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Former NECC Baseball Captain Saves a Life
October 21, 2014 – 2:59 pm | Comments Off
Former NECC Baseball Captain Saves a Life

Northern Essex Community College alumnus Manny Cabral of Tewksbury could have walked right by the bone marrow registry table back in July of 2010, but then he wouldn’t have walked across the NECC athletic field …

Author Andre Dubus III is Guest at NECC
October 14, 2014 – 3:21 pm | Comments Off
Author Andre Dubus III is Guest at NECC

Acclaimed novelist Andre Dubus III of Newbury returns as a guest of The Women of Northern Essex Community College for the annual Membership Tea on Wednesday, November 5, at noon in the Hartleb Technology Center …

Howard Dean Brings a Message of Optimism to NECC
September 25, 2014 – 8:07 pm | Comments Off
Howard Dean Brings a Message of Optimism to NECC

Dr. Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont, presidential candidate, and chair of the Democrat National Committee, visited Northern Essex Community College’s Haverhill Campus on Wednesday.
Calling himself “an optimist by nature,” Dean told the audience, the …

New Library Director Merges Old with the New
September 18, 2014 – 8:06 pm | Comments Off
New Library Director Merges Old with the New

If the new director of Northern Essex’s library services was a book, his title might be “Mike Hearn: Renaissance man”.
This social worker turned librarian turned archivist turned author and historian replaced Linda Hummel-Shea, who retired …

Howard Dean is First Speaker in NECC Series
September 17, 2014 – 6:34 pm | Comments Off
Howard Dean is First Speaker in NECC Series

Dr. Howard Dean will visit Northern Essex Community College’s Haverhill Campus on Wednesday, Sept 24 as part of a new speakers series titled “Movers, Shakers, and Opinion Makers.” Free and open to the public, the …

NECC Top Notch Players to Present Staged Readings of “Real Women Have Curves” in Haverhill and Lawrence
September 10, 2014 – 7:55 pm | Comments Off
NECC Top Notch Players to Present Staged Readings of “Real Women Have Curves” in Haverhill and Lawrence

Northern Essex Community College’s Top Notch Players will perform staged readings of Josefina López’s play “Real Women Have Curves,” directed by Professor Jim Murphy.
Free and open to the public, the readings will take place Friday, …

Patrick Administration Announces $400,000 to Study Public Safety Needs in the City of Lawrence
August 21, 2014 – 9:06 pm | Comments Off
Patrick Administration Announces $400,000 to Study Public Safety Needs in the City of Lawrence

Undersecretary of Administration and Finance Scott Jordan today joined Lawrence Mayor Daniel Rivera, Northern Essex Community College (NECC) President Lane Glenn and state and local officials to announce a new study of the public safety …

Scholarship is Created in the Memory of NECC History Professor
August 18, 2014 – 3:24 pm | Comments Off
Scholarship is Created in the Memory of NECC History Professor

Yosmarlin Infante of Haverhill, a Northern Essex Community liberal arts major, is the first recipient of the John B. Guarino Memorial Scholarship, created in the memory of NECC Professor of History Emeritus John Guarino.
A long-time …

NECC Club Hosts Board Game Marathon
August 7, 2014 – 4:00 pm | Comments Off
NECC Club Hosts Board Game Marathon

Northern Essex Community College’s Bacon Board Gamers, a student club, will host their 4th semiannual all-day gaming marathon on Friday, August 22 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the Haverhill campus, 100 Elliot Street.
This …

Lawrence High School 9th Graders will Soon Have Access to New After-School STEM Program, Supported by the Verizon Foundation
August 4, 2014 – 4:08 pm | Comments Off
Lawrence High School 9th Graders will Soon Have Access to New After-School STEM Program, Supported by the Verizon Foundation

Lawrence, MA–A new after-school mentoring program for Lawrence High School 9th graders is designed to get students excited about science and interested in pursuing careers in these in-demand fields.
The STEM Mentoring program, supported by the …

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