In order to upgrade to new infrastructure supporting ISRS, on Sept. 20-22, 2019 the ISRS enterprise database will be unavailable.
Northwest Technical College in Bemidji will host a series of open houses on August 6, 7 and 8. These academic program showcases will allow visitors to meet with college faculty, tour classrooms and labs, learn more about financial aid and the admissions process, apply for scholarships, and enroll for fall classes.
Northwest Technical College will host an open house on Aug. 6 for new and current students to learn more about the residential plumbing, HVAC and commercial refrigeration programs.
Northwest Technical College’s Heather Sutherland, instructor of early childhood education, is on the core team for the Bemidji Rural Child Care Innovation Program (RCCIP).
A total of 90 students earned Dean’s List honors from Northwest Technical College in Bemidji, Minn., at the conclusion of the Spring 2019 semester.
High school-aged students from across the state of Minnesota gathered at Northwest Technical College this week, June 24-28, for the annual VEX Robotics Camp. Campers formed teams for a June 28 finale competition scheduled for 12:30.
Northwest Technical College’s administrative assistant program was ranked third on the list “2019 Best Online Associate in Administrative Assistant Programs” by Best Colleges.
Northwest Technical College faculty and staff will present at the Rural Minnesota Community Health Worker Conference at the Hampton Inn and Suites scheduled for Oct. 21, 2019.
The daylong conference is intended for employers and potential employers of community health workers and will provide community health workers with opportunities to network with colleagues and learn strategies for advocating for their own roles in the health care system, at work and in their communities.
The objective of the conference is to create awareness of the impact of community health workers on health, third-party billing, sustainability efforts and community collaboration opportunities.
An important takeaway from the conference is that the use of community health workers to reduce health disparities across all populations is growing in Minnesota, as well as nationally.
The conference was made possible by support from the Minnesota Department of Health, Sanford Health and the Northern Dental Access Center.
Career paths in health care will soon be more accessible for students in the community as Sanford Health, Bemidji State University, Northwest Technical College and Bemidji High School partner together for the Sanford CARES—Collaborative Alliance for Regional Healthcare Educational Services—initiative.
Northwest Technical College, along with 29 other colleges and seven universities in the Minnesota State System, will be part of the first-ever Minnesota State Week from June 24 – 28. Students will be able to submit an application for free and are encouraged to visit campus during the week.