Hooray for Spring, and for the festival of arts that it brings!
The NSCC Arts in April schedule / details of events is now available on the website
What is Enrollment Management?
At NSCC's Forum on February 25, Student Affairs Vice President Bill Hébert outlined the priorities of NSCC’s Enrollment Management Team and how its focus drives
the College’s Strategic Enrollment Plan (SEP). Interested in taking a closer look?
The 2017-21 SEP is included within NSCC’s Strategic Plan on PDF-ordered pages 18 and 62–69.
How do we promote NSCC?
As part of the presentation, Marketing Communication’s Sam McGilloway also outlined how the College and its programs are promoted, types of advertising methods, and results of recent advertising campaigns.
A PDF of the entire presentation is included here .
Honors Program Showcase
Please join the Honors Program in its 3rd annual Honors Program Showcase, which is
taking place on Wednesday, March 18th from 4-6pm in Lynn, 2nd floor South. The Showcase
is an opportunity for Honors students to show one piece of their Honors work and to
practice the art of explanation, as they give a short 5-minute presentation along
with a poster that details their work. We will have external judges select two winners,
rewarding their hard work and the clarity of their knowledge. I hope you can join
us for at least part of the Showcase to revel in our students' accomplishments.
Feedback wanted regarding the need for public transportation
to the Danvers Campus!
Attached is a draft of the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) State Plan. The word "transportation" is only mentioned once.
Countless millions are being spent to create workforce programs, yet a glaring gap in access to those programs to NSCC is not being addressed. The lack of public transporation to the Danvers Campus continues to be a huge obstacle for many students.
We're urging folks to please spread the word throughout the NSCC community (staff, faculty, Trustees, students, graduates, etc.) to submit written comments about the need for transportation to the Danvers campus. Comments should be sent to StatePlanMDCS@detma.org. Additional contact info may be found on page 26 of the attached draft, slide 51. Thank you!
--Stacy Randell-Shaheen, Adult Learning Center Director
Student Nominations Needed for NSCC’s “29 Who Shine” Honoree
Nominations are now being accepted for this year’s “29 Who Shine” student honoree. This event, organized annually by the MA Department of Higher Education to recognize an outstanding graduate from each of the state’s 29 public colleges, will be held Thursday, April 30 at the MA State House.
Please nominate your best and brightest students for this honor. Nominations are due no later than Tuesday, March 11. Like last year, the DHE also needs the name of a faculty member who played a pivotal role in the student’s education experience. Both the student and faculty member will be expected to attend the ceremony and a reception following.
Criteria for 29 Who Shine 2020:
- The individual student graduate of the Class of 2020 shows exceptional promise as a future leader in civic affairs or in business or professional activity in Massachusetts, having demonstrated an ability to contribute to the civic and/or economic wellbeing of the Commonwealth. The student should have a strong record of civic engagement and have made a demonstrable contribution to their community and/or the state. This aspect of the student’s profile should be the most significant in judging the nomination.
- The student intends to pursue a career track or interest for which there is a demonstrated need in the Commonwealth, such as a high-demand STEM-related career (health care, life sciences, information technology), or a start-up business that will produce jobs, or a community service role to better the lives of fellow Massachusetts citizens (such as teaching, working in a social service agency or community organization, etc.)
- The student is a Massachusetts resident who plans to continue living and working in the state upon graduation. A student who plans to live in Massachusetts after furthering his or her education, either in or out of state, would also qualify.
- The student will complete their degree or certificate requirements at a Massachusetts community college, state university or UMass campus within the 2019-2020 academic year.
- The student is able to attend the 29 Who Shine awards ceremony at the Massachusetts State House scheduled for April 30, 2020.
Please submit student names and description of how they meet the above criteria to Linda Brantley, Executive Director of External & Public Relations at email@example.com no later than March 11. President Gentile will make the selection decision based on nominations received.
Diversity Leadership Council is requesting pictures
for Faces of NSCC 2020!
