Upcoming Events

Nicolet Entrepreneurial Thinking

Begin by exploring the entrepreneurial mindset. Fundamentally, entrepreneurship is a way of thinking that enables you to seek opportunities, develop creative solutions to problems, and overcome challenges. Then we’ll dive into the entrepreneurial process, not from a theoretical or technical standpoint, but from a practical, no-nonsense point of view – with simple tools and one-on-one help along the way. Finally, you’ll create an abbreviated business plan (just 3 – 5 pages) that will serve as your road map for success. 

Topics will include:

  • The key role of research and how to conduct it,
  • A simplified budget process to guide your activities that creates your “napkin financials”
  • Easy to use thinking aids including the sales funnel, budget pyramid, and “magic quadrant” positioning

Workshop Schedule:

Session 1:             

Orientation: Thursday, March 10, 2022 from 5 - 6 pm
Nicolet College - Northwoods Center 111

Sessions 2 – 7:

Thursdays, March 17 - April 23, 2022 from 5 - 6:30 pm
Hybrid (either online or in person, to be determined)

Session 8:
Graduation Celebration and Pitch Night!
Thursday, April 28, 2022 from 5 -7 pm
Nicolet College - Northwoods Center 209

Full funding is available for up to 10 students.

Register soon! Call 715.365.4905 for more information.

Partners in Health: Northwoods Mental Health SIM

Nicolet College – Field & Lakeside Center
Free for students to attend | Lunch included
Optional Continuing Education Credits $50 (62+ $28.85)

Engage with professionals and students from multiple fields while simulating a real-world mental health crisis. Participants will develop a holistic approach to meeting human/patient needs while enhancing their understanding of other professions’ scopes of practice. A standardized patient will portray an individual with suicidal ideations and a history of mental health concerns. Trained healthcare, human services, and law enforcement role-players will assess and assist the patient through simulated ‘real-life’ touchpoints. Participants who don’t play a simulated role will engage with the standardized patient and role-players during debrief sessions and will be engaged throughout the scenario with interactive reflection prompts. A team approach to understanding and improving rural access to mental health care and the social determinants of health will be explored by all. Presented by: Nicolet College & Northern Highland Wisconsin Area Health Center

For questions contact Dilya St. Louis, MSN, RN dstlouis@nicoletcollege.edu or (715) 614-0621