Articles by: Ernie Greenslade
After a nationwide search, Dr. Paul Beaudin has been selected as the next vice president of academic affairs for NECC.
To date, close to 500 recruits trained at the NECC Police Academy have gone on to serve 58 municipal police departments, including Haverhill, Methuen, Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover.
This fall, NECC will offer two new micro-credentials, in Sales and Customer Service and Business Analytics, geared for those looking to begin, change, or enhance their careers.
With the addition of Women’s Golf, the college now has 13 varsity sports.
Northern Essex Community College’s COVID Response Team, along with college maintenance staff, has been working for months to prepare the college’s campuses so that faculty, staff, students, and the community can safely return.
NECC is proud to partner with the Essex County Sheriff’s Department to offer educational opportunities at the Middleton House of Correction.
Congrats to everyone who made the dean’s list last semester!
Handshake, NECC’s new online career services network, is helping students and alumni connect with jobs.
“I’m not sure if I had gone away to college that I would be where I am right now–owning a business and being able to teach music,” Alicia Catalano. ’21.
On the weekends, Scott Lancaster, NECC’s dean of health professions, pursues his passion for emergency medicine, working as a paramedic. In this Q&A, he shares his thoughts on the field, including its biggest challenges, common misconceptions, and the most rewarding aspects of the career.