Holocaust Survivor Esther Bauer
to Visit NHTI
Wednesday, February 24, 12:00 - 1:30 pm
In this unforgettable and moving lecture, Esther Bauer recounts her harrowing experiences as a Holocaust Survivor, and the story of her amazing, educated, and liberated mother Dr. Marie Anna Jonas, a medical doctor who was stripped of her ability to practice by the Reich Citizen Law. Esther speaks to students as often as she can so that they will "learn what happened, and see to it that it never happens again." Esther's boundless energy and joy for life is infectious, and will leave you filled with respect, awe, and appreciation for the indestructibili
Kindergarten Open House
February 23, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30
- Teachers will be available to answer your questions
- View and Explore the classroom environment
- Enrollment applications will be available at this event
Learn about our unique kindergarten program which addresses NH Department of Education Common Core State Standards and collaborates with campus resources and faculty to enrich children’s academic and developmental skills. The academic year program begins on Tuesday, August 30, 2016. Full day and after-kindergarten options available.
We also offer a transitional summer program beginning June 27 – August 25, 2016.
Call the CFDC at (603) 230-4024 or email email@example.com.
NHTI Dental Hygiene students are eager to serve more clients at our on-campus clinic in MacRury Hall. All are welcome to receive preventive dental services, particularly children ages 5 and up, adults, seniors, and veterans. NHTI students and staff are treated at no charge!
Students provide dental x-ray services including panoramic x-rays for wisdom teeth removal, full mouth series and bite wings. Preventive services include dental cleanings and sealants. For a complete list of services available, click here.
Contact our clinic manager at 230-4023 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule an appointment.
The Biggest Loser Nutritional Information Book is available in the Bistro, on the information table by the register.
It contains nutritional information on the products that the Bistro makes from scratch.
Check it out and be the Biggest Loser!
College Equals Opportunity (CEO) Scholarship
The NHHEAF Network Organizations' College Equals Opportunity (CEO) Scholarship Program provides significant scholarship dollars to deserving college students who demonstrate exceptional leadership abilities, academic talent and financial need. Since inception, $320,000 has been awarded in scholarship to college students from New Hampshire.
The program recognizes current college sophomores and juniors with $2,500 scholarships. Since its inception in 2005, the CEO Scholarship Program has awarded $320,000 to deserving NH college students.
Applications for this scholarship are now being accepted, and are due Friday, 4/22/16. Students may apply at: http://www.nhheaf.org/index.asp?page=events_nhceo_apply
Skrungloo Farm Inc., a NH Non-Profit Charitable Foundations, is seeking applicants for its 2016 Scholarship Awards. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic merit, and other non-academic factors such as community service, school activities and work experience. Applications are due on March 1, 2016. For more information, or to receive a scholarship application, contact Kristine Pries at 225-7170 or email email@example.com.
Marshall Snyder taught chemistry, materials science, and physics at NHTI from 1965 to 1984. He died in 1985. It was the wish of the family to honor the type of student that Marshall enjoyed the most- a student who performed well in the laboratory portion of the course. There will be four scholarships presented during Awards Day on April 12. The scholarships must be used for tuition at NHTI during the Fall Semester 2016.
This scholarship is open to any NHTI student who meets the following criteria:
- Has taken a physical science class (with lab) at NHTI that is not an introductory class. Physical science classes include chemistry and physics classes. Intro to Chemistry (CH100) and Pre-Engineering Physics (PH100) do not count.
- Maintains a minimum GPA of 2.5
Applicants will be evaluated according to the following in each course.
60% - Lab Grade
30% - Course Grade
10% - Professional Evaluation by Course Instructor
Applications are due completed and turned in to Perry Seagroves (Room 219, Little Hall) by March 11, 2016. For more info contact Perry Seagroves at firstname.lastname@example.org or 271-6484 x4303.
The Peter J. Kavalauskas Memorial Scholarship is a $5,000.00 award. The recipient of this award is not eligible for receipt of the Bart M. DallaMura Memorial Scholarship, The Roger G. Marois Memorial Scholarship, or a Northeast Credit Union general scholarship.
The applicant must be a member in good standing of Northeast Credit Union who meets all of the following criteria:
- The applicant must be a current high school student who will be attending a 2 year accredited community college next year.
- The applicant must be in the top 50% of his/her high school class.
- The applicant must have been a member in good standing of Northeast Credit Union for at least one year prior to the date of application.
To apply, eligible members must complete the scholarship application form.
The application, transcripts and essay must be submitted/postmarked by March 14, 2016 to:
Feb 5, 2016