Friends Magazine Spring 2020
“The biggest shame would be that if we have something to help with and we didn’t step up to the call,” NWTC Dean of Health Sciences and Education Scott Anderson said. As the COVID-19 pandemic grew aro
People with low incomes will have more access to critical human services programs and educational pathways to help them advance socially and economically, thanks to a $495,000 grant from the Kresge Fo
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College has been added to a prestigious list of schools that promote diversity among both students and employees.
Dr. Colleen Simpson, vice president for Student Services, was named one of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Black Leaders by Madison 365 (a Madison-based online magazine that focuses on communities of col
Dr. Aliesha R. Crowe, newly-named vice president for College Advancement, said she joined the college because NWTC has a national reputation for a strong focus on helping students succeed.
NWTC and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in Marinette are working together to reduce duplication and increase access to higher education opportunities for students.