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Advanced Manufacturing Open HouseEmployers Flock to Advanced Manufacturing Career Fair

Nearly a dozen high-tech companies set up shop in Little Hall on Tuesday April 29, searching for future employees among NHTI's engineering students and alumni.  Sponsored by AMPedNH, the fair lasted most of the afternoon and drew a lively crowd of potential employers, job-seeking students, and proud professors.


AMPed NHTI logoAbove, students confer with representatives of
L-3 Communications, a worldwide corporation with
offices in NH and MA.

NHTI Afield

Creative Non-fiction class

NHTI's Creative Non-Fiction class on a field trip to Portsmouth, NH.  Pictured are Prof. Jewel Davis (far left) with students Will Roller, Amanda Schoenfeld, Kat Shea, Crystal Labrecque, Alex Fleming, Dexter Drouin, Kaitlyn Boyd,
Jess Bonacorsi, Brendan Blanchard
, and Elias Barrow.





Sports Management Club in Nashville

Several members of NHTI’s Sports Management Club attended the annual National Intramural and Recreation Sports Association (NIRSA) Conference in Nashville, TN, from April 23-26.  Pictured from left are Tim Martin, Michael Leduc, a Music City street crooner, Club President Bridget Hersey, Club Advisor Mike Moffett, and Katie Bungay.




Dr Anni's Media Class at WKXLDr. Anni’s Media Studies Class tours Concord’s community radio station WKXL with General Manager Chris Ryan.  Pictured at right: Chantal Hoyt, Dylan Webster, Catherine Mermin, Alex Russell, Molly Meservey, Victoria Dow, Bridget Yeaton, Brittany Lojko, Joshua McPhee, Peter Ntourntourekas, Tylor Bouchard, Hattie Cadreat and Jarad Taillefer.  Not pictured:  Brandon Beaudoin, Rachel Brill, John DeAngelo, John Denis, Kennedi Duval, Gavin Geick, Connor Hall, Jean Muhizi, Gunnar Mattson, and Rebecca Pouliot.


May 2, 2014

Also In This Issue ...

WorkReady Open House
Freshman Award Winners

NHTI Afield

Vets Plant for Pres
Learning Ctr Tutors

Capitol Center
Red River Theatres


Campus Safety Information

The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of April 14-20, 2014.  The numbers reflect only the incidents the Safety Department handled directly. To view the NHTI crime log of the past 60 days reported incidents please visit the Campus Safety office at 1 Institute Drive.

Lock/Key Issues:  6
Lost and Found:  8
Medical:  1
Motor Vehicle:  2
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts:  8
NHTI Campus Policy:  1
Tickets Issued:  7
Outside Vendor Assists:  10
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)


Campus Safety Information Corner

The NHTI Campus Safety Department would like to wish everyone the best of luck on their finals and congratulate the graduating class of 2014.  May all your hopes and dreams come true!