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    Mathew Gray Music Internship

    Mathew Gray never dreamed that a year after graduating from Tonkawa High School he would be back at band camp, but he had the unique opportunity of interning with the THS band director, Mr. Chris Reeder.Mathew chose to major in music at NOC because he enjoyed band when he was in school and he likes helping students learn music. After spending three weeks with Mr.   Read More...

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    Josh Swain Veterinary Internship

    Observing surgeries, dehorning cows, and assisting with vaccinations has sealed the deal for Josh Swain. Swain, a Northern Oklahoma College sophomore agriculture major, always knew he wanted to work with animals. After completing an NOC internship with Dr.   Read More...

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    NOC Students Complete Internship

    By Jennifer SmithSleeping in a hammock, nights singing kumbaya by the campfire – it sounds like a welcome break from the hum drum of a hot and sticky Oklahoma summer – until you have to use the restroom, one you have to make yourself!At Camp NOCLIP, students spend time in the great outdoors, learn how to be a leader and explore the college enrollment process.Three Northern Oklahoma College students, Sam Alvarado, Nicole Politis and Brittany Dennis are participating in a paid internship and three...  Read More...

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    Kylie Ott Ag Internship

    By Jennifer SmithSome of the most valuable players on a sports team actually work behind the scenes, off of the court and past the announcer’s box.School is out for the summer and many students will be working a summer job or internship. NOC Tonkawa biology major Kylie Ott has accepted an internship at the Tonkawa Chamber of Commerce. Ott will be responsible for taking care of the sports fields at Blinn Park.“I will weed eat, mow, rake, edge and anything else that needed to take care of and main...  Read More...

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    Hoemann, Hooley, and Forman Internships

    Coffee runs and paper pushing may be common stigmas for interns, but that’s not the case for students at Northern Oklahoma College who get to engage in real world, work related business scenarios thanks to partnerships with local businesses.Three Northern students were chosen to take part in the day-to-day challenges of working adults: Christy Hooley, mass communications; Hannah Forman, mass communications; Blake Hoemann, criminal justice.Hooley, who works for Vype magazine, schedules and shoots...  Read More...

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