Articles by: Ernie Greenslade
Most students get their high school diploma and then go off to college, but Newburyport native Violet Merrill took what she calls “a nontraditional path”.
The 18-year old earned her Associate Degree in Liberal Arts with …
A nursing major and mother of four is the new student-elected trustee.
Thanks to our partnership with Regis, these seven NECC grads received their bachelor’s in public health…taking classes locally.
NPR’s WBUR features two NECC grads who will be graduating this year.
NECC Career Services expands to include micro-internships, an opportunity for students and local employers.
Congrats to Ayden Alvarado, Haverhill Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year, who will study business at NECC in the fall.
The Eagle Tribune reports on CARES Act funding benefiting NECC students.
State Grant Helps NECC Train and Recruit Early Childhood Educators
The early years have a tremendous impact on child development which is why the education a child receives before elementary school is so important.
A shortage of …
On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Nursing Program is featured in the Eagle Tribune.
Public Health Major Rosanna Lara will be the Student Speaker for the Class of 2020.