October 2020
News and Updates For You
Welcome to the monthly e-newsletter for NHTI alumni and community supporters. We want to keep you up-to-date on our academic programs, upcoming events, and let you know how you can support and stay in touch with us. Thank you for being part of NHTI - Concord's Community College.
NHTI Welcome Message
As the leaves change color and start to fall to the ground, we are reminded that no matter how much things change, some things remain the same.

With all the changes that NHTI has implemented these last seven months, our dedication to our students and commitment to our community stays the same. We are continuing to provide a high-quality educational in areas where there are workforce needs. We work with employers to up-skill their workforce through on-the-job training. We help those looking to expand their minds and opportunities through education.

We would not be able to do all of this without our alumni and community supporters. Thank you for taking the time to stay connected to NHTI. We appreciate you!

Laura Scott
Director of Alumni & Development
Alumni Updates & News
Carolyn Mallon (Nursing/2012) received a recognition award by the Daughters of the American Revolution for her volunteer efforts during COVID.

Roy A. Ferguson, Jr., NHTI Professor
Matthew Harris (IT/1997)
Nathan Patrick Vincent (Business/2012)

Looking for Alumni
Are you are an Animation & Graphic Design, Computer Engineering Technology, or an Electronic Engineering Technology alumni that graduated 2015-2020? If so, we want to talk to you about your experience at NHTI, what you are doing now, and how we can stay connected. Contact Amanda Trainor today. Thank you!

PEM Alumni in Fashion
If you are interested purchasing the NHTI PEM patch or the alumni rocker, contact Keith Wilding.

If you have alumni updates & news you want to share, email me so I can include it in future e-newsletters.
Alumni Spotlight - Bill Walden

Bill is a popular alum because he teaches our students how to make beer. It's all good, I promise. Bill partners with our Brewing: The Science Behind Beer chemistry class every year as a way to give back to NHTI and provide a hands-on learning opportunity for our students.

This seems like a strange turn for this Paramedic Emergency Medicine alum but as a lifelong learner and constant reinventor of himself, Bill is a great example of how you can start at NHTI and go anywhere. You can read his blog post here.
Mindfulness in Society
Virtual Speaker Series

The final session in our speaker series is on Monday, October 26th 5-6:30pm with Stepanie Briggs from Be.Still.Move.

We invite you to explore how mindfulness can help us address challenges that have become central to our society over the last year. Personal and interpersonal insight can help build communities that foster connection, opportunity, health, and fulfillment.

You can learn more at nhti.edu/mindfulness
NHTI Athletics
NHTI Athletics held it's 2nd Annual Hall of Fame Ceremony on September 18th. Although it was not a live event, those being honored shined brightly.

On March 11, 2020 the NHTI Men's Basketball Team became the USCAA Men's Division II Champions. Due to COVID, we were unable to have a true celebration so a socially-distanced ring ceremony was held this fall.

Congratulations to everyone!
Business Training Center (BTC) Offers Customized Trainings
Sometimes an off-the-shelf training does not suit the needs of your organization or your employees. The NHTI BTC recognizes that and will work with you to assess your training needs.

The BTC provides high-quality customized non-credit and certificate courses and programs, which can be delivered at NHTI or on site at your place of business.

Learn more about customized trainings and other courses here.
Careers that Make A Difference
Are you looking for a career change? Want to make a difference every day?

Join us on November 19th from 10-11am to learn more about our Addiction Counseling, Paramedic Emergency Medicine, and Human Services Programs.

We offer degrees, certificates and microcredentials; online and in-person classes; schedules that meet your needs.

Contact Mike O'Bryant for more information.
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Seeks Applicants
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is a program to help entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity by providing philanthropic access to education, capital and business support services. The program will provide scholars with tools and practical business education to continue growing their business to new heights.
This program is offered at NO COST to all accepted businesses. Check out the web site for more information and to apply.