March 2013

Brian Inkell photoBrian Inkell, WMCC Culinary Program, Class of 2011

Resort Banquet Chef, Omni Mt. Washington, Bretton Woods NH.

Students and instrutorRiver Valley CC and Great Bay CC are among those NH institutions enhancing math and biological science curriculum through advanced research opportunities undertaken by students in consultation with faculty and post-doctoral researchers from partner colleges incuding Dartmouth, UNH, Keene State College and Coby Sawyer College.   

Mike Tuttle PhotoIt was an act of desperation, really. I had thought about going back to school before, but I was starting to approach middle age and I didn't think it was possible. My upbringing was steeped in working-class ritualism, and I was always told that you had but one opportunity to go to college; right after high-school. After that, it wasn't possible.

CISCO Lab photo






Community college students across New Hampshire participate in internships to strengthen education-to-career pathways.  From fields as diverse as hospitality, automotive technology, business and computer technologies, students are learning about employer expectations and seeing the real-world application of their knowledge. 

For Immediate Release
February 26, 2013
Contact Foundation Exectutive director
Amy Bourgault 603-230-3560

Concord, NH...The Community Colleges of New Hampshire Foundation recently awarded $37,500 in PSNH/NASA Space Grant Scholarships.  The scholarship program is made possible through a NASA  Grant and a generous donation from Public Service of New Hampshire, the State’s largest electric utility.