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Oprah Winfrey Helps Lawrence Student Reach Goals
March 8, 2021 – 1:34 pm | Comments Off on Oprah Winfrey Helps Lawrence Student Reach Goals

Jeurys Santiago wants Oprah to know that she “helped a Lawrence kid inspire others to pay it forward in a very big way.”

NECC Receives Designation as Military Friendly School
March 2, 2021 – 7:13 pm | Comments Off on NECC Receives Designation as Military Friendly School
NECC Receives Designation as Military Friendly School

Northern Essex Community College’s success in educating veterans was recently recognized when the college received designation as a  Military Friendly®  School by Viqtory, a national organization that connects veterans with civilian education, employment, and entrepreneurial …

Music Grad Selected to Sing at DHE “29 Who Shine” Event
March 2, 2021 – 7:04 pm | Comments Off on Music Grad Selected to Sing at DHE “29 Who Shine” Event
Music Grad Selected to Sing at DHE “29 Who Shine” Event

The multi-talented Alicia Catalano recently launched her first single and a line of bags which she sells online.

Board of Trustees Update: February, 2021
March 1, 2021 – 6:07 pm | Comments Off on Board of Trustees Update: February, 2021

Jennifer Borislow, chair of the NECC Board of Trustees, welcomed Glennys Sanchez to her first board meeting. Sanchez, an ’05 business transfer grad, was appointed by Governor Charlie Baker to replace Mark Forman, a longtime …

Lawrence Education Leader and Activist Joins NECC Board of Trustees
March 1, 2021 – 2:31 pm | Comments Off on Lawrence Education Leader and Activist Joins NECC Board of Trustees
Lawrence Education Leader and Activist Joins NECC Board of Trustees

Glennys Sanchez, ’05, has been appointed to the NECC Board of Trustees by Governor Charlie Baker.

New Police Academy Director Appointed
February 24, 2021 – 3:33 pm | Comments Off on New Police Academy Director Appointed
New Police Academy Director Appointed

NECC welcomes Joshua Stokel of Portsmouth, NH, a retired deputy chief of police with extensive experience teaching criminal justice at the college level.

WCVB’s Chronicle Visits NECC’s Mobile Farmers Market
February 16, 2021 – 8:21 pm | Comments Off on WCVB’s Chronicle Visits NECC’s Mobile Farmers Market

https://www.wcvb.com/article/will-come-to-you-mobile-food-pantry-offering-help-in-merrimack-valley-and-a-mobile-tire-company-keeping-their-customers-safe/35484581

Haverhill Mother of Six Wants to be a Nurse
February 16, 2021 – 4:45 pm | Comments Off on Haverhill Mother of Six Wants to be a Nurse
Haverhill Mother of Six Wants to be a Nurse

NECC Practical Nursing student Tiffany Bell has a motto: when you make yourself better, you’re making your whole family better.

NECC Faculty/Staff Receive National Recognition
February 16, 2021 – 3:41 pm | Comments Off on NECC Faculty/Staff Receive National Recognition
NECC Faculty/Staff Receive National Recognition

Five NECC faculty were recently named recipients of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Awards for Excellence, a national honor that recognizes outstanding faculty and staff working at the country’s community colleges.

NECC Grad Receives National Community College Alumni Award
February 13, 2021 – 8:02 pm | Comments Off on NECC Grad Receives National Community College Alumni Award
NECC Grad Receives National Community College Alumni Award

Helen Ubiñas is an award-winning columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News and a 1991 graduate of Northern Essex Community College’s Journalism/Communications Program.
On April 13, she will be recognized as one of …