ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Franklin, NH

nhti.edu

NHTI’s ‘Micro Doors for Microcredentials’ Debut in Concord

CONCORD, NH – To expand access to and awareness of the college’s innovative microcredential programs, NHTI–Concord’s Community College has partnered with local businesses during the Intown Concord’s Market Days Festival to promote placement of our “micro doors.” These mini shopfronts are each a few feet tall and contain a QR code that links to more information about specific microcredentials offered at NHTI.
CONCORD, NH
Picture for NHTI’s ‘Micro Doors for Microcredentials’ Debut in Concord
New England News Press

Seacoast ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rallies at Portsmouth, Dover, Exeter

PORTSMOUTH — Numerous “Bans Off Our Bodies” rallies have been scheduled across the region and throughout New Hampshire in the wake of the US Supreme Court’s decision Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion. Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund...
PORTSMOUTH, NH
Picture for Seacoast ‘Bans Off Our Bodies’ rallies at Portsmouth, Dover, Exeter
mychamplainvalley.com

First laps at Loudon

In my first ever racing experience, I attended the New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s fifth annual “Racing Media Challenge.” The event was used to promote July 15-17, a racing weekend including two NASCAR events.
LOUDON, NH
LOCAL CHANNELS
NHPR

Give Back NH: The Mayhew Program

This week, we visit Mayhew Island in Bristol to learn more about how the Mayhew Project, a program for at-risk boys, brings new meaning to the phrase "island life." It's been really interesting to move through the program: start as a boy, go and work in the kitchen when I turned 14, help and make food, prep, wash dishes, and then come out as a counselor and be the role model for these boys that I looked up to when I was a boy.
BRISTOL, NH
laconiadailysun.com

Combating nursing burnout, one workplace at a time

LACONIA — In Joeline Pike’s 31 years as a nurse and nursing assistant, she has learned to spot her own signs of burnout, which peaked during COVID and its wake: Migraines, sleeplessness, relentless worry about her nursing home patients and co-workers — and wondering how much more she could possibly give.
LACONIA, NH
RELATED LOCATIONS
NEARBY CITIES

Roger Wood Talks Nursing Shortage Solutions With Colby Sawyer

In the midst of a serious nursing shortage in New Hampshire, one college is taking an aggressive stance to educate new nurses. That is Colby Sawyer College in New London. The college is in the midst of a $10.5 million fundraising campaign to build a 20,000+ square-foot building to serve as a hub for academic and clinical training. Associate publisher and podcast producer Roger Wood speaks to Kevin Finn, Dean and Professor of the School of Nursing & Health Sciences and Director of Clinical Partnerships about the planned expansion.
NEW LONDON, NH
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
ARCHIVES