Kirtland Community College and the Michigan Veteran Education Initiative is bringing together community partners, college reps, employers, benefits counselors and others for a “one-stop shop” Veteran Expo on March 31, 2016 from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. The event is located at 10775 N. St. Helen Road, Roscommon, Mich. in the student center. This event […]
Archives for March 2016
Kirtland’s Community Education department is offering a six-week physical fitness and nutrition series beginning Apr. 4. This series will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. at the CRAF Center located at 606 Lake St. in Roscommon. The cost of the series is $39. Certified physical trainer Jerry Boerema will guide participants through […]
Kirtland Community College’s Community Education Department and the Roscommon County Commission on Aging (RCCOA) are partnering to bring the Art of Polish Cuisine cooking series to community members in Roscommon and surrounding counties. The courses are being held at the Houghton Lake Senior Center on 2625 South Townline Road in Houghton Lake. The cost of […]
Kirtland’s Community Education department is bringing back the well-received Introduction to Wine Making on Saturday, Apr. 9 from 12-3 p.m. in the Art Department building on the main campus in Roscommon. Veteran Kirtland instructor Marcell Romancky (St.Helen) and local winemaker Marianne Kuzimski (Houghton Lake) will team up to present a new course on wine production and explore facets […]
Describing a state-of-the-art simulation trainer like the ones nursing students will use this fall at the new Kirtland Regional Health Sciences Center can be tricky.
It’s part body, part computer.
It’s both, but it’s not, really.
It is the most modern teaching tool available for nursing students.
If getting a degree isn’t your thing, how about a certificate?
If you’re more of a trouble-shooter and enjoy fixing problems, you could make more money than your friends and family members with a four-year degree. Seriously.