Events

NHTI Hosts Manhattan Short Film Fest

CONCORD — Friday September 30ththrough Sunday October 2nd, NHTI, Concord’s Community College will join venues around the globe in hosting the 19th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival – a worldwide competition to select the best short films of 2016.  Throughout the week, theatres in over 250 cinemas across six continents will be screening the ten finalists in this year-long competition.  Every viewer will have the opportunity to rate the ten films, and all votes count towards choosing the winner.

Students ‘Play Ball’ for Emma!

CONCORD — In the first major philanthropic event of the year at Concord’s Community College, NHTI is holding a Charity Wiffle Ball Tournament on Saturday September 17th.  The school is seeking 10-player teams from other colleges, high schools, business, families – “whoever wants to have a great time and make a difference in someone’s life while doing it,” says Chuck Lloyd, Associate VP of Student Affairs.

NHTI Hosts 10th Annual Friendly Kitchen 5K

CONCORD — For the 10th consecutive year, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, will host a 5K road race / fitness walk to help support Concord’s Friendly Kitchen.  The race will be run on Friday September 9th at 5:30 pm on NHTI’s beautiful Seekamp Trail.  There will also be a Fun Run for children at 6:15 pm.  This event attracts several hundred official runners and many unofficial walkers.

Building Inspector / Plans Examiner Certificate Program

CONCORD — Last fall, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, launched a new 3-semester program leading to a Building Inspector and Plans Examiner Certificate.  This 18-credit-hour program prepares Building Inspectors and Plans Examiners to critically examine permit applications and plans for residential, commercial, and other building types, and to subsequently ensure that the construction of buildings with permits is conducted in accordance and within the provisions of relevant building

NHTI Auction Features Children’s Art

CONCORD — The Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) at NHTI, Concord’s Community College, invites one and all to its Fifth Annual Silent Auction Art Show featuring exhibits that celebrate the artistic endeavors of its infant, toddler, preschool and kindergarten children.  The show will be held Saturday April 23rd from 9:00 am to noon in the NHTI Library.

Warming Up for the NHTI / Delta Dental 5K

CONCORD — For the 12th consecutive year, NHTI, Concord’s Community College and Northeast Delta Dental are prepping for their annual 5K road race.  The NHTI/Delta Dental 5K is part of the Concord Area Race Series (CARS), and has become a Concord area “hallmark” event.  The race is open to the public, and around 500 runners typically participate.

This year’s race takes place at 6 pm on Friday April 22nd on the school’s bucolic campus, which is adjacent to the company’s headquarters.  There is also a free children’s “Fun Run” at 6:45 pm.

“Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1”

CONCORD — On Wednesday April 6 at 2:30 pm in Sweeney Auditorium, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, will show the HBO documentary “Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1” about the volunteers who run a suicide hotline for veterans.  This timely film spotlights the traumas endured by America’s veterans as seen through the work of the hotline’s trained responders, who provide immediate intervention and support in hopes of saving the lives of service members.

NHTI Hosts 21st Annual Wellness Fair

CONCORD — On Tuesday April 5th, NHTI Health Services is sponsoring the 21st Annual NHTI Wellness Fair from 11 am to 2 pm in the Dr. Goldie Crocker Wellness Center.  The theme for this year is “Don’t Froget Your Health This Leap Year.”

Over 35 community participants – along with student exhibitors from NHTI’s own health programs – will be on hand with demonstrations, health screenings, wellness education, exhibits and more.  There will be free healthy refreshments, door prizes and background music.  Admission is free and the community is invited.

NHTI Hosts Multicultural Day

CONCORD — Anyone wandering into the NHTI gym between noon and 2:30 pm on Tuesday March 29, 2016, might be forgiven for thinking they had strayed into the bazaar of some exotic foreign country.  Colorful clothing dazzles the eye, the smells of unfamiliar yet alluring foods beguiles the nose, and the polyglot sounds of a dozen languages clash in the ear, vying to be heard over the sounds of music from many cultures.  Everywhere can be seen the arts and artifacts of countries from around the globe.  Yet this is not a marketplace, and nothing is for sale.  Food is free for the

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