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Concord, N.H. (September 6, 2022) –The Foundation for New Hampshire Community Colleges (The Foundation) recently welcomed Dwight Davis as the newest member to join its
New fund dedicated in celebration of milestone anniversary NASHUA – Overseeing significant academic development, facility improvements, and institution name changes; Lucille Jordan has spent the
CCSNH to Honor Entrepreneur Jeremy Hitchcock with the Walter Peterson Award for Education and Public Service
The Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) will honor Manchester native, Jeremy Hitchcock, with the Walter R. Peterson Award for Education and Public Service.
The family of Scott Mullin has established an endowed scholarship fund at Manchester Community College (MCC) to support students pursuing careers in the Powersports industry.
White Mountains Community College Receives $200,000 Donation from Milton CAT for Littleton Expansion
Milton CAT will make a $200,000 gift in support of White Mountains Community College’s Littleton Academic Center.
Anna Grace and Paul Holloway have made a $1 million gift to establish an endowed scholarship for students enrolled at any of the state’s seven community colleges.
New Hampshire’s structural steel industry and CCSNH are excited to invite you to the 2nd Annual NH Regional and State Welding Competitions.
The Granite Foundation recently partnered with The Foundation for New Hampshire Community Colleges to endow a $25,000 scholarship.
Grace Orzechowski, never one to sit on life’s bench, gets one of her own
The center of this universe, the granite bench paying tribute to Grace Orzechowski, was unveiled Friday at New Hampshire Technical Institute. It stands rock-solid, honoring a Concord woman who knew she was dying from brain cancer, yet made people laugh and helped them reach their potential.
Welding contest aims to show students paths forward, strengthen the pipeline of skilled workers
With national competitions for vocational high schoolers still on hold, a group of NH metal fabricators teamed up with welding programs at community colleges and high schools to hold a welding contest of their own.
GBCC alumni on frontlines of COVID vaccine development and production
Graduates of Great Bay Community College are working in the research labs where vaccines for Covid-19 are being developed, on the frontlines where people are getting tested for the disease and in hospitals and clinics, where the therapeutics are being administered.
Larissa Baía: Gap Year 2020: Making a case for contributing and learning locally
Lakes Region Community College President Larissa Baia discussed how students considering a gap year can use the time to stay in their community and give back and/or take classes at their local community college.
LRCC student was up to challenges of 2020
While 2020 may have been memorable for most people in ways that were less than positive, Nina Sanborn had much to celebrate. Her life and plate were filled with marrying her high school sweetheart, having a baby, and earning a college degree in 2020. Even emergency gallstone surgery did not keep her down.
Helping community college students through a difficult time
The Foundation for NH Community Colleges and NH Charitable Foundation allocated $90,000 to cover emergency needs for CCSNH students at the seven colleges. The funds were distributed by the colleges to cover expenses ranging from tuition to food and utilities for students who were in great financial need due to the effects of the pandemic.
GBCC offers $100K in tuition assistance to students this fall
Great Bay Community College is providing a significant amount of funding to students for the fall of 2020 for tuition assistance. The college is partnering with the Foundation to help current and new students with significant financial needs start or continue their education.
GBCC vet tech graduates outperform in licensing exam
Great Bay Community College veterinary technology graduates are outperforming their peers nationally by achieving a 95% pass rate on their Veterinary Technician National Exam in 2019. The national average was 78%.