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The future of web designing for businesses

The future of web designing for businesses

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor In Chief

March 5, 2020

NORFOLK- Have you ever found yourself searching through a business's website to find information? Or gotten lost looking for a button to take you to the right page? We have all been in this position and sometimes it takes way too much time.  A good website and social media marketing can mean the difference between making a sale and not making a sale.   Every busi...

What jobs are looking for in college students

What jobs are looking for in college students

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief

August 29, 2019

NORFOLK--The part-time job fair took place at Northeast Community College on Aug. 27 from 3-5 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center. The job fair gave students an opportunity to meet with businesses around Norfolk and explore new job ideas, pick up applications and talk with employers. The businesses ...

The economy is booming. But are Americans ready for the next recession?


September 10, 2018

Need a few thousand bucks? Get a loan fast online. Need a mortgage? Apply for one on your phone. Have questions for your bank? Chat with a robot instead of a teller. The way Americans interact with the financial system has changed dramatically over the last 10 years. And yet, for all the technologi...

Conversation at Northeast focuses on recruiting young professionals to the region

Nebraska State Senator Adam Morfeld (right) speaks during a Community Conversation at Northeast Community College regarding the recruitment and retainment of young professionals to Nebraska. Looking on are Jeff Skalberg, of Omaha, and Brittnay Dawson, of Norfolk.

February 27, 2018

The region served by Northeast Community College is no different than many parts of the country when it comes to workforce and economic vitality. While some progress has been seen in attracting and retaining young professionals to the region, local officials say more can be done. The issue was the s...

How Team Trump sees unemployment and why it matters

January 26, 2017

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump has long cast a skeptical eye on the official unemployment rate — and this week, Treasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin and White House press secretary Sean Spicer have clarified what the president might mean when he says the jobless figure isn’t real. While they’ve...

Spring Job Fair At Northeast

Northeast Community College Job Fair

March 17, 2015

Mark your calendars for the upcoming spring job fair a. Ninety employers will be on campus to talk to students and alumni about internships, part-time and full-time positions.This is a professional networking event so students are encouraged to present a positive professional image.  Students should br...

Three Tips To Make Your Retail Job Rewarding

Angela Richart, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2014

College students often seek employment in the community to pay their bills or for extra spending money. With holidays looming on the horizon many area businesses will be looking for seasonal help. Having worked retail for the past year, I have seen many people come and go. I have gained what I believe...

Susan Tompor: College Diploma? Check. College Debt? Double-Check To Make Sure The Bill Gets Paid

Susan Tompor: College Diploma? Check. College Debt? Double-Check To Make Sure The Bill Gets Paid

August 28, 2014

By Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press (MCT) Stacy Tontalo, 22, graduated from Central Michigan University in May and knows very well that she has another monthly bill to tackle come November. Six months from graduation, she’s going to need to start making payments of about $200 a month to cover $19...

Surviving College 101: Balancing School and Work

Surviving College 101: Balancing School and Work

Jackson Miller, Staff Editor

July 9, 2014

Money is a great thing to have, but getting it takes a lot of work, and sometimes that work can get I the way of more important things, like school. The important thing that needs to be addressed is that trying to go to school and balance work is difficult and cannot be done with the work of just one...

Does a college degree lead to good jobs and happiness? Or to debt and regret?

Does a college degree lead to good jobs and happiness? Or to debt and regret?

February 11, 2014

Chicago Tribune Thursday, Dec. 26: Higher education is one of the more expensive investments many people will ever make. The average cost of a year in college, including tuition, fees, room and board, now runs about $23,000 — enough to buy a new car. Graduates typically leave with $30,000 each...

Part time help wanted

Mary Kay ladies and their booth.

Jackson Miller, Shift Editor

September 5, 2013

The Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. once said,” Whatever your life's work is, do it well. A man should do his job so well that the living, the dead, and the unborn could do it no better.” The Northeast part time job fair was held on August 27th from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M in the life long learning center. Ma...

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