Registered nurses make up the largest profession in the healthcare industry. In an aging workforce, the state projects large healthcare workforce shortages over the next decade.
NWTC’s new Telecommunications Programs are intended to provide students with the theory and hands-on educational experience necessary for careers in the telecommunications field – a rapidly growing ma
NWTC’s new Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees create a seamless path to a bachelor’s
In April, the College rolled out two new degrees—the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science—to create a more seamless and cost-effective path for students to earn a four-year degree after graduati
Although COVID-19 prevented students from traveling abroad in 2020 and 2021, NWTC still found creative ways to infuse multiculturalism into the curriculum.
College of Business instructor Kim Pigeon was recognized by X-Culture with the Global Educator Award, for leading high-impact, international experiential learning exercises for NWTC students.
In February, the College became one of the 393 campuses across the United States recognized for sustainable land use by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Secretary Crim meets with NWTC and local fire department representatives to learn about training and workforce needs within the district.
NWTC celebrates 50 years with open house for everyone to experience newly renovated west side of campus and learn about the College’s resources to students and the greater community.