NHCC Staff Member Supports Fellow Veterans

NHCC Staff Member Supports Fellow Veterans

To close out the week, we’d like to recognize an NHCC veteran staff member! Janet Lorenzo is our Military and Veterans Coordinator on campus and today, she’s sharing her story.

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Celebrating Student Veterans

Celebrating Student Veterans

In honor of Veterans Day tomorrow, we'd like to celebrate Carsen Lohse-Johnson, a Veteran and Law Enforcement student at NHCC. Get to know him below!

What branch of service were you in and for how long? 

I was in the Marine Corps for 2 years before being medically discharged.

What was your role in the Marine Corps?

In the Marine Corps I was a 2141 AAV (Amphibious Assault Vehicle) Technician. I also helped train new marines in the MOS.

Did you enjoy your time and would you recommend it?

STEM Spotlight, with Alain Njipwo

STEM Spotlight, with Alain Njipwo

Alain Njipwo, is a former NHCC student, who transferred to a four-year institution and went on to get his bachelor’s degree in engineering. Today he is pursuing his education even farther and will be attending graduate school in 2021. Alain is passionate about the STEM field and believes that with a little persistence, anyone can do it.

 

What made you want to enroll at NHCC?

Stages of Equity: Q&A with Kathy Hendrickson

Stages of Equity: Q&A with Kathy Hendrickson

The NHCC Fine & Performing Arts Department is launching Stages of Equity, a collection of work through a collaboration with talented guest artists. We need the arts now more than ever, to help us rest, heal, and continue the important work of dismantling racism. Here’s a Q&A with Kathy Hendrickson, Interim Dean of Performing & Fine Arts.

What was the inspiration behind Stages of Equity?