We are STEMM


Northwest State Community College recently hosted a We are STEMM Day for over 200 students from 18 local schools. Students enjoyed sessions throughout campus with hands-on activities and discussions of careers in the STEMM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine). Pictured is Northwest State student-volunteer Christy Duchene, checking the vital signs of Defiance high school student Tyrel Goings. Duchene and Cory Dixon (back, right) educated students on the various vital signs, and how to check them using a variety of methods. All sessions included educational components, career-focused application, and a lot of fun.


Northwest State Community College recently hosted a We are STEMM Day for over 200 students from 18 local schools. Students enjoyed sessions throughout campus with hands-on activities and discussions of careers in the STEMM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine). Pictured is Northwest State student-volunteer Christy Duchene, checking the vital signs of Defiance high school student Tyrel Goings. Duchene and Cory Dixon (back, right) educated students on the various vital signs, and how to check them using a variety of methods. All sessions included educational components, career-focused application, and a lot of fun.

Northwest State Community College recently hosted a We are STEMM Day for over 200 students from 18 local schools. Students enjoyed sessions throughout campus with hands-on activities and discussions of careers in the STEMM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine). Pictured is Northwest State student-volunteer Christy Duchene, checking the vital signs of Defiance high school student Tyrel Goings. Duchene and Cory Dixon (back, right) educated students on the various vital signs, and how to check them using a variety of methods. All sessions included educational components, career-focused application, and a lot of fun.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/12/web1_Northwest-State-Stem.jpgNorthwest State Community College recently hosted a We are STEMM Day for over 200 students from 18 local schools. Students enjoyed sessions throughout campus with hands-on activities and discussions of careers in the STEMM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine). Pictured is Northwest State student-volunteer Christy Duchene, checking the vital signs of Defiance high school student Tyrel Goings. Duchene and Cory Dixon (back, right) educated students on the various vital signs, and how to check them using a variety of methods. All sessions included educational components, career-focused application, and a lot of fun.