NSCC is a leader in workforce development.
North Shore Community College is a cornerstone of the region's economic vitality and is
a sought-after and respected partner in its overall growth and development. More than
220,000 North Shore residents have taken academic, career training or professional
development courses at NSCC since 1965. Most importantly, more than 87% of our
32,000 graduates live and work on the North Shore.
- NSCC awarded 1,494 credit certificates in technical and career programs and 3,283
credit associate degrees in the last five years (FY06 – FY10), including 294 Nursing
- NSCC delivered 4,150 not-for-credit Workforce Development/Job Skills Training
courses to 26,197 enrolled individuals across the state in the last five years (FY06 – FY10).
- NSCC offers Health Care and Health Care Support programs that meet workforce
needs for credit (RN, LPN, Respiratory Therapy Asst., PTA, OTA, Radiation Therapist,
EMT, and others) and for non-credit (CNA, Medical Assisting, Patient Care Technician,
Medical Lab Technician, Medical Interpreting, Home Health Aide, and others).
- NSCC provides STEM programs (credit and non-credit) in collaboration with business
and industry across the state in areas such as Advanced Manufacturing (including
Telecommunications Technology/Verizon, Energy Utility Technology/National Grid),
Manufacturing/General Electric, Biotechnology/Applied Sciences, Information
Technology, and Green/Environmental Studies (including Solar Technology,
Sustainable/Renewable Energy, Green Facilities Management).
- NSCC collaborates with regional WIB's, community-based organizations, labor unions,
area CDC's, and K-12 school systems in education and training partnerships that provide
transitions from pre-college (GED, ESOL, ABE) to post-secondary in a wide range of
initiatives (MCAS remediation, Math Boot Camp, Biotech and Robotics programs, GED
Transitions, and Breaking Through Initiative/BTI adult learner programs).
NSCC Career Training Programs
NSCC offers dozens of career training programs that provide students with skills in a wide variety of in-demand areas.
See a complete listing of career training programs >
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- Applications may be downloaded from our website.
- Applications may be submitted in-person to NSCC's Student Support & Advising Center on the Lynn or Danvers Campus.
Student Support & Advising Centers