Colleges and Programs

The New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) – Here is a good resource to help you strategically select the right college for the right reason and to understand the funding of the educational experience you choose. Some good and helpful information for students (virtual tours, local scholarships), parents (college calculator) and educators (downloadable curriculum, professional development opportunities).

The Community College System of New Hampshire – Why would you choose a community college for a higher education experience? Well, there are many reasons. And, with the CCSNH, the reasons are all front-and-center. Want to know more? The link is right here.

New Hampshire Works, Career Services – There are a few valuable links on this website that will direct you to guidance and tools in the search for your chosen career.


Job Seekers and Career

State of New Hampshire Job Opportunities – Here is a handy link that will take you directly to the state’s list of open jobs. They conveniently are listed by most recent post. As well, if you don’t wish to scroll or navigate the opportunities displayed, there is a basic search tool available.

New Hampshire Works, Job Match System – For career seekers, this website provides many links to resources relative to finding a job such as ’10 steps to a new job’, job market trend information, virtual recruiter and resume builder. For the employer, there are recruitment and education services along with helpful tools to attract the right candidate for your opening(s).

CCSNH, Employment Opportunities (Community College System of New Hampshire) – As New Hampshire’s state community college system is so vast, it would make sense that there could be an ample number of job openings. If you are seeking a job in the realm of higher education, you may want to take a look at the long list of opportunities.


Leadership and Development

New Hampshire Machining Association – What is the difference between a machinist and an engineer? How much money can a machinist expect to make and what is the career path? To answer these two questions and more, the members of this organization work to offer programs that have been designed to expand the dialogue between industry and educators. Plant tours, guest speakers and workshops are just a few of the ways information amongst members is shared with the idea of passing the content value on to students and learners.

New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education – NHSTE is a nonprofit organization made up of volunteers interested in improving education through the integration of technology tools and techniques in the classroom. There is a foundation for linking educators across the state to share pertinent and effective information relative to new and emerging convergent technologies for teaching and learning.


Entrepreneurs and Start-ups

New Hampshire Office of SBA – This website has an abundance of good and necessary information for the small business owner. Additional helpful information on topics such as licensing, trade name registration, permits and zoning ordinances.



New Hampshire State Office of Veteran Services – Many of the services needed by our country’s well-deserved veterans can be found here. Compensation claims, counsel on employment, educational programs, medical care entitlement, nursing home assistance, and other related activities and resources for veterans are available.

New Hampshire Department of Veterans Affairs – On this site, veterans will find an abundance of information on centers, facilities, programs, benefits, and much much more. A super resource for our nation’s heroes.

The American Legion – New Hampshire – Here is a comprehensive resource directory to assist veterans, service members, and their dependents with questions about healthcare, financial assistant, and more.