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Upgrading courses or marks We offer a few ways to upgrade your high school courses or pick up the missing credits you need for post-secondary study.
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A day in the life of an ASL Studies student Ever wondered what a typical day looks like for an NSCC student? Hadley Brooks-Joiner, an NSCC American Sign Language (ASL) Studies grad, shares her daily routine at Ivany Campus.
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Early educators are in demand Marconi Campus is now offering our popular Early Childhood Education program to help people like you achieve your dream of becoming an educator. Marconi Campus is now offering our popular Early Childhood Education program to help people like you achieve your dream of becoming an educator.
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Attend Virtual Open House, March 29 - April 1 Learn all the reasons to attend our Virtual Open House in spring 2022.
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Flexible ways to study Business Administration Ivany Campus offers a number of flexible learning options to fit your needs and preferences, including daytime, face-to-face, online and evening classes.
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Video: The Future is Youth (FIY) program Learn all about the Future is Youth (FIY) program and becoming an NSCC grad.
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Video: Turn your passion for music into a career Whether you want to be in front or behind the stage, NSCC gives you the skills to get ahead in this highly competitive space.
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Why you should take Music Business Whether you’re an artist or a fan, get the practical skills and business knowledge you need to build or grow a career in the music industry.
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Managing wellness in turbulent times Taking steps to feel our best is an important part of tending to our mental health and overall wellness. Try these practices from our Manager, Employee Health and Wellbeing.
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It's the small things The small things we do each day can have a big impact on our mental wellbeing. Explore some of the small things you can do to feel your best.
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Looking back. Thinking forward. While the Nova Scotia Community College we know today was officially created in 1996, our history can be traced back well beyond 25 years to 1872, when Nova Scotia’s first technical and vocational school opened.
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Work-integrated learning at NSCC Learning on the job as part of your NSCC program is called ‘work-integrated learning’. March is National Co-op and Work-Integrated Learning Month - learn more about what work-integrated learning is all about.
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Compassion for learning With support from generous donors, Rebecca Lombardo and nearly 500 other students were loaned laptops to support their continued learning and connect them to virtual support services at the College during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Study while you work to advance your career in behavioural interventions Study while you work to advance your career in behavioural interventions.
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African Nova Scotian ECEs are needed now, more than ever before Jaden Dixon is a second year student in the Africentric Early Childhood Education program offered at the Akerley Campus.
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Africentric Learning Matters The importance of Africentric learning and the positive influence it can have on students.
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Disability Supports and Services professionals are in demand Disability Supports and Services graduates are in high demand in Nova Scotia. Enter a rewarding career.
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Is a career in Disability Supports and Services right for you? If you have these strengths, it may mean you’d enjoy a career in disability supports and services.
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Nova Scotia needs early education gurus According to Nova Scotia Labour Market Information statistics, the province needs trained leaders in early childhood education.
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Caring careers for caring people Are you a caring person looking for a career in Nova Scotia? Here are three programs to consider.
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Photography grad heads to Paris through articulation agreement NSCC Photography grad heads to Paris through articulation agreement.
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Share your passion NSCC instructor Erin Moore helps her students grow and change as journalists and as people.
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Yes, Chef! Chef Gilles Godin teaches the next generation of cooks how to keep their skills and their knives sharp.
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5 ways to make your student awards application stand out NSCC offers over 700 scholarships, bursaries and awards. You can help make your application stand out by following these steps.
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6 easy habits for sustainable living Wondering how you can help the planet? Try these tips at home, school, and work.
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3 ways to help someone choose the right career Choosing a career path can be daunting. Job-seekers can often focus on getting “a job” as opposed to “the job.” You can help them make the best decision.
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5 top jobs and the college programs that can get you there There’s a lot to think about when choosing a career. While it’s most important to choose a path that matches your interests and skills, knowing the employment opportunities is important. Here are some of Nova Scotia’s most in-demand jobs and the college programs that can get you there.
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10 things you won't believe our alumni are doing today There are thousands of NSCC grads making an impact across the province, country and world. Meet 10 alumni who are making a name for themselves near and far. Their accomplishments are sure to impress.
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