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North Essex Community College (also known as NECC or NECCO) is a state-sponsored, two-year community college in Essex County in northeast Massachusetts. This college is for Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire people. Eastern Essex is one of 15 community college in the Massachusetts Higher Ed. system. Over 6,600 undergraduates enroll in approximately 70 Merrimack Valley Academic Degrees and Certification programmes, and a further 3,400 are taking continuing professional training courses on the Merrimack Valley and in companies and communities throughout the country.
The program provides post-secondary learning through the associates degrees levels, which include careers in areas such as healthcare and healthcare, computer, criminal law, para-legal study and degrees in deafness, and tens of transcription programmes for college graduates who begin their Northern Essex training and for their juniors and seniors, finally deserving a bachelor's or higher one.
We also offer development classes in written, mathematics and English as a second language to help our college graduates get ready for work at college levels, as well as professional development and individual development programmes. and the Essex County Sheriff's Academy, und der Essex County Sheriff's Academy. There are more than two dozen faculties and admins in the Northern Essex Speakers Bureau.
It has a Haverhill College (100 Elliott Street) with seven campuses, among them the David Hartleb Technology Center (built in 2005) and the Behrakis One-Stop Student Center. Dimitry Building (45 Franklin Street); iHealth@NECC (45 Franklin Street), The Louise Haffner Fournier Education Center (78 Amesbury Street); NECC Riverwalk (360 Merrimack Street, directly on Interstate 495; Dr. Ibrahim El Hefni Allied Health and Technology Center (414 Common Street); and another institution in 420 Common Street.
Northern Essex opened its gates to 186 pupils at the then Greenleaf Primary School on Chadwick Street in Bradford in the autumn of 1961. It was a favourite from the very beginning and in 1971 the Haverhill Camp was constructed in the Bucolian part of Route 110. Dimitry Building in Lawrence opened in 1991, followed by Louise Haffner Fournier Education Center 2005 and the NECC Riverwalk 2010.
El-Hefni Allied Health and Technology Buildings, the campus's newest addition, was added in 2014. The Northern Essex Community College has over 70 associated qualifications and certifications, divided into 14 areas of study: Home of Parnassus, a national acclaimed and award-winning literature series. It is an annual, student-run and widely read literature journal containing students' works in the fields of literature, poesy, creative books, fine and applied literature, as well as fine and photographic work.
The Parnassus 2011 was recently presented with the renowned Pacemaker Award of the Associated Collegiate Press. This year' s 2013 issue was recently voted first in the Eastern Division of the Community College Humanities Association for the fifth time in a row. Each year Parnassus has invited a number of exceptional New England writers, including Steve Almond, Andre Dubus III, Stephen King and most recently Gregory Maguire.