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A year in review

North Central Michigan College Annual Report

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Making what matters happen.

In the early 1950s, at least four years before a local college became a reality, the vision for establishing a community college began with a small group of thoughtful citizens who shared a vision for our community’s future. These citizens never lost sight of what mattered most – and with a sense of unity, conscience and purpose, they began a journey to create North Central Michigan College.

We would not be the same place without North Central.

Since 1958, North Central Michigan College has been opening the door to academic success for our residents by offering two-year associate degrees in the arts and sciences, paving the path to better-paying careers through its applied science programs, partnering with businesses and manufacturers to provide employee training and greatly enhancing the livability of the region through its numerous cultural opportunities. In short, Petoskey and the surrounding area would not be the same place without North Central Michigan College.

North Central ’s impact on future generations.

We remain thankful for the small group of thoughtful citizens who gathered in the early 1950s, who knew that quality higher education is one of the most important things we can do for our community’s future generations. Over the years, North Central Michigan College’s central philosophy, to improve the quality of life for its students and the communities it serves, has remained unchanged. This is what matters most to us, and it is the focus of our efforts throughout each year. So it is with pleasure that I present this annual report, depicting some highlights of our 2015-16 academic year!

Cameron Brunet-Koch, Ph.D. President

We provide educational, economic and cultural opportunities for student learning, personal growth and community improvement.

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North Central Board of Trustees

L-R Back: Dr. James Shirilla, Trustee Dave Kring, Vice Chair L-R Middle: John Fought, Treasurer Phil Millard, Chair L-R Seated: Irma NoĂŤl, Secretary Melissa Keiswetter, Trustee Marion Kuebler, Trustee

Cameron Brunet-Koch, Ph.D. President

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hings that matter most must never be at the mercy of

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Enrollment stats Dual and Regular Enrollment-Fall


Honors Graduates


Students Inducted Into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society


Dual Enrollment Credit Hours


Associate Degrees

Number of Graduates & Degrees Awarded


Certificates of Development




Students Graduated with Distinction


with High Distinction

50th Anniversary

2015 marked the 50th nursing class to begin its studies at North Central.

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Degree Awarded to Jessica Bulmann

with Highest Distinction

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2015-16 budget General Fund revenues, expenses and transfers:



Per Contact Hour


$ 16,194,120



Per Contact Hour



Per Contact Hour

*These rates are effective Summer 2016.


In Financial Aid Awarded by North Central Last Year


Emmet County Property Taxes $ 5,688,234 Tuition & Fees $ 6,617,804 State Appropriations $ 3,756,809 Other $ 131,273 $16,194,120


of Students Receive Aid


In Scholarships Awarded by North Central


In Scholarships Awarded by the NCMC Foundation in 2015-2016

Salaries & Benefits $ 10,253,062 Operational Expenses $ 4,255,650 Transfers to Other Funds $ 1,616,000 Capital Outlay $ 69,408 $ 16,194,120

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Experiential Learn Beaver Island

This year marked the second Beaver Island experiential learning experience. The featured courses were: Introduction to Poetry taught by James McCullough and Interpersonal Communication taught by Jenny Maginnis. Seven students traveled to the island and engaged in an intense and unique learning experience that included full course immersion as well as personal growth and development. The island provided a

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unique venue where students camped with each other, took courses with each other, and explored the island culture. Since technology was not available, students were able to step back and integrate basic communication and reading skills to gain knowledge and insight from course material and from the natural world.​

Old Mission Field School

North Central Michigan College students participated in an archaeology field school on

Old Mission Peninsula with North Central professor Kerri Finlayson from June 13-19. There they practiced basic archaeological field techniques while excavating an 1840-1890 privy and adjoining building built by missionary Peter Dougherty. They also learned how to set up an excavation unit, draw plans and profiles, take measurements of and catalog artifacts. And they earned 3 college credits in 6 days!

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I hear, and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand.


