NMJCNew Mexico Junior College
NMJCNothing Much Just Chilling
NMJCNot Much Just Chilling
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The NMJC book [had a strong influence] because I had no idea, well I knew because I have gone through middle school, but I didn't know like all middle schoolers go through some type of things that went on in NMJC, like the physical appearance, the whole sexual maturity thing, all that.
Each of the influences, that is field experience, class discussions, reading NMJC, and watching Thirteen (2003), seemed to make the reality of the young adolescent become clearer for the preservice teachers.
Professionalism is a recurring theme in the NMJC program and contributes a great deal to the program's success--a success that has not gone unnoticed in the industry.
The NMJC GM program was the runner up for the 1999 Automotive Award of Excellence, so both Whicker and Toglia have firsthand knowledge about what goes into a successful automotive technician training program, and like Whicker, Toglia credits the association with GM and Ford as a vital component.
To help them understand the importance of a professional image, NMJC automotive technology students are provided with uniforms from their sponsoring dealers--and they are expected to wear these uniforms during both automotive and academic classes and lab activities as well as their cooperative work experience activities.
This year, NMJC awarded associate degrees, certificates and GEDs to 213 students.
John Gratton, vice president for instruction at NMJC, said state colleges and universities had been prohibited from working with students who had not reached their 16th birthday, or had not completed their sophomore year in high school.
John and Jessica and their parents, John and Amanda McGraw of Hobbs, came to NMJC two years ago with a goal of taking several college classes, Gratton said.
after receiving home-schooled high school diplomas, they became students at NMJC. She was 12, and he was 13.
Her children helped her by reading books to her aloud in English, and she also learned by watching the news on TV and enrolling in NMJC's English as a second language classes for the last three years.
Now she is taking reading classes through NMJC's adult basic education program, preparing to take the GED someday.
NMJC has worked with the Energy Department's Carlsbad Field Office and Westinghouse TRU Solutions, the management and operations contractor at the WIPP site.