Northwest Technical College offered free dental screenings to children between the ages of 1-18 on Feb. 2 as part of the American Dental Association’s Give Kids a Smile program.
Six Northwest Technical College students shared stories about how their backgrounds and experiences have influenced their lives as college students at a lunchtime Student Diversity Panel held Jan. 23 in the NTC Commons.
A group of north-central Minnesota industrial leaders gathered at Northwest Technical College Dec. 12 for a listening session to explore a potential new commercial refrigeration program at the college.
Students from Greenway High School in Coleraine, Minn., visited Northwest Technical College to learn about the college’s programs and the career options that are available by pursuing a technical education.
Around three dozen primary and secondary school counselors heard about north-central Minnesota’s skills gap and how technical education can help close that gap at a meeting of the Northwest Regional Counselors Association at Northwest Technical College.
Northwest Technical College hosted the Rural Minnesota Community Health Worker Conference Oct. 20 at the Eagles Club in Bemidji. The all-day conference provided tools for community health workers to better advocate for their role within their workplace and communities.
These photos of students in NTC classrooms, labs and other settings were taken primarily on Sept. 29 and Oct. 4, 2017.
NTC’s Child Care Club attended the Health Fair at Bemidji State University on Oct. 11 to talk about healthy, happy teeth.
Northwest Technical College celebrated nearly two dozen recipients of NTC Foundation scholarships and publicly introduced its new academic vice president during a Sept. 12 open house and reception.
Northwest Technical College hosted a Welcome Day for new and returning students on Aug. 18. It featured activities for all students who are new to the college, including first-time college students and students transferring to NTC from other institutions. The schedule of activities included picking up student ID cards, purchasing books, buying parking passes, meeting college clubs, lunch with […]