New Program Offering

North Central Michigan College will offer a new Environmental and Sustainability Studies associate of arts degree beginning in Fall 2016. This program is a dynamic, two-year academic and career pathway that focuses on human behavior and our impacts on the environment. Students will go beyond the classroom into the local community to discover hands-on, experiential solutions for living more sustainably on this planet.

Articulation Agreement

A new agreement with UM-Flint will allow students to earn their associate degree taking classes at North Central Michigan College and then use these credits toward the three University of Michigan-Flint bachelor’s degree programs – nursing, applied science and business administration.

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Corporate and Community Education (CCE) formed a partnership with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC), bringing a focus to the Lean manufacturing philosophy and training programs for our industry targets of healthcare, manufacturing, tourism, technology and agriculture.

up history in Israel. More than 300 people attended these free events.

CCE Workshops and Training programs

Last year, CCE began offering allied health training programs in CPR and First Aid. A continued focus on CNC (Computer Numerical Control), working with the SEEDS (Sustainable Manufacturing Training Employment and Economic CCE worked with 15 companies Development Strategies) and trained 249 people through grant and Michigan Works! this program. and workforce development supported our business Health Care Safety community by training 360 people. CCE again brought a series of Ergonomic Safety training sessions to long-term health care facilities in Northern Michigan from Grayling to St. Ignace. These sessions taught 545 employees how to lift and transport patients safely, avoid injury and illness and remain safe on the job. These programs help keep health care workers and their facilities safe and productive. Manufacturing Training

CCE attendance 249

Agricultural Business Education CCE’s farming programs have continued to grow over the last several years. This year, CCE provided education and training to 911 workers, farmers and interested individuals in food, farm, gardening and viticulture.

Lifelong Learning

In partnership with the Petoskey District Library, North Central Michigan College began a series of intellectual adventures and great conversations led by North Central professors and other outside presenters to 209 learners of all ages.

International Programs

CCE hosted presentations on global issues including the challenge of ISIS and digging

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Health Care Safety


Agricultural Business Education


Lifelong Learning


International Programs




Total Individuals Served

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The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) awarded a $300,786 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to Precision Edge through Charlevoix county in support of a project that involved hiring and training more than 14 new employees. From the beginning, Precision Edge pledged to donate to North Central Michigan College all grant funds received. The gift is to support the purchase of the Mobile Digital Fabrication Lab, which provided training for Precision Edge employees as well as students and employees


throughout the region during the past three years. North Central President Cameron BrunetKoch gratefully accepted the donation on behalf of the College.

“We are proud of our ability to be responsive to community and industry needs while providing the necessary training for the region’s workforce.” Dr. Cameron Brunet-Koch President, North Central Michigan College

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Results of the analysis reflect information from Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego Counties, for calendar year 2015.

Economic impact • The change in the service North Central Michigan College area’s Gross Regional Product contracted with the W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (GRP). to conduct an Economic Impact Due solely to the presence of Study to better understand the role the College plays in the local North Central Michigan College, there are 1,470 additional jobs economy. in the region; total sales are The report’s findings are $253.6 million higher; personal presented in two sections: income is $66.1 million greater; and the region’s Gross Regional • North Central’s Product is $120.2 million higher. Economic Impact • Impact on its Graduates’ Potential Earnings

North Central’s Economic Impact

North Central’s economic contribution is measured by its impact on: • Total year-round employment in the region, both full and part time; • Personal income of the region’s full-time residents, which includes earned income, such as wages and salaries, and unearned income, such as pensions and dividends; note that personal income is based on where someone lives, while wages are based on where someone works; • The increase in total sales: the purchase of all goods and services in the region, including purchases made by businesses to suppliers; and

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2015 North Central contributions +1,470

Additional Jobs

+$66.1($ mil 2015)

Increase in Personal Income

+$253.6 ($ mil 2015) Increase in Total Sales

+$120.2 ($ mil 2015) Increase in Gross Regional Product

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North Central’s Impact on its Graduates’ Potential Earnings

for individuals with only a high school diploma.

