Criminal Justice Program Now has Zero Textbook Costs
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The Nicolet College Board of Trustees has announced that Kate Ferrel has accepted the position of president of the college. Ferrel, who currently serves as executive vice president of Academic and Student Affairs at Nicolet, will begin her duties as president July 1.
For any entrepreneurs interested in growing their business, a new program at Nicolet College is ready to offer help. The new Nicolet College Launch-A-Biz virtual entrepreneur training program will help business owners discover the skills and talents needed for business success. The program is designed to help small business owners grow their businesses beyond the first stage level. The program begins with a first-steps session, followed by sessions on determining the feasibility of your business, designing a strategic planning process, creating a business model, and putting it all together in a one-page business plan.
When the pandemic hit early last year and Nicolet College moved all classes to the virtual world, fire training instructor Mike Carlin had more than two dozen students just weeks away from finishing their in-person classes and becoming certified fire fighters.