Denova Homes Hosts Orange Coast College Architecture Program


Denova Homes Hosts Orange Coast College Architecture Program

Recently, Denova Homes decided to host the Orange Coast College architecture program, helping students there as a continuation of their community outreach efforts. During an event held at the school’s campus, Adam Tofolli, the Division President of Denova Homes Southern California, spoke to students as well as giving a tour of some of their homes and ongoing projects, such as the upscale and stylish Aura community, one of Denova Homes ongoing constructions in the area. Tofolli was quoted as saying that his organization sees it as important to give back to the community, as well as to help future talent grow and nurture. Learn more:


Orange Coast College, which was founded in 1947 in Costa Mesa, California, has grown exponentially since it’s founding. Starting classes the next year in 1948, the school quickly grew to become one of the largest and most acclaimed community colleges in the country, with over 25,000 students currently enrolled, with admissions continuing to climb with every coming year. The school boasts a whopping 135 academic and career programs. Included in these programs is the school’s Nautical program, one of best in the nation in their field.


With all that it has to offer students from across the nation, it can be assured that the school will continue to grow, especially with help from such groups as Denova Homes. With such efforts to continually help the community grow, Denova Homes has ensured these students have an amazing community to enter and in turn help grow after finishing school.


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