Read about what our Training Services team is up to including upcoming classes that you may be able to take for free using the tuition reimbursement benefit: http://mailchi.mp/nmc/nmc-training-services-december-2017-newsletter
This month’s topics include open spaces and planning for tomorrow, Right Brain Brewery, forensic scientists at Petoskey Plastics, Manufacturing Day, upcoming workshops, and more!
Books rented from the NMC Bookstore are due on Friday, December 15, 2017. Can’t remember which books you rented? Email the bookstore at email@example.com and include your student ID, and we’ll get you a list.
The Invisible War is a documentary that discusses sexual assault in the United States Military. The documentary interviews veterans from different branches of the United States Armed Forces who have experienced sexual assault while in their branch.
Wednesday December 6
6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Phi Theta Kappa and NMC Voices are partnering up to bring you an event centered around Sexual Assault & the Bystander Effect. We will be showing NMC’s International Club & NMC Voices sexual assault video, followed by a panel discussion on the topic.
Wednesday, November 29
Scholars Hall 217
NMC Facilities and Security would like to thank you for your help during the transition into the new exterior door lock system on our campuses. Here are a few updates on that process:
- If you notice any problems with the exterior doors, please call security immediately at (231) 995-1111.
- Do not prop open exterior doors.
- During the next two months, facilities is beginning the process of changing the keyed locks on all exterior doors. Previously issued keys for those doors will no longer work and users must use key cards to enter through exterior doors. Keys to interior doors will not change.
Thank you for your continued help during this transition to make our campuses even safer. If you have any questions, call (231) 995-1111.