The Diversity Leadership Council (DLC) is collecting pictures and quotes for its annual Faces of NSCC video, which highlights students, staff, faculty, and events at the College. Faces of NSCC 2020 will be shown at graduation, open houses, campus events, orientations, and outreach events. “Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion in NSCC’s Community”.
Please take and send pictures of students, staff, faculty, classes, departments, events on campus, and yourself!
Students' music is encouraged and welcomed! Email me your link!
There is a question on the release form for those who would like to provide a quote, which is optional. People may have their picture taken with or without including a quote.
Please direct any questions, send photos, student release forms and music to:
Anne Tabet at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to submit is April 3rd.
Have fun taking pictures!
–The Faces Committee with the Diversity Leadership Council
New Girls Who Code Club!
Join our weekly meetings and learn to code!
Who: Girls in middle school (grades 6-9) with an interest in computer science
What: Girls Who Code Club, a free after-school program
Where: NSCC's Lynn Campus, 300 Broad St., room LW304
When: Wednesday afternoons, 3:30-5:30pm, Mar. 18 - May 13
For more info, contact Laura Rubin, email@example.com, 978-762-4000, x4047
March 3 & 5:
Breaking Down Addiction Lynn cafe, contact: Michelle Simons, 617-549-1318, firstname.lastname@example.org
North Shore Veterans Collaborative Resource Fair
Contact: Kristine Babcock, email@example.com
Open to ALL Veterans and their families including NSCC student, faculty, and staff Veterans.
NSVC is hosting a resource fair for veterans and their families. All vendors are veteran specific ranging from different VA programs to non-profit organizations across the state. Vendors will represent housing, financial assistance, mental health services, service dog organizations, and higher education. Free dinner will be served @ 6:15pm-7:00pm. Break-out sessions will be held; topics are Mission Act, Women Veterans Health Program, CH 115 benefits, and VA Claims.
Click here to register for the event https://tinyurl.com/sy7zaxe
Professional Development Fund$ Available
The Professional Development (PD) Committee would like to let faculty and staff know that professional development funds are available.
There are three levels of PD grants that you can apply for.
- Mini grant ($300 or less)
- Large grant ($301-$1500 – requests are currently being funded at 75%)
- Coursework grant (for undergraduate or graduate credit coursework, up to $500)
Please note that out-of-state travel requires pre-approval from your Vice President and the President. You will want to have the pre-approval to travel in writing (email is fine) before you submit the PD grant application. A copy of this pre-approval to travel will need to be forwarded to the PD Committee Chair.
Before completing the PD grant application form, please review the eligibility and application guidelines. These are available on My Northshore.
In My Northshore, search for professional development. Click the Professional Development Application & Award Process tile to access the eligibility and application guidelines as well as the Proposal Application Form.
Applications are due at least one week prior to the monthly governance meetings.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the PD Committee Chair.
Andrea Milligan, PD Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy lunch at the Beacon!
NSCC's student-run café, The Beacon, opened on January 23rd and will serve on Tuesdays and Thursdays until Tuesday, April 28th. The café will be closed on February 13, 18 & 20 to accommodate student enrichment. We will also be closed March 10th and 12th for NSCC Spring Break.
The café will be serving from a standard a la carte menu including choices of soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees and desserts. Check out the menu - https://tinyurl.com/wrgk5hp The café has two seating times: 11:00 AM or 11:45 AM- RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. To make a reservation request, please call 978-762-4000 ext 1513 and follow the instructions on the message.
The Beacon Café is located at 30 Log Bridge Rd in Middleton right off Route 114 West.
We hope to see you at The Beacon!
Please encourage your students to apply for an NSCC Scholarship!
Students can learn more about eligibility and our user-friendly online application process by visiting www.northshore.edu/scholarships or emailing email@example.com Flyer
20 Minute Online
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the spring semester to bring you professional development in twenty minute snippets.
For the week of March 2nd - How can change management principles help new educational programs succeed?
