How to Enroll in Classes at Northeast State

Step 1:  Apply for Admission Apply online at Step 2:  Complete Your Admission File The following items are required for admission and must be submitted before you can register for classes: 1. Completed application for admission with a non-refundable $10 fee payable to Northeast State. 2. Official high school transcript with graduation date or official GED...
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No time like the present for current GED test

If you’ve put off taking the GED test, it’s time to buckle down and get it done — especially if you’ve already completed some sections of the five-part exam. The current version of the GED test – known as the 2002 Series – will expire at the end of 2013 and be replaced with a new high school equivalency test on January 2, 2014. Those who have taken the 2002 Series GED test, but not...
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Beth Ross earns prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship

Northeast State Community College graduate Elizabeth “Beth” Ross, earned the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship for 2013. “It is a huge honor to receive this scholarship,” says Ross, of Blountville. “I am truly grateful to be recognized by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.” Ross was chosen as one of only 73 scholarship recipients from more than...

The Power of Polite

Good manners can be career magic Would you check for phone texts during an interview with a prospective employer or chew with your mouth open at a lunch meeting? Pamela Eyring, president and director of The Protocol School of Washington, the nation’s only accredited protocol and business etiquette school, and Barbara Pachter, author of “New Rules @ Work: 79 Etiquette Tips, Tools and...
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Show Business Insight

Entertainment workshop gives backstage view of production methods Northeast State at Bristol hosted the three-day institute in July with 18 students getting a behind-the-scenes look of the entertainment industry. Students were musicians, audio/visual techies, and production professionals looking to learn more about a complex business. Mary McClure, theater manager of the Lamplight Theater in...

James Dockery finds calling in cardiovascular technology

James Dockery, Class of 2003, has always had a passion for the health care field, but it took Northeast State fledging Cardiovascular Invasive Technology Program to kick-start his career. James is currently clinical supervisor at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital for the admit/recovery unit, the cardiac catheterization lab, and the electrophysiology lab – managing 85 employees and working with more...