When her organization received a federal grant to improve health services in Ely, Minnesota, Kate Willis enrolled in Northwest Technical College’s online community health worker program.
NTC dental assisting student Emily Borah never imagined herself going to college. However, after giving birth to her daughter, Sutton, she figured it would be the perfect time to pursue her dream of working in the dental industry. Nearly two years later, Borah is set to gradate with an associate of applied science degree this May.
Richie Rossbach takes pride in knowing he will be one of the first students to complete NTC’s Commercial Refrigeration program. NTC’s newest academic program, Commercial Refrigeration was added in direct response to industry feedback on a shortage of skilled employees in a field ranked as a five-star, in-demand career by the State of Minnesota.
The nursing programs at Northwest Technical College have received full accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. The commission granted accreditation to NTC’s practical nursing diploma and its associate of science degree nursing programs.
Marsha Sorenson, a Northwest Technical College student finishing her certificate in medical coding, proudly received the Mississippi Headwaters Bloodbank Scholarship during NTC’s 2019 Scholarship Breakfast earlier this semester.
Northwest Technical College’s Student Success Center (SSC), home of the library, tutoring center, study areas and computer labs, aims to foster a healthy environment that enables students to be successful both in the classroom and in the workplace.
After listening to business and industry feedback, Northwest Technical College launched a new 60-credit commercial refrigeration diploma in the the fall of 2018. Now, John Kenny has joined the ranks as the lead instructor for the program.
Morgan Groenhoff knew she wanted to study dental assisting when she decided to attend NTC right after she graduated from high school.
After facing his second layoff in less than 10 years in the production industry, Shawn Graupmann was ready for a career change. With the support of his wife and two young children, Graupmann made the decision to return to school and pursue a degree in electrical construction at Northwest Technical College.
Moving from the country of Brazil, after marrying a local citizen, to study, live and thrive in Northern Minnesota may seem like a tough feat for some. But for Ester Olson, a student at Northwest Technical College, it has been a welcoming and encouraging experience.