Articles by: Ernie Greenslade
NECC will be significantly increasing the number of courses with an on-campus component in the spring semester, which begins January 19.
The NECC Theater Department will bring “Tiny Beautiful Things”, a play based on a book by best-selling author Cheryl Strayed and adapted for the stage by actor, director, producer and screenwriter Nia Vardalos, to the Merrimack Valley, with outside socially-distanced performances on its Haverhill Campus, November 4, 6, and 7.
MA community colleges announce vaccine requirement, beginning in January.
Luis Matute of Telemundo interviews Noemi Custodia-Lora, VP of the Lawrence Campus, and Rosanna Lara, NECC’s contact tracing manager, about vaccine mandates and the vaccine pop-up clinics on campus.
In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, NECC will present a virtual presentation on the African influence in Latin America.
NECC is planning two pop-up vaccination clinics the last week in October, one in Lawrence and one in Haverhill.
El Mundo covers the recent reopening of the Revolving Test Kitchen on our Lawrence Campus, a resource for food entrepreneurs.
The Revolving Test Kitchen located at 420 Common Street is transitioning from an incubator and pop-up restaurant to a shared commercial kitchen that will benefit aspiring food entrepreneurs.
As the world reflects on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, the NECC Library staff is proud to present the special exhibit “September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World”.
Nursing program goes through reaccreditation during a pandemic, an update on the college’s equity imperative, and more at the September meeting of the Board of Trustees.