Jalbert attributes her career success to the educational foundation she built at GBCC from 2005 to 2007.
Over 90% of Great Bay students who graduated from the most recent four sessions of the 12-week program were employed immediately upon completion.
Good decisions change lives. Matthew Pefine’s personal story is a shining example.
Open House information for events at GBCC’s Portsmouth and Rochester campuses.
“…there were huge benefits to the Great Bay program. It was affordable, local, competitive and had a great reputation for rigor and preparation of excellent nurses.”
“Great Bay has definitely been a confidence boost that I needed and the best launching pad I could think of for the next phase of my life.”
Pat Vermette describes machine quilting as her passion, noting “Most of my quilts are not made from a pattern. I like to take it from idea to completion on my own.”
Dr. Lesser has served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at two community colleges. She comes to Great Bay from Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke, PA.
“Great Bay was the steppingstone I needed to start my career. I was very eager to join the workforce full time, and the speed of the accelerated program helped keep the finish line in sight.”
“I feel that teaching is a leadership position right now in New Hampshire society, and one of service. Most students echo that sentiment. They want a way to give back and help children and families….The students at Great Bay are here because they want to be here.”
Grace Winslette is in the early stages of her journey to become a teacher. She chose to begin her education at Great Bay due to its real-world, in-classroom approach.
Project results in assembly of “traveling trunk” of artifacts, bringing history/culture alive PORTSMOUTH – Researchers from Great Bay Community College and the University of New Hampshire are examining the working […]