• During the course of their working career, associate degree holders in Northern Michigan earn $459,000 more than persons who have only a high school diploma.

• The net present value of the return on investment for a student successfully completing a two-year associate degree, which discounts the value of future earnings, is estimated to be between $6.87 and $10.70 for each dollar he/she spent on tuition and foregone income while attending school.

North Central before transferring to:

• North Central offers an extremely affordable avenue to earn a four-year bachelor’s degree at any of the state’s four-year colleges or universities. Estimated cost savings of a student living at home while attending North Central Michigan College for the first two years and completing a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university:


Students graduating from North Central Michigan College can expect a significant increase in their lifelong earnings.

• Individuals holding an associate degree in Northern Michigan had a low 6.3 percent unemployment rate in 2013 (most current data available), compared to a high 12.2 percent rate for persons with only a high school degree. • Annual earnings for associate-degree holders in Northern Michigan were $34,000 in 2013, compared to $22,800


University of Michigan

Michigan State University


Central Michigan University


Northern Michigan University

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Foundation Board of Directors Richard Ames Dawn Bodnar Kathryn Breighner - Vice Chair Cameron Brunet-Koch, Ph.D. College President Max Bunker - Treasurer Charlie Gano William Kanine Melissa Keiswetter Joan Kleinstiver Marion Kuebler Dan Ledingham - Secretary Irma Noël - Chair Stan Smith, M.D. W. Richard Smith Barbara Worgess Sean Pollion - Executive Director

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Foundation highlights • The Foundation Annual Campaign received contributions of more than $280,000. • Approximately $240,000 in scholarships was awarded to students. • The Dollars for Scholars event was held in May 2016. The event, hosted by Sage at Odawa Casino, raised more than $3,600 to support the Student Emergency Fund. • North Central Michigan College Foundation honored the Frey Foundation at the 7th annual Founders Society Luncheon in October 2015.

• The North Central Michigan College Foundation Board of Directors recently awarded $19,821 through four grant requests from faculty and staff for equipment needs and new program development. o $2,680 to Student Services for a new pilot program called “College Matters to Middle Schoolers!” o $3,300 to the Instructional Division to purchase a Human Plastinate model for Anatomy and Physiology o $5,895 to the Student and Community Resource Center to purchase a Life Clinic Health Management System o $7,946 to the Instructional Division to purchase equipment to expand curriculum and teach manual machining in the CNC Lab

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The Frey Foundation has provided generous support to the College since the North Central Michigan College Foundation was established in 1990. This family foundation is committed to working together to make a profound difference in the lives of North Central students and the communities we serve. Their good work can be seen throughout the campus in our buildings and classrooms.

The 20th annual Scramble for Scholarships golf outing and the 18th annual NCMC Cookout raised more than $28,000 for the NCMC Foundation Scholarship Fund.

2016 presidential scholars Matthew Berish East Jordan High School

Theodore Johnson Lasalle High School

Megan Byrne Boyne Falls High School

Brigid Kane Cheboygan High School

John Chanda Pellston High School

Lily Kingma Petoskey High School

Joshua Clees Charlevoix High School

Matthew Makarewicz St. Mary Cathedral School

Myah Courterier Johannesburg-Lewiston High School

Meredith May Charlevoix Montessori Academy

Julia Davis

Northern Michigan Christian Academy

Kaylinn Fonger Gaylord High School

Devon McGovern Wolverine High School Kathleen Miller Concord Academy - Boyne

Samantha Orban Boyne City High School Ashley Pethers Alanson Public School Trevor Pritchett Inland Lakes High School Valerie Reeves Mancelona High School Olivia Rinock Concord Academy - Petoskey Ella Ruthig Home Schooled Anna Sydow Harbor Light Christian School Ethan Tippett Harbor Spings High School Derick Wregglesworth Onaway High School

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This list represents donors who made a gift to the Foundation between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016. We do our best to keep an accurate, up-to-date list of donors and apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact our office with corrections.

