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NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Investing in a Sustainable North Shore PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2013

Investing in a Sustainable North Shore NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2013

NSCC Students by Age

President’s Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Investing in Sustainability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Investing in the North Shore’s Workforce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Building a Sustainable North Shore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Investing in the City of Lynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Investing in Support for NSCC Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 The NSCC Foundation: Partners in Philanthropy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Promoting Community & Civic Engagement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Student Engagement at NSCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Donor Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 College & Foundation Finances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

19 & under 22% 20–24

36%

25–39

28%

40–49

9%

50 & over

5%

2011 Student Profile 60%

are employed full time.

44%

work 40 hours or more per week.

37%

work 30 hours or more per week.

13%

are married.

26%

are parents with children living with them.

49%

care for a dependent.

23%

are non-native English speakers.

41%

describe themselves as academically unprepared.

2011 Graduation Report

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96%

of NSCC students attained their educational goals at NSCC.

78%

of NSCC graduates were employed within three months of graduation.

92%

of NSCC graduates rated their educational experience as excellent or good.

Leadership at NSCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 NSCC’s Service Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

7912

students registered for credit courses in Fall 2012.

In Essex County, health fields — nursing in particular — will dominate new and replacement jobs through

68%

NSCC has

350

of new jobs in Massachusetts will require an A.S. degree or higher by 2018.

TRiO students annually.

322

2017 46% of students received need-based financial assistance in Fall 2012.

$260,568

veterans received benefits in Fall 2012.

was awarded in private scholarships in FY2012.

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NSCC had

Presidential Scholars in Fall 2012.

From the President It has been an exhilarating and expansive 18 months at North Shore Community College. In January 2012 we opened the Commonwealth’s first Zero Net Energy Building, the $32 million, 58,700-square-foot three-story “green” Health Professions & Student Services Building on our Danvers Campus. The building, a model of sustainability, offers cutting edge training and equipment for those seeking allied health careers. Also in January all of our campuses went smoke-free. A year’s planning made the transition smooth and today all those using the College can do so without any danger of second-hand smoke. In May we graduated our largest class ever —1,030 students receiving associate degrees and certificates. To meet demand in our urban center of Lynn, construction of a new building, renovations and “greening” improvements at the existing McGee Building are planned; and this fall we will relocate our popular Culinary Arts and Cosmetology programs to downtown Lynn. We have made significant progress and have much to be proud of. Yet there is always more to do and exciting challenges ahead. I thank our faculty, staff, and students who inspire us, our trustees and business and community partners who work alongside us, and the friends and supporters who sustain us with their gifts of time, talent and resources. All uphold the foundation of what community colleges embody —a deep commitment to student success, academic excellence, accessibility and affordability, and leadership in securing economic viability for the communities we share. Best Regards,

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Investing in Sustainability North Shore Community College’s new Health Professions and Student Services Building, the Commonwealth’s first state-owned Zero Net Energy Building (ZNEB) and second largest public ZNE project in the country, opened for business in January 2012. The sustainability showcase covers 58,000 square feet and consolidates all the College’s health programs, adding state-of-the-art equipment and labs, and houses student and administrative support services. The three-story building features five general academic instruction spaces, as well as nursing, radiology, respiratory, surgical care, animal sciences, and physical and occupational therapy classrooms and lab space. “We feel a tremendous sense of pride and accomplishment to open this very impressive facility for our students and the community we serve,” said NSCC President Wayne Burton. “With this new building, the College opens the door to a future of new possibilities and sustainable efforts for our community. Our students will access the latest technologies to reach their educational goals and we will uphold our commitment to the environment for future generations.” The College broke ground on the building on October 29, 2009. The Health Professions and Student Services Building was designed and sited to reduce energy consumption, maximize resource conservation and minimize waste. One of the key components of sustainable design is the use of natural daylight.

Facility-specific sustainable features include: siting to take advantage of southern exposure; use of daylight to reduce lighting needs, use of renewable energy sources to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs; and incorporation of a green roof to help cool the building in summer and retain heat in winter. Heat pumps in the parking lot bring in condensed water from the wells. Chilled beams supply ventilation from the outside and create convection in the room, making the building cool in the summer and warm in the winter. An end recovery unit recovers 70 percent of the exhaust system waste and airs it outside. Rainwater on the roof is collected and piped from the roof to a tank in the ground. This water is used to flush toilets and irrigate plantings. In addition, the green campus will serve as a real-life laboratory for learning and practicing sustainability. Green components and real-time data of the building will be integrated into curriculum. Over 30 faculty members in 16 departments have worked to incorporate a sustainability thread through their curriculum. Faculty are helping to produce environmentally literate citizens and creating career paths that will make a difference. NSCC has a student Environmental Club with nearly 40 members.

The new building’s green roof helps cool the building in summer and retain heat in winter, in addition to providing a living classroom for NSCC environmental and science students.

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NSCC WINS STATE ENVIRONMENTAL LEADING BY EXAMPLE AWARD North Shore Community College won a 2012 Leading by Example Award for significantly reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, increased recycling, the use of renewable energy, and other clean energy and environmental quality initiatives. The award, in the state college and university category, is based on NSCC’s dedication to environmental stewardship and commitment to: protecting the environment by reducing its carbon footprint; incorporating environmental/

D O N O R S

NSCC expresses deep and sincere appreciation to the Leadership Donors of the College’s Investing in a Sustainable North Shore Campaign, who supported the purchase of the building’s technology and state-of-the-art healthcare training equipment:

sustainable curriculum, goals and objectives

* The Loring Family

community and throughout the North

* The Tallo Family * R.T. Paine and Barbara Metcalf

* The Evelyn Lilly Lutz Foundation & Northeast Health System

* Danversbank Charitable Foundation

* The Cummings Center

* North Shore Bank

* Eastern Bank

into its courses, programs and projects; and promoting sustainability in the College Shore region.

The building demonstrates on multiple levels NSCC’s commitment to contributing to an environmentally sound, economically viable, and socially responsible future for the North Shore region.

A The official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Dbuilding was held on October 17, 2011. Classes began in

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the building in January 2012.

B

NSCC’s Director of the Student Support & Advising Center (SSAC) Dan O’Neil offers a tour of the SSAC in the new building. The SSAC provides: academic advising, new student orientations, career exploration and transfer counseling, tutoring, workshops and more.

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Those entering the new Health Professions and Student Services building from the parking lot find themselves on the second floor, greeted at a Welcome Center, financed by Danversbank Charitable Foundation, which is manned during the day Monday–Friday by friendly staff who help direct visitors appropriately. Shown here is NSCC’s Director of Admissions Jennifer Kirk.

B

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Investing in the North Shore’s Workforce NSCC’s new Health Professions and Student Services Building on its Danvers campus is not only the Commonwealth’s first Zero Net Energy building, but is fully-equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technology to provide cutting-edge education and training for a myriad of health care careers. The new building consolidates all the College’s health programs and adds specially designed space to train students in: Nursing, Physical Therapy, Radiological Technology, Respiratory Care, Occupational Therapy, Surgical Technology, Medical Assisting, and Animal Sciences. Each area has its own dedicated practice lab and teaching space and will share hands-on simulation suites and control rooms. Instruction is enhanced in “smart” classrooms equipped with white boards, web access and other technological advancements. The consolidation of the health programs under one very modern roof allows for more interaction between programs, which serve as resources to each other. Health professions students learn on equipment that meets or exceeds what they will find in regional hospitals and other community health centers, including a two-suite Patient Simulation Laboratory. The lab is equipped with two high fidelity patient simulators and video streaming capacity to the nursing skills laboratory and select classrooms in the building. In addition, there is a new spacious state-of-the-art Nursing Skills Lab with six patient care stations that allow students to learn and practice in simulated patient care environments. This lab features an infant and two adult simulators and a bar coding medication dispensing system. The lab is designed to accommodate small groups of students to learn and practice nursing assessment and patient care skills. NSCC is the first educational program to have a wireless digital X-ray system for students in the state of Massachusetts.

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Occupational therapy patients come in all shapes and sizes and NSCC is equipped to handle them all! Here a child works with a specially designed ball during a practice session.

B

New equipment in NSCC’s Occupational Therapy program includes state-of-the-art lifts which allow professors to show students how to care for patients who may be unable to move on their own.

C

It is nearly impossible to tell the difference between a real operating room and scrub station and NSCC’s surgical care lab! Here an instructor and student review the instrument preparation tray and preparation of a simulated patient for surgery.

D

It’s all about the breathing in NSCC’s Respiratory Therapy program. Here students work with a simulated dummy to practice treatment modalities.

E

NSCC’s Animal Care Specialist program, one of only several in the Commonwealth, is designed for students wishing to work with dogs, cats and other small animals, but not as a groomer or vet technician. Students work with both live and simulated animals in the program’s expanded new facilities which include an operating room, x-ray area, bathing stations, an outside exercise yard and kennels.

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Students in NSCC’s Licensed Practical Nursing program practice new skills on a simulated baby.

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Students practice on NSCC’s wireless digital X-ray system, the first of its kind at Massachusetts colleges.

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B

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Building a Sustainable North Shore NSCC has a holistic approach that engages the entire College community in sustainability and the application of green principles. North Shore Community College’s state-of-the-art Health Professions and Student Services Building, the Commonwealth’s first state-owned Zero Net Energy Building, demonstrates on multiple levels the College’s commitment to create an environmentally sound, economically viable, and socially responsible future for the North Shore region. NSCC President Wayne Burton says, “An educational institution

planned. This change was driven by the construction of NSCC’s

has to live the values it espouses. We hope that NSCC students

new building, which contains the water bottle refill systems

will learn integrity while at our school, but integrity is

now being replicated across campus.

not taught in classrooms – it’s taught by the behaviors of institutions – particularly public institutions. The Health Professions and Student Services Building is living proof to our students, employees and residents of the region of our commitment to sustainability.”

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The water bottle refill stations look like traditional water fountains but offer no-touch, sanitary refills of filtered water. Each refill station has a counter with an LED screen that shows the user the number of water bottles that have been refilled. Since the water bottle refill stations have been installed,

As part of its sustainable practices, NSCC provides recycling

students, staff and faculty, by using reusable water bottles,

containers and has installed water bottle refill stations on

have kept thousands of plastic bottles out of the College’s

both its Lynn and Danvers campuses with additional stations

waste stream.

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The Horticulture program’s annual plant sale is a favorite with faculty and staff.

B

Students from various clubs participated in national “Earth Day” by volunteering at a cleanup at Lynn Woods.

