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  • Ribbon Cutting and Open House at Northeast's Hartington Office

    by jamesc  11/20/2014 2:59:50 PM --  HARTINGTON – Northeast Community College celebrated the opening of its new regional office here recently. Approximately 50 people were on hand for an open house and ribbon cutting at the office located in the Hartington City Office building at 107 W. State Street.

  • Northeast Business Students Honored at the State Capitol

    by jamesc  11/20/2014 8:08:39 AM --  LINCOLN – Two Northeast Community College business students were honored this week in Lincoln for recognition of their placement at a national conference this summer. Beth Ebmeier, Laurel, and Jenna McCleary, Battle Creek, were honored at the Nebraska State Board of Education’s “Commissioners Recognition of Student Excellence in Career Education” program in the state capitol rotunda. McCleary was unable to attend the event.

  • Northeast Signs MOU with Concordia University

    by jamesc  11/19/2014 4:20:46 PM --  SEWARD, NE - Students will soon have the opportunity to benefit from a new partnership between Concordia University, Nebraska and Northeast Community College. The presidents of the two institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Tuesday on Concordia’s campus here to solidify financial and educational commitments of their new partnership, effective immediately.

  • Northeast Honors Five Alumni for Achievement and Service

    by jamesc  11/14/2014 10:39:51 AM --  NORFOLK - The Northeast Community College Board of Governors and campus community have honored five individuals for career success, achievement and distinguished service following graduation from the institution.

  • Pops Concert Held at Northeast

    by jamesc  11/7/2014 5:07:03 PM --  Members of the Northeast Community College Jazz Machine, under the direction of Kevin McLouth, performed during a recent Pops Concert at the College.

  • Scholarship Recipients Announced

    by jamesc  11/7/2014 2:47:21 PM --  NORFOLK - Officials in the Financial Aid Office at Northeast Community College in Norfolk recently announced the names of scholarship recipients for the 2014-15 academic year. Some students have earned more than one scholarship.

  • Davies Receives Distinguished Honor from NCCA

    by jamesc  11/6/2014 4:11:56 PM --  LINCOLN – The chairperson of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors has earned a distinguished honor from the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). John W. Davies, of Pilger, was presented with the NCCA’s 2014 Governor’s Award during the NCCA’s annual meeting recently in Lincoln. The award is presented annually to one board member from five of the state’s community college areas.

  • Nelson is Named Distinguished Alumni by NCCA

    by jamesc  11/6/2014 4:08:53 PM --  LINCOLN – A doctor of physical therapy from West Point has been recognized by the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). Dr. Terry Nelson was honored for outstanding career achievement with the NCCA’s Northeast Community College Area Distinguished Alumni Award during the organization’s annual meeting recently in Lincoln. The award is presented annually to one alumnus from five of the state’s community college areas.

  • Record Crowd at Northeast Spooktacular

    by jamesc  11/5/2014 5:49:29 PM --  Hadley Mather, 20 months, daughter of Kyle and Dale Mather of Norfolk, tosses a bean bag while Northeast Community College student Cory Hladky, Duncan, looks on at Wednesday’s Spooktacular at the College’s Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex.

  • Northeast to Observe Veterans Day

    by jamesc  11/5/2014 2:30:14 PM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College in Norfolk will observe Veterans Day on Tuesday, November 11, with a flag raising ceremony and a program.

  • Sober in October at Northeast

    by jamesc  10/23/2014 4:50:28 PM --  Northeast Community College students Taryn Luedtke, Creston, (left) and Kiara Lopez, Schuyler, watch fellow student Nate Fowler, Cherokee, IA, fill a shot glass with water during the College’s 7th Annual Sober in October event. The purpose of the challenge was to have students estimate what one serving of alcohol looks like in a red cup. Water represented vodka, apple juice was used for beer and grape juice represented wine. Nearly 200 students took part in Sober in October at the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex on Wednesday.

  • Play to be Staged to Observe American Indian Heritage Month

    by jamesc  10/23/2014 4:47:23 PM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College in Norfolk will observe American Indian Heritage Month in November with a performance of a very special play. The Mixed Blood Theatre of Minneapolis, MN, will present According to Coyote, on Monday, November 3, at 10 a.m. in the College’s Cox Activities Center Theatre. The production, a collection of American Indian legends and stories, is sponsored by Northeast’s American Indian Heritage Month Committee. The play is suitable for every one of all ages.

  • Northeast Entrepreneurial Club Attends Chicago Conference

    by jamesc  10/23/2014 4:42:43 PM --  SOUTH SIOUX CITY – Members of an entrepreneurial club at Northeast Community College in South Sioux City traveled to Chicago recently to meet and network with students with similar dreams and goals of not only being successful in business and life, but to make a difference in the world around them.

  • Northeast Goes Danish

    by jamesc  10/23/2014 3:19:00 PM --  Line Fenger shares a laugh with Ellen Norskov, of Albion, during a Danish Heritage Dinner at the City Café in Newman Grove recently. Fenger, an exchange student from Aarhus Business College in Aarhus, Denmark, has been in Nebraska during the month of October as part of exchange program with Northeast Community College.

  • Popular Baby Boomers Series Held at Northeast in So. Sioux City

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 4:26:58 PM --  SOUTH SIOUX CITY – One woman said she was “late for class” while another said “I’m really learning a lot.” They were among approximately 120 retirees who took part in Northeast Community College’s latest Baby Boomer and Beyond series at the College’s extended campus in South Sioux City. Attendees gained a better understanding of technology in their lives to beating stress during the upcoming holidays. This was the fourth program in the series sponsored by Northeast and Thrivent Financial – Siouxland South Chapter.

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