Wednesday, July 10, 10:00 AM, DH162
Tuesday, July 23, 10:00 AM, DH162
Wednesday, August 7, 10:00 AM, DH162
Wednesday, July 17, 10:00 AM, LW201
Wednesday, July 31, 10:00 AM, LW201
Tuesday, August 13, 10:00 AM, LW201
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North Shore Community College recently inducted 114 students into its chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, a rigorous student development program which helps participants discover and achieve their goals.
The Society offers compelling lectures from leading national presenters and a community where like-minded success oriented individuals … Continue Reading
North Shore Community College (NSCC) and Salem State University (SSU) are partnering on a new program to encourage nurses and nursing students to earn their bachelor’s degree to better prepare them to meet the challenges and changing demands of the workplace.
The new RN to BSN program, which will begin … Continue Reading
Grants Require 90-day Response to Local Business/Industry Requests to Train Current, Future Employees
North Shore Community College (NSCC) is one of 10 Massachusetts community colleges which has been awarded the state’s first-ever “Rapid Response” grants to respond to education and workforce training needs within 90 days of a company’s … Continue Reading
North Shore Community College has developed a new training program for people interested in protecting the environment and public health in the water and wastewater field. NSCC’s Wastewater Workforce Training program begins March 11, 2013 and is comprised of 10 sessions held over an eight-week period.
The program includes … Continue Reading
North Shore Community College is launching two new programs for the Fall 2012 semester: The Environmental Horticulture associate degree program and the Small Business Management-Entrepreneurship credit certificate program.
NSCC’s redesigned Environmental Horticulture associate degree program trains students for a wide range of employment opportunities in the ‘green’ industry, such as … Continue Reading
Students in North Shore Community College’s culinary arts program are once again offering one of the best deals around – four-course, $5 luncheons at NSCC’s Scholar’s Den restaurant.
The student-prepared luncheons are only $5 per person and include soup, salad, choice of entrée with side dishes and choice of dessert. … Continue Reading
Do you “eat locally?” What exactly does “eat locally” mean? Why eat locally? Get answers to these questions and more at North Shore Community College’s Local Food is Power lecture and discussion.
A panel of community sustainability partners will discuss the economic and social benefits of eating locally grown and … Continue Reading