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Interested in a Career in Human Services? Come to an Info Session on April 28

Attend an information session on April 28 at 10 a.m. on the Haverhill Campus, Bentley Library lower level, A-124, and learn more about the Human Services Programs offered at NECC, including an Associate Degree in Human Services and Certificates in Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counseling, Direct Support, and Community Support and Human Services Practitioner.
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NECC to Offer Medical Interpreting Course

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Music Designer and Producer to Speak at NECC on April 28

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Learn More about iHealth@NECC Programs at an Info Session on April 24

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Join us for the Second Annual Campus Classic 5K and Fun Run May 3

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Considering College? Attend an Info Session to Find Out How You Can Do it

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Start at NECC and Transfer . . . and save Thousands of Dollars!

Starting at NECC makes sense . . . and can save you thousands of dollars!  With over 70 associate degree and certificates to choose from, financial aid, and student support services, you can succeed at NECC and then transfer to a four-year college or university.
Learn How NECC Helped Lawrence Man Succeed and Transfer
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President Lane Glenn Leads NECC

We welcome Dr. Lane Glenn in his new role as president of Northern Essex Community College. He replaces Dr. David Hartleb, who retired June 30. Dr. Glenn is just the fourth president of the college, which opened its doors in 1961 and will launch its 50th celebration in the fall.

Register for Fall Courses Today!

It’s not too late to register for fall courses.  Whether you want to attend classes days, evenings, weekends, or online, NECC offers classes at a time that is conveneint for you. To learn more, visit Getting Started. For a complete list of fall classes, please visit Credit Course Schedule.

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