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Community Impact

Ace It Canine Academy's owner, Taylor Warren, is in the dog daycare indoor facility and she's playing with a puppy.
Doggone brilliance: alum-owned dog daycare After pursuing her entrepreneurial aspiration at NSCC, Taylor Warren (Business Admin '19) made her life-long business dream a reality and opened Ace It Canine Academy, offering various dog daycare and training services.
Two African Nova Scotian sports broadcaster sitting at a desk during a sport event.
A career of firsts Vincent Williams (RTJ '15) uses his voice to empower youth and represent his roots through his work as a sports broadcaster, football official and African Nova Scotian student support worker.
 A woman, Carrie Anne Michael, stands in front of a door.
Diverting community waste Carrie Anne Michael (Natural Resources Environmental Technology '17) is a driving force in pioneering a comprehensive waste management program that includes every household in her community, We’koqma’q First Nation.
NSCC grads Arad and Luc from GALAXIA Mission Systems in front of a moon photo.
Grad’s mission to liftoff Nova Scotia’s space industry Going where no Nova Scotian has gone before, Arad Gharagozli (Electronic Engineering Technology '15) contributes significantly to the province’s aerospace industry. From working on satellites to founding space organizations.
Paul Adams is pictured. He is standing in the atrium of the Black Cultural Centre in Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia.
Design for difference Paul Adams is a two-time NSCC grad and the official designer of Nova Scotia’s annual African Heritage Month posters - a role he was honoured to take on following his NSCC co-op placement.
Headshots of Mohammad al Masalma and Jubanti Dhan Toppo.
Grads named Most Inspiring Immigrants in Atlantic Canada Jubanti Dhan Toppo (HR Management '21) and Mohammad al Masalma (Tourism Management '18) are honourees of the 2023 Most Inspiring Immigrants in Atlantic Canada awards. Read what receiving this award means to them.
Cole Gregory is wearing sunglasses while using equipment in a lab.
Leading the charge Cole Gregory (Electronic Engineering Technology ’18), Research Associate with NSCC Applied Research, is helping Kohltech Windows and Entrance Systems determine if their residential windows could function as solar panels.
A group of people in festive holiday sweaters sitting in two rows and smile at the camera.
NSCC Holiday Message Happy holidays from your Alumni Relations team and NSCC community. Read our holiday message.
Gloria International Grocery's logo.
Alum strengthens community while growing business Shawn Montique (Applied Media and Communication Arts ‘18) opened Gloria International Grocery, which is believed to be the first of its kind in Atlantic Canada. His store also creates space for the community to gather.