2019 Employee Recognition Breakfast

Additional photos on Facebook and Flickr

 Employee Breakfast

 l-r: Maria Vazquez, Kathleen Sessa-Federico, John Gambino, Huiwei Guan, Patricia Dube

Faculty and Staff Retirees

Elissa Al-Chokhachy

Minerva Betancourt-Rodriguez

Patricia Bourgeois

John Edwards

Kathleen Hirbour

David Houle

Joyce Jeong

Anne Jerome

Linda LeColst

Marsha Pease

Mei-Tuang Peng

Janis Soferr

Professors Emeriti

Richard Adelman

Susan Ferrante

Marcey Marold

Joseph Modugno

Geraldine Twomey

Patricia Williams


Academic Affairs

35 years

Patricia Wermers

30 years

Susan Maciewicz

20 years

Lori Azzara

15 years

Lisa Altomari

Phanary Auk

Debra Bedell

Lorraine Boyd

Kathy Champlain

Susan Curry

Lawrence Davis

Andrea Dodge

Irene Fernandez-Palacios

Michael Fritz

Sandra Fuhs

Moonsu Han

Alexander Hayes

Tiffany Magnolia

Janease McCloud

Mary Nelson

Anne O'Shea

Gina Pelletier

Donna Rosato

Jane Saunders

Anne Sears

Mark Sherf

MaryBeth Steigerwald

Walter Stone

10 years

Jessica Burt

Annette Busch

Aimee Corso

Kristin Erbetta

Indira Leisba

Lucille Malone


Administration & Finance

25 years

John Clarke

Scott Hughey

Charlene Random

Joseph Richardson

20 years

Tabatha Lord

Robert Murphy

15 years

Sarah Beauparlant

Ann Haviland

Ratana Iv

David Japa

Richard Reney

10 years

Patricia Callahan

Reynaldo Ramos

Human Resource Development

15 years

Tammy Nguyen


President’s Office

15 years

Teresa Lord

Samantha McGilloway


Student Affairs

35 years

Maryellen Hunt

25 years

Ray Parker

Martha Rodweller

20 years

Brianne Duff

Austria Santana

15 years

Kathleen Blakeman

Sheila Girard

Kei Tiggs

Cheryl Vervates

10 years

Vanessa Bates

 Eric Frauwirth Party



CoARC Logo

Respiratory Care Program Receives CoARC Award!

Big shout out, once again, to the faculty and students in our Respiratory Care Program on receiving the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care's (CoARC) Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award! This award is presented as part of CoARC's continued efforts to value the RRT credential as a standard of professional achievement. Our Respiratory Care Program is among a select group of programs to receive this award, based on outstanding performance on key accreditation metrics.


Food Service Schedule

May 7 - May 31: Limited Service

June 3 – August 18: Closed for the Summer

August 19 – September 4: Limited Service

Full Service is restored on September 5

--Rick Reney, AVP Facilities Management



2019 Commencement Seniority List NUP and MCCC


Faculty and Staff Commencement Ticketing Information

Get your ticketAre you attending the NSCC 53rd Commencement Ceremony? If so, you will need a ticket if you are marching in the procession or will be part of the general audience. You will not need a ticket if you are an event staff member. To reserve a ticket, go to www.nscctickets.com.  Detailed information may be found here. Contact commencement@northshore.edu with any questions.



Service LearningApply to Become a New Service-Learning

Faculty for Academic Year 2019-2020

Full- and part-time faculty members who would like to learn more about including service-learning as a pedagogy in one or more of their classes are encouraged to contact Cate Kaluzny. Details can be found in the attached application. Application must be received by May 17th.

