NHTI's Health Services serves all students. We provide services such as immunizations, blood draws for antibody testing, assessments, referrals and a part time Nurse Practitioner for physicals and common illnesses. Health Services responds to emergencies and incidents, we provide student outreach, health clearances for Allied Health, dorm and athletic students, and we are a resource for health information. We sponsor TB, flu and immunization clinics as well as the annual Wellness Fair, and Blood & Bone Marrow drives.
Health Services offers free band aids, cough drops, ace wraps, hot/cold compresses, common OTC medications and condoms. We have a day bed where students may rest in a quiet private area when not feeling well. We support Federal Work Study students and other campus programs such as “The Biggest Loser.”
Health Services' Janet Ercolini (left) and Sue Dalpra
Health Services Director Janet Ercolini and LPN Sue Dalpra perform a lot of the same duties in regards to blood draws, immunizations, assessments, referrals and responding to emergencies. Janet will tend to do more of the administrative tasks, while Sue orders medical supplies and works with NH Immunization Programs to fulfill their requirements. Fun facts: Janet is a second degree black belt in Taekwondo, and Sue used to take flying lessons and soloed!
Health Services can be reached at 230-4043, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This spring, NHTI, Concord’s Community College will offer a series of 4-week art classes in partnership with GoodLife Programs and Activities. The cost for each intensive, hands-on class is only $100, plus materials. Topics and schedule are as follows:
Introduction to Acrylics and Impressionist Painting with Sara Ellis
Tuesdays, January 27 – February 17, 1-3 pm
An introduction to the basic techniques of acrylic painting while learning about the Impressionist
style. Based upon the notion of capturing what we see in a brief instant, Impressionist work
features loose brush work and vibrant colors. Reproductions of Master paintings to work from
will be provided, or bring your own printed resources. All levels of experience are welcome.
Introduction to Watercolor with Sarah Ellis
Tuesdays, February 24 – March 17, 1-3 pm
An introduction to the basic techniques of watercolor. Students will explore pictorial composition, color theory, and painting techniques in a step-by-step classroom painting from a still life. This will be a series of fun, relaxed classes learning the basics. Come join us!!
Learn How to Take Better Photos: It’s All About the Light! with Karen Torres
Tuesdays, March 24 – April 14, 1-3 pm
This beginner digital photography course is based in the studio, and participants will learn about
the proper interior lighting needed to take great photographs! Students will select their own
subject matter, including still life compositions, and portraiture. Images will be printed (suitable
for framing) at the completion of the course. Get the most out of your new digital camera.
A digital camera is required—preferably with full manual controls.
Introduction to Ceramic Sculpture with Kerry Harman
Tuesdays, April 21 – May 12, 1-3 pm
Celebrate the return of Spring by creating sculptures that can add color and delight to your early
garden and patio. Participants will use forms from an extruder as well as slab, pinch, and coil
techniques to create fun items suitable for outdoor display. From beginner to advanced!
NHTI’s Visual Arts studios are located at 254 North State Street, next door to GoodLife Programs and Activities. Brought to you by the Centennial Senior Center. For more information visit call (603) 228-6630 or email info@GoodLifeNH.org.
Jan 9, 2015