C

NSCC holds an annual Sustainability Fair for the community each fall on its Danvers campus which features green vendors and technology. The fair is part of a multi-faceted outreach strategy that is part of NSCC’s commitment to being a role model and educational partner with the region on sustainability.

D

NSCC’s own Wayne “Peace Man” Knight and his wife show how they garden at the Sustainability Fair.

E Professor Joe Modugno teaches in the

B

College’s English program and is the advisor of the student Environmental Club.

F

NSCC’s Environmental Club is very active and has over 40 members. The Club helps educate the College community about the importance of living sustainably.

C

B

D

C

E

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Investing in the City of Lynn Ten Lynn residents, who will attend North Shore Community College (NSCC), are the first recipients of the NSCC Foundation’s Believe in Lynn scholarships, which were created to benefit NSCC students who are either Lynn residents or who graduated from the Lynn public school system. The students were presented with their scholarships at a breakfast held for the students and their families at the College on August 17. The scholarships are part of NSCC’s Believe in Lynn initiative,

“The Sovereign Bank Foundation is proud to partner with

which supports: scholarships for Lynn youth and other Lynn

North Shore Community College as we join you in providing

residents who are transitioning to NSCC; college readiness

educational opportunity to our young people who reside in the

programs with Lynn schools to prepare students for college-

City of Lynn. Access to education and financial support has

level courses; community programming through NSCC’s Public

never been more critical to changing the lives of young people

Policy Institute; workforce development partnerships with

and their families,” said Sonia L. Alleyne, vice president of

Lynn businesses; and the expansion of NSCC’s Lynn campus.

Community Reinvestment and Foundation Division Manager

Contributors to the Believe in Lynn scholarships include private

for Sovereign Bank.

donors to the NSCC Foundation and community partners

“The Salem Five Believe in Lynn scholarships are perfectly

such as Salem Five Bank and Sovereign Bank, which initiated

aligned with the strategic thrust of the Salem Five Charitable

the Salem Five Believe in Lynn and the Sovereign-Santander

Foundation, which specifically supports the areas of

Believe in Lynn scholarship funds respectively.

financial literacy, economic self-sufficiency and workforce development,” said Martha Acworth, Chief Marketing Officer at Salem Five. “When we read about the College’s “Lynn Initiative” we felt it was in perfect alignment with our goals. We have believed strongly in Lynn for decades, and see great opportunity for the future of our many employees, customers, small businesses, and large companies based in Lynn.”

Access to education and financial support has never been more critical to changing the lives of young people and their families. As part of its commitment to the Lynn community, NSCC has created Believe in Lynn scholarships, which are awarded annually to graduating high school seniors from Lynn Classical High School, Lynn English High School, Lynn Vocational Technical Institute or one of the Lynn Alternative High School Programs. Scholarships are $1500, $750 per semester for two semesters.

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LYNN EXPANSION From nearly the day the Thomas McGee Building opened its doors in downtown Lynn in 1986, demand has outpaced supply in terms of space. With the double digit enrollment surges of the past five years, the need for additional space is greater than ever. A recent study concluded that the construction of a new 31,000 square foot addition and the selective renovation and re-purposing of 18,000 square feet of the McGee building, will address the College’s most immediate needs. The new addition will house areas for: student services; a Center for Alternative Studies & Educational Testing; academic technology/distance learning; classrooms and study space. Following the relocation of certain programs from the McGee building to the new addition, various offices and classrooms in the McGee Building will be renovated.

A

The changes are expected to: enhance the school’s civic presence; engage the school with the surrounding community; and reinforce the goals of the Lynn Master Plan.

B

The three-phase project implementation is expected to take 22 months and is estimated to cost $29,745,475.

A

NSCC hopes that state funding will come through this year for the expansion and renovation of its urban campus in downtown Lynn. Shown here are proposed new views of the building from either entrance as well as an overall placement schematic.

C

B

President Burton presents plans for expansion and renovation of the College’s Lynn campus. College officials are working diligently with the state and its legislative delegation to get the project on the State’s capital project list so that plans can progress over the next few years.

C

Students in NSCC’s Cosmetology and Culinary Arts programs will be trading space at the old Essex Agricultural Technical High School for brand new, state-of-the-art facilities at 270 Union Street in Lynn when these programs are relocated in the fall of 2013. The Lynn community will be able to take advantage of the students’ learning experiences through the seasonal Scholar’s Den Restaurant and Salon & Spa.

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Investing in Support for NSCC North Shore Community College (NSCC) and the NSCC Foundation’s Investing in a Sustainable North Shore Gala & Auction fundraiser raised $49,000 for student scholarships, equipment for health programs and the Believe in Lynn initiative. Nearly 200 people attended the event at the Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown and enjoyed festive food; entertainment by pianist Phil Porter and the Salem Theatre Company; a live auction conducted by guest auctioneer John Archer (see C) and a silent auction. “North Shore Community College has long provided hope and the fulfillment of dreams through the attainment of education,” said Joseph Riley, Executive Vice President at Eastern Bank and President of the NSCC Foundation. “Never before have so many needed the services of the College. The Gala was an important part of our fundraising efforts to ensure NSCC’s ability to continue answering the call.”

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C

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Students

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NSCC Trustee Joanne Fortunato from Saugusbank peruses items at the Gala’s silent auction.

B

Event sponsor Eastern Bank guests included, seated from L–R: Donna Riley, Eastern Bank Executive VP and NSCC Foundation President Joseph Riley, Edward and Kelly Lomasney. Standing from L–R: Karen and Robert Carbone, Laura Kurzrok, Lisa Carbone, Jill and Andrew Belliveau.

C

NSCC Board of Trustee Beth Hogan, Director of Development Tatiana Burgos Espinal and John Archer, who served as the event auctioneer, enjoy themselves during the dinner and silent and live auction at the Investing in a Sustainable North Shore Gala & Auction fundraiser held at the Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown.

D

North Shore Bank and People’s United Bank sponsored the Gala. Their guests included, standing from L–R: North Shore Bank VP of Human Resources and NSCC Foundation Secretary Beth Tichy and husband Steve Tichy, Ginny and David LaFlamme, President & CEO of North Shore Bank. Seated from L–R: People United Bank’s Massachusetts Community Development & CRA Officer Kevin Noyes, Debra Devenne and Anthony Petrazzuoli.

E

Seated at President Burton’s table were, from L–R: Mrs. Barbara Metcalf and Executive Director of Girls, Inc. Deborah Ansourlian. Standing from L–R: NSCC Foundation Director R.T. Paine Metcalf, Special Assistant to the President Catherine Anderson, NSCC President Dr. Wayne Burton, VP of Human Resource Development Madeline Wallis and VP of Student and Enrollment Services Donna Richemond.

A

F

NSCC Foundation Treasurer James Tallo and guest enjoying the Gala event.

G

D

E

Business leaders from various fields, all serving North Shore communities, supported the Gala fundraiser. Standing from L–R: Beverly Co-op Bank Human Resource Director Taryn Harrington, North Shore Workforce Investment Board’s Executive Director Mary Sarris and Mark Whitmore, Steve Carhart, President of North Shore InnoVentures & NSCC Trustee Dr. Martha Farmer, and NSCC Foundation Director Binkley Shorts. Seated from L–R: Northeast Health System’s VP of Human Resources Althea Lyons, Human Resources Generalist Linda Abbott, Director of Employment & Employee Relations Marcia Griesdorf, and Nurse Recruiter Leanne Francis.

H

Nursing Class of 2012 Officers Jackie Ashton, VP and Melanie Maloney, President were in attendance at the Gala representing their class.

I

NSCC staffers were on hand to enjoy the event. Seated from L–R: Diana Kerry, Dr. Joanne Light, Dr. Lloyd Holmes and Susan Curry. Standing from L–R: John Duff, Mel Potozak, Jill Thornton, Laurie LaChapelle and Jen Kirk.

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The NSCC Foundation: Partners in Philanthropy Scholarship Breakfast Every year the NSCC Foundation requests applications for scholarships for the following academic year. Scholarships are awarded in April and presented to students at the Foundation’s Scholarship Awards Breakfast in May, where recipients and donors get to know each other over breakfast. The Breakfast is a

The NSCC Foundation, Inc. was established in 1985 to build necessary endowment through private fund-raising to ensure quality and accessible education for students. The mission of the Foundation is to raise funds for technical assistance, facilities, cultural and educational programs, and to aid financially burdened, but academically distinguished NSCC students. The Foundation currently administers a $5.5 million general endowment fund, more than 100 named scholarship accounts, and general-purpose grants. Over 3,259 students have been awarded $2.66 million in scholarships since 1985. In 2012, the Foundation awarded 265 scholarships totaling over $260,568 in financial assistance to students who excel both in the classroom and in service to the college and community. Financial awards range from $500 to $1,500 and are made possible by the generosity of individuals, organizations, and businesses.

donor favorite and is a great opportunity for students to thank their donors in person and talk about their academic and professional goals.

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The annual NSCC Scholarship Breakfast is a festive event which pairs students with the donors who make their scholarships possible. Shown from L-R: Tom Lizotte and student Colen O’Kane representing the Lizotte Family Scholarship; Lenora Dawson, representing the Danielle Yagjian Memorial Scholarship; Desiree Stella, recipient of the Yagjian Family Scholarship, along with scholarship donors, Cheryl and Richard Yagjian; scholarship winner Angela Panevino and Jared Yagjian, representing the Danielle Yagjian Memorial Scholarship; and Nicole Lizotte.

Julie Espina’s Rose won Best-in-Show at NSCC’s Canines to College, a fun family day for dogs and their humans which raised funds for NSCC’s Believe in Lynn scholarships that benefit Lynn residents attending NSCC.

NSCC STEM programs supported by Verizon and Comcast Foundations Verizon Foundation supported NSCC students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) initiatives at the College. Programs provided new technologies for learning and supplemental instruction through tutoring. The College also hosted STEM career days in both Danvers and Lynn with area high schools and vocational/ technical high schools. Bridges to the Stars is a support program for women and minorities in STEM disciplines. The program serves Lynn students who are first-generation or from low-income families. Bridges seeks to mitigate these factors and ensure academic success for those enrolled. The Comcast Foundation’s support provided a laptop loaner program for students, funded professional tutors and supplemental instruction for students in chemistry and math, and incorporated a visiting speaker component with business and industry STEM practitioners to interact with students.

A

Events

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Commencement is always a festive time of year at NSCC. NSCC was proud to have Nobel Prize Laureate Peter Diamond of MIT as its Commencement speaker, shown here being led by Dr. Sheldon Brown, Commencement Grand Marshall. Dr. Diamond’s son Peter graduated with an Occupational Therapy degree.