President’s Circle Gold

President’s Circle Bronze

Allied EMS Systems, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ames Joanne N. Arbaugh Bauervic-Paisley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Pier C. Borra Ted and Brenda Frey Frey Foundation Dave and Ann Irish Louis Kasischke Paul and Melissa Keiswetter Ernest and Judith Mainland Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Newmann Northern Trust Offield Family Foundation James S. Offield Dr. Jack R. Postle Jim Rand and Irma Noël Revenue Sharing Board Tom and Mary Lou Smith

9and10 News/Fox 32 American Spoon Foods Neil and Marsha Bidwell Bob and Sue Bleyaert Marty and Kathie Breighner Bill and Shannon Brower Max and Christine Bunker Chase Chemical Bank Clark Construction Co. David and Teresa Crouse Cliff and Jane Denay Renee DeYoung Mike and Rhea Dow ej Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Eaton Mr. & Mrs. James C. Fabiano Daniel French Great Pines Chapter MARSP Harbor Brenn Agencies Gene and Carolyn Hodulik John and Mary Jo Jay Larry and Patricia Kaine Kiwanis Club of Little Traverse Bay Lois Kircher Ben and Joan Kleinstiver Don Kopka Dr. Russell & Suzanne LaBeau Phyllis Linck Fred and Barbara Malpass Meijer, Inc. Doug and Carole Melvin Phil and Peggy Millard Morley Foundation Jim and Trish Murray Charles and Diane Neal Northern Michigan Medical Society Odawa Casino Resort David Payne Petoskey News-Review Sean and Kelly Pollion Jim and Laura Shirilla Don Spitler Stone Funeral Home Inc. - Tim Londo John and Marilyn Stover Constance Sullivan John and Mary Lou Tanton Dr. Gustav Uhlich Daniel and Dee Wickham

Gifts of $5,000 or more

President’s Circle Silver Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999

Baiardi Family Foundation Christ Child Society of Northern Michigan Greg Czarnecki and Sue Dempsey Marion Fearon Fifth Third Bank Andrea Fisher Niles and Shirley Hill Carol Keith Bruce and Cameron Koch Dave and Debbie Kring Joe and Sarah Marcum Mr. Emer Mathias Estate Peter O’Rourke Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation Ham and Barbara Schirmer Dick and Carrie Smith Tost Charitable Fund

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Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499

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Dean’s List

Professor’s Club


Gifts of $500 to $999

Gifts of $250 to $499

Gifts up to $249

Dana and Gretchen Andrews Major Dale L. Baird, USMC, Ret. Roger and Jean Beckley John and Martha Beechler Norm and Kathy Bennett Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Broquet Susan Carruthers Charlevoix County Fire Officers Association Dan and Traci Clark Colorphonic, Inc. Robert and Joyce Culbertson Mike Czerkie Al and Jane Damschroder Keith and Sallee Engstrom The Farbman Family Foundation Larry and Jamee Fry Charlie and Fran Gano Jeffrey Gardner Joe and Debbie Griffin Shirley Hanna Phil and Melissa Harrison Sally Johnson Gary and Teresa Kersting Dr. & Mrs. Richard Kutcipal Edwin W. and Jane A. Marin Robert J. Marsh Gordon Masters and Ronn Blodgett Bill and Ann McCormick Patricia H. McEnroe James Ulberg

