NWTC Honors Marinette Nursing Graduate and H.J. Martin and Son

Wednesday December 6, 2017
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) is pleased to announce Pam Losinki as the recipient of the 2017 NWTC Distinguished Alumni Award.
The NWTC Alumni Association chose Losinki, who graduated from the College’s Nursing-Associate Degree program in 2007, for her individual accomplishments and strong community involvement. Pam Losinki, NWTC Distinguished Alumni Award Winner
Losinki is the administrator for the Marinette County Group Home Association. She manages three homes— two for adults and one home for teens.
“My nursing degree continued the growth and expansion of the homes, past just housing people, but now treating them as well,” said Losinski. “Many of the clients that come to us have multiple medical problems and a wide array of medications. It has become part of my job to put the pieces together and figure out what really has happened to them. Without my nursing degree, it would be very difficult to make this work.”
“Pam continues to make a difference in her community and for those who walk into her group home every day,” said NWTC Vice President of College Advancement Karen Smits. “She is a true representative of graduate success at NWTC.”
Losinski will be recognized tonight with the award at the Alumni Awards Reception at Lambeau Field.
Also at the reception, NWTC will honor H.J. Martin and Son with the Alumni Employer of the Year award.
H.J. Martin and Son was selected because of their continued hiring of NWTC graduates and support of technical education.
“We hold our relationship with NWTC in high regard,” said President and CEO of H.J. Martin and Son Ed Martin. “The graduates who have joined H.J. Martin and Son demonstrate a tremendous skill level, reflective of the great training they receive at NWTC, and are able to make an immediate impact.  We are proud to be named the 2017 NWTC Alumni Employer of the Year.”
The award provides the College an opportunity to recognize an employer’s commitment to technical education.

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