Open Enrollment has begun!
This is the time of year when you’re allowed to start, stop, or change your health insurance plan. This year’s open enrollment period runs from April 7th through May 5th.
As a reminder, all employees who wish to participate in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) MUST re-enroll every year during the open enrollment period.
Please click here for information that includes what’s new, what you can do during Open Enrollment, how to make changes to your benefits, and instructions on how to enroll/re-enroll in an FSA.
Please contact Jenn Chavez in HR with any questions, email@example.com
We are taking a break from our Weekly Workshops this week to assist with New Student Registration but will be back next week with new workshop offerings.
In the meantime, we leave you with these fun stats about our incoming class (pulled from Navigate):
42% describe themselves as Gutsy
39% describe themselves as Determined
48% describe themselves as Hardworking
53% describe themselves as Focused
We can’t wait for you to meet this incoming class!
Many thanks to the hardworking Student Support and Advising, Enrollment, and Navigate staff: over 140 students have registered for the Summer and Fall with Navigate!
Finally, the Navigate Team is sad to announce the departure of one of our inaugural team members, Mustafa Sidiqi! While Mustafa only served as a Pathway Navigator for a short period, he was instrumental in getting this project off the ground. He brought great understanding of the student experience, spent hours exploring the deepest corners of the Navigate platform in order to bring us insight, and approached his work with a positive, can-do attitude. We will miss him!
We wish Mustafa all the best as he moves on to work at the State House and trust he will not be a stranger.
--John, Jake, and Orquidia
Current Job Postings
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Operations (Temporary, benefited position)
Director of TRIO /Student Support Services
HR Generalist (Staff Assistant), Human Resources & Payroll
Human Resources Payroll Analyst (Staff Assistant), Human Resources & Payroll
PT Content Developer, Marketing Communication
Sales and Corporate Programming Professional (Staff Associate)
Campus Police Officer I (3 openings available)
Campus Police Officer III (Sergeant), 2 openings available
Institution Security Officer II (3rd shift), 2 openings available
PT Institution Security Officer (3rd Shift, 2 Positions)
Accountant I, Fiscal Affairs
PT Clerical Assistant, Fiscal Affairs (Temporary, non-benefited position)
PT Clerical Assistant, Student Affairs (3- 5 openings available)
PT Clerical Assistant, Veteran's Services, Student Affairs
PT Orientation Leaders (Position Designed for Students)
Summer Assistant, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Community Team Leader, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Learning Leader, TRIO Upward Bound Program
FT Faculty (Program Coordinator), Early Childhood Education, Fall 2021
FT Faculty (Program Coordinator), Graphic Design Program, Fall 2021
FT Faculty (Program Coordinator), Nutrition & Dietary Management Program, Fall 2021
FT Faculty, Chemistry, Fall 2021
FT Faculty, Nurse Education Program (Associate Degree), Fall 2021
FT Faculty, Surgical Technology Program (Associate Degree), Fall 2021
PT Clinical Instructor, Nurse Education Program (Fundamentals of Nursing)
PT Instructor for the Central Sterile program
PT Instructor, Principles of Design
Summer Instructor, English, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Instructor, Foreign Language, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Instructor, Math, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Instructor, Science, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Summer Instructor, Social Science, TRIO Upward Bound Program
Health Simulation Coordinator (Technical Specialist), 10 month benefited, Grant funded position
PT Biliterate (English/Spanish) Curriculum Developer for Medical Terminology (Grant funded)
Recruitment Counselor, Office of Admissions and Recruitment/Outreach
Transfer Counselor, Student Support and Advising Center
For information on these and other openings, please contact Kim Bevan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking nominations for SSU's Educators Hall of Fame
The Salem State University Friends of the School of Education are seeking nominations for the 2021 Northeast Regional Educators Hall of Fame.
There are four award categories. Depending on the category, nominees do not need to be Salem State alumni.
To nominate an educator, simply complete this brief survey by May 1, 2021.
The award winners will be recognized at the ceremony November 2021.
Questions? Contact Alumni Relations at 978.542.7530 or email email@example.com or Arlene Amato-Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org
Hooray for Spring and for the festival of arts that it brings!
The NSCC 2021 Arts in April schedule of events is now available - click here - featuring a number of art, music, theater and writing events.
Murder By The Minute is on the air!
(Conceived and Directed by Matthew Woods)
Join us as we journey back in time to the 1940’s and the Golden Age of Radio, for a selection of Five-Minute Mysteries filled with mischief, mayhem, and – you guessed it – murder! From April 18-30 we will add two new plays every other day for the college community to enjoy. The plays are the result of the hard work of a host of NSCC students, faculty, staff, and alumni, and are offered in a range of formats, including:
Audio plays (with transcripts) that capture the spirit of the golden age of radio!
