In this issue:
An inclusive school
Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez, president of NBSS, shares his thoughts on nurturing a diverse and inclusive school. Read the essay.
NBSS diversity counselor Lana Jackson writes about changing demographics and the NBSS diversity plan. Read the story.
Transition to work
Locksmithing instructor Dave Troiano cultivates the locksmithing network and helps students find jobs. Read the story.
Gaining business savvy
The annual NBSS business course teaches practical small business principles and best practices. Read the story.
Massachusetts furniture celebrated
A collaborative venture among local and national organizations celebrates four centuries of Massachusetts furniture. Read the story.
The new building on North Street includes space for the entire school to gather. Read the story.
All alumni...Under One Roof
Alumni support the unique NBSS community and the capital campaign. Read the story.
Born to make
Individuals become students at NBSS at different times in their lives. Some are at NBSS training for their first career. Read the story.
The Georgian footstool
Every year, students in the NBSS cabinet and furniture making program have the option to make a Georgian footstool. Read the story.
Sharing the love of woodworking
The NBSS middle-school woodworking program welcomes two new teachers. Read the story.
Peter Feinmann, CA '83's long connection to NBSS began when he attended the carpentry program. Read the story.
Bookbinding trip to London
It’s become a tradition. Every other year, NBSS bookbinding students go to London to visit bookbinders, libraries. Read the story.
Career and life highlights from alumni of NBSS full-time programs. Link to Alumni News.