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CIT Lab Assistant

Department/Agency: Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning
Location: Haverhill Campus
Weekly Hours: 10-15
Pay Rate: $11/hr
Job Description:
Student will assist CIT staff in a variety of duties that include the following, but are not limited to:
·         Collaborate with staff to create and design educational content
·         Assist staff on Blackboard initiatives
·         Edit different types […]

Civic Engagement Newsletter Right post

Reflection from an NECC Student
“The youth of our society especially needs to vote because they are our country’s future. The youth will be the ones living to see the effects of all the outcomes from voting now. The youth are the ones who are most affected by the issues and questions presented on the ballot. […]

Joining a Statewide Movement to Educate Our Students

In the summer of 2016, a small group of dedicated staff and faculty met to start outlining how NECC would join a statewide initiative to prepare our students to be informed and active voters in the upcoming election season.

Bringing the Election into the Classroom

More than 22 faculty members chose to take an aspect of the election as a focus of a lesson plan, assignment, or classroom discussion. The faculty spanned across all three academic divisions and included 9 academic departments.

NECC Library: Helping All of Us to Navigate Election Resources

The NECC Library joined the Teach-In by creating an online research guide to support the 2016 Election Teach-In. This wonderful resource had a wealth of information on relevant books, articles, and relevant, legitimate websites for students, faculty, staff, and the local community to access to support learning.  It includes links to registering to vote, major […]

Educating the Campus

Through a variety of events, students, faculty and staff were offered opportunities to learn more about the importance of civic engagement, the MA ballot questions, and the technology behind our voting system.  In an effort to better educate our community on the candidates, NECC held its Own Big “Presidential” Debate.  Faculty members Andrew Morse, Patricia […]

Getting out the Vote!

Voter registration was is in full swing from the beginning of classes.  There were 12 different voter registration events on campus.  NECC partnered with both the YMCA of Greater Lawrence and the Community College Voter Registration Initiative to help in this effort.  In addition, many campus office, faculty and staff helped to distribute voter registration […]

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