Norco College Annual Recognition Dinner – April 18th
Norco College President To Honor CNUSD And Eastvale Councilmember At Annual Recognition Dinner
Norco, CA – Norco College President, Bryan Reece is hosting Dinner with the President, A family Affair on Thursday, April 18 at 5:30 pm in the Norco College Amphitheatre. The evening will consist of recognition, entertainment, unity and celebration under the stars. Cowboy West Productions will be catering the barbeque style food and Galleano Winery and Wicks Brewing will be serving libations.
This year’s award recipients include:
2019 Norco College Alumnus of the Year: Jocelyn Yow, former Norco College Alumna and current Councilmember for the City of Eastvale. Yow is being honored for her significant contributions to society through her work in Public Service.
President’s Award for Excellence: Corona-Norco Unified School District
CNUSD is being honored for their innovation and unwavering commitment for establishing pathways into higher education.
“It’s always nice to come together and celebrate the great leaders and partners that make our community stronger,” said Reece. I invite everyone to attend and engage in the vision for transforming students’ lives in the region.”
The evening includes performances from Norco Music students. Proceeds from the event will directly support Norco College students and programs.
Tickets are $100 per person. Sponsorship opportunities and tickets are available and can be reserved online at www.norcocollege.edu/dinner.
Sponsors to date include: Altura Credit Union, City of Eastvale, Props AV, Ruhnau Clarke Architects, Jurupa Valley Chamber of Commerce, Morgan, California State San Bernardino, American Threat Assessment Consulting (A.T.A.C.), Corona Chamber of Commerce, Corona-Norco Family YMCA, Thomas Miller Mortuary & Crematory and Klein Educational Systems.
Norco College was established in 1991, and became accredited in 2010 as the 112th college of the California Community College system. The College serves 14,000 Western Riverside County students annually and has made national headlines by: winning a prestigious Community College Futures Assembly Bellwether Award, being named a “Best for Vets” college by Military Times four out of the past five years, host of a National Science Foundation national center, and designated a “2018 Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle. Norco College leads at the statewide and national levels in guided pathways, veterans education, lowering inmate recidivism through education, eliminating student equity gaps, innovative apprenticeship models, emerging technology education, high school partnerships, and industry engagement. The College is committed to student excellence, access, success, and innovation to stimulate regional development – one student and one employer at a time. Norco College is a place where everyone is welcome and anything is possible.