Short films featuring a flash of film noir finesse!
Illustrated audio plays, each with a unique storyboard designed by a North Shore student artist!
Access is free to the NSCC community. Simply log into www.northshore.edu/arts-in-april, and follow the link to the Theater Based Events page!
What are you waiting for? Log on -- and tune in -- today!
As part of the Arts in April events, visiting writer and NSCC Professor Emeritus, John R. Nelson, will present a slide show and read from his book, Flight Calls: Exploring Massachusetts Through Birds, described as "somewhere between a personal memoir, a true-life adventure, and a birder's personal journey." His essay "Funny Bird Sex" is a Pushcart Prize winner.
This event will take place on Zoom on Tuesday, April 20, 9:30-10:45 am and on Wednesday, April 21, 9:30-10:45 am. All are welcome. Zoom link to be provided.
Drive-Thru Grad Celebration
Date: Saturday, May 22, 2021, 11am-1pm, Danvers Campus.
Please join us as a Celebrator for the Drive-Thru Grad Celebration that will be held on the Danvers Campus on Saturday, May 22nd! We have devised a cheering section that will be socially distanced and outdoors with additional protocols (i.e. masking). As we will be holding a virtual Commencement this year, this is one of the few opportunities we will have as a community to celebrate our graduates 'in person.' You may bring immediate members of your household to join you in celebrating. However after review, we ask that you do NOT bring any pets to the celebration as this would likely complicate the event more than initially thought.
To join in the fun please sign up with this link. For any questions, please reach out to Amanda Dooling (email@example.com) or Brian Falter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Final Exam Schedule
Please share with your students.
Please find below the link to the Final Exam Schedule for the Spring 2021 semester. Please note that the schedule is subject to change. Consult your instructor
for further details. https://bit.ly/3lHwHBY
Help Select the Winners!
"Like" your favorite photos on Instagram and Facebook.
Facebook: Student-Engagement nscc Instagram: student_engagement_nscc
Winners will be announced at the Earth Day Celebration on April 22 at Noon. All are welcome to join us - Zoom link.
For more details, visit www.northshore.edu/arts-in-april
NSCC faculty/staff membership discount (30%) at
the new Demakes Family YMCA in Lynn
Please spread the word!
You must pre-register to receive a box. mmsfi.org
20 Minute Online Professional Development
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 April 19th - How Can I Extend My Research to the Public With a Podcast?
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.) Supplemental materials are available to view and print now.
New presentations go live at 10:00am each Monday morning and are only accessible through Sunday.
The series is being brought to you by the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation – we would appreciate your input!
--Andrea Milligan, email@example.com
WHAT A GREAT WAY TO START YOUR WEEK!!
Faces of NSCC 2021
The Diversity Leadership Council (DLC) is collecting pictures, quotes and 10-second videos for its annual Faces of NSCC video, which highlights students, staff, faculty at home, outside, in the office, on/off campus with your 2-legged and 4-legged family members. Play a song, hold up a sign to share your brave, determined, meaningful, inspirational message. Faces of NSCC 2021 will be shown at various faculty/staff/administration meetings and outreach events. “Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion in NSCC’s Community” Together apart.
With most learning and working now taking place remotely, a whole new category of photo & video opportunities has opened up. Please take and send pictures of students, staff, faculty working from home - teaching, learning, working. Photo suggestions: Helping your children do their schoolwork online; your unusual, hastily created "office" space; holding a sign with words of encouragement and support for the NSCC community; serious photos; fun photos, etc. 10-second individual video message. Students' music approx 5-10 minutes is encouraged and welcomed!
Be creative! Submission form
Questions to Anne Tabet at firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline to submit Friday, April 30, 2021
Have fun taking pictures and videos!
--The Diversity Leadership Committee
Welcome to the
Equality & Equity Project
As part of our commitment to Anti-Racism, Diversity & Inclusion, the Equality & Equity Project will provide historical and present-day information about the contributions, challenges,
culture, and daily lives of the many vital groups that make up our NSCC community,
and the larger world.
We invite you to visit often, reflect on what you see and read, discuss it with others and, hopefully, expand your knowledge base, appreciation, and understanding of groups beyond your own.
April Deep Dive:
According to a recent study, anti-Asian hate crimes have spiked 150 percent since
the pandemic began. Learn more about the history of anti-Asian racism in the United States in this link
to a recent Washington Post article.
Think About This:
This is an example of white privilege: I am never asked to speak for all the people of my racial group.
If you have any questions or comments on NSCC's Equality & Equity Project, please contact us at EqualityEquity@northshore.
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Coronavirus Updates and Resources
Due to COVID-19, NSCC campuses are still under restricted access. Please monitor your college email and check www.northshore.edu/corona for frequent updates and resources.