Friday, August 19, 2016
Friday, August 12, 2016
Local Developer Graduates from Community Development Institute
CONWAY, Ark. - Dr. Blanche Hunt, Associate Vice President of Community Relations, Arkansas Northeastern College was among the 35 individuals who were awarded graduation certificates during the 30th annual Community Development Institute - Central (CDI) at the University of Central Arkansason August 5, 2016. Dr. Hunt completed all three years of the institute’s program of study and is now qualified to sit for the Professional Community and Economic Developer exam.
CDI trains community leaders and economic development professionals on how to strengthen their local economies and build communities. This is achieved by developing the ability of participants to identify community assets, set goals, encourage collaboration and partnerships with stakeholders, and bringcommunities, organizations and businesses together to respond to a broad range of economic and quality of life issues.
The complete institute experience is a three year program, with one week of training per year. Participants move through the program curriculum in cohorts, and are exposed to a comprehensive, applied approach to the field of community and economic development.
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
ANC Associate Degree Nursing Program Students Exceed State and National Pass Rates for the Arkansas Board of Nursing Exam
|Arkansas Northeastern College 2016 nursing graduates participate in a Pinning Ceremony held May 11, 2016, to commemorate their completion of the Associate Degree Nursing Program.|
Monday, July 25, 2016
Winery Tours & Mystery Theatre WeekendIf your looking for a fun fall excursion, make plans to join us in September for a winery trip that will be full of fun, tasty wine and beautiful scenery.
Local wineries around St.Louis are among the nation's oldest, and a few are actually among the most award-winning. They offer great views, hospitality and simple fun that make them a great destination.
First stop is Scott City .This winery is in a century old farmhouse nestled in the hills above the Mississippi River. We will tour the winery and have lunch there.
Next stop is Ste. Genevieve. Beautiful vistas of the river and the lush vineyard await you! Take a 30-minute guided tour of the winery, which include a five flight wine tasting and souvenir wine glass.
St. Louis awaits with a special dinner at the Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. The rest of the evening is “on your own” to either head back to the hotel or enjoy the St . Louis nightlife.
On Saturday, enjoy a leisurely breakfast and depart for Hermannhof Wineries.
There are few places on earth where the marriage of soil and climate is blessed by great wine grapes. The vineyards of Hermannhof are among them. We will depart Hermannhof at around 3:00 pm and stop for dinner in Cape Girardeau on the way home.
This trip includes motorcoach transportation, one-night stay in St. Louis, Winery tours, and Mystery Dinner Theatre tickets.
A minimum of 30 people is required for this trip. So pass the word along to your friends! Payment in full is due by August 15.
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
|New ANC Art Instructor, Holt Brasher|
ANC WELCOMES NEW ART INSTRUCTOR
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
|Criminal Justice competitors (L-R): Duane Busby (Instructor), Tyler Smith, Brian Reynolds, Cindy Tomblin, Ryan Crouch, Cecil Langston, Curtis Lunsford, and Kalei Wimbley.|
|Medical Terminology competitors (L-R): Chris Hunt, Tailynn Richmond, Tonya Lucas, Ally Ainsworth, and Abby Hurley.|
|Aviation Maintenance competitors (L-R): Landen Stutts, Michael Rawson, Chase Walker, and Brian Dennis (Instructor)|
|(Left) Ryan Crouch|
|(L-R) David Davis (Instructor) and Post-Secondary Welding Structure State Champion - Chase Farrish|