Northeast seeks nominations for Alumni Hall of Success

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by jamesc  4/1/2018 11:22:21 AM -- 

NORFOLK – Nominations are being sought to honor alumni of Northeast Community College.

The Alumni Hall of Success Award is presented to former students, either living or deceased, who have achieved significant success in their profession, exhibited exemplary citizenship qualities, or made significant contributions to their communities and/or community affairs, according to Holly Quinn, director of development at Northeast and award committee co-chair.

“This is an opportunity for the Board of Governors and the College community to honor individuals for career success, achievement and distinguished service following graduation from Northeast Community College.”

Candidates should have completed a recognized diploma or degree from Northeast (or its predecessor colleges) or completed at least 24 credit hours to be applied toward a degree at another college or university.

Quinn said, “Candidates that will be considered for induction must have achieved significant success in his/her profession; exhibited exemplary citizenship qualities; and made significant contributions to his/her community and/or community affairs. They should have demonstrated maturity, with preference given to those who have at least five years of work experience in his/her occupation or profession.”

Formal letters of recommendation must accompany the nomination. Nomination forms are available on the Northeast Community College website at

Anyone interested in nominating more than one individual will need one form for each nominee.

Nominations are due by May 31. Completed nomination forms along with attached recommendations may be sent via email to or mailed to: Northeast Community College, Foundation Office, P.O. Box 469, Norfolk, NE 68702.


PHOTO IDs: 2017 Alumni Hall of Success recipients Randy Noecker, Lisa Guill and Dan Geary.

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