NMTech to launch today new and improved website

Posted on May 13 2022

Today, Friday, May 13, is the inaugural launch of the Northern Marianas Technical Institute’s new and improved website, www.nmtechcnmi.org, powered by TurnKey Solutions.

“We are proud to announce the launch of our new website,” said NMTech chief executive officer Jodina Attao. “All community members are welcome and encouraged to visit us online or in person at our campus!”

With the new and improved website, NMTech will now have “a more robust online presence to assist students with online applications, registration and available scholarship information, detailed descriptions on the suite of services we are able to offer, and frequently asked questions,” said Attao about the website.

NMTech is a postsecondary educational institute that is responsible for providing advanced career, vocational, technical and trades programs that lead to endorsed certifications in the fields of Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism; and nationally recognized certifications from the National Center for Construction Education and Research for construction-specific programs. 

The school’s skills-building educational platform is highly responsive to the needs of employment opportunities in entry level occupations in that certifications can be achieved at an accelerated rate through modular curricula. 

“As our efforts increase in partnering with various trades industries, we are happy to also announce programs coming soon [such as] U.S. Coast Guard-certified maritime courses, Cosmetology, Baking and Pastry, Solar Power Generation, and Food Safety Management. When planning and coordination is complete, course information will be integrated into our new website,” added Attao.

Leigh Gases
Leigh Gases is the youngest reporter of Saipan Tribune and primarily covers community related news, but she also handles the utilities, education, municipal, and veterans beats. Contact Leigh at leigh_gases@saipantribune.com.
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