“Vet Event” donation to assist NSCC student veterans in need

A $3,000 donation from Rick and Jenn Bettencourt of VET Event will allow NSCC to assist student veterans in crisis.

The Bettencourts, who reside in Danvers, graciously selected NSCC’s Veterans Center to be the recipient of the proceeds of this year’s fundraising activities of their 501(c)(3) nonprofit VET Event. The … Continue Reading

January Supervisors’ Connection, Change is inevitable; Suffering is optional

CTS sliderNorth Shore Community College will hold their January Supervisors’ Connection, Change is Inevitable; Suffering is Optional, Wednesday, January 17, 2018, from 8-10 a.m. at NSCC’s Corporate Training Solutions (CTS), 1 Ferncroft Road, DS106, Danvers. Cost is $49 per workshop.

Forty years … Continue Reading

NSCC to host Wampanoag author/historian, Linda Coombs

WE STILL LIVE HERE.poster and infoNorth Shore Community College (NSCC), along with NSCC’s Multicultural Society and Environmental Club, will host Wampanoag author/ historian Linda Coombs–program director of the Aquinnah Cultural Center.  The public is invited to this free event that … Continue Reading

NSCC’s Economics and Finance Club Students Place First in Fed Challenge Competition


North Shore Community College’s team of Economics and Finance Club students, under the leadership of Economics Professor Moonsu Han, took first place in the Boston Regional Community College Fed Challenge Competition held on November 3, 2017 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

The competition encourages the development of … Continue Reading

Alumni Association Scholarship Fundraiser, Tides Restaurant, Dec. 11


Help support North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) Alumni Association Scholarship Fund and show your New England PRIDE during the Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins game on December 11th, 6-9pm, at the Tides Restaurant, 2 Wilson Road, Nahant!

The Tides will donate … Continue Reading

NSCC Students Selected to Participate in Obama Foundation Training Day


North Shore Community College students Fanny Cai, Boston, and Zoe Karelas, Melrose, were recently selected to participate in an Obama Foundation Training Day, along with 150 other young people, ages 18-24, to kick start their work in civic life and to become more active in shaping their own communities.

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