Save the Date for the 2017 Nighthawk Golf Tournament
Monday, October 2, 2017 – TPC Boston
Newbury College will be hosting the Annual Nighthawk Golf Tournament on October 2, 2017. In keeping with the Newbury tradition of having its tournaments at premier private golf clubs, this year’s tournament will be held at the prestigious TPC Boston. TPC Boston, located in Norton, MA, is the only PGA Tour facility in Massachusetts and one of only four PGA Tour playoff courses for the FedEx Cup.
Registration will begin at 11:30 am, with tee-off set for 1:00 pm. A box lunch will be provided and a cocktail reception will follow the tournament. To continue with Newbury’s tradition, contest holes, a 50/50 raffle, and a silent auction will be held.
Tickets and sponsorships will be available for purchase in early August. Mark your calendars now and plan to purchase tickets early – this event sells out every year!
Connect with Newbury on LinkedIn
Connect with your fellow Newbury College Alumni and learn helpful job searching tips on LinkedIn! Join the over 700 existing members in the Newbury Alumni LinkedIn page which can be found here. In addition to networking opportunities, articles on the best practices for finding jobs, writing cover letters, and hiring practices will also be shared. We look forward to connecting with you!
Newbury Welcomes Two New Vice Presidents
Earlier this month, Paul Vaccaro joined Newbury College as the new Vice President of Enrollment Management. Vaccaro brings years of experience at Regis College, Dean College and Bentley University in enrollment, marketing, and other related fields and will serve as a wonderful asset to the Newbury community. We are delighted to welcome Paul to the Newbury Community.
On July 5th, Lysa Teal will join Newbury College as the new Vice President for Administration and Finance. Teal has over 20 years of experience in higher education, working with financial and administrative management. Before coming to Newbury, she served as Vice President of Administration and Finance for Rhode Island College. She has also worked at the University of Connecticut serving first as Budget Director then as Associate Vice President of Finance and Budget and worked at Brown University as Associate Budget Director.
Alumni Patio Last Call
Last call to support the Alumni Patio! This is an opportunity that is exclusively available to our alumni. Many have purchased blue pavers and granite circle stones that will have names and class years engraved on them. Blue pavers can be purchased for $25 and stones for $100. Visit www.newbury.edu to purchase a piece of the alumni patio and leave your mark on Newbury’s campus!
Krista Cambara '12
Coco Early & Associates, REALTOR & Voluminous Properties, LLC, Owner (Contracting Business)
Why do you love Newbury?
I got a very well rounded education, there are numerous resources to utilize and I made many fond memories while I attended.
What does being a Newbury College Graduate mean to you?
The Newbury college experience helped me transition smoothly from life at home to life as an adult. Because I have always been shy, the small, warm environment helped me to make friends and adapt quicker. Instead of drowning in huge classrooms where the professor doesn’t even know your name, the smaller classes cultivate a friendlier, more supportive environment. The small campus and close-knit community helped make the experience less intimidating and more memorable.
As an alumna, I want to support that environment, but also help the college grow. It’s important to keep up with the times and integrate technology into the learning experience. It’s also important to me that I provide support to those who need guidance into the next stage of life. Many students aren’t sure what they want to do, where they want to go, and they aren’t sure how to figure that out. I want to be a resource so that those students who are questioning their future know that they aren’t alone and that there are many opportunities out there. I went to school for hospitality, but I transferred my skills into real estate. Getting a college degree doesn’t restrict you into one field. If you get creative, you can use a college degree in many different ways and in different fields. I am one example of that.
Why do you donate to the Annual Fund?
I always try to give back to the places that serve the community and have a special place in my heart. I know that when I give back to Newbury, it not only serves the current and future students, but it also helps Newbury to grow. Everyone knows that a college education is important, but also expensive; it’s important to provide value to those who seek this experience and growth.
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