- NESCom Blog: Northern Faces records at NESCom for 89.3fm WHSN Bangor.
Equal Vision recording artists Northern Faces visited the studios of WHSN 89.3 FM last week to promote their first full-length album, set for release in early 2015. The interview and performance for WHSN was recorded in the audio engineering studio of the New England School of Communications by the…
- As the sun sets, we wish our Jewish students, alumni, faculty and staff a happy Hanukkah.
A group of Husson volunteers made their way to Augusta this past weekend to participate in the 15th Annual Maine State First LEGO League Robotics Championship of 2014. Thank you to all the volunteers for your time and dedication to this project!
- Don't miss today's open studio event at Hart Studio. It's your chance to see all the great work done by your fellow students!
- Are you ready for finals?
18 Crazy Things People Have Done To Avoid Studying For Finals
It's not crazy. It's procrastination.
- Tonight Animal Planet runs a marathon of Yankee Jungle which includes work from Associate Producer (and 2012 NESCom Video Production grad) Cory Landrock.
It's going to be a very Yankee weekend! Catch the YANKEE JUNGLE marathon this SATURDAY, starting at 8P. An ALL NEW EPISODE airs at 9P, with encore episodes at 8P, 10P, 11P and 12A. Only on Animal Planet. Photo Credit: Ken Lamb
- For NESCom students, applying what you've learned in the classroom is an everyday occurrence.
Live sound students working tonight's show by @[17438466558:274:Sully Erna] of @[65461877454:274:Godsmack] at the @[249759131709324:274:Gracie Theatre].
- Monday, from 1 to 6:30pm you are invited to a Fine Arts exhibit in Hart Studio (formerly Hart Basement). The showcase includes work from the Drawing, Painting, Pastels, Photography and Graphic Design courses. You view the work and even participate in the Community Art Piece: The Lost Bird Project.
In addition to the works displayed, lighting for the exhibit will be provided by the NESCom Advances Lighting class. Admission is free and all are welcome! Refreshments will be served from 4:30 to 6:30.
- Students from Hermon High School visited campus today to work with the Web Design Content Layer class as part of this week's Hour of Code events.
At NESCom we continue to build relationships through outreach programs such as Articulation Agreements which offer high school students the opportunity to earn college credit. This program provides benefits for both the instructor and the student.
As an Articulation Agreement teacher, we provide you with contact information for NESCom Departmental Directors so that you can always feel free to contact someone in your subject area to get an answer.
In addition, an Admissions Representative is available to visit your class to educate your students on this agreement as well as to update you on changes happening at NESCom.
Likewise, your students will receive an Application Fee Waiver Form and the opportunity to earn three communication credits for meeting the guidelines of the class and the articulation agreement.
If you are interested in learning more about how an Articulation Agreement may help your program please feel free to contact us at 1-800-877-1876 or email email@example.com.
NESCom has articulation agreements with the following
|High school articulation agreements
(good through 6/30/2014):
Hampden Academy (ME)
Hancock County Technical Center (ME)
Mid Maine Technical Center (ME)
Mountain Valley High School (ME)
Tri County Technical Center (ME)
Region 3: Northern Penobscot Technical Center (ME)
Salem High School (NH)
Londonderry High School (NH)
Pinkerton Academy (NH)
Barre Technical Center (VT)
Northwest Technical Center (VT)
River Valley Technical Center (VT)
Stafford Technical Center (VT)
|College articulation agreements
Central Maine Community College