Jason Rickenberg worked in student-focused positions at Northwest State Community College prior to becoming dean of the Business & Public Services Division. Those experiences served him well for this new opportunity. Check out the video to learn more about Jason and explore some of the great programs available in this academic division.
Our pre-kindergarten students had a little help from 10-month old Sawyer earlier this week. The little one tested out homemade toys, that were created by our students, to see which were fun and developmentally appropriate. She enjoyed the toys, and the students enjoyed the company.
Celebrate creativity with a look at the student art show on the second floor of the ‘A’ Building. Some incredibly talented students contributed pieces for the show. Check it out through December 9.
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.
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.
Grab some lunch at the Hills Family Restaurant food truck on Thursday, October 10. Food will be available from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Do you need help finding sources or writing your paper? Have a question about something in Sakai? Visit the first floor of ‘A’ Building Oct. 7-11 for help from staff in the library, success center and distance learning office. Grab a free healthy snack while you’re there!