NMC Sponsorship Program

NMC CAT, in partnership with the Diesel Technology Program at Central Community College in Hastings, Nebraska offers a two-year sponsorship coupled with an apprenticeship program at NMC CAT locations in Nebraska. To be eligible, qualified applicants must be registered full-time in the Associate of Applied Science degree program.

Central Community College: Hastings Campus
550 S Technical Blvd
PO Box 1024
Hastings NE 68902-1024
402-463-9811

  • STEP 3: Visit Central Community College for a campus tour and complete your entrance exams (ASSET, COMPASS, or ACT).
  • STEP 4: Contact NMC to provide your testing results and schedule yourself to come and job shadow for a ½ day at one of our NMC locations.
  • STEP 5: Once you have received your letter of acceptance from the school, you will have completed all of the requirements to be considered for NMC’s Sponsorship Program.
  • Step 6:  Complete the NMC Talent Solutions Profile – Emailed to you separately.
  • NMC will contact you in the December/January time frame to confirm all requirements have been met and schedule you for your initial telephone interview.

 If you are chosen for the NMC Sponsorship Program, you are eligible to receive:

 For 75 years NMC has been providing solutions to meet the changing needs of its customers.  Today, our company remains customer-focused through locations in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Utah – and with a dedicated staff of nearly 700 employees, NMC provides a comprehensive line of products, parts and services vital to the construction, power generation, material handling, on-highway trucks, rental and railroad industries.  NMC has been Nebraska’s Caterpillar dealer since 1938.  Additional information regarding our company can be found at www.careersatnmc.com.

 

Buick Achievers Scholarship

Visit buickachievers.com for program details and the online application.

Deadline: February 27, 2015
5:00 p.m. EST

Criteria for potential applicants includes:

    • High school seniors and current undergraduates
    • U.S. military veterans and their dependents
    • Those who plan to enroll full time at a four-year college or university in 2015-2016
    • Those who plan to major in a field focused on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry.

UNO’s Honors Program

UNO offers classes dedicated to Honors students and their community; students in Honors get the best professors on campus as their mentors and have the advantage of innovating and challenging interdisciplinary classes. Students benefit from classes designed to engage and challenge them; they receive priority registration privileges as well as housing preferences and many other benefits throughout their time at UNO.

Click here to view the UNO Honors Program Brochure that outlines the required criteria. UNO takes a holistic approach to admission, so if a student’s ACT score does not reflect his/her potential, or if his/her GPA Is not at or above a 3.75, they STILL WANT to hear from interested students.  For more info, please visit  http://honors.unomaha.edu/application.php or contact Lucy Morrison at 402-554-2598.