NWTC Equity Guide A guide to diversity, equity and inclusion at NWTC - Page 27
A Place at the Table
This is a roundtable event for staff, faculty, and
students to have candid, safe, and respectful
discussions around serious social topics.
(Topics include, but not limited to: DACA and
undocumented students, history of indigenous
people and America, use of excessive force.)
RISE Student Leadership
Series (Racial Inclusion
for Student Equity)
This program is designed to better prepare
student leaders to be culturally aware and active
advocates for promoting diversity and inclusion.
Food for Thought
Feed your body, Feed your mind.
The Food for Thought Series gives guest speakers
and artists the opportunity to share their personal
passions and stories with the NWTC community.
Through the free Food for Thought events,
students will be able to connect in more meaningful
ways with our guests and their messages.
Events are free and open to the public.
Carry-in lunches are welcome. Learn more
An opportunity to hear firsthand stories and learn
about places around the world and community!
Learn more at nwtc.edu/StudentInvolvment.
Introduction to Diversity -
3 Credit Class
This course studies basic American values of
justice and equality by teaching vocabulary,
history of immigration/conquest, transcultural
communication, legal liability, multicultural majority/
minority relations, ageism, sexism, gender,
sexual orientation, and the disabled/ADA.
Businesses and industries in the Northeast Wisconsin
Technical College District are becoming increasingly
dependent on a highly competitive global
economy for their success. To prepare the district
workforce for participation in this international
society, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
must provide a global educational experience for
students and serve as an international intercultural
education resource for its communities.
Learn more about our International
Programs at nwtc.edu/StudyAbroad.