Today, the NDSCS Culinary Arts and Mental Health/Social Work Transfer programs released exciting new department videos.
The Culinary Arts program at NDSCS is a comprehensive program that covers cooking techniques, baking and pastries, restaurant management, dining services and business management. This fast-paced video features flames, food and even produce juggling courtesy of faculty member Kyle Armitage. Watch the video on YouTube.
The Mental Health and Social Work Transfer program explores real life and real tools to help people. The program prepares students for careers in the mental health profession or offers a liberal arts transfer option for students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in social work. In this video, instructors Char Schuler and Dr. Larson talk about the passion that drives this profession. View and share the video on YouTube.
These videos are the latest additions to a full series of NDSCS department videos that can be found on the NDSCS Wildcats YouTube channel at youtube.com/ndscswildcats.
The Ninth Annual Health Career Day will be held October 6 at the North Dakota State College of Science, located at 800 Sixth Street North in Wahpeton, N.D. Career Day will begin at 9 a.m. in the Harry and Ella Stern Cultural Center and will continue to the Mayme Green Allied Health Center. The Career Day is considered a “dual” event, as both employers of the NDSCS Allied Health students and prospective students are invited to attend.
Prospective students will have numerous opportunities to explore the 12 Allied Health career paths offered at NDSCS including visiting with prospective employers about employment in health fields, touring classrooms and labs and participating in hands-on demonstrations in each of the career areas. Allied Health faculty, staff and current students will also be available to discuss academic programs, campus life and student organizations.
Employers will have the opportunity to visit with and recruit students from the 12 Allied Health careers for future employment at their facilities. They may also tour classrooms and labs at the Health Center, meet the faculty, administration and staff and attend a luncheon.