--Cate Kaluzny, Senior Specialist Learner Effectiveness & Civic Engagement x5571, ckaluzny@northshore.edu

Job Openings


Dean of Career and Technical Education and Business Division

Energy Systems Manager, Facilities Department

HR Generalist (Staff Assistant), Human Resources & Payroll

PT Project Coordinator, Northeast Regional Prior Learning Assessment Consortium (NRPLAC)

Registrar, Enrollment Services

Vice President of Student Affairs

Clerical/Office Support

PT Clerical Assistant, Office of Admissions, Lynn campus

PT Laboratory Technician, Veterinary Technology Program

PT Switchboard Operator, Information Systems

Summer Community Team Leader, TRiO Upward Bound Program

Summer Learning Leader, TRiO Upward Bound Program


Adjunct Faculty, Designing for Web

Adjunct Faculty, English as a Second Language

Adjunct Faculty, Introduction to Digital Photography

Adjunct Faculty, Medical Coding, Summer 2019

PT Clinical & Skills Lab Instructor, Practical Nursing Program, Medical Surgical Nursing, Fall 2019

PT Clinical Instructor, Respiratory Care Program

PT Instructor, Basic English as a Second Language I

PT Instructor, Drafting for Interior Design

PT Instructor, Nail Tech

Summer Instructor, English, TRIO Upward Bound Program

Summer Instructor, Computer Science/Engineering, 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


Recruitment Counselor, Office of Admissions

Senior Admissions Counselor/ CRM Administrator, Office of Admissions

Senior Financial Aid Counselor, Lynn Campus

Special Program Coordinator /Educational Advisor, Upward Bound (Grant-funded)

For more information, please contact Kim Bevan at X5572.


Free Masters in Education Gown, Cap and Hood

Size 8 - 10. Just in time for graduation.

Contact Cate Kaluzny at ckaluzny@northshore.edu.




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 May 13th –How Can I Plan (or Revise) My Courses More Efficiently?

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  amilligan@northshore.edu


 Free Professional Development for teachers

Salon Services

Farm Fest



Volunteers NEEDED for upcoming NSCC Mobile Markets

Thank you to all the volunteers who help set up, distribute food and clean up.  The success of the mobile markets would not be possible without our volunteers!  The schedule of upcoming winter/spring mobile markets on both the Lynn and Danvers Campuses may be found here.    Volunteers are needed!  If you are able to stop by and volunteer at any of the markets, please check out the volunteer page. 

Thank you for your continued support!!

--Amanda Dooling, Director of Student Engagement



Treat yourself to some pampering!

Manicure imageSpring is here – treat yourself to some pampering! Manicures, pedicures, haircuts and facials are just some of the services provided by NSCC Cosmetology students, all at incredibly reasonable prices.

NSCC’s student-run, instructor-supervised salon will be open this spring, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 9am-12:30 p.m. No appointment necessary but call ahead appreciated. (chemical services must be started by 10:30a.m.)

Note:  FREE salon services are offered to all North Shore First Responders.

The salon is located in the North Shore Business Center, Building 100, 30 Log Bridge Road, Middleton, MA.  For more information, call 978-762-4000 x1516.


Worthy Causes

Susan Komen walkDonations accepted through June 1, 2019.  Click Donate and search for Team:

AJ's Ladybugs

Team Captain: Vanessa Bates

Thank you for your support!

-Vanessa Bates, TRIO/Student Support Services


 NAMI Fundraiser


NAMIWalks Massachusetts

One in five people in Massachusetts is affected by a mental health condition.  NAMIWalks Massachusetts brings together people diagnosed with mental health conditions, their families, and friends, clinicians and other individuals in the mental health community to raise funds, combat stigma and promote awareness of mental health.

We invite you to join our team, “Greater NS Team Fierce,” as we walk to raise awareness for those dealing with mental health conditions.  If you are unable to join our walk but would like to support us with a donation, your contribution of any amount is deeply appreciated.  Please click on the Roster tab and choose a person to donate to. 

We are also holding a fundraiser on Friday, May 17 at the Elks in Beverly.  More information may be found here.

We do this for our sons, we do this to help others and we do this to let others know THEY ARE NOT ALONE!  Support is here!  Please help us stop the stigma of mental illness and support NAMI/National Alliance of Mental Illness.

Thank you for your consideration!

--Sheila Girard, Admissions & Recruitment, shepowgir45@gmail.com and Robert Girard, Facilities

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