New Building Inspector / Plans Examiner Certificate Program

CONCORD — This fall, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, will launch a new 3-semester program leading to a Building Inspector and Plans Examiner Certificate.  It is the responsibility of building inspectors and plans examiners to review and inspect various building types from permit applications through construction phases to ensure that they are safe and structurally sound.

NHTI to Offer Industrial Design Degree

CONCORD — In the Fall of 2015, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, will launch a new Associate Degree program in Industrial Design Technology.  “Industrial Design,” according to NHTI’s Lynn Szymanski, “is a hybrid of visual arts and engineering, with elements of business and psychology blended into the mix.  Industrial Designers create products and systems that optimize function, value and appearance for the mutual benefit of both the user and the manufacturer.  NHTI,

NHTI / Plymouth State Enter Transfer Agreement

CONCORD — In January 2015, NHTI, Concord’s Community College and Plymouth State University (PSU) signed a suite of agreements to smooth the way for NHTI education students who wish to pursue bachelor’s degrees at PSU.

About one-third of NHTI’s students transfer to four year colleges or universities after graduating.  Normally, however, such transfers have to be worked out between the schools on a case-by-case basis, with the receiving school making the final decision as to how many of the student’s associate degree credits will be accepted towards the bachelor’s degree.

NHTI to Host Girls Technology Day

CONCORD — On Wednesday March 18, NHTI-Concord’s Community College, will proudly host the third annual Girls Technology Day (GTD), an initiative of the New Hampshire Department of Education’s Career Development Bureau.  In New Hampshire, and across the country, there is a severe shortage of women pursuing technical careers.  Fewer than two percent of students pursuing computer science degrees in NH colleges, for example, are women.  Girls Technology Day is one step toward trying to reverse that trend.

NHTI Students’ Research Will Benefit Sycamore Garden

CONCORD — This spring, NHTI Natural Science Professor Tracey Lesser's students will be performing original research in the Sycamore Garden adjacent to campus.  Though open to all comers, the Sycamore Garden has been embraced by Concord’s substantial refugee community, and now provides plots to more than 130 refugee families who have resettled here.  The students' work will hopefully bring tangible benefits to the gardeners while helping the students themselves learn valuable concepts and skills.

NHTI / SNHU Enter Dual Enrollment Agreement

CONCORD — For NHTI students interested in going on for a bachelor’s degree after they graduate, the path just got a lot smoother.  NHTI, Concord’s Community College, and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) have partnered in a new dual admission agreement that can make the transfer of NHTI graduates to an SNHU bachelor’s degree program a near-automatic, virtually seamless process.

Fall 2014 Graduates

The following students graduated from NHTI, Concord's Community College, during the Fall 2014 term:




Allenstown NH  
Amanda Laskey (Associate in Science with a Major in Hospitality & Tourism Management), Zachary Touchette (Associate in Science with a Major in Computer Engineering Technology)

Ashland NH  
Tawnia Frisch (Associate in Science with a Major in Criminal Justice)

NHTI Among Top 5 Two-Year Colleges

CONCORD — This week, the Personal Finance Cheat Sheet identified NHTI, Concord’s Community College, as one of the nation’s leading 2-year colleges based on graduate salaries.  The Cheat Sheet reports that NHTI graduates typically earn between $38,000 and $76,000 per year, placing it among the top five two-year schools in the country.  For details visit

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