How has NCMPR touched your life?

NCMPR connects its members to a vast network of colleagues who truly understand the issues facing two-year college communicators and, best of all, are willing to share ideas and successful marketing practices. You'll make lasting connections that will enrich your personal and professional life.

Take a look at what our members say about their personal experiences with NCMPR and then add your own story.

 

NCMPR: There Is Truly Something for Everyone

NCMPR: There Is Truly Something for Everyone

Linnie S. Carter, Ph.D., APR, Vice President of College Advancement, HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College / Executive Director, HACC Foundation, HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, Harrisburg, PA
June 15, 2018

I have been fortunate to serve four community colleges – two in Virginia, one in North Carolina and one in Pennsylvania. A constant presence throughout my community ...

NCMPR Has Been There

NCMPR Has Been There

Todd Eric Lovato, Executive Director, Marketing and Public Relations, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM
June 7, 2018

In every step of my higher education career — beginning with an entry-level job in marketing and public relations and rising to my current position as an executive ...

The Privilege of Getting Involved in NCMPR

The Privilege of Getting Involved in NCMPR

Jennifer Boehmer, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement, Linn-Benton Community College, Albany, OR
May 29, 2018

NCMPR is known for its outstanding opportunities to connect through volunteerism. Whether it is helping to coordinate a district conference, writing a blog post, giving a ...

Where Do I Begin?

Where Do I Begin?

Stephanie Reyna, New Media and Marketing Specialist, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, CA
May 8, 2018

Where do I begin to sing the praises of NCMPR? When I first began, I didn't know what to expect. Now I depend on the wealth of knowledge that is the membership of NCMPR. This ...

NCMPR Is a Must

NCMPR Is a Must

Timothy Leong, Director, Communications and Community Relations, Contra Costa Community College District
April 18, 2018

I have been a member of NCMPR for more than eight years and appreciate my college's support of this decision. I enjoy the professional development and training opportunities, ...

Swiss Army Knife

Swiss Army Knife

Jeff Ebbing, Marketing Guy, Southeastern Community College (Iowa), West Burlington, IA
February 27, 2015

So this was my week (and I am not making this up): Monday: Meet with college emergency team to deal with report of student with alleged guns in a backpack. Cops scour the ...

From Analog to Digital

From Analog to Digital

Sally Cameron, Vice President, College Communications, Bristol Community College, Fall River, MA
February 26, 2015

Post Date: Feb. 26, 2015When I first stumbled across NCMPR in the '90s, I was a one-person shop churning out newsletters and press releases and newspaper ads and taking ...

Environment of Sharing

Environment of Sharing

Eve Markman, Director of Creative Services, Community College of Philadelphia, Philadlephia, PA
February 26, 2015

I have been all over the country to NCMPR conferences, and the thing that stands out the most to me is the environment of sharing that you find with your NCMPR colleagues. ...

It's Family Tradition

It's Family Tradition

Erin Edlund, Director of Institutional Advancement, Minnesota State, Rosemount, MN
February 11, 2015

To me, NCMPR is family. First, NCMPR is like family because there are the characters you find in every family... That one cousin who ALWAYS is just so perfect and gets all ...

It's People Who Care

It's People Who Care

Alan Campbell, Associate Director for Communications, Eastern Iowa Community College District, Davenport, IA
July 30, 2014

I could easily write a book about my many experiences with, and love for, NCMPR. Boiling that into a short essay is no easy task. Let me focus on what is most important -- ...

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