Northwest State Community College & Four County Career Center recently partnered to host a mass trauma simulation. The event included a mock explosion and triage simulation, allowing nursing students from NSCC and paramedic students from FCCC to practice their skills in a safe, yet challenging, environment.
Corporate partner, NSCC Foundation Board of Directors member, the father of two former NSCC students—on every level, Brian Roth has seen the impact of high-quality, affordable educational opportunities. He believes that people are northwest Ohio’s greatest asset, and through his work with Northwest State, he has helped to significantly increase the job, educational and scholarship opportunities for local residents.
Students in Mike Vanderpool’s intro to graphic design course created posters to help promote a special film and culture course, also offered through the visual communications technology program.
Congratulations to the NSCC Success Center on being recognized for increasing e-tutoring usage over the last three years. Out of 33 participating institutions, Northwest State was one of only three receiving the award.
John Carey, chancellor of ODHE, presented the award to NSCC at the annual e-tutoring meeting in Columbus.
Wednesday, November 16
11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Atrium
Stop by for a special Christmas for Kids radio remote on Mix 98.1. For a free will donation, you can decorate a wreath, cookie or ornament, and you can get your picture taken with Santa himself!
Let’s spread holiday cheer throughout northwest Ohio. Here’s how you can help support Christmas for Kids. Donate a new, unwrapped toy and drop it off in the Atrium, or make a monetary donation at the Welcome Desk, Bookstore, Business Office, Cafe and Snack Bar. Donations are being accepted through December 1.
The NSCC Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of three members to the board of directors: Robin Brinegar, Aaron Miller and Mickey Schwarzbek.
Robin Brinegar of Fayette, Ohio, is a principal and manager at Shultz Huber and Associates in Archbold. She received her associate degree in accounting from Northwest State and bachelor’s degree in accounting from Defiance College.
Aaron Miller of Napoleon, Ohio, is an account manager for Metzgers in Toledo. He earned a bachelor’s degree in management and accounting from Pikeville College in Kentucky. He has resided in northwest Ohio for 14 years.
Mickey Schwarzbek of Sherwood, Ohio, serves as president/CEO at Sherwood State Bank. He earned an associate degree of applied business in accounting from Northwest State and a bachelor of arts degree in organizational leadership from Defiance College.
The NSCC Foundation Board is comprised of 25 individuals from the business and community sectors. The mission of the NSCC Foundation is to enhance, expand and sustain Northwest State so it can continue to fulfill its mission of creating opportunities for transformational learning.
Diane and John believe in giving back, and they are proud supporters of the NSCC Foundation because they also believe in Northwest State’s mission. As a Northwest State graduate, John has first-hand experience with the opportunities that a quality education can provide. The couple has also seen the positive impact that education has on our local communities and economy, and they continue to support the Foundation’s efforts to put higher education within reach for everyone.
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