B

NSCC’s Karima Erriha (tan jacket), an engineering student, was selected as the College’s representative in the State’s 29 Who Shine recognition event held annually at the State House. One promising student from each of the State’s 29 public institutions of higher learning is honored for their academic excellence and pursuit of a STEM career.

B

C

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NSCC Alumna Maryanne Atkinson, who was recently promoted to Dean of Health Professions at NSCC, was honored by the NSCC Alumni Association as its Alumna of the Year.

D

A graduate receives a well-deserved hug for his accomplishment.

E

President Burton was a strong supporter of the Support for Students (S4S) Campaign which raised $4,860 to provide students in need with cafeteria vouchers for emergency meals, loans & grants for life emergencies, and scholarships to pay for classes.

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Promoting Community & Civic Engagement North Shore Community College prides itself on its commitment to community and civic engagement and service-learning. This emphasis expanded exponentially when Wayne Burton became president of the college in 2000. President Burton was instrumental in the creation of the College’s ServiceLearning program, a teaching and learning method that connects meaningful community service experiences with academic learning. Today three areas of the college primarily support and advance community and civic engagement: the Service-Learning program, community service activities sponsored through Student Life, and the College’s Public Policy Institute (PPI), the only one in existence at a community college in New England. The college has a full-time servicelearning coordinator whose responsibilities include facilitating the coordination of all service-learning activities within the College, promoting and supporting service-learning, working with Student Life to support community service activities, collaborating with the Public Policy Institute, and maintaining all records and data. The depth and breadth of the College’s dedication has resulted in NSCC receiving national recognition awards, including the 2010 Community Engagement Classification from The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The classification acknowledges significant commitment to and demonstration of community engagement. NSCC was one of only 12 community colleges chosen out of the 115 U.S. colleges and universities selected to receive the designation. The Carnegie Foundation’s announcement noted, “NSCC’s application documented excellent alignment among mission, culture, leadership, resources, and practices that support dynamic and noteworthy community engagement. The College provided evidence of exemplary institutionalized practices of community engagement.” In addition, NSCC has been selected four consecutive years for the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts and service to America’s communities. The Community Service Honor Roll is the highest federal recognition a school can achieve for its commitment to service-learning and civic engagement. Honorees for the award were chosen based on scope and innovation of service projects, percentage of student participation in service activities, incentives for service, and the extent to which the school offers academic service-learning courses.

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Regional Engagement More than 220,000 North Shore residents have taken courses at NSCC over the last 40 years. Over 82% of our 27,000+ graduates live and work on the North Shore.

Partnerships are key at NSCC. It has a special commitment to working with the Lynn school system, as shown here at the Marshall Middle School celebrating its College for Every Student collaboration.

A

The College sponsors a “Day of Service” each semester when students, faculty and staff are encouraged to volunteer their time to complete a special, much-needed project. Here volunteers paint and transform a classroom at a Lynn elementary school.

B

President Burton presents one of many certificates of recognition for student participation in service learning activities to student Beatrice Varga.

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NSCC students get involved in many community service projects. Here they are decorating tee shirts in recognition of World Aids Day during a special forum at the College.

D For the sixth year NSCC sent students and staff to New Orleans to continue post-Katrina rebuilding. Students raise funds to support their week of hard work and lifetime experiences.

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Student Engagement at NSCC

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Beyond academics, NSCC offers its students a myriad of ways to engage socially and civically on and off campus. NSCC’s Student Life office is the center for student involvement and development. Students have the opportunity to develop personal, organizational and civic leadership skills, and to create meaningful lasting memories through their participation in clubs, organizations and a variety of community service projects. Leadership development programs on campus include the Presidential Scholars program, the Leadership Society, and Phi Theta Kappa. The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official voice of the student body which encourages self-government and promotes responsibility, loyalty, and cooperation among students, faculty, and the administration. The Pennon is the student newspaper and SPARK is NSCC’s award-winning student magazine, which annually showcases outstanding literary work, fine art and multimedia by NSCC students.

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NSCC designated a Military Friendly School

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Veterans are an important student population at NSCC, which has been designated a Military Friendly School by the national organization, G.I. Jobs, two years in a row. Through a major federal grant, the College has expanded and enhanced its offerings to include: a dedicated Veteran’s Services Specialist, a student Veteran’s Club, an official chapter of the Veterans National Honor Society, and credit for life experience testing— and most recently converted space on its Danvers campus to a Veteran’s Drop-In Center. NSCC’s Veterans program is coordinated by Kristine Babcock, herself a veteran, shown here, front left.

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NSCC’s Presidential Scholars program is for incoming high school students who have demonstrated civic engagement and high academic credentials. Scholars act as College ambassadors and provide needed services such as taking part in special projects, attending events, giving tours, and more.

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Members of NSCC’s Performing Arts Club put on two plays per school year for the community, most staged at Lynn Arts.

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The College’s supportive TRiO program for first generation college students has students organizing special fundraisers and projects throughout the school year. Last year they organized the largest clothing drive ever received by Cradles to Crayons and collected nonperishable food to benefit another community organization.

D NSCC has 14 clubs that offer students ways to

add to their college experience by participating in an extracurricular area that interests them. Student clubs are under the direction of Coordinator of Student Activities Victoria Pasciuto, right, with assistance from Laurie Duberry, left.

E Spring Fest and Fall Fest both offer students E

the opportunity to learn about the wealth of resources available at NSCC in a fun and engaging way.

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Donor Honor Roll Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation funds Project Access: Bridge to the Future Project Access: Bridge to the Future is a program for students with intellectual disabilities, ages

Academic Affairs Scholarship

Alumni Social 2011

Nancy Alberto Maryanne Atkinson Patricia Brown Viall Aimee Corso John & Susan Costello Sandra B. Edwards Kristen Ercha Janice Forsstrom Paul Frydrych Ann Koshivas Mark Knutsen Tina Lemoi Ellen O’Donnell Maureen O’Neill Dianne Palter Gill Karen L. Pangallo Robert & Joan Peabody Jacqueline Sakamoto Laura Ventimiglia Cathy Washnock

Anonymous Alumni Susan A. Anderson Nancy Barker Patricia J. Bourgeois Carrellen J. Brown Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Frances E. Burke Wayne M. Burton Brenda A. Clark Sandra B. Edwards Judi E. Gentleman Tanya Green Helen R. Haas David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Willie J. Howell Julianne Howland Gilberte Jean-Mary Margaret E. Justice John S. Marren Cynthia M McIntire Juliet E. Ogbuike Lesley Peters Elsy Estella Quintero Sandra J. Rochon Naomi B. Schwartz John P. Story Kathryn A. Sullivan Gerard Sullivan, Jr. Grace T. Takang

Adult Learning Center Scholarship

them in preparing

Rosie Brown Robert Cluney Pat Dion Denise D. Nervill

for meaningful

Dr. Dorothea Alexander Scholarship

employment as

Russell & Sandra Carriker

students transition

Alumni Association Scholarship

18–26, which assists

between high school programs and adult responsibilities. The program includes communication and workplace skills in a cohort class model. Curriculum has been developed in collaboration with the College’s Occupational Therapy Assistant program and students are involved in the daily activities of the College ranging from computers and sports to library use.

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Anonymous Alumni Maryanne Atkinson Selina Ayala Janet E. Brings Roody Camille Georges Charles Lisa M. Davis Tina-Marie Denis Pauline Elvidge Leah M. Falkowski Thomas H. Fitzgerald Karl Fish Judi E. Gentleman Shirley Gil Jacsonn Jean Liberty Mutual Joshua McClintock Maryanne Mcguirk Cathy E. Mckinley Nuru M. Mkeremi Evaristus Taabi Ndum Geoffrey C. Oldmixon Mary E. Parga Valerie Peach Tomeka Vavanssia Robinson Kenney Rosado Eric Ryan Cynthia Scolamiero Pam Tassinari Theresa F. Toe Florence M. Urban Stephen Weeden Mary Zagarella

Annette’s Climb Scholarship Annettes Climb, Inc.

Annual Fund 2010 Leo & Mary Archambault Thomas P. Bogart Sandra Bronk Christian Brouillard Diane Chatigny Robert Cluney John S. Corey, Jr. Kurt W. Eddy Babo Dvora Edwards Diane G. Faissler Marsha Gadzera Harold Garcia Donna S. Granese Robert L. Grant Kathleen A. Hirbour Beverly Hudson Anderson Maureen A. Kody

Claire A. Kussman Diana Laurie David A. Leach & Laurie LaChapelle Carol M. Leblanc Alan W. Luscombe Michelle Marchand Dawna L. Matkevicius Eileen R. McCarthy Patricia A. Mccurdy Jayne M. Moore Elizabeth W. Morrison Walter D. Mott National Grid Josephine E. Pace Sandra Pasquarelli Richard & Estelle Passeri Sandra E. Ramey Sandra J. Rochon Carol A. Rodrigue Donna M. Rosato Kathleen A. Rosenfield Philip Sbaratta Monica Smiddy Debra A. Steeves Gilbert L. Steward Steve & Beth Tichy Olga Tumanyan United Technologies Richard & Beverly Verrengia Ernest R. Vieira Yvonne M. Westcott Donald L. Wood

Annual Fund 2011 Apple Lane Foundation Lori E. Azzara Marjorie A. Bastarache David & Michelle Baer Susan Benua Henry & Donna Bertolon Walter Blazewicz, Jr. Edith F. Blodgett Theodore J. Bourdon Virginia Brewer James & Susan Bright Gordon & Jane Brown Pamela J. Burgess Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Frances E. Burke Michael F. Burke Wayne & Elizabeth Burton Alice R. Butler Linda E. Carnevale Patricia Caron Russell & Sandra Carriker Maureen Cason Hanlon Diane Chatigny Mario Clarizia Brenda A. Clark Roy & Helen Clements Elaine M. Clocher Nathaniel S. Coolidge John S. Corey Jr. Gerard Corr

