Students ‘Play Ball’ for Seth!

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 19th.  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, Interim Vice President of Student Affairs.

Stage Lynx Presents: The Skin of Our Teeth

April 24-26, NHTI’s “Stage Lynx” drama club presents Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth, the Pulitzer-prize winning three-part comic allegory about the history of mankind and its constant struggle to overcome adversity.  The show chronicles the lives of the mythical Antrobus family, whose individual members somehow persist throughout the ages of man – from a prehistoric Ice Age, through a quasi-Biblical Flood (now set in 1950’s Atlantic City), to the aftermath of a futuristic war.

The show is directed by James Webber, and the cast includes:

NHTI Presents Poet Jeffrey Harrison

CONCORD — On Monday, April 6th, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Library Living Room, NHTI presents its 14th Annual Celebration of Poetry, featuring Massachusetts Poet Jeffrey Harrison.  There will be a reception and open mic reading following his presentation.  Members of the college and the community are invited to listen and participate.  Admission is free.  For more information contact Alan Lindsay at 271-6484 ext 4242 or

College Welcomes Comedian Dave Coulier

CONCORD — NHTI’s Spring Comedy Show was designed as a way to bring together the college and the community for a night of entertainment before the school year comes to a close.  The artists have changed over the years, but the idea remains the same.  From previous names such as Bob Marley, Bo Burnham, Bill Burr, Ralphie May and Stephen Lynch, to this year’s performer Dave Coulier, the spring comedy show is guaranteed to be entertaining, fun, and exciting.

NHTI Hosts 20th Annual Wellness Fair

CONCORD — On Tuesday April 7th, NHTI Health Services is sponsoring the 20th Annual NHTI Wellness Fair from 11 am to 2 pm in the Dr. Goldie Crocker Wellness Center.  The theme for this year is “Be Well and Thrive.”  Over 35 community participants – along with some student exhibitors from NHTI’s own health programs – will be on hand with demonstrations, health screenings, wellness education, exhibits and more.  Additionally, 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 31, 2015, 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 tasting, and ever

Local Students Battle Their Bots

CONCORD — Middle and high school students from New Hampshire and Vermont will descend upon NHTI, Concord’s Community College on Saturday February 28, 2015 for the NH-VT State VEX Robotics Competition.  Forty teams which have previously qualified will come together for a non-stop, action-packed day of competition in which they will battle against each other with robots created from the VEX Robotics Design System.  Participants will square off in the game Skyrise, developed by VEX Robotics, Inc.

Legal Nurse Consultant Certificate Program Information Night

CONCORD — In 2011, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, became the first school in New Hampshire to offer an on-site certificate program in the new and growing field of Legal Nurse Consulting.  LNCs are professional nurses with both clinical expertise and training in the law.  They provide an invaluable service to both the medical and legal professions by evaluating, analyzing and offering informed opinions on the delivery of healthcare and resulting outcomes.  LNCs can serve in a variety of settings including hospitals and other health care facilities, insurance companies, law firms, medical

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