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Alumni Relations

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  • The Ask a Black Entrepreneur Panel event poster shows four faces of speakers and event title.
    Ask a Black Entrepreneur
    Join us online Feb 22 from 12-1 pm for our Ask a Black Entrepreneur event with alumni panelists Paul Adams, Shayla Parsons and Stefan Williams. Learn about the Ask a Black Entrepreneur event.
  • Kim, Business Administration student, and her partner Onya are holding a few packages of their sea salt outside a local store in LaHave, Nova Scotia.
    Scotiabank Entrepreneur-in-the-Making Program
    Over $40K is being made available to NSCC students and alumni (Class of 2019-23) to start or grow businesses. Learn more and apply by March 29, 2024.
  • A woman working on a laptop in her kitchen.
    Start-up Accelerator program
    Learn entrepreneurial skills needed to launch and manage your business. Plus, we’re sponsoring $1,050 of tuition for all accepted in the program. Apply now

If you've learned with us, you're one of us.

NSCC alumni are part of a growing network of successful graduates with a massive collective reach. We're dedicated to providing opportunities to engage, celebrate and support you at every stage of your career.

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News and stories

Read inspiring alumni stories, learn what’s happening at NSCC and see which alumni are making headlines.

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Alumni events

From social events, panels and workshops, there are countless ways for you to join the conversation and connect.

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Perks and benefits

With access to exclusive events, special discounts and resources, being an NSCC alumnus has its perks.

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Join our online community Connect with your alumni community on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Give back to NSCC

For many students, success at NSCC is determined by the support they receive from our alumni community. Learn about ways to support NSCC.

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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.

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