Donna M. Costa Robert P. Costello Jane E. Coviello Deborah A. Cox Kelley A. Cox Anthony S. Curcuru Darling Family Charitable Trust William L. Dean James K. Deegan Joanne Dickinson Mary Divincenzo Judith M. Dore James A. Drevos William J Dubie Barbara Duke-Legere Kurt W. Eddy Ralph & Eileen Edelstein Sandra B. Edwards Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Michael F. Estey Diane G. Faissler Leah M. Falkowski Carol A. Fazio Arthur K. Flanagan Janice M. Forsstrom Paul Frydrych Gloria Gallo Judith Garland Bethany L. Gentleman Michael & Susan Gionfriddo Richard & Judith Gorman John & Gail Griffin Helen R. Haas Vera H. Halaiko Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington Robert Hines Charles & Joan Houghton David B. Houle & Michael L. Sullivan Francine Hughes Kathleen M. Hurlburt Jacqueline A. Jameison Barbara C. Jodoin Harold D. Johnson Darcy C. Jutras Mark & Cathy Kaluzny William D. Kane John L. Karavolas Diana F. Kerry Maureen A. Kody David Leach & Laurie Lachapelle

PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Mia Lalander Eileen M. Larkin John & Catherine Lastavica Thomas & Marjorie Leonard Patricia J. Lipson Sabine Jean Louis John & Elizabeth Lucas Joseph W. Macquade Karen Madsen Tiffany Magnolia John Manfredonia & Suzanne N. Kumph Donald J. Manzoli Ann Hoar Marquis David R. Masse Dawna L. Matkevicius Eileen R. McCarthy John & Dianne McGlynn Jayne M. Moore Margaret A. Moses William E. Mullen Susan E. Murphy Arthur J. Neuner Laurence & Maureen O’Neill Sandra Pasquarelli Richard & Estelle Passeri Mary J. Perreault Martone Peter Marion J. Potoczak Kenneth Proposki Judith A. Putnam Patrick Quinlan W. Michael Radoslovichw Sandra E. Ramey Richard R. Reney Kathleen Robbins Beverley R. Roberts Sandra J. Rochon Carol A. Rodrigue Norman J. Sanders Philip Sbaratta Arthur & Cheryl Schwartz Stella-Mae Seamans Robert K. Shaw Murray & Gloria Simons Paul & Judith Sklar Cynthia L. Stead Debra A. Steeves Donna M. Stefano Campbell Steward Michael & Martha Swindell Gerard Sullivan, Jr. Patrick Thomas Steve & Beth Tichy Anna Tourkakis Anita Turner United Technologies Linda C. Vallis Scott Vandersall Verizon Foundation Beverly Verrengia Lucinda A. Viator Jon D. Waisnor

Madeline P. Wallis Kristin Webb Donna L. Whynot Gerald & Mary Williams Yvonne M. Westcott Donald L. Wood Denise Wright-McDonald John & Barbara Wroblewski Richard & Cheryl Yagjian Marian Zeles Patricia A. Zingariello

Annual Fund 2012 Beverly Anderson Susan Anderson Apple Lane Foundation Leo & Mary Archambault Stephen & Sally Barusso John S. Bosco Gordon & Jane Brown Susan Benua James & Susan Bright Martha Brine Michael F. Burke John A. Byard, III Steven B. Caron Maureen Cason Hanlon Ann Chainey Elaine R. Champagne Robert Cluney Nathaniel S. Coolidge John S. Corey, Jr. Barbara J. Cotoia Anthony S. Curcuru Nelson & Ruth Darling Diana J. Denning Barbara Duke Legere Kathleen P. Dwyer Babo Dvora Edwards Richard Elwafy Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Carol Fazio Arthur K. Flanagan Janice Forsstrom Margaret Gauthier Harold Garcia Bethany Gentleman Judi Gentleman & Ralph Parisi Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington John A. Hough Julianne Howland William B. Hurley William M. Jackson Faith Kramer Brian C. Kump Mia Lalander Diana M. Laurie John Manfredonia Chevanese McGaw John & Alison Miniter Jayne M. Moore Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy Richard J. Passeri

James B. Perry Kenneth Proposki Judith A. Putnam Richard R. Reney Kathy M. Ricker John W. Sears Robert K. Shaw Campbell Steward William P. Sullivan Patrick M. Thomas Mary M. Trivelli Sullivan Ralph & Nancy Tufo Anita P. Turner Scott Vandersall Pauline R. Vass Verizon Foundation John Waisnor Francis W. Watlington Marian Zeles

Annual Fund 2013 Apple Lane Foundation Susan Benua Michael F. Burke Linda E. Carnevale Robert Cluney Kelley A. Cox Anthony S. Curcuru Julie E. Curtis James Dailey Nelson & Ruth Darling Stephanie Derosa Judith M. Dore Sandra B. Edwards Tatiana Burgos Espinal Michael F. Estey Leah M. Falkowski Martha Farmer Kimberly Flynn Harold Garcia Margaret Gauthier Michael & Susan Gionfriddo Julia Greene John & Gail Griffin Susan J. Harding James P. Harrington John A. Hough Charles & Joan Houghton Mark & Cathy Kaluzny David Leach & Laurie LaChapelle John & Elizabeth Lucas Edward L. Lynch Karen Madsen John & Alison Miniter Juliet E. Ogbuike Kenneth Proposki Stanley & Joyce Seaberg John W. Sears Robert K. Shaw Debra A. Steeves Campbell Steward David St. John James M. Studley Patrick Thomas

Annette’s Climb Annette Soares died in 2002 at age 39, a victim of domestic violence, but her legacy lives on in Annette’s Climb Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to creating community support and awareness for abused women and their children. Annette’s Climb raises money to assist victims of domestic violence and is making it easier for women to go to college at NSCC by supporting its Women in Transition (WIT) program. WIT helps women who have survived critical, traumatic life experiences, are single mothers, desire a career change or are divorced or widowed to take the first steps toward a college degree. “The WIT program perfectly aligns with Annette’s Climb’s mission and core values. We believe that education is a catalyst that opens minds to life’s limitless possibilities. Education is an essential element in our mission to help end the cycle of abuse. That is why we at Annette’s Climb donate our fundraising dollars to WIT, a truly inspiring program,” said Dawn M. Purcell, Annette’s Climb Board Director. “The funds provided by Annette’s Climb Inc. help bridge the gap that so often occurs in our students’ lives just when they are trying to get back on their feet,” said Dr. Margaret Figgins-Hill, WIT coordinator. “This funding makes a huge difference for our students as it allows the women to continue their schooling and work toward their goals. We are very grateful for our partnership with Annette’s Climb.”

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PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Noreen A. Thompson Jean A. Titilah Anita Turner Scott Vandersall Pauline R. Vass Richard & Beverly Verrengia Marian Zeles

David & Michelle Baer Scholarship

Girish “Gary” Dang NSCC’s Nurse Education program is competitive and challenging for traditional aged students, let alone a middle-aged native of India with two jobs, family responsibilities and culture shock. Yet Gary Dang, who previously worked as a health care worker in remote rural and poverty stricken urban areas of India, made a successful mid-life career change at NSCC. Nearly 50, Gary was apprehensive, feeling that he had many things working against him in trying to earn his nursing degree, but he enrolled and found his NSCC experience “excellent beyond imagination.” He excelled in the program, was a Dean’s List student and member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. He received an NSCC Foundation scholarship which helped pay his tuition, and made many friends on campus. Gary was the student speaker at his graduation in 2005 and in his speech he thanked faculty members and said his academic achievements and those of other students were possible because they were welcomed, motivated, mentored and challenged. Right after graduation Gary began working as an RN at Melrose Wakefield Hospital, where he continues to love his job. In 2011 Gary came back to NSCC, this time as a donor, establishing the Sarika Dang Memorial Scholarship in honor of his late sister. He sees it as his personal obligation to repay the assistance he received and continue the circle of giving. “I believe we should give back for the gifts we have received.” He is shown here presenting his first scholarship to Adam Arsenault. 20

David & Michelle Baer

Ruth Barber Scholarship Estate of Ruth M. Barber

Melissa S. Barrowclough Memorial Scholarship Bruce & Debra Barrowclough

Olivia and Kenneth C. Belcher Scholarship Patrick & Patricia Scanlan

Beverly Cooperative Scholarship Beverly Cooperative Bank

Bert Blumenkrantz Memorial Scholarship Mary G. Mahoney Lynn Wermers

Aristomenes “Maney” Boratgis Memorial Scholarship Cynthia Boratgis Stephen Boratgis Illinois Tool Works Foundation Mary Vlachos

Stephen Bourke Memorial Scholarship Tom & Madeline Bourke Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo

Bridges to the Stars Program Moseley Foundation Comcast Foundation

Dr. Martha Brine Scholarship Martha Brine Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Jean Hodgin

Brooksby Village Scholarship Erickson Retirement Communities, LLC.

Betsy Burton Scholarship for Empowerment

Daniel Callahan Memorial Scholarship

Corporate Chefs Scholarship

EBSCO Industries

Corporate Chefs, Inc.

Canines to College

Costa Rica Field Study Scholarship

All Care Hospice, Inc. Linda A. Brantley Tatiana Burgos-Espinal City of Lynn Susan Deren Heleene R. Fink Judi Gentleman & Ralph Parisi Jacqueline Glass David Houle & Michael Sullivan Kristin E. Hunt Gloria Lopez North Shore Bank Northeast Animal Shelter Quinns Canines Café Donna Richemond Sandra J. Rochon Richard & Cheryl Yagjian

Anonymous Susan F. Foster Stephanie A. Hagyard Katherine S. Jenkins McDonalds Corporation Joanne Mcrae Kelly Peck Joanne M. Sheridan Scott & Kathleen Stimpson Carol A. Varonakis

The Kenneth Carlson Memorial Scholarship William B. Carlson

Center for Alternative Studies (CAS) Scholarship Anita Turner

Challenges, Choices & Change Program Anonymous Challenges, Choices & Change Students Essex County Community Foundation Cheryl A. Gebhardt Christina Hansen

Edna & George H. Chansky Scholarship Joel & Rosemary Chansky Diana J. Denning

Marie J. Clarke Mathematics Scholarship Judith Carter Stephen Clarke Joyce C. Jeong

Class of 2010 Gift

Wayne & Elizabeth Burton Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo

James Fields Luz C. Garay David J. Heavey Justin C. Testa

Wayne M. Burton Scholarship

Class of 2011 Gift

Economic Development Industrial Corporation

Catherine A. Emerson Arthur J. Neuner Donna M. Stefano

Jonathan Glover Butler Memorial Scholarship Nathaniel G. Butler Marsha Gadzera Jean Hodgin Mary G. Mahoney Irene J. Westing

