February 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
Welcome to our 1st monthly e-newsletter of 2020! I know that we are in February but January was such a blur. Better late than never.

We are going green (including my wardrobe) and will no longer be printing and mailing newsletters. We hope that a monthly e-newsletter will help us stay better connected, save money, and be less of an environmental impact. Win-win-win.

This email is full of updates, events, and news to keep you connected to NHTI, our programs, and our students. Take a few minutes to see what is going on and how you can get involved.

If there are things you would like to see highlighted in this e-newsletter, please let me know.

Laura Scott
Director of Alumni & Development
Academic Program Spotlight - Early Childhood Education
The National Association for the Education of Young Children’s (NAEYC) Commission on the Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs announced that NHTI was granted first-time accreditation of its Associate of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education

Diana Menard, Department Chair of Child and Family Studies shares that “achieving this accreditation helps demonstrate our important work in developing strong students to enter the Early Childhood field, which in turn supports working families and provides stability to employers around the state.”

Our program is training and supporting the workforce of tomorrow!
Alumni Updates & News
  • Kaylee Raney and Joshua Henriksen announce their engagement.
  • Melissa Thorpe and Paul Knightly announce their engagement.

Jimmy Thorpe (Liberal Arts/2005) became the men's basketball coach at Concord High School.

Joseph Devine (Criminal Justice/ 2000) was hired as the Town Administrator for the Town of Henniker.

Abby Myskowski (Liberal Arts/2011) became the new owner of St. George’s Cafe in Henniker.


If you have news you want to share, email Laura Scott, Director of Alumni & Development.
Support NHTI Athletics
NHTI Athletics is looking for sponsors to help support our 12 teams and 15 events/tournaments scheduled for 2020. Every sponsor makes a difference to our student athletes success.

Click here for more information on sponsorship opportunities.

All our athletic events are open to the community and we welcome your attendance. We hope to see you at a game cheering on our Lynx.
The picture above is from our pre-season basketball game between NHTI alumni and the men's team. The alumni put but a good fight but they were defeated.
Upcoming Events
Wings of Knowledge - March 3rd & 24th, 6pm
Come and learn the Buzz about Bees (March 3rd) and Global Explorer and Man of Adventure Mark Synnott (March 24th).

I nnovation Lab Open House - March 6th, noon-2pm . Our new Innovation Lab is a space where business, faculty and students will connect on project-based learning for the benefit of both parties. Check out our event flyer for more information. We hope you can attend.

14th Annual SpringAhead 5K Road Race - March 7th at 11am. This is a fundraiser for the NHTI Cross Country Team. Contact Perry Seagroves for more information.

Anti-Racism Organizing in NH - March 14th, 9am-1pm. Community Change, Inc. (CCI), NHTI, and Concord Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) are creating a networking space to have conversations around the anti-racism work happening in New Hampshire. This event is free to attend but registration is required.

You can find more events happening at NHTI on our online calendar. This is updated frequently so check back often.
7 & 8-Week Classes Starting Soon
We have 7 & 8 week classes starting in March. Take a day, evening or online course to get ahead in your career. It is never too late to learn something new.

2020 Winter Fling
Dancing with the Concord Stars
The 10th Annual Winter Fling - Dancing with the Concord Stars took place in January. Over $35,000 was raised for The President's Fund for Excellence, which supports student scholarships, student support services, and high priority academic needs.

4 NHTI alumni - Kaleena Guzman, Chad Johnson, Carolyn Mallon, Emily Riccard, and 2 faculty - Chad Johnson and Keith Wilding - showed off their dance moves all for a good cause.

Check out who won and watch the video (yes, there is a video).

If you want to donate to The President's and support NHTI's students, you can do that online.