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Springs Dean's, President's List

Springs Dean's, President's List

May 30, 2017
tags: 2017, May 2017, press release, President's Office

The National Park College (NPC) Office of Student Affairs released the Dean’s list and President’s list for the spring 2016 semester. 228 students were named to the Dean’s list and 245 students were named to the President’s list.

Springs Dean's, President's List
National Park Promise

National Park Promise

May 23, 2017
tags: 2017, May 2017, press release, newsletter, President's Office, NPTC

National Park College (NPC) announced a last dollar promise scholarship for students who participate in National Park Technology Center (NPTC) programs. The announcement was made Thursday during a press conference at Lake Hamilton High School in Pearcy, Arkansas.

National Park Promise
ITC Grand Opening

ITC Grand Opening

March 26, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, press release, President's Office, corporate training, newsletter

National Park College (NPC) welcomed more than 100 guests for the grand opening of the Innovative Technologies Center (ITC) Thursday. The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce ambassadors conducted a ribbon cutting.

ITC Grand Opening

Resolution Commends NPC

March 25, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, campus news, President's Office

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) and Lakeside School District were recognized by the Arkansas House of Representatives at the Arkansas State Capitol Wednesday.

Resolution Commends NPC
New Honors Program

New Honors Program

February 23, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, press release, President's Office

National Park College (NPC) Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, February 22. Items for report included a spring enrollment report and announcement of a new honors program.

New Honors Program
Campus Update

Campus Update

February 20, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, President's Office

Hot Springs and the Garland County communities extend an enormous amount of support to National Park College. We could not be successful in changing lives without your friendship and support. Here is an update on what you can look forward to in 2017 from the NPC Nighthawks.

Campus Update
NPC Touts Progress toward Strategic Goals

NPC Touts Progress toward Strategic Goals

January 26, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, President's Office, newsletter

National Park College (NPC) Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, January 25. Items for report included academic program changes, a new student internship program, and a strategic plan report. Student of the month, Rachel Garner was recognized.

NPC Touts Progress toward Strategic Goals
Fall Dean's and President's Lists

Fall Dean's and President's Lists

January 20, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, President's Office, newsletter

The National Park College (NPC) Office of Student Affairs released the Dean’s list and President’s list for the fall 2016 semester. 224 students were named to the Dean’s list and 216 students were named to the President’s list.

Fall Dean's and President's Lists
Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

January 04, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, President's Office, newsletter

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the Southern Arkansas Regional Alliance (SARA) Wednesday between National Park College (NPC), College of the Ouachitas (COTO), and Henderson State University. The institutions collaborated to form the alliance in response to the Governor’s Closing the Gap 2020 master plan for higher education.

Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

NPC, COTO, Henderson State Form Regional Alliance

December 30, 2016
tags: President's Office, 2016, December 2016, press advisory

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC), College of the Ouachitas (COTO), and Henderson State University have collaborated to form the Southern Arkansas Regional Alliance (SARA). Governor Asa Hutchinson and Dr. Maria Markham from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) will host a press conference in the Governor’s Conference Room at the Capitol Wednesday, January 4 at 11 a.m. to announce the agreement. In alignment with the Governor’s Closing the Gap 2020 master plan for higher education, the goal of the regional alliance is to create an innovative, collaborative, 21st century delivery model for higher education and workforce development initiatives in Arkansas that will prioritize student success, degree attainment and workforce development ahead of tradition and turf. The agreement also includes strategies for creating institutional efficiencies through shared resources.

NPC, COTO, Henderson State Form Regional Alliance
NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply

NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply

December 30, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, December 2016, corporate training, newsletter, President's Office

National Park College (NPC), Airtech Supply (Airtech), Inc. and Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions Group (AMS) received a “grow-your-own” grant from the Arkansas Department of Career Education’s Office of Skills Development (OSD) to offer a LEAN Transformation series of trainings for employees. The grant is the first of its kind to be awarded since the OSD was created.

NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply

NPC Awarded $174k Internship Grant

December 06, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, December 2016, President's Office

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) has been awarded a two-year, $174,816 Career Ready Internship Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates. An anticipated 84 new paid internships will be created during the 2017-2018 academic year. The goal of the program is to help students gain career related skills and connections while working toward their degree. Participating students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and demonstrate financial need. “Paid internships benefit students, colleges and employers,” said Richard D. George, Great Lakes President and Chief Executive Officer. “Students gain meaningful workplace skills and are more likely to earn degrees and use their internship experiences to help secure good jobs upon graduation. Colleges will see increased completion and job placement rates, and employers gain a pipeline to fresh talent. It’s a win-win-win.”

NPC Awarded $174k Internship Grant
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