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  • EducationQuest Foundation Provides Scholarship Funds to Northeast

    by jamesc  9/26/2014 8:54:48 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College is the recipient of several thousand dollars in scholarship funds to assist its students.

  • Northeast Students Pull Together for Pilger

    by jamesc  9/24/2014 10:04:52 AM --  NORFOLK – Even though the more immediate focus may be off the Pilger disaster, the effort to rebuild the Stanton County village will last for quite some time. Most of the community took a direct hit from a tornado June 16 that forever changed the lives of Northeast Community College’s service area residents. Much of the rubble has been hauled away, but for many of those who have decided to stay, they have nowhere to keep their remaining possessions. That’s where a Norfolk church has joined forces with Northeast Community College.

  • Board of Governors Approves 2014-15 Budget

    by jamesc  9/9/2014 4:34:33 PM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College Board of Governors has given unanimous approval to the College’s 2014-15 budgets, which include a slight decrease in the property tax levy. The action took place Tuesday following public hearings during the board’s monthly meeting in Norfolk.

  • Home Builders Contribute $30,000 to Northeast Community College

    by jamesc  8/14/2014 5:15:54 PM --  NORFOLK – The building construction program at Northeast Community College is the recipient of a large gift from the Norfolk Area Home Builders (NAHB) Association. As a long-standing backer of the program, NAHB has committed $30,000 to equipping the building construction program’s lab area in the College’s new Applied Technology building, proving its continued support of all the programs to be housed in the new facility.

  • Northeast Awarded $25,000 JOBS Grant

    by jamesc  8/11/2014 11:10:03 AM --  WISNER – Northeast Community College has been awarded a $25,000 grant that will assist in its on-going efforts in developing a unique curriculum related to workforce training needs. The funds will be used to support implementation of Northeast’s Manufacturing Bootcamp, which is currently being piloted in Cuming County and the surrounding area.

  • Northeast Community College Leaders Attend Industry Credential Conference

    by jamesc  8/8/2014 1:33:17 PM --  KENOSHA, WS – Three Northeast Community College administrators joined more than 125 education and business leaders from across the United States at a national summit aimed at providing insight into a national priority calling for industry-driven credentials.

  • Northeast to Implement Tobacco Free Policy August 1

    by jamesc  7/25/2014 10:54:46 AM --  NORFOLK – Effective August 1, Northeast Community College will become tobacco free. The College Board of Governors voted recently to approve a change from a smoke free policy to a tobacco free policy.

  • Construction Continues on New Applied Technology Building

    by jamesc  7/24/2014 4:39:31 PM --  Lyle Kathol, dean of applied technology at Northeast Community College (left), visits with Dr. Michael Chipps, college president, during a tour of Northeast’s new Applied Technology building.

  • Soccer Adds Opportunities for Northeast Students

    by jamesc  7/14/2014 3:26:09 PM --  SOUTH SIOUX CITY - While the focus of the world of late was on the futbol fields of Brazil, there is a group of young men on a much smaller level who have as much heart and determination than the professionals who pursued World Cup glory. Every Sunday, this fledging team heads to the fields of South Sioux City proudly wearing the red and black of Northeast Community College to achieve victory in the sport commonly known by American standards as soccer.

  • Northeast to Open Residence Halls to Tornado Victims

    by jamesc  6/18/2014 9:43:57 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College will open a portion of its residence halls and student apartments on its Norfolk campus to residents of Stanton County, who were displaced by tornadoes that ravaged the area Monday.

  • Northeast Celebrates Success of O'Neill Extended Campus Campaign

    by jamesc  6/10/2014 9:07:52 PM --  O’NEILL – Northeast Community College board members, administration, local dignitaries and others on Tuesday celebrated reaching the goal of a capital campaign to construct a new extended campus here that will not only offer college transfer course work, but provide technical skill training and the opportunity for area residents to pursue upper level undergraduate and graduate level courses and programs. The "Celebration of Success” was held in the O’Neill Community Center.

  • 38th Adult Education Recognition Night Held at Northeast

    by jamesc  5/23/2014 10:55:04 AM --  NORFOLK – 34 students out of 116 graduates were honored at Northeast Community College in Norfolk recently during the 38th Annual Adult Education Recognition Night. The students were honored for completing the requirements to receive a Nebraska high school diploma through the GED ® (General Educational Development) tests administered by Northeast’s Adult Education Program.

  • Three to Retire This Year from Northeast Community College

    by jamesc  5/16/2014 11:23:05 AM --  NORFOLK – Over 60-years of combined service was recognized recently at Northeast Community College. That is the amount of time Don Moser, Dr. Randall Neuharth and Les Richmond have given to the institution. But those years of service are coming to an end as the three men will retire at the end of the academic term.

  • Northeast Receives Workforce Training Funds from Walmart Foundation

    by jamesc  5/14/2014 2:48:56 PM --  WASHINGTON – Northeast Community College is one of 17 community colleges across the nation to receive funding to support manufacturing workforce training opportunities in Northeast Nebraska.

  • Northeast Watching School Merger Proposal

    by jamesc  5/10/2014 11:55:56 AM --  NORFOLK - The president of Northeast Community College and other administrators at the College have visited with the leadership of the possible merger between five Northeast Nebraska school districts, but he said it is too early to speak regarding Northeast's additional involvement with such an effort.

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