Orange Coast College and DeNova Homes
“We feel it is so important to give back to our community while supporting and nurturing future talent,” stated Alan Toffoli, President of DeNova Homes Southern California.
On October 27th DeNova Homes participated at an educational event for the architecture students of Orange Coast Community College. Toffoli met and spoke with around 40 students of Orange Coast’s campus all in the architecture field before taking them to a tour of DeNova Homes new two model homes and the construction site at Costa Mesa. DeNova Homes’ did this all as a way to continue their ongoing support for community outreach.
DeNova Homes made a good choice in supporting Orange Coast Community College in comparison to any other colleges in the area as right now Orange Coast is one of the leading transfer schools in the nation. Orange Coast Community College is located in the aptly named Orange County, California and was first founded in 1947. With a motto of “We’ll help you get there” Orange Coast Community College and a total student body of 25,000 Orange County Community College seems to not only be an encouraging place to acquire a higher education but also a popular one. Orange County Community College’s colors are blue and orange with their logo consisting of an orange circle with a blue wave within it and to go along with the ocean theme the mascot of the school is Pete the Pirate while the students are in turn referred to as Pirates. Learn more: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/denova-homes-hosts-orange-coast-college-architecture-students-300544974.html
Orange Coast Community College also has a tendency to pop up in the news rather frequently with most the news about the college’s newest additions or achievements.