For Fall Semester 2015, NC State is realigning Engineering Technology programs.
When Tyler McCaskey graduated in May of 2014 he had four job offers. He accepted a job at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus as a Registered Respiratory Therapist.
“One of the great things about North Central was the flexibility. I was able to take night classes and some Saturday classes while I was working full time.”
September 4, 2014 Mansfield, Ohio. This week, the U.S. Department of Education awarded $2,008,509 in Title III grant dollars to North Central State College for Advising Across the Continuum, a proposal to increase student success through additional advising.
This week, the Ohio Board of Regents awarded a Small Campus Targeted Workforce Development Expansion grant in the amount of $1,528,847 to North Central State College for renovations at the James W. Kehoe Center in Shelby, Ohio.
“When rumors about the plant closing began circulating, I found myself wondering what I would do if I was suddenly without a job. I searched for other ideas of doing something different than electrical work in a factory."
Two North Central State College students recently returned from Washington, D.C., but they weren’t on vacation. Mansfield resident Angela Noe and Wooster resident Jennifer Beaver spent the first half of spring semester as interns in the Capitol Hill office of Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).
Andrea Johnson is the newest insurance agent at Blackstone Insurance in Lexington. She received her Property and Casualty License in March 2014 and is excited about what the future holds.
A second-year NC State student, Diaz is in his 10th year as a support specialist in adult services for Richland Newhope Industries. For the past four years, Diaz has directed the Richland Newhope dance troupe.
“I saw so many people who helped my brother growing up. I decided I wanted to do that too. I use those experiences in my coursework and clinical experience."