Are You Looking for Affordable Training Solutions for Your Employees?
Would you like to access federal and state training dollars? We can help! From customized training programs to assistance gaining workforce training grants, NECC has the affordable, high-quality training programs and services that suit your needs.
Access Customized Training Solutions
We can help your team acquire or upgrade the skills they need to help your business succeed. We can respond quickly to your changing needs, and offer customized training solutions onsite, online, or at the college. Read more about customized training solutions.
Secure Training Dollars
Improve your bottom line and increase your employees’ productivity with a workforce training grant. We can help you complete a competitive application to secure training dollars. Read more about the MA Workforce Training Fund.
On-Campus Employer Recruitment
NECC invites employers to visit campus and conduct informal recruitment during designated weeks in the fall and spring semesters. During these weeks, employers can reserve a space on campus to connect with students and faculty about internship and job opportunities in between their classes. Read more about on-campus employer recruitment.
Improve Employees Skills and Save Money on Employee Tuition Reimbursement
If your company offers tuition reimbursement, Northern Essex is the most affordable option. With over 100 noncredit courses and about 60 credit certificates and degrees, NECC can meet the professional development needs of your employees through individual courses, certifications, certificates and degrees.
Let Us Host Your Next Meeting or Event
Whether you’re planning a meeting, health care training session, or personal function, consider hosting your next event at Northern Essex Community College. We have a wide variety of venues that can hold 10 to 500 people.
NECC helped six companies obtain
over $800,000 in Workforce
Training Fund grants
Our Adult Education Programs
and Preparation has been
awarded $412,000 in
grants and contracts.
Over 2,300 people learned new
skills in noncredit courses and