NMC’s Keith Kelly with an update on the successful Startup Weekend Traverse City held on June 13 at the NMC Parsons-Stulen Building.Read More
Five years ago, Traverse City’s biggest picnic, the annual Northwestern Michigan College Barbecue decided to strive to become a zero waste event, with all of the waste from the event either being recycled or composted, and none going into a landfill. Within two years, the efforts of Randy Smith, Timothy Young and countless day-of the BBQ volunteers had the percentage of recycled and composted material at a very impressive 90 percent.
The 2014 NMC BBQ was the first year that locally owned American Waste became involved in trash handling at the event, and according to Smith, more than 99 percent of all waste from the BBQ was recycled or composted.Read More
On Saturday, May 17, students from the NMC Commitment Scholarship Program partnered with volunteers from the Grand Traverse Habitat for Humanity to “raise the walls” on a new home for a fellow NMC Commitment Scholar and family.Read More
The winning entries of the 2014 NMC Juried Art Show were announced at semester’s end and displayed in the Fine Arts Building on the main campus.Read More
The Art Department at Northwestern Michigan College recently hosted 120 local high school students for Art Campus Day.Read More
Earn a two-year degree in the specialized fields of Engineering Technology and, more importantly, graduate with the skills necessary to get a job in the ever-expanding markets that bridge the gap between the engineers and scientists – the strong, vibrant technical and production workforce.
We have combined this with areas of emerging specialized fields to prepare graduates for future industrial business needs regionally, nationally, and globally.Read More