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NSCC grad Bryden stands at a machine in a machine shop at an NSCC campus. He wears a long-sleeved sweatshirt and safety goggles and smiles at the camera.
NSCC grad builds skillset in Precision Machining program Bryden found work in a machine shop after high school and went on to expand his skillset through NSCC’s Precision Machining program.
NSCC grad April Googoo stands outdoors in a sweatshirt and gazes ahead while smiling. Behind her are homes and a parked car.
Grad finds success through carpentry program After practising carpentry as a hobby, April decided to formalize her learning through our 8-week, tuition-free Housing Construction Fundamentals microcredential program.
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3M+ in student awards annually We offer student awards, scholarships and bursaries to help cover the cost of your studies. Learn how and when to apply.
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A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire. A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire.

Land acknowledgement

NSCC is located in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory and traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq Nation. Our relationship is based on a series of peace and friendship treaties between the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Crown, dating back to 1725.

As Treaty beneficiaries, we recognize that we are all Treaty People.

In the news

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Students in Energy Studies Receive Scholarships Nineteen students pursuing energy-related studies have been awarded the Nova Scotia Clean Economy Scholarship, including eight students pursuing natural resource and renewable energy-related programs at NSCC.
Nova Scotia Government
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Cumberland Joins Geothermal Food Project Cumberland is joining a geothermal feasibility study in Springhill led by the municipality, Cumberland Campus and the Department of Natural Resources and Renewables. The study will use the energy stored in underground water to heat and cool a commercial greenhouse.
Six Rivers
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Mi’kmaw students at NSCC Strait Area Campus make ribbon skirts Mi’kmaw students in post-secondary across Atlantic provinces are getting the chance to create their own culturally important clothes through ribbon skirt workshops. Pam Toney, Indigenous Student Advisor, Strait Area Campus, facilitated 15 workshops to highlight the strong symbolic and cultural significance of the clothing for Indigenous people. Additional workshops will be held in the future.
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