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Kirtland Releases Fall 2014 Honors List

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Officials at Kirtland Community College recently recognized students for their academic achievements during the 2014-15 fall semester which earned them placement on the college’s dean’s and president’s lists. To qualify for the president’s list, candidates must be full-time students who earn a grade-point average between 3.8 and 4.0. Dean’s list … [Read more...]

Nursing. Just what the future ordered!

Nursing degrees at Kirtland

Healthcare is growing. The population is aging. Hospitals are hiring. You could be working. Everybody knows that nurses are in demand — and the pay is really good, but it takes a special person to be a nurse for the long haul. You will be employable in almost any community you choose to live in throughout your lifetime if you become a nurse. If you’re … [Read more...]

‘Empty Bowls’ auction supports local shelter

Empty Bowls and Student Art show attendees will enjoy warm soup and student works of art while helping to support the River House Shelter.

Hundreds of handcrafted ceramic bowls will be on display in the Art Department on Kirtland Community College’s main campus near Roscommon this week.  The annual ‘Empty Bowls’ silent auction will be held during Kirtland’s Fall Student Art Show on Friday, December 13 beginning at 6:00 p.m. and raises money for the River House shelter in Grayling, … [Read more...]

EMTs Pump It Up in Gaylord

Kirtland EMS instructor, Joe Rubino, instructs a group of students on proper care of a patient during an emergency scene simulation.

Certified Basic Emergency Medical Technicians now can take advantage of the new paramedic program at Kirtland Community College’s MTEC center in Gaylord. “It’s the first time we’ve offered the paramedic program in Gaylord,” Kirtland’s Dean of Occupational Programs, Laura Percival, said. “We have our first group of paramedic students currently enrolled … [Read more...]

Auto techs are superheroes

Auto techs are superheroes

When someone needs their vehicle fixed, it’s usually an urgent situation. If you know how to do it, and get it done quickly, you earn superhero status. People with vehicles drive for lots of reasons. They: don’t rely on public transportation need to get to work have to take the kids somewhere (everywhere) None of it can wait. Most people can get … [Read more...]

Free community food distribution November 19

Kirtland is hosting a free public food distribution on Wednesday, Nov. 19 for students, members of the Crawford, Ogemaw, Oscoda and Roscommon county communities, and anyone else in need of assistance.

Kirtland Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Omicron Gamma Chapter Honor Society is holding a free public food distribution at the college’s Roscommon campus Student Center on Wednesday, November 19.  The event is open to students, members of the Crawford, Ogemaw, Oscoda and Roscommon county communities, and anyone else in need of … [Read more...]

Kirtland offering Precious Metal Clay jewelry class

Kirtland's Community Education department is bringing the popular Precious Metal Clay jewelry class back on Nov. 7

Kirtland Community College is sponsoring a Precious Metal Clay (PMC) jewelry class on Friday, Nov. 7 at the Art Building on the main campus in Roscommon. The day of discovery and creativity features PMC certified artist and professional educator Cynthia Gohsman.  The cost of the course is $60 and includes morning and afternoon sessions, lunch, tools and … [Read more...]

Kirtland offering Windows 8.1 training in West Branch

Kirtland offering Windows 8.1 series in West Branch beginning Nov. 4.

Kirtland Community College’s Community Education Department is offering a six-week training course in West Branch to familiarize computer users with Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 8.1.  These courses will be held at Kirtland’s West Branch site (2479 South M-76) on Tuesdays from 1-4 p.m. from Nov. 4 – Dec. 9, 2014. During the six-week … [Read more...]

Are you the type to work in Emergency Medical Services (Paramedic)?

work in emergency medical services

If you’re looking for a career that means something in the big picture, Emergency Medical Services will make a difference for you—and all the people you help along the way. It is possible to have a career that is rewarding, reliable, and financially sweet. Now is the perfect time to do something about it. Not everybody has what it takes to be an EMT or … [Read more...]

Kirtland celebrates Surgical Tech Week as program grows

Kirtland’s Program Director of Surgical Technology Nicole Claussen (of Roscommon) demonstrates a basic surgical back table setup for her students.

Students in the Surgical Technology program at Kirtland Community College recently celebrated their chosen field’s national week. Led by new, nationally renowned instructor and Association of Surgical Technologists National Surgical Board member, Nicole Claussen, students developed a deeper appreciation for their education and a stronger connection … [Read more...]