February: NISOD is Excited to Share Member Updates
NISOD is Excited to Share Member Updates!
We extend a warm welcome to our new and returning members and look forward to serving your professional development needs in the years to come.
Canadore College of Applied Arts & Technology
Where: North Bay, Ontario
About: From the time Canadore College opened its doors in 1967, we’ve taken pride in creating the best possible environment for learning and is the college of choice for students from across the province and around the world. Our focus is on student success, program and service excellence, connection to community, sustainability and innovation. The college graduates approximately 1,000 students each year and has over 40,000 alumni.
About: College of the Mainland is a learning-centered, comprehensive community college dedicated to student success and the intellectual and economic enrichment of the diverse communities we serve. College of the Mainland’s mission is to prepare students of all ages to become responsible and productive citizens. As a comprehensive community college, College of the Mainland will give you an opportunity to learn and live a full life.
About: Durham Tech is a growing institution in North Carolina, serving more than 18,000 students annually across seven campuses in Durham and Orange counties while also providing various online courses. The college is accredited and offers more than 100 associate degrees and certificates for students seeking university transfer or immediate employment. The College has opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students, international students, veterans, and adults looking to complete their high school educations. Durham Tech programs include the arts, engineering, education, health technologies, information technology, public safety, and business administration.
About: Southeast Tech has offered the most cost-effective, career relevant education in Sioux Falls for more than 50 years. We focus on education that will get you out the door in 24 months or less with career skills that will get you in the door with the area’s best employers. And the best part is that you can do it for a fraction of the cost of a traditional degree. With over 65 career paths to choose from, our graduates enter the workforce confident and experienced in their chosen profession.
About: Since its beginning in 1975, Ozarka College has been changing lives and communities throughout the north-central Arkansas region. Ozarka College is a comprehensive technical college, offering associate degrees, technical certificates and certificates of proficiency that prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities or for entry into or advancement in the workplace. Additionally, the College offers adult basic education, continuing education and customized training for local businesses and industries.
About: St. Petersburg College (SPC) alumni rank first in Florida for earning the highest entry wages among state community college graduates. SPC was founded in 1927 as St. Petersburg Junior College, Florida’s first two-year college. Access, excellence and student support are the hallmarks of St. Petersburg College. Regionally accredited and nationally recognized, SPC was the first state college in Florida to offer bachelor’s degrees. St. Petersburg College offers more than 180 degree and certificate programs of study, and many high-demand, high-skill industry-recognized workforce certifications.
About: As the largest higher educational institution in the region, STLCC has served more than 1.3 million students. Over 50% of households in the St. Louis area are represented in our former and current student body. Since 1962, St. Louis Community College has held fast to the fundamental belief that education has the power to lift us up — as individuals, as communities and as a city. Today, STLCC consistently ranks among the top associate degree-awarding institutions in the United States. As we launch students into new and better careers, four-year degrees and richer lives, we strengthen St. Louis one student at a time.