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John Cooper

NSCC Proud: John Cooper

After a ride-along with a friend who was a sheriff’s deputy, a 26-year-old John Cooper decided to trade in factory life for a new path. John completed the NSCC Law Enforcement Academy and earned a degree in criminal justice in…

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Latest News at NSCC

CCP Seniors Night: April 23, 2019

We’re here to help you make a successful transition from College Credit Plus to college. Join us for CCP Seniors Night on April 23. RSVP to admissions@NorthwestState.edu by April 19.

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New Grants Will Help Train Workers in Lucas County

Thanks to nearly $400,000 in grants, the Bridges to Career Opportunities initiative is aiming to train hundreds of people in Lucas County. The training aligns with local career opportunities, helping put the unemployed back to work and the underemployed in…

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First Launch Robotics Open House: April 6, 2019

Join us as we celebrate our First Robotics team’s successful season. See robot demonstrations, view project and models, and hear project presentations. This event is a great way to learn more about robotics opportunities available for local youth.  When: Saturday,…

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Employee News

NSCC Recognized for Workplace Safety

NSCC received two awards at this year’s Black Swamp Safety Council annual awards luncheon, which was held on campus earlier this week. We were recognized for: Lowest incident rate for our group (higher education) within the council 100% Award, recognizing…

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Student News

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Learning in Action: Pre-K & Paraprofessional Students

Our pre-kindergarten and paraprofessional students are celebrating the Week of the Young Child by reaching out to families in the community. Thank you to Napoleon Public Library and Diehl Park for hosting our interactive stations focusing on literacy, health and…

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