NTC Recognizes Black History Month

bhm_postersmallFebruary is Black History Month, and NTC is joining with the nation to celebrate the achievements of black Americans and take time to recognize the central role of African Americans in U.S. history.

See “Hidden Figures” for Free

Show your NTC student/employee ID at the Student Leadership center and get a free movie ticket to see “Hidden Figures” at Cedar Creek Cinema during the month of February. Purchase up to two guest tickets at $5 each.

Black History Month Trivia

Stop by the Student Leadership center (or click here) to pick up Black History Month trivia. Complete it and turn it in by February 28 for a chance one of four $25 Campus Store gift cards. Stop by the NTC Library or use the Library’s African American History Month Resource Guide to find most of the answers.

Documentary Screenings in The Den

Throughout the month, stop by The Den to view an assortment of documentaries highlighting the importance of celebrating Black History Month. Not on campus? Use Kanopy through the NTC Library’s online resources to stream. Sponsored by the NTC Library.

Speaker Jermaine M. Davis – Tuesday, February 28
What the Civil Rights Movement Can Teach Us About TLC

Join us in D100 or at your preferred regional campus for a free Leadership Lunch on Tuesday, February 28, 12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. In the evening, Jermaine will offer an extended, free and open to the public, presentation in CHS 1004, 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

1098-T Forms Now Available on MyNTC

(Wausau, Wis.)  In January of each year, Northcentral Technical College (NTC) generates the IRS Seal 1Form 1098-T for all students who had qualified and other related educational expenses not covered by scholarship and/or grants for the prior calendar year. 

You are eligible to receive a 1098-T if you incurred charges and made payments during a calendar year that were not reported on the previous year's 1098-T statement.  

These forms are now available through your MyNTC account.  To access your form, sign into your MyNTC account, click on the Finances tab, click on View Account/Make a Payment, then click on the Account Services tab.  Click on the year to open the 1098-T for printing.  

For more information, please read the following helpful resources or contact the Cashier's Office at 715-803-1443. 

United Way Volunteer Opportunities

United WayVolunteer Opportunities for the Week of February 27, 2017

Enjoy Putting Outfits Together? United Way’s Emerging Leaders Career Closet helps people get “dressed for success”, as they choose no-cost items for that interview or first week on the job! Available times: Tue. 3-5pm, Wed. 11am-1pm, or Thur. 12-2pm. Contact Tara at 715-298-5707 or tglodowski@unitedwaymc.org.

RSVP Community Coffee Hour at Good News Project. Persons of all ages are invited on Tue. March 7 from 9:30-10:30am to Good News Project located at 1106 5th St. in Wausau. Learn about the international humanitarian shipping process, electronic recycling, medical lending, the Caribbean Dinner Theater and volunteer trips. Contact Tony Omernik at 715-298-5721 or tomernik@unitedwaymc.org.

Friendly Visitors. If you enjoy talking about sports, radio-control planes, hunting or fishing or other hobbies, you could be a great guest! Contact Kelly at Faith in Action of Marathon County at 715-848-8783 or fiamc.kelly@gmail.com.

Kindergarten Helping Hand.  Assist students at Franklin Elementary with reading & educational activities. Choose a morning of the week between 8:45 and 10am (not Wed.) to help children learn and grow! Contact Roxane at 715-261-0584 or rhagedor@wausauschools.org.

Volunteer Trip. Good News Project is sending volunteers to North Carolina to repair homes damaged by Hurricane Matthew. If you are interested in volunteering, please call Bettina at 715-843-5985.

In-Kind Donated Items Needed

Help Provide Coffee Comfort! If you enjoy your “cup-o-joe”, you may be able to give that simple pleasure to those moving forward at The Open Door. Contact Anne at 715-848-4044 or opendoor319@gmail.com with coffee/creamer/sugar donations.

Put the Clothes Away. Are you looking for a second home for your gently used dresser?  It will be put to good use at North Central Health Care. Contact Kathy 715-848-4450

Think Green Grass! The Robert W. Monk Gardens is looking forward to using a gently used, reliable gas powered grass trimmer. Contact Vickie at 715-261- 6309 or vickie.richmondhawkins@uwc.edu if you can donate.

 

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.