Tom and Jodi Adams Jason and Suzanne Allen Rick and Sharon Anderson Michael and Jane Bacon Shawn Bauman Jane Bowe and Mac Green Steve and Hollyann Brown Erik and Meredith Brown Suzanne Caron Citizens National Bank Chris Etienne and Dennis Lindman Fletch’s Jack Garber and Trish MacDonald Ed and Sally Hara Dan and Amy Harris David and Denise Hartnett Jim and Carol Helmer Nancy Hodgkiss John and Judy Hoffman Edward and Susan Howbert Chet Jessick Tom and Kim Knott Jo-Anna Kolodziej Marion Kuebler Dan and Mary Ledingham John and Helen Leithauser Barbara Lindsey Bob and Lee Maldegen Vaughn and Harriet McGraw Mr. and Mrs. Jim McMahon David and Catherine Meyer Bill and Jane Millar Michelle Murphy Peter and Marta Olson Dave Pott and Mary McCartney Justin and Kate Rashid Shanna Robinson Jeff and Fran Shepard Stan and Marilynn Smith Stafford and Jan Smith Joe and Charlene Sproles Straits Area Ostomy Association Todd and Jennifer Winnell

Eliece Aiman Drs. Anthony & Lauren Alessi Elizabeth Alford Janet Allen Rod Anderson Mark and Denise Antonishen Dick and Annette Babcock Bernard Ball Rick Barber Kathryn Bardins Steve and Gretchen Barney Rose Bemben Loretta Berg Howard and Denise Berger René Bieganowski Eugene and Mary Margaret Bjorklun Mark and Jami Blaauw-Hara John Blair Bill and Phyllis Blanchard Jeane Blanz David Boring Nancy Bueche Louis and Sally Cannon Elizabeth Carpenter Chris Cerrudo Char-Em United Way Perry and Karen Clark Moe and Irene Cohen Jeffrey and Margaret Comstock Raymond Conley Laurie Cornett Carol Coursey Dallas Culvahouse Lawrence and Shannon Cummings

North Central Michigan College professor Larry Cummings celebrated 45 years of teaching this year. Professor Cummings teaches history and geography at the Petoskey campus. In 2011, a permanent scholarship fund was created in his name. The Larry “Grouse” Cummings Scholarship Fund is part of the NCMC Foundation’s permanent scholarship fund, and every year a student will be awarded a scholarship in his honor.

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Jim and Marilyn Cusenza Kay Daly Deborah Dean Ed Demmer Marydell Dilworth James and Maureen Doull Jason and Patricia Eppler Steve and Kathy Erber Annette Fettig Gerri Flewelling Art and Sharon Francis Chip and Jean Frentz Elizabeth Frey Kathryn Joy Furgeson Sara Glasgow Lois Graham Jacqueline Graham Mary Gruler Erick Haight Glenn Haight William and Judith Heil Mary R. Helliesen, Ed.D. Ed and Nancy Hirschenberger Daniel Hodgkiss Richard and Perry Hodgson Bill and Marla Hofmann Mike and Linda Hume Robert Jess Chuck and Lynette Johnson Jim and Debbie Kan Kathi Kan Jamie Kennard Kevin and Gena King Kathryn Kircher Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Kochensparger William and Noreen Kolinski George and Brenda Korthauer Richard and Loretta Kowalski Patricia Kuebler Barb Kurtz Scott LaDeur Carol Laenen Mrs. Russell B. Laurain Jeffrey Leland William and Linda Little Gow Litzenburger Richard Maddox Tad and Brenda Malpass Jan Mancinelli Dr. and Mrs. Jack Martin Mary Ann McCullough James McCullough Lorna McMahon Mark and Laurie McMurray Bill and Helen Meengs Chris Meister Dr. Pamela Miller