Directions for Accessing the Link to the Presentation and Supplemental Materials
Select the URL link below to access the presentation and to print the supplemental materials. (You may also copy and paste the URL into your browser’s address bar.)
New presentations go live at 10:00am each Monday morning and are only accessible through Sunday. The complete spring schedule for Monday Morning Mentor sessions is available at http://nscclets.blogspot.com/2019/01/20-minute-mentor-online-faculty.html.
The series is being brought to you by the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation (CTLI) – we would appreciate your input!
--Andrea Milligan firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT A GREAT WAY TO START YOUR WEEK!!
Seeking 54th Commencement Student Speaker and Soloist Nominations
NSCC Commencement Ceremony
Date: May 21, 2020 at SSU’s O’Keefe Center
Do you know a student who would be an inspirational student speaker for the graduating class of 2020? Do you know a student who can belt a tune? Encourage them to nominate themselves for the student speaker or soloist role! Spread the word!
Student Speaker nomination form -Student Speaker Application
Student Soloist nomination form - Student Soloist Application
More information - www.northshore.edu/commencement
Student Soloist - Deadline to submit nominations is Friday, March 13th at 4pm.
Student Speaker - Deadline to submit nominations is Friday, March 13th at 4pm.
Week #7 Puzzle, Solution to Week #6 Puzzle &
Week #6 Leaderboard Scores
Each week we will send out a problem solving challenge as a friendly competition among students,
faculty and staff. They will vary in topic, format and difficulty. Problems are posted on Tuesdays and
answers need to be returned via email to Professor Anne O'Shea (email@example.com) and
Professor John Gambino (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 11:00 am on Friday of the same week. Please
put the week number in the subject line.
The first randomly selected correct entry, regardless of when it is received, will
earn 10 pts, the next 9
pts, the third 8 pts, the fourth 7 pts and the fifth 6 pts. All other correct submissions will earn 5 points.
The last problem of the semester will have the option to “bet” points (think Final Jeopardy!) The
person with the highest cumulative point total at the end of the semester (May 1) will be declared the
winner and Problem Solving Champion and win a “fabulous” prize. Separate contests will be held for
Students and Faculty/Staff.
Problems are posted each in the Bulletin each week, posted on the North Shore Community
Mathematics Department Facebook page, and on bulletin boards across from LE303 (Lynn) and on the first floor of the Berry Building (Danvers) by Tuesday. Other locations may be added at a later time.
Assistant Comptroller, Fiscal Affairs
Full Stack Integration Specialist, Information Systems
Registrar, Student Affairs
Staff Assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs
PT Institution Security Officer (3rd Shift, 2 Positions)
Payroll Accountant II, Human Resources and Payroll
PT Administrative Assistant, TRIO/Student Support Services
PT Head Tutor, Upward Bound Program
Adjunct Faculty, Surgical Technology Department, Spring 2020 (Operating Room Skills
PT Instructor, CompTIA A+ Certification Test Prep
PT Instructor, Nurse Assistant/Home Health Care (CNA/HHA)
For more information, please contact Kim Bevan at x5572 or at email@example.com
Did you know one in three American families struggle to provide clean diapers for their children? Help the freshman Nursing Club close the gap by donating disposable diapers that will be distributed free of charge to families in need. Thank you for your support!
I am participating in NAMIWalks because, like NAMI, I envision a world where all people affected by mental illness live healthy, fulfilling lives supported by a community that cares.
NAMI is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness and my family has been with NAMI since 2012.
Please support me by MAKING A DONATION or joining our Walking Team! Donating to NAMI through my page is easy, fast and secure. If it is not, please let me know and I will assist you with it.
Thank you so very much for helping me HELP OTHERS!
--Sheila Girard, Admissions & Recruitment, firstname.lastname@example.org
Upward Bound Collecting Bottle Caps
Upward Bound needs your help collecting caps! They will be recycled to create an Upward Bound bench that will be placed on the outside path at the Lynn Campus. Thank you for your support!