Mitel Phone Training Classes

Voice Systems Administrator David Gates plans to offer additional training on the various features of our phone system in response to staff requests.

Two sets of phone training classes are being planned: A full class for new staff, and a semi-advanced class for experienced staffers. The classes would be given in the large conference room in Founder’s Hall and scheduled as needed. New user guides will also be made available.

For more information, contact David at 5-1110 or dgates@nmc.edu.

Help students move in Friday, August 24!

Calling ALL faculty, staff and students – help our Hawk Owls on move-in day, Friday, August 24! Sign up for a shift, get a t-shirt, be a friendly face – many hands make light work, so let’s give our new and returning students a warm welcome!

Sign up and log in using your NMC email address here.

Sign up solo, with a colleague, or your entire team. Please feel free to sign up for more than one shift and don’t hesitate to share this sign-up link with other NMC faculty and staff.

Questions? Feel free to contact Meg Young at myoung@nmc.edu.

Thank you in advance for the time and consideration!

10% Discount on food at Crepes & Co.

Enjoy breakfast or lunch from a Great Lake’s Culinary Institute graduate’s crepe shop. Visit Crepes & Co. in the State Street Marketplace at 329 E State St. and bring your NMC ID to receive 10% off food items including crepes, baked goodies, croque monsieurs and croque madames. (The discount does not include ice cream or beverages.) The shop is open at 8 a.m. daily during July and August.

Visit Cafe Lobdell’s

The last week for Cafe Lobdell’s is Tuesday, July 24 through Thursday, July 26 from 7-11 am. Stop by and enjoy!

 

Position Vacancies & Supplemental Employment

Are you looking for career opportunities? Find them here! jobs.nmc.edu. Current openings include:

POSITION VACANCIES

  • Counselor
  • Director of Extended Educational Services
  • STCW Clerk and Sea Project Specialist
  • PT Regular Faculty – Clinical Nursing Instructor – Medical Surgical

ADJUNCT FACULTY

  • Biology Instructor
  • Chemistry Instructor
  • Clinical Nursing
  • Developmental Math Instructor
  • Electrical Instructor
  • Flight Instructor
  • HVAC and Plumbing Instructor
  • Math Instructor
  • Surgical Technology

SUPPLEMENTAL EMPLOYMENT

  • Custodian – Third Shift
  • Summer Conference Crew
  • Technology Support Assistant
  • UAS Flight Staff
  • GLCI – Kitchen /DR Help
  • Hagerty Center – Banquet Cook
  • Hagerty Center – Banquet Server
  • Hagerty Center – Kitchen Steward

Innovation Grants are due August 1

The deadline for the summer semester’s round of Innovation Grant applications is August 1, 2018. Applications must be submitted to your area Vice President by this date.

It is strongly recommended that you discuss your proposal idea with your Vice President before developing the full proposal. VPs do have the authority to reject an application but can also provide valuable feedback to help develop great proposals that are more likely to be successful!

For more information about innovation grants click here. Or check out the “quick links” on the NMC Foundation’s home page at nmc.edu/foundation.

Please note that ALL applicants are required to do a 5-minute presentation for the committee plus plan 5 minutes for Q&A.

On-Campus Jobs

Student jobs can be found on the Student MyNMC page under “Jobs On Campus.” Apply now for Fall 2018.

  • Resident Assistant – Fall/Spring * (Room & Board)
  • Campus Security
  • Grounds
  • Elementary Reading Tutor
  • Reader /Scribe
  • Tutor
  • Lab Assistant- Astronomy
  • Lab Assistant – Biology
  • Lab Assistant – Environmental Science
  • Lab Assistant – Physics
  • Social Sciences Academic Area Office Assistant
  • Enrollment Services Office Assistant
  • Learning Services Office Assistant
  • Library
  • Line Crew – Aviation
  • Summer Conference Crew/ Fall Hall Front Desk Switchboard Operator
  • White Pine Press – Advertising Manager
  • White Pine Press – Staff Designer
  • Writing & Reading Center Reader
  • White Pine Press – Staff Photographer
  • White Pine Press – Writer

NMC Health Savings Account Deposits

A reminder that if you are enrolled in the High Deductible Health Plan, the second installment will be deposited into your HSA on July 6, 2018. The amount is $390 for single coverage and $780 for family coverage.

Kudos!

KUDOS- (praise or respect that you get because of something you have done or achieved) defined by Merriam-Webster.com

Submit a Kudos here.

Kudos to the Public Relations Team– Northwestern Michigan College’s newest publication, Nexus, has been named the top community college magazine by the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations.

Produced by NMC’s Public Relations, Marketing & Communications department, Nexus received the 2017 gold Paragon award from NCMPR at its annual conference. The magazine was commended for its strong NMC success stories shared with a broad audience in a compelling visual presentation.

Kudos to the Commitment Scholarship Team, Kevin D’Alessandro, Pam Palermo, Scott Herzberg, and Judy Druskovich,for their wonderful work with future NMC students. It takes a great deal of organization and commitment to provide tours and information to all of our visitors. The Team represents NMC very well! Thank you.

Kudos to the Facilities Crew and Rob Rider and Cathy McCall for their assistance in the relocation of the Tutoring Center to the 2nd floor of Osterlin. Also a huge thank you/kudos goes to Cathy McCall for the coordination and assistance with our move. Thank you.

NMC Wellness Happenings!

OUTDOOR YOGA

July 16, 2018 at 12 noon- Main Campus outside of Founders Hall

Outdoor Yoga with Instructor Stephanie Prall. This 20-minute yoga class will be appropriate for all levels of mastery. We encourage you to wear clothes that allow for bending and stretching; however, full athletic attire is not required. The intent is to provide everyone an opportunity to enjoy the summer weather and wake up your body.

Why try yoga? Workout fads come and go, but virtually no other exercise program is as enduring as yoga. It’s been around for more than 5,000 years. Yoga does more than burn calories and tone muscles. It’s a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation. There are more than 100 different forms of yoga. Some are fast-paced and intense. Others are gentle and relaxing.

Founders Hall 110 will be our alternate location in the event of rain.