Domenic Cogliandro Memorial Scholarship Patricia M. Cogliandro

Collett Family Scholarship Janet N. Collett

Michael Costales Memorial Scholarship John & Elaine Banacos Matthew P. Beard Wendy A. Beard Beverly Flight Center John J. Bosco Ciampa Apothecary Warren & Janet Clark Arthur L. Clifford Jr. Hadley Coonley Gail A Costales David T. Costello Robert J. Decourcy Daniel & Katherine Devasto Theresa A. Dipasquale Stephen S. Donohoe Michael F. Estey Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein Timothy E. Gagnon Gary E. Gobeille Robert J. Golder Timothy Green Sean Bernard Gresh Dodge P. Jack Luther A. Johnson Megan G. Kelley Gregory T. Koulas Robert F. Krim Jodie M. Krisiak John & Sarah Krocker Brian C. Kump Patricia Manjin Madeline M. Massey Mark & Rebecca McGlynn Thomas & Karen Meler Michael D. Moulton Daniel P. Munroe Scott W. Nelson North Atlantic Air, Inc. Jorge L. Noya Michael W. O’Donnell David & Sara Richman T. Williams Roberts Christopher J. Ruggles David Savage Shaun D. Silverio Joshua Sim John & Margaret Singleton

Donor Honor Roll Dean Lillian A. Derderian Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Derderian Family Foundation Stella Kasparian

Dimella Shaffer Scholarship Dimella Shaffer Associates

Dominion Salem Harbor Station Scholarship Salem Harbor Station-(Dominion) Charles & Elaine Smith Colby Smith Walter F. Sorenson Joseph & Kristine Trustey Patricia Brown Viall Shawn Warren

John and Susan Costello Scholarship

Dr. William G. Dwyer Memorial Scholarship Kathleen Dwyer

East Boston Savings Bank Scholarship East Boston Savings Bank

Eastern Bank Scholarship

Catherine M. Anderson Louis & Mary Andrews John & Susan Costello John & Eileen Donnelly Sandra B. Edwards Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Paul Frydrych Catherine Kolb Costello Mansfield Democratic Town Committee Joseph & Patricia Pyne Hannan Robert Louise E. Romeo Jacqueline Sakamoto Wendy S. Shaffer

Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation

Anthony M. Cotoia Scholarship

Fed Challenge Scholarship

Eastman Gelatine Scholarship Eastman Gelatine

Elder Service Plan of the North Shore, Inc. Scholarship Elder Service Plan of the North Shore, Inc.

Ellucian Higher Education Managed Services, Inc. Scholarship Ellucian

English Department Scholarship Susan A. Herman Jean Hodgin

Barbara Cotoia

Queensborough Community College

Terrence Patrick Cronin Scholarship

Robert J. Ferrante Memorial Scholarship

Theresa J. Cronin Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein

Don Danells Scholarship The Van Otterloo Family Foundation Bruce & P.R. Herring Joseph & Kristine Trustey

Sarika Dang Memorial Scholarship Girish Dang

Danvers Kiwanis Foundation, Inc. Scholarship

Doris M. Ferrante Richard & Ellen Ferrante Susan Ferrante Cheryl A. Gebhardt Joseph & Gail Mahoney Charles & Frances Morrison Douglas & Barbara Sewall Robert & Nancy Silvester Robert & Carol Swift

Pat Fortunato Scholarship

Kiwanis Club of Danvers

Robert & Joanne Fortunato

Danvers Rotary Vocation Service Scholarship

Peter J. Foss Memorial Scholarship

Danvers Rotary Club

Albert & Malvina DeCotis Memorial Scholarship Claire P. DeCotis Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Ellyn D. Phelps

Philip H. DePasquale/ PHD Systems, Inc. Scholarship Philip Depasquale

Steven & Deborah Cox Teresa Dovidio Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Evelyn K. Dovidio William & Brenda Fiers Peter & Jenifer Foss Marie E. Foss General Electric Foundation Jean Hodgin Samuel Lichtman Judith Kehoe Martin Barbara A. Murphy

Kellen P. Murphy Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy Mary O’Connor Kenneth & Bonnie Pinkham Charlotte Potak Brian & Linda Silva Hugh & Barbara Wiberg Juliana T. Williams

Foundation Directors’ Scholarship John & Marguerite Condon Bruce & Elizabeth Daniels

Foundation Gala Fundraiser Francis & Nancy Alberto Deborah Aldrich Alfalfa Farm Winery All Care Hospice Catherine M. Anderson Susan A. Anderson Deborah Ansourlian John Archer Maryanne Atkinson Lori E. Azzara Hope Benne Henry & Donna Bertolon Bertuccis Beverly Cooperative Bank Beverly Flight Center Iona Black Black Swan Country Club Maryann Blatsos Blue Fin Restaurant Cynthia Boratgis Stephen Boratgis Boston Ballet School-Marblehead Studios Boston Globe Media Company Bradford Tavern Martha Brine Wayne & Elizabeth Burton Calitris Restaurant Patricia J. Callahan Captain’s Waterfront Jeanette A Carlevale Valerie Carnevale Eric Cassie Century House Diane Chatigny Cheesecake Factory Chilis John J. Christoforo

Janet N. Collett Comcast Spotlight Corporate Benefits Group LLC John & Susan Costello Cranney Home Services William & Susan Curry Dan Clasby & Company Bruce & Elizabeth Daniels Desjardins Jewelers Destination Salem Deb Devenne Paul Dixon John C. Duff Eastern Bank Sandra B. Edwards Leonel & Tatiana Espinal Edible Arrangements Elements Therapeutic Massage Evans Flowers Martha Farmer Erin Field Ford Janice M. Forsstrom Robert & Joanne Fortunato Four 66 Pub & Grill Friendly’s Ice Cream Paul Frydrych Pat Furia G & C Restaurant, Inc. Georgetown Savings Bank Sheila Girard Stanley W. Goldberg John L. Good Griffin Museum of Photography Gary Ham Harbor Sweets Chocolates The Hardcover Jennifer Hardock Annie Clay Harris Hawthorne Hotel Jean Hodgin Elizabeth A. Hogan Lloyd A. Holmes Hotel Commonwealth House of Seven Gables Kathleen M. Hurlburt William Bennett Hurley Allen & Barbara Ikalainen Jazzy Sportswear Promotional Company Mark & Cathy Kaluzny Sullivan A. Kelly Diana F. Kerry Jennifer Kirk Rose Heather Krueger David Leach & Laurie Lachapelle Solange M. Laitinen The Landing Landry & Arcari Oriental Rugs & Carpeting Laury A. Lapointe Law Office of John J. McGlynn, Jr. Joanne Light Susan A. Lippman

NSCC’s Women in Transition (WIT) and Challenges, Choices, & Change (CCC) programs funded by Edward S. and Winifred G. Moseley Foundation These two programs support women and disadvantaged students that share stories of economic hardship, abuse, addiction, homelessness, and survival. Grant funds provide a laptop lending program for students, textbooks, math tutoring and academic software, and an emergency fund. Both programs are strength-based, cohort learning models for adults and those returning to college. Graduates transition to College programming and succeed through acquiring the academic and employment skills needed to achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency. 21

Donor Honor Roll Vision Project Incentive Grant Funding from the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education will support the development of a Virtual Career Center to serve as a focal point for career exploration and advising services for students. The project

Thomas & Nicole Lizotte Long’s Jewelers Gloria Lopez Sabine Jean Louis Lucia Lighting & Design Lynn Ladder & Scaffolding Company Tom & Courtney MacLachlan Maclean, Holloway, Doherty, Ardiff & Morse, P.C. Thomas R. Mahoney Cynthia McIntire Marcia McIsaac McKinnon’s Market & Super Butcher Shops Merrimack Repertory Theatre Laurel S. Messina Robert & Barbara Metcalf Metro Credit Union Kevin Michaud Michaud Mitsubishi Monster Mini Golf Carolyn L. Moore National Grand Bank

will: foster workforce alignment through coordination of career services at NSCC; use an Achievement Coach model through holistic, intrusive advising; and assist students in making informed career and academic choices.

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New England Aquarium Nikon USA Northeast Health Systems North Shore 104.9 North Shore Bank Kevin Noyes John & Ellen O’Donnell Laurence & Maureen O’Neill Organization Plus Pampered Chef Consultant Panasonic USA Ray Parker Partners Healthcare System Richard & Estelle Passeri Peabody Essex Museum People’s United Bank Dorothy Peterson Anthony Petrazzuoli PF Chang’s China Bistro Porthole Restaurant Marion J. Potoczak Michael Powers Judith A. Putnam Dale & Theresa Pyatt Donna Richemond Patricia Robinson Jacqueline Sakamoto Salem Five

Salem News Salem Wax Museum Saluti Cahn and Company LLC Mary W. Sarris Saugusbank Patricia B. Scanlan Suzanne Schneider Susan Cheever Shea Binkley & Paula Shorts Michael L. Soep Sol Bean Cafe’ David & Patricia Solimine Solimine Funeral Homes Joanne M. Sullivan Kelly Sullivan Schneider Suzanne Sylvan Street Grille James Tallo Edward & Holly Terceiro Texas Roadhouse Jill Thornton T & L Liquors Topsfield Fairgrounds Corporation Laura Ventimiglia Verizon Stephen & Michele Vesey Vesey & Company Patricia Brown Viall Ernest R. Vieira Viviana Francis Handcrafted Jewelry Madeline P. Wallis W.B. Hunt Company Mark Whitmore Gerald & Mary Williams Georgette P. Wilson Richard & Cheryl Yagjian Kathleen M. Yanchus YMCA of the North Shore

Liz Frutiger Scholarship John & Faith Churchill William Frutiger

Mark C. Garchinsky Memorial Scholarship Steve & Beth Tichy

General Scholarship Fund Anonymous Alumni Jeffrey Appelstein Lisa M. Austin Deborah J. Brogan Mark & Gail Coote William F. Dore John E. Glovsky Justin & Sarah Monahan Mark & Ann Marie Schiffenhaus Binkley & Paula Shorts James Tallo Richard & Beverly Verrengia

Kathleen and Thomas Gerecke Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Thomas & Kathleen Gerecke

Geriatric Nursing Scholarship Shirley A. Conway

Ginsberg Family Scholarship Barry & Janice Ginsberg Arnold H. Gitter Associates Inc. Robert T. Degregorio Eleanor F. Dembowski James & Joann Eckels Arnold & Judith Gitter Henry S. Halaiko Grace M. Jameson Ruth Moran Patriot Bookkeeping Service LLC Helene Ryan John T. Ryan Grace A. Sacramona Judith & Paul Sklar Robert & Lorraine Zollo

