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5 Things to Do Over Winter Break for Spring Success

Ideas for Winter Break at NHTI

The holidays are done, the weather is colder, and you’re out of class for the next few weeks. It’s easy to fall into the binge pit, playing “Cyberpunk 2077” until your fingers hurt and following it up with an all-night marathon to catch up on a season’s worth of “Mandalorian.” … And that can be just […]

President’s Desk: Why A College Education?

President's Desk: Why College blog post

By Gretchen E. Mullin Sawicki In recent times, more and more people have pondered whether it’s worth the time and money to go to college. The pandemic certainly accentuated feelings of uncertainty; however, even before our current tumultuous time, there was a decline in the public’s belief in the value of education. Soaring tuition costs […]

NHTI Spring 2021 Semester FAQ

NHTI Spring Semester 2021 FAQ

With the spring 2021 semester right around the corner, we’re sure you have a lot of questions. As a continuation of our Fall 2020 schedule, our NHTI community is working hard to stay healthy, stay together, and stay learning for the Spring 2021 semester. We’ll be wearing masks on campus, in buildings, and when in […]

NHTI Hosts Wings of Knowledge Event

NHTI Mountain Climbing

A Conversation with Mark Synnott CONCORD – NHTI – Concord’s Community College invites the community to participate in a virtual book talk, Q&A session, and book raffle with North Face athlete Mark Synnott. Join in conversation about his life as a writer and climber and his book The Impossible Climb – an insider perspective of […]

Almanac Predicts Snowy Winter – What This Means for Your NHTI Classes

Students in snow at nhti

We’re in New Hampshire. We’re going to have campus closures due to snow and ice. But, this year could be worse than most: The Farmer’s Almanac, the perennial prognosticator written right here in the 603, predicts that this winter will be much snowier than last year, with the white stuff measured in feet rather than […]

Mindfulness: See Clearly and Act Wisely

By Dan Huston, NHTI professor Our world is in in the midst of unprecedented upheaval on a variety of fronts. Recent events have presented us with new challenges and revealed old ones, leaving us to accept that certain uncomfortable realities within our community, our society, and perhaps ourselves exist. To make significant change, we need […]

NHTI Announces Mindfulness Speaker Series

Cairns on a mountainside

CONCORD – NHTI – Concord’s Community College will host Mindfulness in Society: Moving from Stress Reduction to Transformation, a speaker series taking place each Monday evening in October from 5 – 6:30 p.m. For information: www.nhti.edu/mindfulness The series will kick off with an opening 15-minute meditation by the renowned Sharon Salzberg. Sharon is a pioneer in […]

NHTI Hosts ‘Storytelling in the Digital Age: The Dawn of a New Genre’

CONCORD – NHTI – Concord’s Community College will sponsor Prof. Ann McClellan from Plymouth State University to present Storytelling in the Digital Age through a grant received from the New Hampshire Humanities’ Humanities to Go series. The program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13, from 6-7 p.m. and is open to the general public. Those […]

A Closer Look at NHTI Microcredentials for Businesses

NHTI’s Business and Training Center is committed to understanding the need of today’s workforce, businesses, and organizations, and to providing the best instructors and targeted training that delivers results. Each microcredential program provides you with a full understanding of the objectives in a proven methodology. Rather than a one-day “bootcamp” or two-day “workshop,” our online […]

Understanding OER: How Alternative Resources Could Replace College Textbooks

Open Educational Resource (OER) is a hot topic these days as we all cope with increasing textbook prices and fewer available resources. Buying books is a significant portion of college costs, especially for those of us with limited budgets. The OER movement seeks to provide alternatives to expensive books with open textbooks that are free […]

Getting Social During the Pandemic: Exploring Virtual Options

A Monthly Blog Series from Student Affairs By Dr. Laura Pantano Twenty-eight years ago this August, I began my college career. Looking back to those first days, I remember being excited about starting a new adventure. The idea of learning material that was interesting and would put me on a path towards a career was […]

NHTI Announces Fall Reopening Plans

Offerings to mix online and on-campus classes to put safety first FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Aug. 4, 2020 CONCORD– NHTI – Concord’s Community College will reopen this fall with great attention to maintaining social distancing while ensuring students have access to the curriculum and hands-on learning required for each particular course. Offerings will primarily be online […]