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Non-Discrimination Policy

Manchester Community College does not discriminate in the administration of its admissions and educational programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status. This statement is a reflection of the mission of the Community College System of New Hampshire and Manchester Community College and refers, but is not limited, to the provisions of the following laws:

Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

The Age of Discrimination Act of 1967 (ADEA)

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)

Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veteran's Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974

NH Law Against Discrimination (RSA 354-A)

Inquiries regarding discrimination may be directed to:

Sara A. Sawyer

Director of Human Resources

Community College System of New Hampshire

26 College Drive

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 230-3512

Inquiries may also be directed to:

US Department of Education

Office of Civil Rights

J.W. McCormack Post Office & Courthouse

Room 707, 01-0061

Boston, MA 02109-4557

(617) 223-9662

Fax: (617) 223-9669

TTD: (617) 223-9695

NH Commission for Human Rights

2 Chennell Drive

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 271-2767

Fax: (603) 271-6339

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

John F. Kennedy Federal Building

475 Government Center

Boston, MA 02203

(617) 565-3200

Fax: (617) 565-3196

TTY: (617) 565-3204

For automatic connection to the nearest EEOC field office:

Phone: 1-800-669-4000

TTY: 1-800-669-6820

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Employment and internship listings through this on-line job board are independent of the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH), which includes MCC, and do not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. CCSNH makes no representation or guarantee about the organizations or positions listed and is not responsible for posting accuracy, or for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. It is each individual job seeker's responsibility to thoroughly research the integrity of each organization to which he or she is applying. Job seekers should take all care and use common sense and caution when applying for or accepting any position.

For your privacy and protection against scams when applying to a job online, it is advisable that you do not give your social security number to a prospective employer, provide credit card or bank account information, or perform any sort of monetary transaction.

All concerns and issues related to job and/or internship opportunities on this job board should be addressed promptly via email to MCC Career Development & Transfer Services at:













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O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!

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CareerOneStop offers comprehensive online resources and tools for students, job seekers, workers, and employers who are seeking career and workforce information.

Specialized information includes:

GetMyFuture: Offers career, training, and job search resources for young adults ages 16-24 years.

mySkillsmyFuture: Helps laid-off workers and those changing careers explore new careers that may use transferable skills

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These are upcoming job fairs around the state that job seekers and employers may find of interest. Many listings are taken from newspapers advertising these events. NH Employment Security may participate in some of these. NH Employment Security is not connected with the sponsors of these job fairs, unless otherwise noted. This information is provided to our customers as a courtesy only for informational purposes. We are not representing the sponsors of these job fairs, but are only passing the information to our customers.

For more information on any of these, except as otherwise noted, please contact the appropriate sponsor.

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Our Student Access Program:

Glassdoor is a free online career community where past and present employees submit company reviews, salaries, and interview information on over 340,000 companies in over 190 countries. We also have an extensive job board, with over 15 million job and internship postings.

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A career planning tabloid that provides information on exploring, setting, and achieving career goals. The tabloid has articles on new and future occupations; job search techniques; exploring personal skills and interest areas; options for training and education beyond high school; career resources on the Internet; and much more.

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The NH Transfer Credit Database is designed to help you determine not only if your community college courses will transfer to a four-year institution, but how they will transfer.

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Welcome to the Power of 2!

Enrolling at Manchester Community College is the first step toward earning two degrees through the New Hampshire Dual Admission Program. You now have a seamless academic pathway from the New Hampshire Community Colleges and one of the four members of the University System of New Hampshire (University of New Hampshire, Keene State, Plymouth State and Granite State). Complete your associate degree at MCC before transitioning to one of the members of the University System of New Hampshire to complete your bachelor's degree.

While working toward your associate degree and bachelor's degree at the same time, you will receive special academic advising and enjoy campus activities at two colleges.

