The North Central Missouri College Livestock Judging team launched fall 2020 and competed in the first contest of their inaugural season on September 13th and 14th at The National in Des Moines, IA. The team evaluated breeding and market hogs, presented oral reasons, and had the opportunity to network with swine producers and industry leaders. […]
North Central Missouri College will offer a new certificate option beginning this fall for students interested in pursuing an agribusiness career. MFA Incorporated endorses the one-year Agriculture Operations Technology Certificate. The certificate will allow students an opportunity for an apprenticeship and full-time employment with MFA. With the Agriculture Operations Technology Certificate, students will receive instruction […]
Starting fall semester 2020, North Central Missouri College will be fielding a competitive collegiate livestock judging team comprised of 5 members and will compete against other community colleges throughout the country to evaluate cattle, hogs, sheep, and goats at 8-10 contests throughout the year. At this time, NCMC is pioneering the way as the only […]
Three agriculture students from North Central Missouri College participated in the National Professional Agriculture Student Organization Conference March 12-16 held in Loveland, Colorado. Over 500 agriculture students competed in Career Program Areas, participated in leadership workshops, and visited Loveland area attractions. NCMC students who attended the conference were Breanna Chambers, Spickard, Alyssa Kosse, Trenton, and […]
Jamee Scearce from Gower, Missouri, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Student for August. Jamee is an A+ student, receiving her Associate in Arts degree and Agriculture Business Certificate. After Jamee graduates from NCMC, she will be attending the University of Missouri-Columbia to complete her bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business Management. Jamee […]
North Central Missouri College held its annual fall orientation on Thursday, August 17 and welcomed five new faculty and staff members. They are from left: Hannah Chapman, Online Services Administrator; Jack Green, Agriculture Instructor; Dr. Sterling Recker, Political Science/Sociology Instructor; Ashtyn Wilson, Maryville Nursing Instructor; and Dr. Tristan Londre, Vice President of Academic Affairs.
North Central Missouri College has selected a new Agriculture Instructor to fill the role when David Nowland retires in June. The NCMC board approved Jack Green in February and he will begin the full-time position in July. Green is the Agriculture Instructor and FFA Advisor at Milan C-2 High School. He has a Master’s of […]