New Program For Those With Intellectual Disabilities To Begin This Fall At NSCC

 

An information session on North Shore Community College (NSCC) and the Northeast Arc’s (NeArc) new College and Career Access Project (CCAP) drew a crowd of nearly 80 young people with intellectual, developmental and learning disabilities, their families, service providers, educators, and area employers to learn about college opportunities.

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Culinary Arts Program Information Sessions

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Are you interested in training or retraining for a career in culinary arts? North Shore Community College is hosting information sessions on its Culinary Arts Program on June 19, 5:30-6:30pm at the Lynn Campus, 300 Broad Street, Room LW323 and on June 20, 9:30-10:30 am at the Danvers Campus, 1 Ferncroft Road, Room DB204. Continue Reading

NSCC To Host Session On Vocational Training For Young People With Intellectual Disabilities June 10

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Parents and relatives of young people with intellectual disabilities, as well as educators and area employers, are invited to learn more about the College and Career Access Project (CCAP), a postsecondary, vocationally-focused noncredit education program for North Shore residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism, ages 18-26, developed by North Shore Community College (NSCC) and the Northeast Arc (NeArc). Continue Reading

Marven Pigeot Named One of 29 Who Shine in Public Higher Education

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Marven Pigeot of Lynn was North Shore Community College’s honoree at the Department of Higher Education’s annual “29 Who Shine” awards ceremony at the State House Thursday. The ceremony recognized 29 graduating students, one from each of Massachusetts’ 29 public college and university campuses, for academic achievement and civic engagement.

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Mohegan Sun to Host Workforce Development Series at Boston Area Community Colleges

Mohegan Sun today announced it will host a series of workforce development informational sessions at two Boston area community colleges in partnership with the Massachusetts Casino Careers Training Institute (MCCTI). The events, which will be held at North Shore Community College on March 26th and Bunker Hill Community College on … Continue Reading