Tagged: northwest technical institute

USA Truck Providing 15 CDL Training Scholarships

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/8/2016 9:21 am

USA Truck will pay for 15 qualified applicants to complete a five-week commercial driver's license training program through a partnership of the University of Arkansas Global Campus, Northwest Technical Institute and Mid-America Truck Driving School.

University of Arkansas Joins Truck Driving Quest

by Marty Cook 1/18/2016 12:00 am

Members of a partnership that includes Mid-America Truck Driving School of Malvern, the Northwest Technical Institute of Springdale and the UA Global Campus in Rogers hope to raise the exposure and enrollment numbers of the program.

NTI Making Room For More Techs

by Chris Bahn 5/20/2013 12:00 am

Northwest Technical Institute in Springdale has more prospective students than spots in its diesel and truck technology program. A future expansion in lab space could help the school, located in an area known nationally for its diesel tech jobs.

Northwest Arkansas Employers Looking for Skilled Help, Right Workers

by Chris Bahn 4/15/2013 12:00 am

A recent business retention and expansion survey conducted by the Northwest Arkansas Council and local chambers of commerce reveal that 30 percent of the more than 450 employers surveyed — a sample that ranged from mom-and-pop operations to global retailers — plan expansions within the next three years.

10 Cool Degrees You Should Consider

by NEXT Staff 9/9/2010 12:00 am

Turn your passions into paydays with some of these out-of-the-ordinary and lesser-known degrees that are offered in Arkansas. They’re sure to suit specific personalities and open the door to unique opportunities.

Technical Schools: Seana Putnam

by NEXT Staff 9/9/2010 12:00 am

Seana Putnam wanted to test the waters and make sure nursing was the right choice for her at a technical institute before diving into a larger school.

Students Ascend to Northwest Arkansas for Higher Education

by Northwest Arkansas Newcomers Guide Staff 1/1/2010 12:00 am

When many of us think of public schools, the old utilitarian concept of providing the greatest good for the greatest number of children might come to mind. Some believe, often mistakenly, that public schools aren’t equipped to offer children extraordinary opportunities in learning.