply for financial aid, finding academic programs, difference between community and senior college, optimizing one’s approach towards submitting a college essay, the correlation between one’s earning power and higher education. Congratulations on your 25th Anniversary Celebration in serving the community at large.
Westchester Square Academy
Westchester Square Academy would like to congratulate the SUNY North Bronx Career Counseling & Outreach Center on their 25th Anniversary serving our community! We value our partnership and the important life skills that our students learn through our association. We look forward to many more years of collaboration with your wonderful staff!
Natalie Villanueva, YM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood
As an organization, our youth’s safety was very important to us and ensuring a positive experience. I would like to thank your center for providing remote opportunities for our youth during times of uncertainty. A heartfelt gratitude to the contribution of SUNY North Bronx Career Counseling and Outreach Center and its staff. I look forward to our continued partnership and congratulations to many more!
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