North Country Community College (NCCC) has invited the public to an open house at its Pottery Studio on Friday, December 6th.
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North Country Community College is set to host a Domestic Violence Awareness and Survivor Night on Monday, October 28th, from 6 to 8 pm, at its Malone Campus.
The goal of the event is to help break the silence surrounding domestic violence. Attendees are encouraged to share stories of surviving domestic violence, volunteer to read a survivor’s story or simply show support by being present for others to share their story. » Continue Reading.
North Country Community College is set to host a Career Fair on October 10th, where job seekers in the Ticonderoga area will get the chance to meet with employers and learn about career opportunities in the region.
The Career Fair, which is free of charge and open to the public, will take place from 5 to 7:30 pm at the college’s Ticonderoga campus, located at 11 Hawkeye Trail. » Continue Reading.
North Country Community College has invited the public to its Tulloch campus in Malone to mark National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month with a free QPR suicide prevention training session, on Wednesday, September 25th, at 6 pm in the Mills Mezzanine.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade and Refer – three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Participants will be trained in how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. » Continue Reading.
The annual Hendrickson Hatch Fly Fishing Tournament has been set for Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2 in Malone.
Tournament registration will run from 8 to 9:45 am at North Country Community College in Malone. Fishing will begin at 10 am on Saturday, and ends at 1 pm on Sunday. » Continue Reading.
The State University of New York Board of Trustees has approved the appointment of Joseph Keegan as the new President of North Country Community College.
Keegan is currently North Country’s Vice President for Academic Affairs. His appointment as President is effective June 16, 2019. Keegan will be the college’s seventh president since its founding in 1967. He replaces Dr. Steve Tyrell, who led the college since 2012. » Continue Reading.
The YMCA is set to launch its first programs in Saranac Lake this spring and plans to expand its offerings later in the year.
Representatives of the YMCA, the village of Saranac Lake, the Saranac Lake Central School District, North Country Community College and Citizen Advocates met recently to discuss and refine the initial programs the YMCA could offer in Saranac Lake. Feedback from the community, through a survey and a public meeting held last year, has been used by the group to identify gaps in services that the YMCA could meet. » Continue Reading.
Local residents would like to see more programs offered at the North Country Community College pool in Saranac Lake at hours that are more convenient to them, according to a recent survey conducted by the college.
A total of 491 people took the online survey, which the college hopes to use to help inform future decision-making about the pool. » Continue Reading.
The online survey, asks respondents how they’ve used the pool in the past, what programs and services they’d like to see offered at the pool, and their ability to support the pool. » Continue Reading.
High school students from across the region have been invited to submit their best works of digital art for North Country Community College’s first-ever Digital Art Show.
The juried show will take place at the college’s Saranac Lake campus December 3 to January 11. A reception and awards ceremony for students will be held from 11 am to 1 pm December 7. » Continue Reading.
More than thirty students from correctional facilities across the region are the first class of graduates from North Country Community College’s Second Chance Pell program.
The Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative, launched by the U.S. Department of Education in 2015, provides need-based Pell grants to people in state and federal prisons through partnerships with 65 colleges in 27 states. NCCC is the only two-year college in the State University of New York system to offer Second Chance Pell, which allows non-violent inmates with less than five years left on their sentences to earn an associate’s degree. The goal of the program is to improve their chances of finding employment upon release from prison. » Continue Reading.
North Country Community College has announced that those who’ve been unsure about going to college now have the chance to try it out at no cost with the college’s new “6 on Us” program.
Starting this fall semester, 6 on Us allows eligible students to take their first six college credits for free, a savings of $1,400 per student. The program is available to first-time, new to college, non-traditional students on all three of the college’s campuses: Malone, Saranac Lake and Ticonderoga. » Continue Reading.
North Country Community College has begun a series of free lectures at their Ticonderoga campus. Local history, career skills, and gardening are among the topics that will be covered. Among those speaking will be Pete Nelson, who will deliver a talk about the history of Bald Peak on June 28th, and on the life of surveyor Medad Mitchell on August 2nd
Most of the lectures will be given by NCCC faculty. All lectures begin at 7 pm and will take place at the NCCC Ticonderoga Campus, 11 Hawkeye Trail, Ticonderoga. » Continue Reading.
The Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance and North Country Community College are seeking public input on the establishment of a proposed School of Applied Technology in Ticonderoga.
Two public presentations, “A Plan for Trade Education in the North Country,” have been set on the idea and are open to all. » Continue Reading.
Works of art from high school students across the region are on display at North Country Community College’s Malone campus through March 26.
The Regional High School Student Art Show features work from high school students in Clinton, Essex, Franklin and St. Lawrence counties. Each high school in the region was invited to submit up to eight works of art for the show. » Continue Reading.