NESCom marks three decades of excellence
(Editor's note: A lot of the background and history of NESCom in this article was provided courtesy of the booklet “A Review 1981-2007” created by NESCom Founder George Wildey)
BANGOR - The New England School of Communications, located on the campus of Husson University in Bangor, has been producing some of the most talented employees in the communication business for 30 years now. Aron Gaudet, a 1996 graduate and creator of the Maine troop greeters documentary “The Way We Get By,” and Bret Johnson, a 2005 graduate and recent Academy Award winner for his contributions to the Martin Scorsese film “Hugo,” are just two of the school's amazing stand-outs. These talented individuals, along with countless other students, got to where they are today thanks to the vision of one New York native with years of experience that he wanted to share with others.
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