by jamesc 3/7/2014 12:52:50 PM --
SOUTH SIOUX CITY - Teaching in an elementary school classroom is a natural calling for many people. Abbie Stolze found her calling to be a teacher and she hasn’t looked back. Stolze is in her senior year with Wayne State College. She has completed all of her classwork at the College Center in South Sioux City. The Homer native, now living in South Sioux City, found the College Center fit her schedule and it had the classes she needed.
by jamesc 3/7/2014 12:42:52 PM --
NORFOLK – The Spring Job Fair at Northeast Community College in Norfolk will be the largest ever. Representatives from 90 companies, agencies and organizations will take part in the event on Wednesday, March 19, from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Cox Activities Center gymnasium.
by jamesc 3/7/2014 12:35:59 PM --
NORFOLK – Five Northeast Community College agriculture students attended the National Farmers Union (NFU) College Conference on Cooperatives recently. They were among more than 135 students from the United States and Puerto Rico to attend the conference in Minneapolis.
The students learned how cooperative businesses are adapting to changing environments in order to succeed. They also heard from cooperative experts from across the nation on why member-owned businesses are thriving in industries ranging from senior housing to healthcare.
by jamesc 3/7/2014 12:06:16 PM --
Students from Hartington take part in a Livestock Management Test as part of the FFA Districts 3, 4 and 10 Career Development Event – Ag Education Contest Wednesday in the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex on the campus of Northeast Community College in Norfolk.
by jamesc 2/28/2014 10:17:38 AM --
NORFOLK – New data confirms that Northeast Community College has a major economic impact on the 20 counties in its service area.
A study by Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) for the College shows that Northeast Community College adds $232.5 million annually to its 20-county service area’s economy. The study took into account $200 million in student productivity, plus the combined effects of spending each year by the College which totals $31.9 million, and by students who relocate to Northeast’s service area which has a $561,400 impact. The total effect for Fiscal Year 2012-13 amounted to approximately 3.8% of the Northeast service area’s total Gross Regional Product.
by jamesc 2/28/2014 10:04:57 AM --
NORFOLK - Several students at Northeast Community College have qualified for membership in Phi Theta Kappa, (PTK), Tau Chi Chapter.
Since the installation of Northeast’s Tau Chi chapter in 1996, some 2,779 students have been inducted into the international academic honor society for two-year colleges. For more than 80 years, membership in Phi Theta Kappa has signified a singular honor and a willingness to embrace the Society’s shared commitment to academic excellence. To be eligible for PTK, students must have earned at least 12 credit hours and achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.5 or above out of a 4.0 system.
by jamesc 2/28/2014 10:01:46 AM --
NORFOLK – The public is welcome to a free program to hear Northeast Community College “Creating Stories” students read selections from their works. The event will be held Wednesday, March 5, at 7 p.m. in the Northeast Library/Resource Center on the Norfolk campus.
by jamesc 2/28/2014 9:53:47 AM --
NORFOLK – The Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex at Northeast Community College in Norfolk will be the site of the 9th Annual Indoor Tractor Pull on Saturday, March 8. Several of the best pullers from several states are expected to be in attendance.
by jamesc 2/21/2014 10:25:12 AM --
Glen Lammers, wind energy instructor at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, watches students sign pledge cards to complete their community college education. Members of Northeast’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Tau Chi Chapter and other students signed the Community College Completion Corps (C4) Campaign pledge cards and banner.
by jamesc 2/18/2014 4:56:45 PM --
NORFOLK – Northeast Nebraska residents will soon have the opportunity to take additional college level courses through a new articulation agreement between Northeast Community College and Bellevue University. The presidents of the two institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Tuesday on Northeast’s campus in Norfolk that will allow Bellevue University to offer upper level undergraduate and graduate level courses and programs for constituents in the Northeast Community College service area with a primary focus on non-traditional working adults.
by jamesc 2/14/2014 9:59:30 AM --
NORFOLK – It is not uncommon to hear applause and a few shouts of congratulations at a college graduation or a similar event. But at each nurse pinning ceremony at Northeast Community College over the past 40 years, a standing ovation has been a common occurrence for one person in particular – Shirley Pohlman.
by jamesc 2/14/2014 9:53:54 AM --
Members of the Northeast Community College Speech Team performed the Valentine’s Day skit “Romantically Challenged” over the noon hour Thursday in Hawks Landing in the Student Center.
by jamesc 1/29/2014 8:14:03 AM --
NORFOLK – A special ceremony was held recently in Norfolk for the students enrolled in the Northeast Community College veterinary technology program. Members of the Class of 2014 received the veterinary technician’s pin. Members of the Class of 2015 were awarded a monogrammed white coat to mark their formal acceptance.
by jamesc 1/24/2014 11:02:48 AM --
HARTINGTON – The K-12 principal at Hartington Public Schools has been hired as the new part-time regional coordinator for Northeast Community College in the Cedar County community. Russell Flamig will begin his new duties this summer. The Hartington Board of Education accepted his resignation Monday night.
by jamesc 1/15/2014 3:11:56 PM --
NORFOLK - Four Northeast Community College faculty and staff members were honored recently with awards from US Bank at the Spring In-Service. The US Bank Awards, which include an engraved clock and a cash award, annually honor employees who have been nominated for their outstanding contributions to the college. The bank, or its predecessor institutions, has presented these awards since 1993.