Article Archive for: January 2013
Home: Methuen, Mass.
Age: Still young enough to get away with it, but old enough to know better! (46)
Profession: NECC History Instructor
Hobbies: Playing acoustic instruments including guitar, banjo, and harmonica;
camping; vegetable gardening; and kite flying
Three Northern Essex Community College employees Patricia Malone Schade of Byfield, Richard Padova of Andover, and Richard Lizotte of Amesbury, recently received the quarterly employee recognition award for the first quarter of 2013.
The Employee Recognition …
Lawrence, MA is Northern Essex Community College’s “fastest growing campus” and its “fastest growing zip code”, according to NECC President Lane Glenn. That’s why the college decided to host its start-of-the-semester convocation at Lawrence High …
Kevin Comtois of Methuen, who teaches in the Global Studies Department at Northern Essex Community College, will share his passion for American Music in a presentation titled “From Slave Spirituals to Hip Hop: The Social …
By Yadira Betances email@example.com
LAWRENCE — For Lane Glenn, president of Northern Essex Community College, expanding in the city is more than just putting up new buildings. “It also means being the best partner we can …
The Registry of Deeds Building in Lawrence—now owned by the Northern Essex Community College Foundation— will be demolished later this month, making room for green space connecting two of the college’s downtown Lawrence buildings.
When completed, …
Nonprofits eager to break into the grant writing arena can send participants to attend a series of three workshops, hosted by the Grant Resource Center at Northern Essex Community College.
The center and its workshops are …
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