Gorton’s of Gloucester Scholarship The Gorton Group

Judy Gould Memorial Scholarship James N. Amirault Milton & Nancy Barker Wayne & Elizabeth Burton Elaine R. Champagne Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Sandra B. Edwards Paul Frydrych Abe & Anita Kaufman Ann Koshivas Tammy P. Nguyen John & Ellen O’Donnell Jacqueline Sakamoto Madeline P. Wallis

James Grabowski Memorial Scholarship Daniel & Patricia Grabowski

Haiti Relief Fund Anonymous Milton & Nancy Barker Glenda Garcia Diana F. Kerry John & Ellen O’Donnell Constantine Souris Elaine Michele Stanley

Helen Halloran Memorial Scholarship Lorraine E. Angel Linda M. Budd Judith Carter Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Jean Keith

Paul & Barbara Geoffrion Scholarship

Hansen Family Memorial Scholarship

Paul & Barbara Geoffrion

Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Christina Hansen

Georgetown Bank Scholarship Georgetown Bank

Margaret “Peggy” Harris Scholarship Bethany L. Gentleman Margaret Harris Diana Laurie

Myrna Holzer Memorial Scholarship David & Jackie Becker Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo

Honda North Scholarship Honda North

Hurricane Relief Fund Anonymous Farah Shahab Ahmad Audrey J. Allen Catherine Nelson Allen Charlotte H. Anderson Pamela Baker Lisa Barrett Jean C. Bartholomew Catherine J. Bartolo Kathleen A. Blakeman Debra Bridges Henry & Mary Carfagna Richard & Susan Carfagna Susan C. Chory Bethel AME Church Jeanne M. Coimbra Council on International Education Kathleen A. Crowder Maria P. Dasilva Larry & Donna Davis Barbara A. Dececca Gisell Alexandra De La Cruz Shelagh L. Dewitt Josephine Dipietro Martin & Karen A. Doto Laurie A. Duberry East Coast Truck Equipment Denise Espinal Margaret C. Figgins-Hill Florence Family Trust Cheryl A. Flynn Robert & Joanne Fortunato Elizabeth Goonan Dalva Goulart De Azevedo Silveira Russell Green Tanya Green Jennifer A. Harris Esperanza C. Herrera Tracie Ann Hines

PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Kathleen A. Hirbour Lloyd A. Holmes Fernande Jean Kathleen T. Jones Rebecca E. Jones Judith M. Kelley Linda A. Kelly Kellys Roast Beef Inc. Jan T. Kent Linda L. Keyes Kathleen King Rose Heather Krueger Raymond G. Lamacchia Roberta G. Leal Stephanie A. Leary Joyce Legan Jean M. Lendall Robert G. Lithgow Jeffrey P. Luce Tiffany Magnolia Paula Maloof Laura Kelley Marks Flory Martinez Rumiya Masagutova McDonalds Corporation Lisa A. Milso Marie T. Milso Joseph R. Modugno Doreen L. Murray Sophea Neak

Gerard Sullivan, Jr. Kelly Sullivan Paul A. Tagliamonte Nerlande & Jean Paul Tercy Ralph & Nancy Tufo Rebecca M. Twalipo Cheryl A. Vervates Sharlean Vieira Renee Wilson Deborah Kaye Woods Pamela Nolan Young

Lizotte Family Scholarship

Courtney Hutt Memorial Scholarship

Lynn Mayors’ Scholarship

Marcia Diefendorff David & Patricia Dwyer Karen Friedman Robert & Alison Giacchino Stephen Gondert & Andrea Bingham Donald & Janice Hanson Christopher & Meghan Hutt Molly B. Hutt Elias A. Kassirer Lauren E. Kassirer John Nardelli Arthur & Donna Rutherford James & Cathleen Sadler Patricia White

Henry Cabot Lodge Scholarship Timothy & Joanie Ingraham John W. Sears

Renee M. Luttati Scholarship Michael & Renee Luttati

Lynn Area Youth Summer Fund Beverly Chamber of Commerce

City of Lynn

Barbara MacDonald Memorial Scholarship Susan A. Anderson Sheldon & Eunice Field Lynn English High School Heather K. MacDonald Joel MacDonald John B. MacDonald Matthew W. Wilkins Patricia Wolfe

Ernest & Eunice MacDonald Scholarship

Gorton’s of Gloucester Gorton’s of Gloucester has funded 20 scholarships at NSCC, every year since 1988. With donations now totaling $283,000, Gorton’s commitment to the NSCC Foundation’s Scholarship Program allows the College to help current NSCC students and incoming graduates of Cape Ann high schools. “Gorton’s has always believed that education results in progress for individuals, organizations and communities. Our support of the

Estate of Eunice A. MacDonald James & Elaine Lee Jacqueline Sakamoto

NSCC Foundation with scholarship

Greta MacLachlan Scholarship

way we demonstrate our commitment

Kindred Healthcare

Catherine A. MacLachlan Tom & Courtney MacLachlan

to this belief,” said Paul Coz, Gorton Vice

Roberta and Bernard M. Kline Scholarship

Major Gifts 2010 — Investing in a Sustainable North Shore

Alan & Andrea Kline

Beverly Hospital/Evelyn Lilly Lutz Foundation Caleb Loring, III Caleb Loring Jr. & Rosemary Loring Cummings Properties Inc. Danversbank Nelson & Ruth Darling Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Cynthia J. Goldsmith Thomas & Marjorie Leonard Edward L. Lynch Robert & Barbara Metcalf North Shore Bank James & Anne Ridley Mary W. Sarris Binkley & Paula Shorts Sungard Collegis, Inc. James Tallo Steve & Beth Tichy Eulises G. Tirado George Traicoff

Elaine G. And Jacob M. Israelsohn Scholarship Jacob & Elaine Israelsohn

Kindred Healthcare Scholarship

Minnette Lall Scholarship

Jenna Paul Marie B. Paiva Mary C. Paiva Doreen M. Pegoraro Lesley Peters Elsy Estella Quintero John G. Reddy,III Gregory Reppucci Ina Resnikoff Donna Richemond Cheryl Robbins Martha Rodweller Kendra J. Rogers Carol B. Sahlin Charles & Denise Sancranti Dorio Jose Santos Henry P. Scarano Eric W. Smith Sandra Sonley Elizabeth C. Speranza Barbara A. Stamoulis

Thomas & Nicole Lizotte

Karl & Hope Benne Ann Coles Jean Hodgin Minnette Lall John R. Nelson Donna Richemond

Labor of Love Fund Anonymous Elissa A. Al-Chokhachy Martha Brine Eleanor Casey Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein Nina M. Pelletier Peter Sklivas Anne S. Tabet Elizabeth R. Williams

Huy Le Scholarship Lori A. Lake Therese Leblanc & Friends

Peggy Marcus Memorial Scholarship

funding for Cape Ann residents is one

President of Human Resources.

Students by Race/Ethnicity

Minorities

35%

Moonsu Han

Caucasian

62%

Liberal Arts Scholarship II

Unidentified 3%

Liberal Arts Scholarship

Lynn Marcus

Laurence & Maureen O’Neill

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PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Donor Honor Roll Karen Ann Martin Memorial Scholarship Joan E. Greener Karen Ann Martin Memorial Fund Paul Martin

Anthony F. Massaro and John DiFlumeri Memorial Scholarship Frederick Massaro Major Construction Frederick & Marian Massaro

R.T. Paine Metcalf Paine Metcalf’s affiliation with NSCC started with an inherited piano. “It was a beautiful thing in our living room. It was lonely and wanted to be played. But I didn’t know how, so I came to NSCC to take lessons.” Thus began a long relationship with the college and 15 years of piano lessons. He subsequently became treasurer of the College’s music school and then in 1983 helped to found the NSCC Foundation. The Foundation continues to be a not-for-profit corporation that raises money on behalf of NSCC— primarily for student scholarships. The first scholarships were awarded in 1985 when Paine Metcalf and former Senator William Saltonstall established the Henry Cabot Lodge Scholarship in honor of their longtime friend, former Ambassador to the United Nations, U.S. Senator and Republican Vice Presidential nominee Henry Cabot Lodge. Lodge had been a Distinguished Visiting Professor at NSCC and had passed away that year. In 1997 Paine established the Robert Treat Paine Metcalf Scholarship and since then these two scholarships combined have awarded $323,914 worth of financial assistance to NSCC students. (He also created a scholarship fund for Helen Morgan, his piano teacher!) Mr. Metcalf has been a true supporter of the college as is evidenced by his making the Foundation’s largest private donation to benefit the new Simulation (SIM) Lab for the Nurse Education program. 24

McCarthy Family Scholarship James & Mary Jo McCarthy

Peter J. Messina, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Kathleen Romanos

Robert Treat Paine Metcalf Scholarship Robert & Barbara Metcalf

Michaud Mitsubishi Scholarship Michaud Mitsubishi

Minear Family Scholarship Paul & Suesan Minear

Joseph Monaco and Sandra Fazio Monaco Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A DeLorenzo Jean Hodgin Peter & Lori Monaco

Stephanie Moulton Memorial Scholarship Kimberly Flynn David St. John

Jeanne Murphy New Beginnings Scholarship Bruce & Sylvia Abbott John & Karen Aharonian Frances M. Araujo Bruce & Colleen Barton Stephen & Sandra Boulay Elizabeth M. Bresten Linda M. Budd Joseph O. Cahill Ralph & Janice Campilio Anastasia Corcoran Marion Curreri Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Daniel & Robin Destefano Denise Dever Donna Dibbern Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein Alice Fitzgerald David & Karen Flynn Katherine L. German Christine Gikas Greater Lynn Senior Services, Inc. Holten Richmond Middle School Mark & Ellen Howard Janice K. Jarosz Irving Knight

Minnette Lall Marjorie Levin Catherine F. Leydon Jeanne Leydon Lynn Democratic City Committee Eugene & Stephanie Macgregor Nicholas & Marie Martorano Barbara Murray John & Lois Nally William & Eugenia Nicholson John S. O’Callaghan John & Ellen O’Donnell Mary E. Often Patrick & Alice Oneil John & Jean Purcell Judith A. Putnam Robert & Colleen Raiche Riverside School Claire A. Royer Catherine Ryan Carol Saco Suzanne R. Sayward Anthony & Elizabeth Slabacheski Barbara A. Smiddy Monica Smiddy Smith & Ruddock Marian F. Swiniarski Nancy S. Usher Charles & Joan Waggner Nancy L. Waggner West Lynn American Little League John & Pamela Wilson Chester F. Wolfe & Barbara Curran Jonathan & Mariellen Ziner

