North End Matters

North End Matters

3 key entrepreneurship lessons COVID-19 has taught us.

3 key entrepreneurship lessons COVID-19 has taught us.

April 24, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a catastrophic impact on the world economy. It has especially hurt small businesses, given that they do not have the huge cash reserves that big corporations like Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others do.
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Our community is here to help our small businesses.

April 1, 2020
Online webinars and resources
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NECIC will be taking precaution in light of the COVID-19 situation.

NECIC will be taking precaution in light of the COVID-19 situation.

March 13, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 situation, we want to be sensitive to the needs of our employees as well as our community members. We are taking the necessary precautions to keep our office safe and clean.
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The North End honors Dr. Walter Jordan II

The North End honors Dr. Walter Jordan II

March 6, 2020
Walter Jordan Drive
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Session 2: How Are Identities Reflected in Leadership?

Session 2: How Are Identities Reflected in Leadership?

October 7, 2019
On September 25, we launched the first session of the AALI Journey: Finding Your Voice Amidst the Changing Demands of Our Communities. The guests of the first session, Leona Smith of NECIC, Victor Coleman Jr. of FirstEnergy Corp, and Deanna West-Torr
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Stories from the North End: Brenda Morris

Stories from the North End: Brenda Morris

August 21, 2019 3 comments
“I first got connected with NECIC when I began volunteering as a receptionist for them. I quickly learned that this is the place to be if you want to know what’s going on in Mansfield. If you don’t know how to do something or if you want to know who your contacts are or if you want to help make things happen in the North End, NECIC can help.”
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Robyn McNulty Success Story

Robyn McNulty Success Story

June 28, 2019
“People are so closely linked in the North End, that once one person achieves something, they want to help their neighbors do it, too. It’s the most beautiful chain reaction you’ve ever seen.”I have an incredible relationship with this town. My family lived in an apartment building in the North End until I was five years old. My grandmother was a bartender and many of my afternoons as a kid were spent sitting at the bar, drinking Pepsi and eating Jones potato chips. Life in the North End was full of family and friends, sharing and bartering. People who don’t have a lot of money are incredibly resourceful. You learn to value relationships and appreciate so many different ways of living. It was such a vibrant and beautiful neighborhood then, and it still is now.I moved away from Mansfield for two years, but once I found out I was pregnant with my daughter, I came right back. I wanted to raise her here. This area will always be home to me. No matter where I move or where I live, this is home.
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