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  • Northeast Students Named to All-Nebraska Academic Team

    by jamesc  4/16/2015 2:42:16 PM --  LINCOLN – Four Northeast Community College students were recognized recently in Lincoln for being named to the 2015 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) All-Nebraska Academic Team. Margaret Earney, of Whitney, Lorena Fernandez and Leticia Olague De Vargas, both of South Sioux City, and Alison Schmit, of Osmond, joined 25 other all-state team members from Nebraska’s five other community colleges in a ceremony at the Cornhusker Hotel.

  • World Cultures to be on Display at Northeast

    by jamesc  4/16/2015 10:33:39 AM --  NORFOLK – World cultures will be on display on the campus of Northeast Community College here. The College’s International Student Association and the Oyate Native Club will host a World Culture Mix and Mingle on Sunday, April 26, from 4-6 p.m., in the College Welcome Center. The event was previously known as the Culture Show.

  • Luncheon Honors Scholarship Recipients and Donors

    by jamesc  4/10/2015 2:16:03 PM --  NORFOLK – The act of giving was on display recently at Northeast Community College. Scholarship recipients and their sponsors were honored during the annual Scholarship Luncheon, which recognizes the sponsors for helping Northeast students succeed with their education.

  • Harlem Globetrotters Coming to Northeast

    by jamesc  4/10/2015 7:48:13 AM --  NORFOLK – The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the greatest athletes and entertainers on the planet, will bring their unrivaled family show to the Cox Activities Center at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. The event, to be held on Thursday, April 16, at 7 p.m., is one of the stops on the Harlem Globetrotters 2015 “Washington Generals’ Revenge” Tour.

  • Northeast Spring Concert is April 19

    by jamesc  4/10/2015 7:33:37 AM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College Music Department will soon present one of its final concerts of the 2014-15 academic year. The annual Spring Concert will be held on Sunday, April 19, at 2 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on the Northeast campus in Norfolk.

  • Final Event of Visiting Writer's Series Set

    by jamesc  4/7/2015 7:44:24 AM --  NORFOLK – The author of two novels will speak at the final Visiting Writers Series this semester at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Mary Helen Stefaniak will read from her work on Thursday, April 16, at 7 p.m., in Hawks Landing in the Northeast Student Center.

  • Northeast Students Network with Business Professionals

    by jamesc  4/7/2015 7:40:33 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College business and technology students had the opportunity recently to rub elbows with local business professionals and potential future employers. Approximately 80 students met with 35 businessmen and women during the annual Spring Networking Luncheon in the Lifelong Learning Center.

  • Ag-ceptional Woman Nominees Being Accepted

    by jamesc  4/7/2015 7:35:10 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College is looking to honor a woman in the region who has made exceptional contributions to agriculture. The College’s AG-ceptional Women’s Conference Committee is currently accepting nominations to honor an area woman with the 2015 AG-ceptional Woman of the Year Award, sponsored by Farm Credit Services of America. The award will be presented during the 2015 AG-ceptional Women’s Conference on Friday, November 20, in the Lifelong Learning Center on the campus of Northeast Community College here.

  • Northeast Holds Annual Job Fair

    by jamesc  3/31/2015 9:43:26 AM --  Brooke Herbig, senior recruiter with First National Bank-Omaha, visits with a student at the Annual Spring Job Fair at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.

  • 10th Annual Indoor Tractor Pull at Northeast

    by jamesc  3/31/2015 9:41:27 AM --  One of the competitors takes part in Northeast Community College’s 10th Annual Indoor Tractor Pull at the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex in Norfolk.

  • 2,000 Students Take Part in 33rd Northeast Jazz Festival

    by jamesc  3/30/2015 11:44:11 AM --  NORFOLK – Middle and high school student musicians competed recently for top honors at the 33rd annual Northeast Jazz Festival in the Cox Activities Center on the Northeast Community College campus in Norfolk. The two-day event drew 80 musical groups from Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and South Dakota with over 2000 students performing. The competition hosted jazz bands and show/jazz choirs for school in four levels. Twenty trophies were presented at the end of each competition day for first, second, third, and fourth place and solo and instrumental awards.

  • Northeast Inducts New PTK Students

    by jamesc  3/30/2015 11:41:25 AM --  NORFOLK - A special ceremony was held recently on the Norfolk campus of Northeast Community College to welcome the newest members into its international honor society. Students were installed into Northeast’s Phi Theta Kappa, (PTK), Tau Chi chapter during the spring 2015 induction ceremony held in the Lifelong Learning Center.

  • Northeast Students Attend Nobel Peace Prize Forum

    by jamesc  3/26/2015 8:44:11 AM --  SOUTH SIOUX CITY – Students from Northeast Community College had a once in a lifetime opportunity recently to hear from a former United States president and world leaders on the work they have undertaken that addresses disarmament in its relation to conflict resolution, mediation and peace building.

  • Documentary Screened at Northeast

    by jamesc  3/19/2015 11:58:45 AM --  Frank LeMere, longtime activist and a member of the Winnebago Tribe, speaks this week to students and others at Northeast Community College in Norfolk following the screening of the film, “Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian: An Empowering Story Through Sobriety.”

  • Northeast Hosts 1,200 Students for FFA-Ag Education Contest

    by jamesc  3/13/2015 8:58:08 AM --  NORFOLK - Over 1,200 high schools students were on the Norfolk campus of Northeast Community College recent to take part in the FFA Districts 3, 4 and 10 Career Development Event – Ag Education Contest. The students came from 40 high schools from across the region.

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