In recognition of Deaf Awareness Week (September 25-29), NTC I-Sign Club is hosting a Learn Basic American Sign Language workshop. Join student club members on Thursday, September 28 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in H101 to learn basic signs. Cost is $3. While preregistration is preferred, walk-ins are welcome. Claim your spot by emailing Jennie Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees will enjoy free popcorn and are also encouraged to bring lunch.
We are excited to announce that NTC will soon be opening a food pantry to benefit students facing food insecurity. "Timberwolf Table" will be located in the Center for Health Sciences, across from room CHS4011, and will be open by the beginning of October. Stay tuned for a confirmed opening date and hours of operation.
While we prepare for the debut of Timberwolf Table, we encourage you to bring donations of non-expired, non-perishable items to the Student Leadership Center including:
- Breakfast Bars
- Canned Tuna and/or Canned Chicken
- Peanut Butter
- Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken Helper
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Veggies
Or, if you prefer to make a monetary donation, please make your check out to "NTC Foundation" with "Timberwolf Table" in the memo line and drop it off at the NTC Foundation office or at the Student Leadership Center.
Thank you for your support!
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.
Like us on Facebook for weekly employment tips, sporadic Mad Libs Mondays, event listings, and more.
Follow us on Instagram to get a sneak peek behind the scenes of campus events, hear from our student leaders, and participate in NTC Spirit Days.
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!
RSVP Community Coffee Hour: Helping Youth. People of all ages are invited to the Longfellow Administration Center (415 Seymour St.) on September 26 from 9:30-10:30am, to learn about opportunities in the Wausau School District, Weston Elementary, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Boys & Girls Club and more! Contact Tony Omernik at 715-298-5721 or email@example.com.
Volunteer Ombudsman. Visit with residents in area nursing homes while being “eyes and ears” for their well-being. The program seeks compassionate people to give 2-3 hours a week, anytime it works for your schedule! Orientation and support provided. Roles in Marathon and surrounding counties. Contact Lori at 715-342-3086 or Lori.Boushele@Wisconsin.gov.
Early Riser? Be a part of leading kids in activities, building positive relationships and assisting with tracking at the Boys & Girls Club’s Before School Program. Any weekday from 6:45am -8:15 am you can make a difference! Contact Mao at 715-845-2582 ext. Ext. 213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did someone say Bocce? Everest Area Special Olympics needs people to teach athletes bocce skills. We have watched our athletes grow from quiet individuals to athletes who are excited for their next opportunity! Contact Cheryl at 715-359-9134 or email@example.com.
More Opportunities! Go to the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at www.unitedwaymc.galaxydigital.com to find big events / on-going opportunities and one-time volunteer roles that YOU can fill!
In-Kind Donated Items Needed
Germ Free! The Women's Community is in need of HE laundry detergent for residents to use in shelter, as well as toilet bowl cleaner, cleansers, disinfecting wipes, and fragrance free fabric softener sheets. Contact Laura at 715-842-5663 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ready for Snow? Help Good News Project prepare for their winter snow removal needs! Donate a working snow blower (medium to large) you don’t use anymore. All donations are tax deductible. Contact Bettina at 715-843-5985.
Appliances Needed. If you have a gently used, working dishwasher, small electric stove, 65 inch or less refrigerator, or a stackable washer and electric dryer set, St. Vincent DePaul would love to talk to you! Contact Marcia at Marandken76@gmail.com.
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.