From starting a lawn care business serving two homes in his neighborhood to earning national recognition, North Central College business management and entrepreneurship major Moe Mitchell ’20 has found a sure path to growing his commercial interests.
Three enterprising members of the North Central College chapter of Enactus are applying their knowledge and expertise to a socially conscious business that addresses one of today’s pressing issues.
North Central College students had a busy and productive winter and spring terms, both inside the classroom and out.
The motivation to run a marathon may be to improve physical health, to check an item off a “bucket list,” or to establish a personal best. The most challenging reason of all, however, may be a selfless one. That is just the kind of motivation Connor McGury ‘18 embraces.
Like most first-year students, Luis Tello arrived at North Central College with dreams of personal achievement. But his goals are focused on helping others achieve their dreams. And he’s getting closer every day.
North Central College’s NCC’s Best—the branch of Enactus that works with Guatemalan coffee and imports—continues to create real change on campus, locally and globally.
North Central College’s multicultural life on campus is expanding this fall to incorporate a larger celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Though the College promotes many other Hispanic and Latino involvement opportunities throughout the academic year, Sept. 15 to Oct.
North Central College began the 2015-2016 academic year Sept. 14 with a record number of first-year students.
“The Class of 2019 is truly an impressive result in a competitive recruiting marketplace,” says North Central College President Troy Hammond.
North Central College is among the best schools in the region at helping students realize their full potential, according to the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report.