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NCC LECTURE SERIES CELEBRATES CONSTITUTION DAY

Chief Justice John Marshall comes to life through living history presenter, Richard Hesse, at Nashua Community College on Thursday, September 15th at 7pm in the Gregg Hall auditorium.  Hesse, emeritus professor of the University of New Hampshire School of Law, previously presented “The Founding Fathers” at NCC. 

In “A Conversation with John Marshall”, Hesse steps into the role of the Supreme Court chief justice in the year of 1835.  Marshall served as chief justice since 1801 and was instrumental in the molding of the national government.  He was opposed by some of the exceptional leaders of the young government, including Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson.  Yet Marshall prevailed. 

Learn how he succeeded in becoming one of this nation’s integral justices as Hesse recounts Marshall’s life and his views on the law and the Constitution.  This presentation is in conjunction with the college’s celebration of Constitution Day.  The NCC Lecture Series is free and open to the public. NCC is located at 505 Amherst Street in Nashua.  For further information, contact Sally Bashalany at 603-578-6876 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  For directions to the college, go to http://nashuacc.edu/contact

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SUMMER AND FALL 2016 TERM FACULTY POSITIONS – PART TIME              

Nashua Community College is seeking both day and evening adjunct (part time) instructors to teach the following classes during the Summer (05/31/2016-08/08/2016) and Fall semester (08/29/2016-12/16/2016).

Summer 2016 Semester

EVENING DIVISION

Human Services
Multiple courses

Psychology
Multiple courses

Science
Nutrition


DAY DIVISION

Education
Supporting the Reading and Writing Needs of Diverse Learners

Human Services

Psychology

Science
Biology


Fall 2016 semester

EVENING DIVISION

Computer Science
Telecommunication (Successful candidate will be teaching introductory and intermediate telecommunications courses including voice over IP, video over IP, general applications over IP and Security.  Strong practical knowledge is desirable.)

Cybersecurity (Successful candidate should be familiar with standard IT System Administration with focus on Cybersecurity.  Specific skills include network security and network forensics.  Security+certification subject matter knowledge is desirable.  Other certifications such as Cisco and (ISC)2 are desirable.)

Education
Supporting the Reading and Writing Needs of Diverse Learners

English
College Composition
Oral Communication

Human Services
Multiple courses

Psychology
Multiple courses

Science
Biology
Chemistry
Anatomy and Physiology

Speech Language Pathology
Clinical Procedures


DAY DIVISION

Communications
Introduction to Public Relations

Developmental Education
Foundations of College English
Reading for College Success

English
College Composition

Human Services
Multiple courses

Psychology
Multiple courses

Social Science
Ethnography of Work (Master’s in a Social Science field, with graduate coursework)

Speech Language Pathology
Clinical Procedures


Minimum qualifications are Masters Degree in the specific subject or closely related field and three years’ experience in teaching, business, or industry in related field. Salary is commensurate with experience. To learn more about course offerings at NCC, please visit http://www.nashuacc.edu/academics/programs-of-study.

For consideration, please submit an application for employment, resume, and copies of transcripts to:

Christine Gannon
Academic Affairs
Nashua Community College
505 Amherst St., Nashua, NH 03063.

Employment applications are at the Community College System web site at www.ccsnh.edu/humanresources. Resumes will be reviewed on an on-going basis until needs are met and may be kept on file for future openings. AA/EOE

Heather Anderson graduated from Nashua Community College with an Associate of Arts in Teacher Education in 2009. As a student she was actively involved in Student Senate, the Drama Club, and the Student Peace Alliance.

“Because of NCC I learned the importance of acquiring an education, being involved in student activities, and how to be a leader amongst my peers,” she said.

After completing her degree at NCC, Anderson continued to set the bar high for herself. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire, followed by a master’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University.

Now the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Fla. and an adjunct faculty member at New England College, Anderson does not forget her community college roots or those who pushed her to pursue her dreams early on.

“NCC helped me learn how to be a leader and a strong, confident woman,” Anderson said.  “I credit so much of my career and educational success to NCC and the professors and staff who served as inspiring role models.”

Anderson’s gratitude and positive attitude are visible— and to her NCC is the real deal.

“Attending NCC was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, it’s more than just your average community college” she said. “You benefit from the rich relationships you develop within the college community itself.”

Anderson is proud to be an alum, and we are proud to have her as one.

Want to share your alumni story? Contact Ali Flewelling at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




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