People find community in many places — online, in church, in their families, even across the globe. Book lovers, movie fanatics and musicians build community. Connections flourish in the LGBT community. International students enrich community. NMC students and faculty participate in community.
Plug into our campus community by contributing to the NMC Magazine this fall. Submit your examples of and experiences with community through essay, short story, poetry and artwork of all mediums. Submit in person or by email. (more…)
Join a fitness class this fall! Yoga, Zumba, NIA,Full Body Workout, Turbo HIIT, Qigong and more begin in early September.
Did you miss out on TEDxTraverseCity back in May? Here’s your chance to catch the best talks of this year along with some of the top TED videos in the comfort of the State Theater. Join other TED enthusiasts on Friday, September 12 from 9 a.m. to noon for this inspiring event. You’ll learn about Game Changers and perhaps be inspired to change the game yourself!
Tickets for the event are $5 and can be purchased here: www.tedxtraversecity.com.
Todd Haines in Maintenance has been nominated for a Kudos award. Congratulations, Todd, for a job well done! (more…)
Kristal Nolf is the winner of the $25 gift certificate drawing held at the Bookstore display during the August 18 Opening Conference.
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College and WCMU present the 2014-2015 Community Cinema Series. Events take place on second Thursdays, September 2014 through May 2015, at 7:00 p.m., free of charge. Each program features a documentary film followed by discussion with community leaders and scholars. Visit http://www.dennosmuseum.org/events/community-cinema.html for more information and a full schedule.
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College, in partnership with many educational organizations and businesses throughout the region, presents The Big Draw – Grand Traverse. This series of events in October 2014 will put the Grand Traverse Region on the global scene as a participant in the annual Big Draw.
An impressive collection of organizations in the Grand Traverse Region are working together for the first ever Big Draw – Grand Traverse, offering a calendar of arts events for all ages and abilities. Partners include the Dennos Museum Center, Artcenter Traverse City, Blackbird Arts, SCRAP TC, Oliver Art Center, NMC Art Club, NMC Extended Education Services, SEEDS, Grass River Natural Area, Art Rapids!, Jordan River Arts Council, and Grand Traverse Conservation District, with events happening at several venues as well as local schools. (more…)
Are you looking for career opportunities or a job on campus? Find it here!
Note: Student jobs have been moved to the Student MyNMC page under “Jobs On Campus.” (more…)
Kudos to the following departments and individuals on campus! (more…)
The following employees are celebrating an anniversary soon. Please join us in congratulating them! (more…)
A Northwestern Michigan College official will leave for China this weekend to explore forming an educational partnership with a Chinese technical college. (more…)
You are invited to a retirement-launch open house for Deb Kalchik on Thursday, Aug. 21, 3:30-5 p.m. at the Extended Education office at the University Center. Deb has been with NMC and EES for 35 years. Wow! Where does one find the words to express adequate appreciation for the commitment and contributions she has made to NMC over the years. Thank you, Deb!
Come share your good wishes. (more…)
What is the purpose of the Team?
The Behavioral Intervention Report Team is a group of college officials, including mental health staff, that meets on a regular basis to consult and intervene early and provide support and behavioral response to students displaying varying levels of disruptive, disturbed, distressed and/or dysregulated behaviors.
In addition, the BIRT team is a resource designed for the supervisor or department manager in assessing warning signs and potential threats from students and suggests possible strategies in response to acts of intimidation or threats of violence. (more…)
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College will host local art appraiser Don Butkovich on Saturday, September 6, 2014, 10am – 3pm. Proceeds benefit educational programming at the Museum.
Do you have a family heirloom, work of art, or historical artifact that you want more information about? Local art and antique appraiser Don Butkovich will be at the Dennos Museum Center to verbally appraise your hidden treasures. Each person can bring one item per session at a fee of $10. Sessions are up to 15 minutes each. Each additional item requires registration for a separate session at an extra $10 fee. All proceeds support the Museum’s education programming fund. Subscribe to our email newsletter for notification of upcoming Appraisal Days. (more…)
Here is an informal account of the Northwestern Michigan College Board of Trustees meeting, Monday, July 28, 2014.
Details on the actions items and reports are contained in the Board Packet available online at https://www.nmc.edu/about/board-of-trustees/agendas/2014/072814-board-regular.pdf. (more…)
Help welcome students to NMC by participating in the time honored tradition of residence hall move-in day! Just an hour of your time will make all the difference to students and their families moving in to East Hall to start their fall semester at NMC.
Sign up today with your friends and colleagues: Move In Day Signup! (more…)
Kudos to the following people and departments! (more…)
Are you looking for career opportunities or a job on campus? Find it here! https://jobs.nmc.edu/
There are many jobs available on campus. Below is the list of current openings:
Audio Tech Instructor (361-443)
Developmental Math Instructor (360-443)
Earth Science (359-443)
Class Piano Instructor (378-443)
Clinical Nursing Medical/Surgical and Ob/Peds (38-443)
Resource Development Assistant (376-443)
Admissions Office Assistant-Supplemental (383-443)
Banquet Cook-Hagerty Center (324-443)
Banquet Server-Hagerty Center (337-443)
Bartender-Hagerty Center (338-443)
Resource Development Executive Assistant Supplemental (374-443)
Technology Support Assistant/Help Desk – Supplemental Employee (381-443)
Office Assistant – Health Occupations (371-443)
Residence Hall Front Desk (369-443)
Student Caller (364-443)
Student Employee – Admissions Office Assistant (382-443)
Student Employee – Financial Aid Office Assistant (331-443)
Student Employee-Science/Math Office Assistant (385-443)
Student Employee – Switchboard Operator (341-443)
Student Employee Grounds (321-443)
Student Security Officer (373-443)
Technology Support Assistant/Help Desk – Student Employee (380-443)