National Grand Bank Scholarship

NSCC Professors Emeriti Scholarship Louis J. Anoli Edward & Marion Bailey Harry & Phyllis Bowen Russell & Sandra Carriker Richard Cunney Ralph & Eileen Edelstein Marsha Gadzera Jean Hodgin Judith A. James Susan B. Jhirad Madelyn E. Logan Barbara Maccarone Tom & Courtney MacLachlan Janet F. Mclanahan Walter D. Mott Malcolm W. Nason J. Peter Regan John and Sandra Ronan Jane Rowe Philip Sbaratta John Tobey Ernest R. Vieira Kristin Webb

North Shore Horticultural Society Scholarship North Shore Horticultural Society

William M. O’Brien Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Elaine O’Brien Kathleen Romanos

Mary J. Palmer Honors Program Scholarship

National Grand Bank

Mary J. Palmer

National Grid Energy Utility Tech Scholarship

Helen and Harold Peters Scholarship

National Grid

New England Biolabs Foundation Scholarship New England Biolabs Foundation

Newburyport Garden Club Scholarship

Jean Hodgin Helen F. Peters

Dan Popp Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Jean Hodgin Joseph F. Spaulding Terri L. Whitney

Newburyport Garden Club

Power in Lynn Scholarship

North Shore Bank Scholarship

Anonymous donors Dorothy R. Amirault-Thibodeau Eileen A. Browne Mary A. Callahan Vivien C. Consalvo Shelagh Costello Couture Planet, Inc. Paula J. Dobrow Scott & Ann Flaxer Ann Marie Leonard Stephanie Mason Marilyn McCarthy Maureen A. McDonough Helen I. Najarian Naugus Head Designs Deborah A. Scanlan

North Shore Bank

NSCC Memorial Scholarship Nancy & Milton Barker—In memory of Florence Rose Babick Wayne & Elizabeth Burton—In memory of Florence Rose Babick Sandra B. Edwards—In memory of Marilyn LaChapelle, Irene (Granberg,Rich) Evangelista, James Washnock Janice M. Forsstrom—In memory of Florence Rose Babick NSCC Business Sciences Division— In memory of Stephanie T. Cristello

PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Kathleen A. Schwartz Meegan Marie Simpson Saul & Dale Stanten Theresa M. Surette Steven & Ruthanne Switzer Linda Tanfani

Presidential Scholarship Family Medicine Associates LLC Neal H. Goldman Michael S. Gordon Victoria F. Pasciuto-Dogramacian

Anne Priven Memorial Scholarship Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein

Julius Priven Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Robert & Cheryl Finkelstein

Professor Judy Putnam Scholarship Alfred & Nancy Amorello Chevron Humankind Employee Funds Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Jean Hodgin Audrey Merkle Judith A. Putnam Mark & Pat Rand Polly Southwick Leonard F. Swanson

Reginald & Cynthia Tardiff Christine Trifari John F. Welch Louis & Joanne Woods Zekos Group

Marie C. Riley Memorial Scholarship Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Joseph F. Riley

Mary Ring Memorial Scholarship Bryan Ring

Raymond and Hilda Rodweller Memorial Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo General Electric Foundation Martha Rodweller Richard & Carol Wysopal

Mary F. Rokowski Memorial Scholarship

Professor Nahum “Abe” Sherf Memorial Scholarship Boston Choice Properties Celadon Security Services Inc. Michael C. Demakakos Herbert & Arlene Leventhal David Sherf Zahava Sherf Sherf & Associates PC Amy Stern

Pauline and Gerald Simons Scholarship John R. Murphy David & Paula Simons

Sovereign Santander Believe in Lynn Scholarship

David & Judy Cohen

Sovereign Bank

Rose Scholarship

Stop Hunger on Campus

Susan B. Jhirad

Anonymous Donna Clark Funding Factory Esperanza C. Herrera Grace L. Meyer NSCC Multicultural Society NSCC Student Support Center Martha Rodweller

NSCC Nurse Education Faculty David & Kristin Walton Kenneth B. Walton

Dana & Anita Bill James W. Coghlin James & Patricia DiGiovanni Dixon, Inc. Frederick & Judith Dore Earth Surfaces of America, Inc. Carmen A. Frattaroli Fred C. Underhill School Wayne & Tracy Gabaree Gilbert & Renton, LLC Gilmore & Jacobowitz George & Joan Mucci Ocean Two Condominium Associates, Inc. Craig & Rose Richards Richard & Alison Ricker Ronald & Emili Singer

Charity Girls

Samuel and Gertrude Rome Memorial Scholarship Fund

Jane Lilly Rowe, RN Scholarship

Catherine L. and Francis P. Rich Scholarship

Save Fund

Solimine Family Scholarship

Rourke Family Foundation Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Daniel J. Rourke Thomas M. Rourke

General Electric Foundation Richard Quaglia

Saugusbank

Sandra B. Edwards Janice M. Forsstrom Patrick M. Thomas

Nora and Daniel Rourke Memorial Scholarship

Julia Quaglia Memorial Scholarship

Saugusbank Scholarship

Dr. James R. Rowell, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Bradford V. Rowell

Max Rubinstein Scholarship Martha and Max Rubinstein Family Foundation

Francis Ryan Scholarship James & Elaine Horrocks

Daniel Rybicki Memorial Scholarship Linda Anderson William & Doris Armstrong Christopher & Kimberly Askew Robert & Heather Caron Jared Raymond Memorial Fund Robert & Dianna Sisson

Salem Five Believe in Lynn Scholarship Salem Five

Salem Five Scholarship Salem Five

Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo David & Patricia Solimine

Paul E. Story Scholarship Middle Oak Holyoke Mutual Insurance Company

Alexander J. Struzziero Scholarship Sterling Machine Company Robert Struzziero

Student Government Association Scholarship Kathleen M. Boucher Ann Chainey Kleber M. Costa Sheila N. Costa Jeanne T. Diorio Robert & Joanne Fortunato Terrell Greene Lydia Ursula Ikhine Sally J. Ledbury Debra Michielsen Kevin E. Ortiz Quality Litter Control, Inc. Mark S. Raynowska Jenny Reynolds Julieth C. Sanchez Cynthia Scolamiero Scott Cooper Promotional Advertising

Students as Donors — The Student Government Association (SGA) Scholarship Students helping other students is what the Student Government Association (SGA) Scholarship is all about. The SGA started in 2009 by students and their advisors with hopes of attracting graduating high school students who would be interested in actively participating. In 2011 it became clear that offering a scholarship would be useful and attractive to participating students, so SGA students began fundraising to establish the SGA Scholarship through the NSCC Foundation. Selected recipients serve as SGA Senators and participate in mentoring and leadership activities. The 2012 SGA Scholarship was awarded to Amanda Krickhahn, a graduate of Pentucket High School, who is enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program. Amanda is dedicated to her studies as well as competitive horseback riding. She represents students on the Board of Trustees.

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PROFILES IN

PHILANTHROPY

Donor Honor Roll Diane M. Shirley Margaret Emily Snow Staycee L. Surette-Leighton Tami A. Swindell Dawin Vargas Laura Ventimiglia Wendy R. Viana Amanda Lauren Vieira

John H. Sullivan, Jr. Scholarship Paul Frydrych Jean Hodgin Kathleen Romanos

Support 4 Students Text Campaign

Beverly Cooperative Bank When Beverly Cooperative Bank President Michael Wheeler, himself a Veteran, learned that over 400 Veterans are continuing their education at North Shore Community College, his bank established a new scholarship dedicated to helping them. The first Beverly Cooperative Bank Scholarship was awarded to Veteran Shawn Vincent, a student in the college’s Culinary Arts program. Shawn returned to school at NSCC after a career as an Army Specialist and training cadets at West Point. He aspires to become a chef and to someday own his own restaurant— after earning a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts.

NSCC Students by Gender

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Male

39%

Female

61%

Richard Adelman Lisa Altomari Catherine Anderson Joanne Barber Marianne E. Barker Nancy & Milton Barker Leanne Barry Linda A. Brantley Sheldon S. Brown Patricia Brown Viall Lorin B. Buska Tatiana Burgos-Espinal Wayne & Elizabeth Burton Russell & Sandra Carriker Elaine R. Champagne Bruce E. Ciaramella Gina Theresa Delgado Babo Dvora Edwards Sandra B. Edwards Antonina R. Eramo Margaret C. Figgins-Hill Janice M. Forsstrom Paul Frydrych Thomas & Kathleen Gerecke Julia Greene Barbara A. Heath Kathleen A. Hirbour James & Elaine Horrocks Julianne Howland Joyce C. Jeong Vikki L. Kelan Joanne Light Daniel & Teresa Lord Patricia M. Manninen Lisa A. Milso Peter & Lori Monaco Anthony Francisco Moreno Maureen Nardella Arthur J. Neuner Cynthia M. O’Donnell Krista G. Olsen Laurence & Maureen O’Neill Dianne Palter Gill Karen Pangallo Robert & Joan Peabody Gina Pelletier Marion J. Potoczak Sardha Ramesh

Donna Richemond Sandra J. Rochon Donna M. Rosato Jacqueline Sakamoto Christine Salvanelli Donna Stefano Joanne M. Sullivan Kelly A. Sullivan Patrick M. Thomas Steve & Beth Tichy Loreen M. Tirrell Priscilla A. Tobey Jessica Marie Tower Lisa Marie Tusinski Geraldine Twomey Helene Vandernoot Louis W. Wallach Lynn Wermers Terri L. Whitney Gary D. Williams & Patricia Starr Williams Gerald & Mary Williams Richard Yagjian

Talent Search Marshall Middle School Mentoring Program Neal Rantoul Foundation

Tallo Family Scholarship Herbert & Merinda Lepage James Tallo

TD Bank Scholarship TD Bank

Tech Prep Scholarship Cape Ann Savings Bank William & Susan Curry Paul Frydrych Northeast Nursery Inc.

A Thread of Hope “Johnny DeLorenzo” Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Carolyn J. Bailey Catherine M. Beliveau Karl & Hope Benne Irene Buckley Anita C. DeLorenzo Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Winslow Donna Ann C. Dow Stephanie A. Duchin Sandra B. Edwards Jane Elwell Linda C. Fera Kathleen & Thomas Gerecke Sandra E. Getchell George & Joan Hart Therese L. Kay Charles & Jennifer McCarthy Cynthia L. McRae Robert Murphy & Mary Foss Murphy Marilyn A. Nagle Ellyn D. Phelps

Barbara Plummer Margo Simon Janet Spindler Anne S. Tabet Cathy Washnock Donna M. Winslow

TJX Scholarship The TJX Companies, Inc.