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Miller Forest Products Ernest & Kathy Miller Mitchell Graphics, Inc. Susan Monton Donald Muenk North Central Michigan College NCMC Association of Faculty and Professional Staff NCMC College Store NCMC Library Staff Cynthia Nagle Walter and Betsy Naumer Howard and Marcia Newkirk Maureen M. Nicholson Clas Nilstoft Karin Offield Mr. & Mrs. Woodward Openo Elizabeth Otto Virginia Panoff Leland Parsons Dr. Robert and Mrs. Alice Pattengale Patricia Pontbriand Jeffrey and Nancy Porter Dr. Irvin Potts, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. John R. Rasmussen Meredith Richter Larry and Elaine Rochon David Rodgers Frank and Carol Ronan Chuck Schafer George and Carra Schoene Stefan Scholl David and Miriam Schulingkamp John and Beverly Scott Marci Singer Charles and Diane Smolen George and JoAnne Snyder Ron and Donna Snyder Diana Souza Donald and Julie Stolt Tammy Strom Chandler Symons Travis Szarenski Tom and Marge Teske Donna Thompson Jim and Sara Tisdel Margo Todd Mark and Marsha Tompkins Stephen Tresidder Michael and Patty Turnbull Dan and Jeannean VerBurg Bridget Waldvogel Jeffrey and Candice Wendling Ann Wilderom Keith and Karen Williams Barbara Worgess Jack Zlotow

Other Supporters

The following contributors supported the Foundation special events or made gifts in kind. 106 KHQ/Lite 96 9and10 News/Fox 32 Tom Adams AdWings Media, LLC Nancy Allison American Spoon Foods American Waste Andre M. Poineau Woodworker, Inc. Anne Morningstar B. C. Pizza and B.C. Lanes Ballard Benefit Works, Inc. Barrel Back Restaurant Peter Basso Associates Scott Batchelor Bay Area Turf Care Bay Street Orthopaedics Bay View Association Bearcub Outfitters Bickersteth, Brown & Associates Bill and Carol’s Bill’s Farm Market Boyne Resorts Brown Motors Ben Brower Bunker, Clark, Winnell & Nuorala, CPA Cindy Burgett Burns Professional Building Greg and Karen Carlson Carter’s Imagewear Charlevoix Screen Masters Inc. Charlevoix State Bank Charlie MacInnis Circuit Controls Corporation Citizens National Bank City Park Grill Clark Construction Dan Clark Coca-Cola Bottling of Michigan Colorphonic, Inc. Comfort Keepers Crooked Tree Bread Works Paul Cunningham Cutler’s D&W Fresh Market - Petoskey Downtown Petoskey Dripworks Dry Harbour Marine

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Dunaske Outdoors Edward Jones Investments ej Emmet Brick and Block Evening Star Joinery The Farley Calendar Co. First Community Bank Charles Fletcher Fletch’s Flowers from Sky’s the Limit, Inc. Fustini’s Oils and Vinegars Gaylord Area Convention & Tourism Bureau Kathy Germain Susan Glass Gordon Food Service Marketplace Grain Train Natural Foods Market Grand Traverse Pie Co. Great Lakes Wine & Spirits Glenn Haight Harbor Brenn Agencies Harbor Point Golf Club Fred Harrington Roy Harvey Ken Heeres Rich Heeres Gary Hice Hill Schroderus & Co. Huron Distributing Indian River Golf Club Jet’s Pizza Joe’s Golf Repair Julienne Tomatoes Kilwins Chocolate Kitchen King Insurance Agency, Inc. Korthase/Flinn Insurance & Financial Services Dave Kring Chevrolet-Cadillac La Senorita Little Traverse Bay Golf Club Steve and Donna Ludwig Susan J.S. Malone, D.D.S., PC Doug Manley Markiewicz & Co., LLC MDC Contracting Meyer Ace Hardware Michigan Officeways Mitchell Graphics, Inc. Dave Moyer Murdick’s Tim Murphy NCMC College Communications NCMC College Store

