In keeping with the commitment that the National Conference of Bankruptcy Clerks (NCBC) made to support their members’ education, two of the required ten courses in the Judicial Administration Program will be offered at the 2015 annual conference for a total of thirteen contact hours. For those students who are just joining the Michigan State University (MSU) program or continuing their studies, Caseflow Management will be offered for 8.0 contact hours and Court and Community Communication will be offered for 5.0 contact hours.
Orientation and Information Session
The MSU orientation and information session will be held at the 2015 NCBC Annual Conference. Whether you are a new or returning student or just looking for information, come join us. We welcome everyone to this session. During the session, we discuss the credential opportunities offered through the NCBC and MSU partnership. Additionally, students will receive information on how they can get credit for seminars and programs offered by other partner organizations such as FCCA, FJC, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. For students who will be writing their capstone projects within the next year, we recommend attending the session to discuss project ideas.
NCBC students, who have completed their required coursework and capstone project, will be honored with a graduation ceremony. All NCBC members and their families are welcome to attend. Our current list of 2015 graduates include: Velda Coleman (ILNB), Jackie Hildebrand (ID), Dailin Pena (FLSB), Katherine Schneider (OHNB), and Heather Burse (MIWB). Please check the NCBC conference website for further MSU @ NCBC information.