Students in Phyliss Kloos’ medical assisting class recently welcomed a guest speaker. Mike Bailey, RN, EMT, is an NSCC graduate and flight nurse for ProMedica. He shared valuable information with the students about his educational and career paths.
Mackenzie Bishop and Megan Petersen, members of NSCC’s Student Body Organization, recently presented a donation of $613 to the PATH Center. Funds were raised through the College’s annual Chili Cook-Off. Pictured left to right are Mackenzie, Megan, and Amy Herren, case manager/activities director at the PATH Center. Amy is also an NSCC graduate, earning her associate degree in human services in 2012.
These employees represent a variety of degrees, ranging from office management to engineering. We appreciate our employer partnerships and are proud of the impact our graduates have on local businesses and communities.
Congratulations to Sharon Brubaker and Annette Oberhaus on earning the Certified Nurse Educator credential through the National League for Nursing. Sharon and Annette are part of the full-time RN faculty team, and all members of the group carry this nationally-recognized credential.
Each year, countless individuals, organizations and businesses make a positive difference in the six-county area that Northwest State Community College serves. The NSCC Foundation created the Making a Difference Award to recognize those who are making an impact and to inspire service in others.
The Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2017 awards in the categories of individual, organization and business. Learn more about the award, see a list of past winners, and download the nomination form. Award nominations are due to the NSCC Foundation Office by November 30, 2016.
The Making a Difference Awards will be presented during a special celebratory event in May 2017. For more information, contact Robbin Wilcox at 419.267.1460 or rwilcox@NorthwestState.edu.
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Medical assistant professionals and students are invited to join the Toledo and Lucas County Chapter of Medical Assistants for a pre-holiday seminar.
When: Saturday, November 12, 2016
Where: Northwest State Community College, Room A202
Time: 8:15 a.m. registration, speakers begin at 8:45 a.m.
Cost: FREE for students, $5.00 for AAMA members, $10.00 for non-AAMA members