NCMC Corporate and Community Education NCMC Custodial Department NCMC Finance and Facilities NCMC Instruction NCMC Learning Support Services NCMC Nursing Faculty NCMC Student Services Neumann/Smith Architecture Maureen Nicholson North Perk Northern Michigan Medical Society Northern Michigan Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Northern Michigan Review Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Northern Trust Nub’s Nob, Inc. Odawa Casino Resort Pateman Chiropractic Personal Graphics, Inc. Petoskey Cheese Petoskey Moving Company Petoskey News-Review Petoskey Plastics Dave Pickett Preston Feather Building Centers PMP Corporation Print Shop Rasmussen, Teller, O’Neil and Christman, PC Roast and Toast Polly Ryan Shot Makers Golf Center, LLC Suzanne Shumway Spicy Bob’s Italian Express Spring Arbor University Stafford’s Pier Restaurant Stover Pottery Dawn Swaim Talulu Beauty Lounge Mark Tompkins Trillium, A Complete Salon and Spa Twisted Olive The Villa at the Bay Sharon Walker Walloon Lake Country Club Paula Welmers Wequetonsing Golf Club Willson’s Garden Center Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan Teresa Yell

Corporate Partners

Companies providing matching gifts Dow Corning Corporation Matching Gifts GE Foundation IBM International Foundation Merck Partnership for Giving MetLife

In Memory Of

Linda Barton Linda Sue Beier Marjorie Brunet David and Mary Czarnecki Jerry and Martha Drake Deane Ellman Don Festerling Gordon Fearon Jack and Dorothy Harris Geroge and Betty Hartman Robert Hartman James and Sherry Herlocher Dr. M. Louise Herlocher Edward Hill Kim Kingsbury Dave Munger Mary Ann Singer Jack Waldvogel

In Honor of

Jerry Ellman Sherry Herlocher Paul and Melissa Keiswetter

Every donation has the potential to turn a life around.

Thank You

for helping make a difference!

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Communioutreach ty CNC- Computer Numerical Control Machining Training

• C3 - CNC Completion Camp where 14 students participated in an intensive four-week experience in the Fab Lab in 2015 and 2016. • SEEDS (Sustainable Employment and Economic Development Strategies) We have completed year two of the grant with 135 students enrolled and 51 completions. • Dual-Enrolled Students We have dual-enrolled students from Boyne City, Central Lake and East Jordan High Schools and will be adding Wolverine High School in Fall 2016.

• The CNC Career Center is in demand helping students find internships and jobs in manufacturing while helping employers fill their CNC job openings. • Scholarships Triune Specialty Trailers sponsored two scholarships for students at Pellston High School and Boyne City High School with their manufacturing technology/Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programs. North Central Michigan College’s mobile Fab Lab travels to these two schools to provide CNC classes to teens.

EMT Training in Harbor Springs (upper right)

North Central Michigan College coordinated with Harbor Springs Police and Fire departments, Emmet County EMS, CCE Dispatch and other agencies to facilitate an actual life-saving training scenario on December 17 at Meyer ACE Hardware in Harbor Springs. METIman, North Central’s human simulator or sim-man, was available for demonstrations and public education on cardiac health and public response to emergencies and became the patient as part of an interactive emergency response by public safety agencies to a cardiac event.

“With the skills honed in this program, our students not only begin the path of continued education, they acquire employable skills that can lead directly to a solid income and opportunity.” Enos Bacon, Pellston High School Principal

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North Central Michigan College is partnering with Networks Northwest to give small business owners and those considering starting a business access to a wide variety of business development tools. The Northern Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is located on North Central’s Petoskey campus and offers services to those in the Antrim, Charlevoix and Emmet area.


North Central provided outstanding local and regional speakers with 16 lecture programs in fall and winter semesters. More than 1,500 community members participated.

College Matters (right)

As a part of the Boyne City Middle School’s College/ Career Readiness Week in early June, more than 220 7th and 8th graders came to the North Central campus to explore career pathways.

Dr. Mike Clumpner, (right), a 25-year veteran of public safety and president of Threat Suppression, Inc., spoke to more than 100 representatives from public safety, fire, emergency and regional businesses in a day-long joint public safety response training on March 3. He also addressed more than 100 community members on civilian personal safety that evening.

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North Central Michigan College 2015-2016 Annual Report  
North Central Michigan College 2015-2016 Annual Report