Second-year Medical Lab Technology (MLT) students took a field trip to LifeShare in Shreveport, LA this week. The students were able to learn about the blood donation process from donor requirements to collection. After donating blood, students toured components and hospital services.
The Northeast Texas Community College Professional Driving Academy continues to grow and supply high-demand CDL drivers to the local area. Three new students recently graduated from the program. Pictured (from left) is: Jimmy Smith (Director of Continuing Education and Corporate Training), graduates Jerrus Doss, Bradley Crocker, Tiffany Wade, and Aaron Farley (Instructor).
Maiko Estrada (pictured left) and Jessie Parchman (pictured right) have become the 27th, and 28th scholars of Honors Northeast to have published work in a regional journal since 2010. This past week, the forty-first volume of the journal, Touchstone, published by the Texas State Historical Association, was released.
The 2024 Northeast Texas Community College baseball schedule has been completed and includes a total of 55 games under head coach Andy Morgan. The schedule features 20 home dates (31 games) and 15 road dates (24 games). Of the 55 games, 30 are NJCAA Region 14 North Conference games, and 25 are non-conference games.
The NTCC Agriculture Department held a Harvest Local Workshop and Tour on Wednesday, Nov. 29th. Students from the Small Farming course served as guides and instructors to teach visitors about a variety of topics relevant to small farming in East Texas. This served as their final project for the fall semester.
The NTCC Art Department hosted a reception on Wednesday, Nov. 30th to celebrate local quilters who displayed their work in this year's quilt exhibit in the Whatley Center foyer. For the seventh year, quilters brought their treasured art to share with the community. Those who displayed work throughout the month of November included:
The Northeast Texas Community College Nursing Program is now accepting applications for the 2024-2025 academic year. The application, along with more information about the programs, is available at www.ntcc.edu/nursing. The deadlines are as follows...
Each year, the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation awards more than 150 scholarships to help students achieve their educational goals. The funds for these scholarships come from generous individuals, companies, foundations, civic organizations, etc. Scholarships are competitive and awarded based on a variety of criteria including a personal essay.