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Northern Maine Community College Holds 2015 Job Fair

Northern Maine Community College Holds 2015 Job Fair

| March 17, 2015

These eager job seekers scan the gymnasium at Northern Maine Community College for job openings. “Every table. Every business in here is looking for workers, not just one worker, but several workers. It’s important to the school because it kind of blends in with the trade programs and with all the programs that NMCC offers,” says […]

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NMCC’s New “One-Button Studio”

NMCC’s New “One-Button Studio”

| March 10, 2015

Thanks to a $10,000 grant, Northern Maine Community College was able to construct a brand new media studio. The unique thing about this studio is the endless possibilities it holds. In less than a minute, you can begin recording your own professional quality videos. In the 1-button studio, the camera, lights, and audio are taken care […]

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Bath Iron Works Holds Teleconference With Trade & Tech. Students At NMCC For Recruitment

Bath Iron Works Holds Teleconference With Trade & Tech. Students At NMCC For Recruitment

| May 9, 2014

A unique opportunity has come to students at a local community college. One of the bigger employers in Maine held a video conference today to recruit potential job applicants. Bath Iron Works has hundreds of current job openings, and they’re looking at Northern Maine Community College for potential new hires. It’s an unusual way for […]

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NMCC Offers Late Start Semester

NMCC Offers Late Start Semester

| September 5, 2013

NMCC students are hitting the books in the campus library. They’ve been back at it since late August, when classes started. And even though the regular admission deadline has passed, NMCC officials are excited to announce that for the first time, students have one more chance to enroll. Bill Egeler, Dean of Students says, “Colleges […]

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Wind Power Technology

Wind Power Technology

| November 16, 2012

Wind Farms have been cropping up all over Maine and creating jobs.  Some of the people working on those farms are students from Northern Maine Community College.  Their training program has helped develop some skilled workers for this evolving industry.

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