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Matt Jeralds in the ASPNC office

Meet ASPNC’s New Rec Therapist

This fall Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country (ASPNC) welcomed Matt Jeralds as its new Recreational Therapist. Recreational Therapy is a practice that develops specific activity-based programs for individuals with injuries or disabilities. These programs aim to improve physiological and physical health and create overall well-being. For ASPNC the new position opens additional possibilities […]

Basic Ingredients Bakery and Gifts

9-5: Baked Goods And Beautiful Views – What More Could You Want In A Job?

Imagine: Overlooking a beautiful lake in northern New Hampshire while getting a good whiff of sweet and savory treats. Sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? Well, if this is a place you’d like to spend your days, you’re in luck. This little slice of heaven actually exists at Basic Ingredients Bakery and Gift Shop in Bristol. […]

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Doing Good NH: Nate Morison of Vicuna Chocolate

This week I spoke with teen Nate Morison co-owner of Vicuña Chocolate in Peterborough, owner of 603 Property Care, a local landscaping business,  and past intern at Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce and supporter of local non profit Cornucopia Project dedicated to sustainable agriculture in the region. Nate’s family has been Peterbourough residents since in the […]

Emma Baillargeon, Senior Administrative Assistant at UNH

9-5: Once A Wildcat, Always A Wildcat

The phrase “once a wildcat, always a wildcat” has many different meanings for graduates of the University of New Hampshire (UNH). For some, it means keeping in touch with classmates, donating to the school, or attending sporting events. But for some wildcats, like Emma Baillargeon, that means going back to pursue a career. Emma is […]

Myra Fontaine, Paragon Digital Marketing

9-5: The Unexpected Power Of An Internship

When you think of an internship, does your mind automatically think about making coffee runs for stuffy executives who don’t know your name? You’re not alone. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t AMAZING internship opportunities out there that can help you gain real work experience, meet wonderful people, and propel your career. Myra Fontaine, a […]

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Doing Good NH: Carmen Lorentz of the Laconia Area Community Land Trust

This week I spoke with the Executive Director of the Laconia Area Community Land Trust, Carmen Lorentz. Carmen is also the Vice Chair of the Winnipesaukee Playhouse in Meredith and a board member for Stay Work Play New Hampshire, the NH Economic Development Association and Lakes Region Community College. Carmen is also a huge supporter […]

Mike Behrmann

9 to 5: On A Mission To Keep New Hampshire Clean

Are you passionate about reducing pollution, finding new sources of renewable energy, and increasing energy efficiency? You and Michael Behrmann, 34, have this in common. Michael is the Director of the New Hampshire Clean Tech Council (NHCTC), which is a membership-based organization that advocates for and represents New Hampshire’s clean tech and clean energy business […]