Congratulations to Michael Leonard, agriculture chair at NSCC, on being named to serve on the American Society of Agronomy and Crop Science Society of America K-12 committee. The purpose of the committee is to research and recommend plans for outreach to teachers and students in K-12 schools. Best of luck as Michael and team work to plant the seeds about agronomy and agriculture as great career options. His two-year appointment begins in January of 2020.
The NSCC Foundation has paid opportunities available. Call alumni during our phonathon, help us raise money for scholarships and build your resume!
- $8.55/hr., including paid training (or this can apply as volunteer hours for NSCC scholars)
- Must be a current NSCC student
- Must have good verbal communication skills
- Includes food, fun challenges and a chance to win prizes
Interested? Contact Mike Jacobs at 419.267.1330 or email mjacobs@NorthwestState.edu.
Any new student who registers during the month of November 2019 will receive a $100 scholarship. To qualify for the scholarship, students must:
- Be a new student at NSCC (students with prior CCP and/or transfer credit are eligible)
- Meet with an advisor and register during November
- Meet payment date
- Meet attendance verification
Applications are being accepted for a part-time food services assistant. This position will assist the food services supervisor and cook in all food service operations. Normal weekly hours are 20-25 for 9 months per year, plus summer days based on department needs. Normal working hours are between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Hours/days will vary due to operational situations, such as catering, which can include evenings and weekends. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for the academic advisor position. This position serves as the front line advising resource for students. This person will serve as a positive College ambassador to students, staff and the community. Work hours may vary and may include early morning, late evening, and occasional weekends within the 40-hour week. Download complete job description.
Interested in taking your education beyond NSCC? Stop by the Atrium on Wednesday, November 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the transfer fair. Learn about great opportunities to transfer your credits to other colleges and universities for a bachelor’s degree or beyond.
If your family could use support this holiday season, we encourage you to reach out for more information on how you could receive assistance through Christmas for Kids. Free winter coats are also available through a variety of resources, which are listed below.
Defiance County :Ravens Care is taking applications on 11/22/19 at First Church of God, 561 Carter Rd. from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Call 419-782-7141 for questions.
Paulding County: NOCAC is taking applications on 11/11/17 at Paulding Senior Center 401 Jackson from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Call NOCAC at 419-399-3650.
Henry County: Applications are available at NOCAC before Nov 1. Call for an application at 419-599-2481, or call Maggie at 419-438-3804.
Van Wert County: Salvation Army does applications. Call the Salvation Army at 419-910-9332 to make an appointment.
Fulton County: Jobs and Family Service sends out applications. Call JFS if you did not receive you application. Christmas food basket for Delta school district households should contact 419-822-4407.
Williams County: Jobs and Family Service sends out applications. Contact them at 419-636-6725 if you did not receive one.
Paulding County: Sign Up October 14. Call NOCAC, Becky Michael, at 419-399-3650.
Defiance County: Coats for Christmas distribution at The First Presbyterian Church, 501 Washington Ave., Defiance. Coat distribution is open to anyone in the Defiance area in need of a coat as winter approaches. For more information, call 419-782-2781.
Henry County Christmas Cheer: Applications are at participating churches, or at the Henry County Department of Job and Family Services, 104 E. Washington St., Napoleon. The final day to make basket reservations is Nov. 15. Questions about the program may be directed to Helberg, president of the board of trustees, at 419-267-3619. Baskets will be distributed December 12. Baskets are to be picked up in local communities at the same places where government food commodities are distributed. Pick-up points are listed on the back of the application.