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Involved Community Member Selected as 2015 Outstanding Alumna

Kirtland 2015 Honored Alumna Sue Jock addresses graduates at the May 1 commencement ceremony.

Kirtland Community College honored Sue Jock as the 2015 Outstanding Alumna at the college’s 46th commencement ceremony on May 1. Jock a Kirtland graduate, is employed as a Nurse Practitioner at the West Branch Regional Medical Center and is committed to her involvement in and around Roscommon County. “Forty-six graduations and over 10,000 graduates … [Read more...]

Intro to wine making returns to Kirtland June 13

Kirtland’s Community Education department is bringing back the well-received Introduction to Wine Making on Saturday, Jun. 13 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 … [Read more...]

Golfers reach regionals to make Kirtland history

For the first time in college history, Kirtland golfers qualified for the MCCA Regional Tournament in Battle Creek, Mich. L-R: Mitchael Dunn (Kalkaska), Josh Walker (Harbor Springs), Josh Lueck (Kingsley), Ryan French (Roscommon), Ryan Nagy (Traverse City) and Alexander Walker (Macomb).

For the first time in the college history, Kirtland’s mens golf team advanced to Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) regional competition in Battle Creek on May 11-12. Coming back from behind on the second day of the state qualifying tournament on May 4-5, Josh Lueck shot a critical 77 in round three to push Kirtland into a tie … [Read more...]

How the Emergency Medical Services Program Promises Job Opportunity

Job outlook for emergency medical technicians and paramedics is promising. Public safety is always an important issue, and this career path puts you on the front lines of emergencies.

There’s a common misconception about the Emergency Medical Services industry, which is also one of our newest program offerings. When an ambulance goes whirling by you in traffic on its way to an emergency, it’s not merely an ambulance driver behind the wheel, but a highly trained emergency medical technician or paramedic capable of treating and stabilizing … [Read more...]

New resources available for Veterans at Kirtland

Veteran Resource Representative Chris Stanton's goal is to make Kirtland a more veteran-friendly campus.

Through a new program created to support Veterans, Kirtland Community College can now provide resources designed to provide one-on-one support and help soldiers make the transition to college student. The program, Michigan Veteran Education Initiative, is a partnership between the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and the Michigan College Access … [Read more...]

World-renowned leaders to be featured via simulcast at Kirtland

World-renowned leaders to be featured via simulcast at Kirtland Community College on May 8.

Community and business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast® at Kirtland on May 8 at 9 a.m. The Leadercast event is broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, GA to hundreds of sites around the world, including a simulcast at Kirtland’s ADM Building located on the main campus near Roscommon. This year’s … [Read more...]

Kirtland offering free sales seminar April 23

Free “Retail Salesmanship and the Zen of Making the Sale” seminar coming to Kirtland April 23.

Kirtland’s Community Education Department is bringing local artist and sales expert Linda Stevens to the Gilbert I. Stuart Auditorium on Kirtland’s main campus near Roscommon for a free retail salesmanship seminar on Thursday, April 23 from 6-7:30 p.m. The seminar, titled “Retail Salesmanship and the Zen of Making the Sale,” will explore the art of … [Read more...]

The Medical Field Is More Than Just Treating Patients

Health Information Technology became a prominently growing career path within the medical field. It’s one of Kirtland’s newest health sciences program and it's available entirely online.

Record keeping is a critical aspect of the medical industry, and the digital shift is changing how hospitals retain those records. That shift also set off changing federal requirements in how they are maintained. From these shifts, Health Information Technology became a prominently growing career path within the medical field. And it’s one of Kirtland’s … [Read more...]

Intro to Wine Making Class at Kirtland

Local wine makers Marcell Romancky and Marianne Kuzimski will present a home wine making course on Apr. 11 at Kirtland Community College.

Kirtland’s Community Education department is offering Introduction to Wine Making in the Art building on the Roscommon campus on Saturday, Apr.11 from 12-3 p.m. 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 of home … [Read more...]

Kirtland bringing second fruit production seminar to West Branch – 2015

MSU Small Fruit Educator Duke Elsner will lead "Money Grows on Trees and Bushes Part II" on April 22

Kirtland’s Community Education Department, the Ogemaw County Economic Development Corporation and Michigan Works! are partnering to offer a free fruit production seminar on April 22, 2015 from 6-8 p.m. at the Quality Inn in West Branch, Mich.  The seminar will teach people how to master the gardening techniques for growing top quality fruit crops that thrive … [Read more...]