Northwest State Community College Recognizes IT Specialist Graduates

IMG_1066 WEBARCHBOLD, OHIO – Eleven students completing Northwest State Community College’s IT specialist certificate program were recognized during a special event on the Scott Park campus in Toledo, which included presentation of the group’s final team projects, both submitted through the Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC.) One team created an application with a database back end and web front end for Portia Ash, director of the MBAC at Scott Park. The other team created a revamped website for a nationally-recognized craft brewery, updating a page that was not previously user-friendly with fresh, dynamic and interactive pages.

In addition to the certificate from NSCC, students earned International Computer Driver License, Microsoft Technology Associate Database Fundamentals and Software Development, and Network Pro certifications. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in the information technology field including networking, help desk support, database development/support and web development.

The following graduates were recognized: Williams County: Edward Carter (West Unity).

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