Noah Webster College
Monday, May 21, 2018

Welcome to Noah Webster College                  

         Building Servant Leaders
                                   for the 21st Century! 
 
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Spring 2018 Spring Leadership Seminar
May 4 & 5 at Hoffmantown Church
     We hope that you will join us for the Spring Seminars offered at Hoffmantown Church in Rm. B-115.  Our speakers include Dr. Boniface Toulassi, and John Kinzer, NWC Professor and Board Member. 
     Dr. Toulassi is originally from Togo, West Africa, Boniface Toulassi is the founder and executive director of Bridge To Nations (BTN). Prior to that he served as the deputy director of operations for International Leadership Foundation (ILF), focusing of French Speaking Africa. He holds Bachelor degrees in English, educational sciences, a Master’s degree in Anglophone African Literature from the University of Lomé in Togo, and a PhD in organizational leadership from the school of business and leadership, Regent University, Virginia-USA. He has been a visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management (FASEG-UL) and the Advanced School of Administration and Management (ESAG) teaching leadership seminars to master’s level students. He has a radio program that presents Biblical history from an African perspective for culture change and mindset transformation. He lives in Albuquerque with his wife and daughter.
Mr. Kinzer, a longtime educator in the Albuquwerque area, will present material on the Leadership Principles ofBooker T. Washington, the famous Black American educator and founder of Tuskegee Institute.
The Workshops in the Spring Seminar give the Albuquwerque Community opportunity to hear and interact with NWC professors and to enjoy learning in an informal setting.  We hope that you will be blessed to learn more about leadership models and principles in the Church, Christian ministry, business and educational organizations.
     More information will appear later, but the times of the workshops are: 

6:30-8:30 pm. Friday, May 4 and
1-4 pm, Saturday, May 5. 
Admission is open to the public and the cost is $10 per person or $15 for a couple.  Students are $5 .  NWC students and faculty are free.  You can register and pay for the seminar at the door. 
 
  If you would like to attend please call to reserve your seats bycalling NWC at 340-6569.  
You can also call this number to ask other questions about NWC, arrange an appointment with a counselor and discuss courses and requirements for graduation.  Financial aid is available for all students.  We are committed to helping you benefit from the courses offered by the college and become the Christian leader God intends for you.  We are dedicated to serving you and developing Christian leaders for the 21st Century!
 
 

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 Summer 2018 Geology Fieldtrip

 

  

 Noah Webster College Geology Field trip to Wyoming - June 23-June 27, 2018

     Please join us for this spectacular geology fieldtrip led by NWC professor, Dr. Jerry Simmons, to collect fossils and rock specimens and visit Como Bluff Dinosaur Graveyard, Fossil Butte National Monument, and to dig for fossil fish in the famous Green River Shale formation near Kemmerer, Wyoming. 

The registration fee is $100 per person, and $75 for additional family members. Each participant will meet June 23 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and provide for their own lodging or camping, food and entrance fee to the Kemmerer site. You can obtain more information by calling NWC at 340-6569 and you can receive email information and an itinerary by emailing nwebstercollege@msn.com.

We look forward to a fun and informative field trip in Creation Geology!

You should plan on your own transportation, or carpooling with a friend, and bring sunglasses, hat, sun screen, a geology hammer, a collecting box, long pants, sturdy shoes or boots, a jacket, a sack lunch and drink, and your camera!  We offer these fieldtrips to individuals and families 10 years and older to learn from God's Creation and enjoy the fellowship of others in the midst of this intense natural beauty.  Children under the age of 10 should not attend this fieldtrip.  Older children should be in the care of their parents on the fieldtrip.  John Kinzer, another NWC professor, will assist leading this trip.  The fieldtrip counts as 2 credits of field geology with NWC, and participants can add an additional credit by completing a research paper on a topic of their choice and approved by Dr. Simmons to be completed later in the summer.

 

 

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Noah Webster College is a Christian Liberal Arts College offering classes in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area at various locations.  Our office and library are located in Albuquerque at 12820 Indian School Road NE.  The College began offering undergraduate classes to students in the fall 2009 semester.

 

The following groups of students will find Noah Webster College appealing:

 
     Current students at a public college or university will wish to supplement their majors with classes that emphasize learning from a Biblical worldview.  It is in these classes at NWC that students can learn a deeper understanding of their faith and sharpen their ability to explain and defend Christianity.
 
     Thoughtful Christian students who wish to gain a Biblical worldview as they learn. Strong academics can earn an entire liberal arts degree from Noah Webster College.  NWC offers classes with a unique Core Curriculum and mentoring program for students who complete the four year degree program and graduate with a BA degree in Liberal Arts.  Students may choose concentrations in Natural Science, History, Literature, or Philosophy.
 
     Parents and Adults find the classes at NWC will inspire them to a love of learning.  Many parents will find the coursework helpful in teaching their own children or enriching their understanding and background in a subject.
 
     Educators and Teachers can learn to present their course materials from a Biblical worldview and be able to understand and use important Biblical principles to better challenge and affect their students' reasoning abilities.
     Our goals are learning to reason from a Biblical perspective and equipping the student for effective leadership impacting the world and culture for Christ.
 
 
 
 If you are interested in further information, please see our contact page so we can add you to our email list.
 
 
 In Christ,
John Kinzer,  for The Noah Webster College Board, (505) 340-6569