Alisha Walker is marketing her employer and her community at Richland Source. Graduating in December with her associate degree in marketing from North Central State College, Walker is serving an internship with the online news outlet.
Rodney Jones is employed as a six-month intern helping upsize a crash test dummy which will be used to study car restraints on overweight people during a crash. “It wasn’t long ago I was working 12 hour shifts. I don’t even have my degree (he will graduate May 2014), and I’m already better off than I was before.”
Injuries sustained in an accident in 2011 helped change LaTonya Green’s life. She sustained a broken pelvis and internal injuries after being run over three times by an SUV. “I was in the hospital for two months and in a wheelchair for nine months after that,” Green recalls. “The doctors weren’t sure if I would ever be able to walk normally again."
Whether you want to be "the intern" or hire "the intern", this event is for you!
Refreshments Provided. Dress for Success.
Want to intern and get paid? Pack your brown bag and attend these lunch hour Internship Awareness workshops.
See what it takes to start a small business for yourself. Attend this seminar presented in partnership with SCORE.
The North Central Ohio Guidance Counselor Association would like to invite all regional high school students and their guests to speak first-hand with higher education representatives about college admissions.
The U.S. Department of Labor today announced that North Central State College will receive a grant of $2.9 million as part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant (TAACCCT) Program.
The Business Management and Accounting programs at North Central State College recently earned reaccreditation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for the maximum 10 years. Accreditation was first earned in 1993 for the programs
Brianna Wallis, an eighth grader at Galion Middle School, just completed her eighth class at North Central State College. The 13-year-old plans to complete her associate’s degree at NC State while dual enrolled at Galion High School.