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National Business Training Supports St. Baldricks
National Business Training President Scott Aaron, VP/Marketing Jay Nachlis, and Jay’s son Teddy
National Business Training - Supports the Military
National Business Training President Scott Aaron & VP of Marketing Jay Nachlis with our Marines

In The Community

Our core values at National Business Training include giving back to our community. Over the course of the year, employees at NBT are proud to support a number of worthy causes throughout the year, including:

St. Baldricks - Supported by National Business Training

NBT employees donate their money for childhood cancer research and shave their heads in solidarity with children suffering from illnesss.

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

A cause that is near and dear to the company’s heart, employees hop on their Harleys and ride in the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Ride for Kids to raise funds with the goal of eliminating the challenges of childhood brain tumors.

Toys for Tots

National Business Training holds a holiday Toys for Tots drive in conjunction with Ray Price Harley-Davidson. The community can drop off new, unwrapped toys at National Business Training, which are presented to the U.S. Marines Corps Reserve at the Ray Price Harley-Davidson Toy Run in Knightdale, NC.

NC Children's Promise

Carolina Computer Learning Systems, Inc., the parent company of National Business Training, is a long-time supporter of the North Carolina Children’s Hospital, recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals”. Employees donate funds, which are matched both by the company and personally by the company president.

Lung Transplant Foundation

A national foundation based in Durham, NC, Carolina Computer Learning Systems, Inc. (CCLS) supports the Lung Transplant Foundation, dedicated to improving and extending the lives of lung transplant recipients. CCLS has been a sponsor of the foundation’s Casino Night since the event’s inauguration.