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From EASTEX Motorsports Carroll Shelby was born and raised in East Texas minutes from Adam Poland’s home town of Mount Vernon, Texas. As a way of giving back to his community and career, Carroll Shelby funded the startup of the Carroll Shelby Automotive Technology Program at Northeast Texas Community College, located in Mount Pleasant, Texas.
The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball team kicked off its spring season last Friday with two wins against Cedar Valley Community College. The Eagles started the season off on the right foot with a 2-0 shutout. Brandon Colbert, of Pittsburg, got the win. “Brandon dominated from the first inning. He was keeping the batters off balance and
Congratulations to our very own Judy Jackson! She was presented with the Drucilla Pruitt Memorial Woman of the Year Award at Thursday’s Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce banquet. Allen Weatherford (pictured right) presented Judy with the award. Judy was acknowledged for her years of active service for both NTCC and other Camp County causes.
Submitted by: Rene’ McCracken, Director of Agriculture NTCC A group of Northeast Texas Community College sustainable agriculture students and faculty attended the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Conference (SAWG) in Mobile, Alabama January 15-17. This international conference has been encouraging and fostering a network of sustainable agriculturists and farmers for 24 years. In fact, it was this SAWG conference
This article was provided by the Texas Association of Community College Marketers (TACCM) “I Owe It All to Community College,” an op-ed piece published in The New York Times and written by Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks, gives readers insight on the impact Chabot College, a community college in Hayward, California, had on his
The Northeast Police Academy at Northeast Texas Community College is now accepting applications for its next evening police academy, which begins on Monday, March 2 and will run through September 2015. The evening academy meets from 5-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and every first and third Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This program is designed for working adults
Honors Northeast students and faculty recently took their 14th regional culture trip, a tradition that dates back to 2008. Students toured the Perot Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Nieman Marcus Department store, stopping for snacks and meals at Starbucks, Jorge’s Tex Mex, and the Twisted Root Burger. Some students saw the Dallas Mavericks play