The NTC Nurse Pinning Ceremony for the class of 2019 was held on May 9. Students received their nursing name tags and were formally admitted into the profession as graduates of NTC’s nursing program.
More than 200 Northwest Technical College students celebrated the completion of their certificates, diplomas and degrees at the college’s annual Commencement ceremony. NTC’s 205-member Class of 2019 included: 54 associate of science degree recipients; 47 associate of applied science degree recipients; 59 diploma recipients; and 45 certificate recipients. 68 of the college’s 205 graduating students […]
Dozens of students in Northwest Technical College’s Class of 2019 celebrated their status as college graduates with custom-decorated mortar boards. Congratulations, graduates!
Northwest Technical College held its first annual Student Achievement Celebration on May 8 to recognize and honor outstanding students across campus. Sadie Fraley, a sophomore from Northome, Minn., opened the event by playing her guitar for the crowd of more than 60 students, family members, faculty and staff. President Faith C. Hensrud welcomed all attendees […]
Northwest Technical College recognized one retiring employee, along with three employees reaching length-of-service milestones and the college’s annual employee award winners, at a May 3 celebration on campus.
Those interested in learning about careers in child care and early childhood education explored Northwest Technical College’s educational opportunities at an open house on April 16.
Bemidji, Kelliher and South Koochiching high schools visited Northwest Technical College for their Automotive and Building Systems Day March 27.
Northwest Technical College’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee held a diversity visioning session on March 21 to prepare for the development of the NTC’s 2019-2024 strategic plan for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Northwest Technical College welcomed more than 80 local high school students during a health and human services open house on March 20.
The Northwest Technical College Diversity and Inclusion Committee hosted a professional development workshop led by Dr. Jesse Grant, associate vice president for student life and success, entitled “Truth is I’m Tired: Working with Minoritized Students in Navigating Higher Education” on March 18.