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In addition to being a College Credit Plus student at NSCC and sophomore at Edon High School, Zoë Lynn is now a published author! The winner of second place in this year’s poetry contest at NSCC has recently published her first book of poetry. “Loose Ends: A Collection of Poems and Prose” is available for purchase on Amazon.
Congratulations to Rosy Coronado, NSCC nursing student, on passing the US Citizenship exam. She is now eligible to take the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance.
Rosy’s family is from Bolivia. Her mother became a US citizen earlier this year, and her younger sisters are scheduled to take their exams.
Students in the Fundamentals of Nursing class recently celebrated Rosy’s accomplishment. Rosy (center) is pictured with nursing faculty members Melanie Hicks (left) and Bette Hughes (right). Rosy is studying in the practical nursing certificate program.
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.
Thank you to all those who entered chili and everyone who came out for lunch for helping us support this worthy organization!
Three NSCC students were selected to participate in the recently held Propel Ohio event. This leadership program is a one-day, statewide conference that promotes civic engagement. While there, these students engaged with other college students from throughout Ohio on issues including childhood poverty, health, hunger, education and housing.
Pictured left to right are: Kim Rosales, Amanda Waldfogel and Holley Hernandez.
Since taking classes at the Northwest Ohio Learning Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Ben Bowes had his sights set on a career in engineering. The partnership between NSCC, Automatic Feed Company and Napoleon High School allows NHS students to take engineering classes for college credit during high school. After completing the program, Ben enrolled at NSCC full time. He also earned a spot on the team at Automatic Feed, putting his engineering skills to use while earning his associate degree. What’s next for Ben? A bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and professional engineer credential are all in his plans.
As a nursing student, it’s no surprise that Emmy Westrick has a passion for helping others. That passion, along with her strong faith and family connection, inspired Emmy to start raising money for her aunt who was diagnosed with ALS. Emmy recently competed in the Owens Corning half marathon as part of her fundraising efforts. She has raised more than $2,000 to date and plans to continue those efforts, all while remaining committed to her education and academic success.