Join NMC Student Life & community collaborators to discuss the culture of consent, sexual assault prevention, bystander awareness and how to communicate with your chosen partner. An event will be held Wednesday, September 26 from 3-5 p.m. in Scholars Hall 102 for all students who are interested in learning about healthy relationships.
All events are free to NMC students and will include snacks and prizes.
Let NMC’s Office of International Services and Service Learning be a springboard to the world outside your door. Not only do we offer a fantastic selection of experiences overseas (more than any other community college in Michigan!), but a way to connect with the globe right here in Traverse City. Earn a Global Endorsement, take part in opportunities such as Passport which is a monthly International student presentation, What’s Up World is a student led discussion on a current topic of global relevance, and the International Affairs Forum is a free monthly event with world renowned presenters such as the Editor-in-Chief of National Geographic, immigration and migration activists, and former government officials involved with topics such as nuclear proliferation, national security, and the use of advanced technology for a healthier world.
We are always curious to hear your ideas on how best to bring the world into the classroom, so stop by and see us in the lower level of Scholars Hall (SH 29)! Or visit us on our website here.
Short term study abroad for 2019 include experiences in the following countries:
- South Africa
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: mailchi.mp/nmc/nmc-training-services-september-2018-newsletter
This month’s topics include “Power of Small Gains,” Cherryland Electric’s use of drones, Panel Processing’s lean success, upcoming workshops and more!