NSCC Proud: Britni Brown

Earning a degree from Northwest State gave Britni Brown more than a jump start on her career—it also gave her a jump start in life. Thanks to affordable tuition, a generous scholarship program and a location close to home, Britni completed her education without any student loan debt. Since graduating in 2015, she is employed as an administrative assistant in the HR department at Alex Products. Congratulations on your accomplishments, Britni!

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Thirteen Complete Phlebotomy Program

Thirteen students completing Northwest State Community College’s phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized in a special ceremony. The program leads to entry-level positions in the health care field, and students may choose to continue their education for an associate degree in medical assisting.

Phlebotomy Program GraduatesThe following graduates were honored:

  • Defiance County: Carrie Fedderke (Defiance), Aurielle Gutierrez (Defiance), Jaclon Ordway (Defiance)
  • Fulton County: Phyllis Johnson (Fayette), Addison Forche (Swanton)
  • Henry County: Katelyn Brown (Liberty Center), Jeffrey Pugsley (Napoleon), Lauren Weilnau (Grand Rapids), Paige Weirich (Napoleon)
  • Williams County: Lynnet Baker (Pioneer), Heidi Bauer (Montpelier), Minnie Cain (Williams), Nicole Mauk (Montpelier)

NSCC Foundation Gives $488,500 to Support Students & Training

During the most recent board of trustees meeting, Peter Beck, chair of the NSCC Foundation, presented a check for $488,500 to the College from the Northwest State Community College Foundation. The money is designated for scholarships, equipment, STEM outreach programs and support for students.

Pictured left to right are NSCC Director of Development Robbin Wilcox, Board Chair Paul Siebenmorgen, NSCC Foundation Chair Peter Beck, NSCC President Tom Stuckey.

Pictured left to right are NSCC Director of Development Robbin Wilcox, Board Chair Paul Siebenmorgen, NSCC Foundation Chair Peter Beck, NSCC President Tom Stuckey.

More than $2.6 million has been provided through the generosity of businesses and individuals who have supported the Foundation over the past ten years. “Northwest State is an extremely valuable asset for our region and state. The College is educating the workforce that is needed to keep our region competitive,” stated Peter Beck, chair of the NSCC Foundation. “With the help of the Foundation, NSCC has been able to continue to make education affordable for everyone.”

The NSCC Foundation has more than 25 board and committee members representing Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, Williams and Van Wert counties. “The Foundation board members bring valuable insight into the needs of our communities and area businesses,” commented Robbin Wilcox, NSCC director of development. “The Foundation board members are passionate about serving their community and raising money that will make an impact locally. They understand the value and importance of providing a quality education close to home.”