The Northeast Texas Community College chapter of the Walter Webb Society recently presented work at the group’s statewide fall meeting in Galveston. The focus of NTCC’s presentation was their upcoming film on Texas governors Ma and Pa Ferguson. The Webb Society is the collegiate branch of the Texas State Historical Association. Members of Honors Northeast students typically participate
The Northeast Police Academy at Northeast Texas Community College is now accepting applications for its upcoming police academies. The next evening academy begins November 30 and the Fast-Track day academy begins January 19.The evening academy, which is for continuing education credit only, meets from 5-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and every first and third Saturday
Northeast Texas Community College recently wrapped up its first class in the new Personal Training Certification program. Thirteen students (nine pictured above) completed the program, which involves 15 hours of training that provides students the necessary skills required to become a personal trainer. The course is taught by Dr. Tom Seabourne, NTCC Professor and a nationally known fitness
The Northeast Texas Photography Club will exhibit a collection of work in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College November 9 through December 3. The display will include photography in a variety of styles, all shot by local members. An artist reception will be held Thursday, Nov.
Northeast Texas Community College recently hosted its first Health STAR (Student Training and Access to Resources) program. Over a three-day period, 35 area high school students with an interest in healthcare professions spent time at NTCC and Titus Regional Medical Center (pictured). Students had the opportunity to learn more about the educational requirements for various healthcare fields,
The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host the popular humorist, Jeanne Robertson, on its stage Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Turning 70 years young this year, Robertson continues to charm audiences with her humorous observations about life around her. This former Miss North Carolina, standing tall at
Michael Brown (left) recently gave $500 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation on behalf of his organization, Team Arise. The funds will provide a scholarship to NTCC students who are veterans or children of veterans. Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement, is pictured receiving the gift. To learn more about this and
Congratulations to Brenda Deming, the very first recipient of NTCC’s new Wellness Caught in Action honor! She was spotted in the FIT doing a spinning workout. Brenda was presented with a gift basket in recognition of her steps toward a healthy lifestyle. Her words of wisdom: “You are never too old to spin.”Who will be caught in action next?