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NSCC Alumni and Foundation Scholarship recipient Todd Mover

NSCC prepared me for a career that not only allows me to help others, but is also very rewarding both personally and professionally. - NSCC Alumni and Foundation Scholarship winner Todd Mover

Types of Gifts

Your gift provides financial support to local residents seeking to gain skills in professions that face shortages, such as healthcare. "I love my job!". Todd Mover believes in paying it forward and has been instructing NSCC second-year Respiratory Therapy students at Beverly Hospital in addition to his primary job as a Respiratory Therapist at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston. A 2008 honors graduate of NSCC's Respiratory Care program and an NSCC Foundation Scholarship recipient, Todd said his education at NSCC provided every resource available to help him succeed. "NSCC prepared me for a career that not only allows me to help others, but is also very rewarding both personally and professionally."

Endowment Gifts
Gifts to general and restricted endowment provide valuable annual income, allowing the NSCC Foundation to respond to special needs and opportunities.

Unrestricted gifts help meet the challenge of new and emerging priorities. Restricted gifts can create or support a program reflecting specific interests.

Educational Assistance
By contributing to the NSCC Foundation Scholarship, NSCC students are guaranteed access to high quality education for the future. NSCC Foundation scholarship awards are based on:

  • academic merit
  • community and college service
  • demonstrated financial need
  • other criteria according to donor designation

Gifts for Instructional Facilities
A competitive economy has created a demand for highly skilled employees in areas ranging from information technology and business to health care and public service.

Gifts of high-tech equipment, laboratories, and instructional facilities from individuals, corporations, and businesses can assure a trained workforce are essential to maintaining academic excellence. To donate please call (978) 762-4000 x5527 or email development@northshore.edu.

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