Manchester Community College

Dual Admission Agreement Examples

Granite State College

Computer Science and Innovation, AS to Computer Science Innovation, BS

Nursing, AS to Nursing, BSN

AS in Allied Health area, Business Studies, Management, or a closely related field to Health Care Management, BS

AS or AAS in a nonbusiness field to Applied Studies: Management, BS

Teacher Education, AS to Teacher Education, BS (multiple options)

Keene State College

Graphic Design, AAS to Art: Graphic Design, BA

Fine Arts, AA to Art: Studio Art, BA

Early Childhood Education, AAS to Education: Early Childhood Development, BS

Management, AS to Management, BS

Marketing, AS to Marketing, BS

Plymouth State University

Accounting, AS to Accounting, BS

Business Studies, AA to BS, Sports Management

Early Childhood Education, AAS to Early Childhood Education Studies, BS

Teacher Educations/TC, AAS to Elementary Educatons (TC K-8), BS

Liberal Arts/Social Science, AA to Social Science, BS

Management, AS to Business Administration, BS

Marketing, AS to Business Administration, BS

Computer Science, AS to Computer Science, BS

UNH Manchester

Computer Science, AS to Computer Information Systems, BS

Liberal Arts/Social Science, AA to Politics and Society, BA

Liberal Arts/Behavioral Science, AA to Psychology, BA

Life Science, AS to Biological Science, BS

Management, AA to Business, BA

(AA) - Associate of Arts

(AAS) - Associate of Applied Science

(AS) - Associate of Science

(BA) - Bachelor of Arts

(BS) - Bachelor of Science

(BSN) - Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Our goal is to encourage more young workers to “Stay, Work and Play” in New Hampshire.

Our Mission Statement: “To work collaboratively across New Hampshire to support ongoing economic, workforce, and community development by promoting the state as a favorable place for young workers and recent college graduates to stay, work and play, when considering employment and lifestyle opportunities.”

Stay Work Play NH (SWP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that was established in 2009 to further the 55% Initiative, support and advance several recommendations made by the Governor’s Task Force for the Recruitment and Retention of a Young Workforce for New Hampshire and serve as an independent organization to run a website and associated marketing effort regarding what New Hampshire can offer to the 20 and 30 year old demographic in terms of staying, working, and playing here. New Hampshire is a great state in which to live, ranking very highly in terms of health, safety, low taxes, personal income, and livability. Most individuals who attend college here or visit from another state recall positive experiences vacationing or exploring New Hampshire. They also want to stay or return here later in life. But currently, only about half of the state’s college graduates actually do stay. To learn more, visit our History page.

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Complete Your Bachelor’s Degree at New England College:

Community College Students Now Enjoy Automatic Acceptance

You’ve demonstrated the initiative to enroll in a community college. Congratulations! You appreciate the lifelong benefits of a higher education and want to give yourself the best chance for a successful and meaningful career. A bachelor’s degree will position you for that success.

The CC2NEC Program is designed to:

• provide the certainty of knowing that, if you’ve been accepted at a community college and are in good standing, you are automatically accepted to New England College.

• offer generous scholarships. If you attend classes full-time at Henniker, tuition could be 50% less.

• allow students to transfer up to 90 credits, saving you valuable time.

• allow eligible students direct entry into New England College’s Honor’s program.

CC2NEC information

Transfer students belong here! Finding the right college is about fit – and it doesn’t always happen the first time around. New England College is small, supportive academic community dedicated to your success. Our generous transfer credit policies and academic scholarships help make your NEC experience affordable!

Transfer students can apply for either the Fall or Spring semester. With our rolling admission process, you will receive an admission decision and preliminary credit evaluation within two weeks of your file being complete.

Please contact our Transfer Coordinator at 603.428.2223 for further information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many credits can be transferred in? Students may transfer a maximum of 90 credits. Please visit the Transfer Credit Evaluation page for more information.

How do transfer students register for classes? Our Pathways Center staff assists students in selecting classes based on transfer credit evaluation and student goals

Do transfer students have an academic advisor? Yes! All students are assigned an advisor to support your academic success. Advisors are typically a professor from your major.

Where do transfer students live? Transfer students are granted upper-class privileges for residence hall options that include doubles, suites, or small houses (typically single rooms in the small houses). Incoming students with 60 or more transfer credits may live off campus.

May transfer students play sports? Yes! Eligibility is based on NCAA standards and determined by the coach. Learn more about athletics at NEC and contact our coaches here.

Who do I contact if I have other questions? Please call the Office of Admission at 800.521.7642 to connect with one of our counselors.

Transfer Credit Evaluation Process

We understand the complexity and importance of the transfer process and work to make the transition as seamless as possible. All courses completed at an accredited post-secondary institution with a grade “C-“or higher is considered transferable to New England College. Exceptions may be made for students who have completed an Associate Degree, allowing up to 12 credits of grades recorded as a “D” to be transferred. For more detailed information, please review our Transfer Policy

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