George Traicoff Presidential Scholarship George Traicoff

Trustees’ Scholarship Donna M. Costa Edward L. Lynch David W. McCoy John R. Nelson Richard Yagjian

Dr. Arthur Underwood Memorial Scholarship Paul Frydrych Della R. Underwood Scott & Suzanne Underwood

Michele Vesey Nursing Scholarship Stephen & Michele Vesey

Veterans Scholarship Kathleen A. Hirbour Joanne Patton Binkley Shorts

David L. and Susana P. Weber Scholarship Gorton Group David & Susana Weber

Women in Business Scholarship Atlantic Referral Exchange Business Network International Ltd. R & L Associates Inc. The Daily Item

Women in Transition Program Elizabeth A. Benson Essex County Community Foundation Peg Roberts Anne T. Six Ellen Skryness

The Yagjian Family Scholarship Jacquelyn A. DeLorenzo Richard & Cheryl Yagjian

Danielle Yagjian Memorial Scholarship Danielle Yagjian Fund

Helen M. and Thomas J. Zampell Scholarship James & Christine Zampell

College & Foundation Finances NSCC Financial Operations Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2012

NSCC Revenue FY2011–12

Fund Balance on 6/30/2012. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,617,683 REVENUE State Appropriation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$23,349,708 Capital Appropriation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,922,802 Tuition and Fees, net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,630,614 Grants and Contracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,324,413 Other Income/Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,809,456 Total Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $69,036,993 EXPENDITURES Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$23,892,631 Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,757,655 Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,378,393 Academic Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,396,447 Maintenance & Plant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,281,029 Institution Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,422,823 Public Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307,818 Depreciation and amortization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,327,364 Auxiliary Enterprise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,498,012 Total Operating Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $61,262,173 Interest Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $675,249 Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $61,937,422

State Appropriation

34%

Capital Appropriation 11% Tuition & Fees (net)

23%

Grants & Contracts

26%

Other/Auxiliary

6%

NSCC Expenditures FY2011–12

NET ASSETS ON 6/30/2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $67,968,911

NSCC Foundation, Inc. Financial Summary Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2012 Fund Balance on 6/30/11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,344,629 Total Gifts 7/1/11– 6/30/12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .446,009 Investment Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110,517 Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .260,568 Grants Distributed to North Shore Community College Health Professions Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85,300 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20,000 Bridges to the Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,000 Early College pilot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10,000 Project Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10,000 WIT/Challenges, Choices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10,000 Bridges to the Stars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23,000 SAVE Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10,000 Mentoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,750 Cultural Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,500 Day of Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000 SHOC Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 752 Mathematics Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 515 Operating Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63,447

Instruction Scholarships

39% 6%

Student Services

14%

Academic Support

12%

Maintenance & Plant

7%

Institutional Support

12%

Public Service

1%

Deprec/Amortization

4%

Auxiliary Enterprise

6%

NET ASSETS ON 6/30/10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,279,246 27

Leadership at NSCC Executive Staff

Elizabeth A. Hogan, Esq.

Bruce Daniels

Joseph F. Riley

Joseph W. Walsh, Jr.

Non-profit management

Wayne M. Burton, Ed.D.

Lyn Kaplan

Foundation Vice President Senior Vice President Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Boston

Foundation President Executive Vice President, Small Business Banking Eastern Bank, Lynn

Food Safety Consultant & Retired Director Board of Health, Beverly

Michele Desmarais

Laurie Roberto

Administrator Jesmond Nursing Home, Nahant

Administrator Glen Ridge Nursing Care, Medford

Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer W.B. Hunt Co., Inc., Melrose

James Horrocks

Mary W. Sarris Executive Director North Shore Workforce Investment Board, Salem

President

Sandra Edwards, J.D. Vice President, Institutional Advancement

Janice Forsstrom

Business Performance Advisor Insperity

Amanda Krickhahn Student North Shore Community College

Vice President, Administration & Finance

Edward L. Lynch, Esq. Attorney

Managing Director, Integrated Financial Partners, Inc., Danvers

Paul Frydrych

Lesley Peters

Andrea Kantaros

Accounting Supervisor Massachusetts Convention Center

Vice President & Market Manager People’s United Bank, Beverly

James L. Ridley

Stephanie Lee

Director (retired) Lynn Vocational Technical Institute

Director, Public Affairs Verizon, Boston

Richard Yagjian

Vice President, Academic Affairs

Donna Richemond Vice President, Student & Enrollment Services

Madeline Wallis Vice President, Human Resource Development

North Shore Community College Board of Trustees January 2013 Maria Carrasco Career Services Counselor North Shore Career Center

Dr. Martha C. Farmer Executive Director North Shore Innoventures

Joanne M. Fortunato Executive Vice President Saugusbank

Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer W. B. Hunt Co., Inc.

NSCC Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors 2012–2013 Wayne M. Burton, Ed.D President North Shore Community College

Former Senior Vice President Wellington Management, Boston

Alumni Board of Directors Judi Gentleman ’96 President

Gerard Sullivan ’97

David Solimine, Jr.

Vice President

Lesley Peters ’97

Thomas Leonard

President/Owner Solimine, Landergan & Richardson Funeral Homes, Lynn

President Emeritus, Essex National Heritage Commission, Salem

James J. Tallo

Thomas Lizotte

Foundation Treasurer Retired Vice President & Treasurer of Danvers Savings Bank

Senior Branch Manager, Liberty Mutual Group, Danvers

R. T. Paine Metcalf Corporate Vice President UBS, Peabody

Timothy Murnane VP Governmental Affairs Comcast, Chelmsford

John F. Condon Retired Postmaster of Beverly and a director of the American Red Cross

NSCC Foundation Board. Back row from L–R: Steve Vesey, Joseph Riley, Bruce Daniels, James Horrocks, Binkley Shorts, Timothy Murnane and NSCC President Wayne Burton; middle row L–R: David Solimine Jr., James Tallo, Thomas Lizotte, R.T. Paine Metcalf and Richard Yagjian; seated L–R: Stephanie Lee, Beth Tichy and Mary Sarris. Members not pictured include Laurie Roberto, Michele Desmarais, Thomas Leonard and Honorary Members: John Condon and NSCC President Emeritus George Traicoff.

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Binkley C. Shorts

Richard Yagjian

Beth Tichy Foundation Secretary Senior Vice President, Human Resources North Shore Bank, Peabody

George Traicoff, Ed.D. President Emeritus North Shore Community College

Stephen T. Vesey Foundation Vice President Principal Vesey & Company Danvers

Alumni Trustee

Donna Rosato ’03 Secretary

Mary Dennesen ’84 Luz Garay ’08 Julie Howland ’91/’04 Bob Kohn ’79 Rob Landau ’74 Kim Marino ’09 Mary Ann Murray ’90 John Story ’00

NSCC Board of Trustees. From L–R: Maria Carrasco; Joanne Fortunato; Richard Yagjian, Chair; Elizabeth A. Hogan, Esq., Vice Chair; Dr. Martha Farmer; Lesley Peters, Alumni Representative; Amanda Krickhahn, Student Trustee; Lyn Kaplan; James L. Ridley and NSCC President Wayne Burton. Edward Lynch, Esq. and Steven Seeche are not pictured.

NSCC Class of 2012 High School Market Share NSCC Service Areas

Amesbury

Salisbury

3 – 2.0%

Merrimac 1

2

NSCC primary service area

19 – 10.2%

5 – 2.7%

NSCC secondary service area

Market Share Data Key

Newburyport

First number = the number of new NSCC students from referenced town or district

4 – 2.5%

West Newbury 1 5 – 2.7%

Haverhill

Newbury

0 – 0%

Second number = percent of new NSCC students from total town/district students

2

19 – 10.2%

Groveland 1 5 – 2.7%

Rowley 2

Georgetown

19 – 10.2%

3 – 2.7%

Ipswich

Boxford 3

North Andover

22 – 13.5%

26 – 8.0%

2 – 0.6%

Rockport 6 – 8.6%

Topsfield 3 26 – 8.0%

Hamilton 4 8 – 4.5%

Middleton 3 North Reading

Reading

5 – 4.4%

Marblehead

70 – 17.2%

5 – 2.1%

Salem

20 – 8.6%

Saugus

2 – 1.2%

33 – 21.7%

Lynn

218 – 24.2%

Melrose

Swampscott 6

8 – 3.1%

13 – 7.2%

Malden

10 – 2.6%

Revere

23 – 6.5%

Nahant 6

13 – 7.2%

12 – 3.3%

NA

Pentucket Triton 3 Masconomet 4 Hamilton-Wenham 5 Manchester-Essex 6 Nahant HS students attend Swampscott HS. 2

46 – 16.5%

Stoneham

Chelsea

Public School Regional Districts 1

Wakefield

Everett

35 – 15.8%

52 – 18.1%

Peabody

12 – 8.1%

Gloucester

Manchester by-the-Sea 5 Beverly

25 – 11.4%

Lynnfield

3 – 1.0%

8 – 4.5%

Danvers

8 – 4.7%

5 – 4.4%

Wenham 4

26 – 8.0%

Essex 5

East Boston

Winthrop 3 – 2.8%

Lynn Schools Breakdown Classical . . . . . . . . 83 – 25.2% English . . . . . . . . . . 95 – 24.1% Voc-Tech . . . . . . . . 40 – 22.6%

Note: Chelsea did not provide info.

Private Schools (not shown) Essex Aggie HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 – 19.8% Bishop Fenwick HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 – 4.3% St. Mary’s HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 – 8.5% NS Regional Tech HS . . . . . . . . . . 23 – 24.0% NE Metro Regional . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 – 11.4% Salem Academy Charter . . . . . . . . . .1 – 3.7% Malden Catholic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 – 1.3% Landmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 – 0.0% St. John’s Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 – 0.0%

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Our Mission

North Shore Community College, with campuses in Danvers, Lynn and Beverly, Massachusetts, provides convenient access to affordable excellence in education. Caring faculty and staff, state-of-the-art technology, transferable credits, flexible schedules and online classes make NSCC the first choice for thousands of residents looking for degree and certificate programs, continuing education, lifelong learning and workforce training. North Shore Community College is a source of hope and opportunity and a regional leader for social and economic change. Blending tradition and innovation, liberal arts and career preparation, intellectual development and cultural and personal growth, we foster a diverse and caring community of learners where all are welcome and each is challenged. We offer lifelong education responsive to changing community needs, a global economy, evolving technology and the shifting roles faced by individuals and institutions. Our greatest contribution to the commonwealth is the success and achievement of our students.


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