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Welcome to NTC! Whether you’re taking classes in Wausau, at one of our regional campuses, or even through Virtual College, we have many exciting events and opportunities in store for you this semester. We encourage you to make the most of your college experience by becoming involved, expanding your horizons and having fun! Beginning the first week of classes, watch your NTC student email for a weekly message dedicated to the college's upcoming activities or stop by The Den and Student Leadership Center to find out more. Download the NTC app for a live calendar and connect with @ntctimberwolves on social media to stay current.

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Check out our Snapchat stories leading up to and during events to join the fun with SGA Officers, Beta Rho Zeta leaders, Campus Ambassadors, and fellow classmates.

Be sure to download the NTC app from the Google Play or iTunes. With a live calendar, interactive apps, and notifications for campus events, you’ll never miss an opportunity to be a part of the NTC community!

United Way Volunteer Opportunities

United WayOpportunities for the Week of August 21, 2017

Help with House Repairs/Outdoor Landscaping/Cleaning/Moving. The Catholic Charities Beyond Shelter program is opening another home to qualifying homeless people. If you are handy doing minor home repairs, outdoor landscaping, or if you can clean house or move furniture, you can help make a difference in our community! Contact Dan at 608-519-8066 or dmills@cclse.org.

Ramp Designers and Construction People Needed.  Ramp Up Marathon County builds ramps for low-income Marathon County residents with mobility issues so they can remain in their own homes. Volunteers are needed to be part of the crew!  Contact Erin at 1-888-486-9545 or erin.wells@adrc-cw.com.

Outer Wausau Area Alzheimer’s Walk Volunteers. Those with good communication skills and a drive to see the end of Alzheimer's. Volunteers can choose from various committee positions that are open in Stevens Point, Marshfield and other areas. For more information go to www.alz.org/walk. Contact Lindsey at lajohnson@alz.org for more information about committee positions.

Wild West Volunteers. The Monk Botanical Gardens is holding its Annual Fundraising Gala “Wild West” Family Fun Day on Thursday and Saturday, August 24 and 26. If you want to help in one of a variety of ways contact 715-261-6309 or info@monkgardens.org.

ELL Homework Club. Weston Elementary has after-school tutoring for English Language Learners. Volunteers assist with homework, studying for tests, & reading. No experience needed, just a love for kids & a love of learning is needed. Contact Theresa at 715-359-4181 or tsybeldon@dce.k12.wi.us.

In-Kind Donated Items Needed

Help Provide Bus Rides. The gift of some bus tokens makes the necessary task of getting to places of employment less of a financial strain for people that The Open Door are assisting. Contact Anne at 715-848-4044 or opendoor319@gmail.com.

Durable Medical Equipment. Good News Project’s Health Equipment Lending Program offers short-term loans of wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, and more!  Bring items to donate, as well as disposable items such as adult diapers and bed liners to GNP any weekday. Contact Bettina at 715-843-5985 or bettina@goodnewswi.com.

Sweet Dreams at The Women’s Community. Provide comfort in the form of pillows, any sized sheet sets, or blankets for those working through difficult circumstances. Contact Laura at 715-842-5663 or laura@womenscommunity.org. 

 

Volunteer Connection and RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) are services that United Way uses to match volunteers or in-kind donated items with agencies in need. Visit www.UnitedWayMC.org or dial United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline for more information.