- #tbt The first NESCom audio control room which shared space with our tape-to-tape editing bays for video production students. Through the glass you can see the live room/tv studio/classroom that was located in the basement of Newman Gymnasium.
- NESCom and Apple will team up on May 2nd to work with students from over 40 schools for Cool 2 Career 2014!
Cool 2 Career - May 2nd, 2014
From Cool2Career @ The New England School of Communications of Husson University Through their access to Apple devices, students across Maine have rich access to digital production studios for audio (GarageBand - Mac - iOS), video (iMovie - Mac - iOS), and still imagery (iPhoto - Mac - iOS). Students from across Maine are making great movies and plugging their electric guitars into their MacBook Air or iPad to record and mix their own songs or covers. Student photographers are collecting, editing, and sharing their still image portfolios with friends and families. And then there are the young people who love to program. Whether they are learning how to create iOS apps, writing code, or working in an object oriented environment to design a game, these kids love the challenge of complex problems. And you know what, the Maine students that are doing these things are having fun. But what if a seventh grader or a high school junior began to think that these things they now are doing for fun can, in fact, be the beginning of a pathway to a career. What if these creative students began to see that they can chart a pathway from cool to career? On May 2, 2014 please plan on coming to NESCom and learn how you can move your enjoyment of video and audio production or digital imagery forward and begin to see yourself on a pathway from "Cool2Career!" Meanwhile, take a look at the cool digital stuff going on at NESCom, and begin to think about what you might get a chance to do on this exciting day.
- Terra Chips interviews Beneath The Harvest Sky writers and directors Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly. The film is now out and available on iTunes.
The LaJoie Growers, LLC family farm is where they grow the majority of the blue potatoes used to make our TERRA Blues. It’s also the setting for the film Beneath The Harvest Sky, which is premiering in a few days in NYC! Check out this video to learn more.
- NESCom WebMedia Asst. Professor Laura Gurney spent time with students from Milford Middle School last week working on robotics. It's just one of the many ways NESCom faculty work with students long before they graduate high school.
Milford Students Learn STEM Concepts with Robots - Bangor, Maine News, Sports, and Weather -...
It was Robotics 101 for some Milford students Friday. Middle schoolers at the Lewis Libby School learned how to construct and program robots. They used Lego Mindstorms robotics. A faculty member from NESCom at Husson University was there to teach them. It was all part of the school’s STEM program. “...
- In High School? Have a passion for communications and the media? Join us for Maine Media Camp 2014. July 27th through August 1st!
Get more information at nescom.edu/mediacamp
- The NESCom chapter of the Audio Engineering Society presents a lecture by Bob Ludwig of Gateway Mastering on April 24th at 7PM. All students are invited to attend.
- MuggleNet.com spreads news of the Tale of the Three Brothers worldwide
Release date and new photos from NESCom’s “The Tale of the Three Brothers”
Previously, we shared with you the official trailer for "The Tale of the Three Brothers," ...
- With graduation near, students are being added to hireme.nescom.edu daily.
Check them out, maybe you'll find your next communications employee!
Welcome | Hire Me by NESCom
HireMe is a showcase of talent from New England School of Communications (NESCom) students. Students listed here have recently graduated from our school or are about to graduate in the coming months.
Academics are but part of your college experience, but it is the part that can determine your success or failure as a student. Higher Education demands a serious commitment on your part. Hard work, determination, and organization will decide how much you get out of this kind of experience. The staff and faculty of the New England School of Communication will be here to help you. They are some of the most knowledgeable people in the communication business and are willing to speak with you anytime in or outside the classroom and lab. Communication will become your business here and it will be important to let people know what you’re thinking and what you want to know and learn while you are here. The time students spend at NESCom is exciting and fulfilling in every way and every effort will be made to help you reach your goals. Don’t hesitate to come in and talk with us. You have everything to gain.
-Ben Haskell, Academic Dean