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Peg Arnold

More than 600 middle school students learned about career options today in Rhinelander.  Seventh graders from schools around the Northwoods attended the Nicolet College Career Expo. 

Organizer and Career Coach Kelly Anunson says it’s the second time Nicolet has hosted the event…that tries to draw a variety of exhibitors.

There's just over a week left to submit entries for the Northern National art exhibit at Nicolet College.

Gallery Director Katy Ralph says the show solicits work from around the country…in a variety of subjects and media.  A judge chooses about 80 pieces to for the show. 

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Attendance was strong Wednesday as Rhinelander hosted a Job Fair.

More than 30 employers were talking to job applicants. Dan Linsmeyer from Pioneer Equipment Company said they were talking to several applicants about three different openings...

"....there are some people that stop by and show great interest in that particular position...."

Serena Adler from Forward Service Corporation works with a program focusing on young people seeking jobs...

A conference this week focuses on networking and skill sharing for women in business. 

It’s hosted by Nicolet College and the Northwoods Women in Business networking group.

Organizer Michelle Madl-Soehren says the one-day conference is designed for women already involved in business or thinking of starting one. 

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  Going back  to school as an adult can be daunting. Nicolet College in Rhinelander is hosting an event Thursday designed to help people return to education. To help adults upgrade skills  or train for an entirely new career,  Nicolet is holding a Returning to Learning event from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday in the University Transfer Center on the Nicolet College Campus. Career Coach at Nicolet, Teri Phalin says adult students will find many people to help them...  

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Students looking for college money can get free help with the process at the annual College Goal Wisconsin event at Nicolet College February 23.

Nicolet College director of Financial Aid, Jill Price says students and parents can get help with the package...

 

"....it's an event for students who need to fill out their FAFSA or their free application for federal student aid, which is the essential piece to getting financial aid for their college education...."

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Nicolet College Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for students hoping to get money to attend Nicolet.

Last year the Foundation awarded scholarships ranging in value from $400 dollars to $3,000.

Foundation Executive Director Heather Schallock says students should be thinking about how they're going to be paying for college in the upcoming school year....

 

"....I want people to know there is help. We have more than 250 scholarships available for students, but you have to apply....."

You might not have heard of Joshua Kane…but chances are you’ve heard his voice.

“Probably been driving your local population crazy with ‘Eight crispy crunchy carmelized corners so crispy that a team of astrophysicists could shrink themselves down to study it.’”

Kane is a New York-based actor who has done voiceover work for many commercials, including a recent Little Caesar’s ad.  Radiolab listeners may also recognize Kane as the voice of Robert Louis Stevenson from a first season episode called “Who Am I.” 

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Professional and family caregivers who provide direct care services at home or in long-term care settings are invited to attend the 8th Annual Direct Caregivers Conference next month at Nicolet College.

Sandy Bishop from Nicolet College is a member of the Northern Wisconsin Long Term Care Workforce Network. She says it's a day to celebrate those who give care to others...

 

Karen Isebrands Brown

A new show is set to open at the Nicolet College Gallery.  

It features photography by Karen Isebrands Brown, plus antique domestic artifacts.  WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski sat down with Isebrands Brown to talk about the show.

That opening is from 5-7 Thursday, September 12th.

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