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Barbara Roberts stands indoors at an NSCC campus and smiles at the camera. Deanna Mohamed stands outdoors in winter wearing a warm coat and smiles at the camera.
NSCC employees help create support system for Black advisors Learn about the inaugural Black and African Canadian Student Advisor division of the Atlantic Association of College and University Student Services (AACUSS).
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Culturally-responsive supports Black and African Canadian students have access to culturally-responsive supports, including advising, tutoring and counselling. Learn how advisors can help you apply to NSCC, explore career options and more.
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Awards, scholarships and bursaries for Black and African Canadian students We offer more than $3 million in student awards, scholarships and bursaries each year - some of which are dedicated awards for Black and African Canadian students.
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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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Pilot Program to Educate More CCAs, More Quickly A new CCA program will be offered at NSCC in partnership with Shannex and the Employment Nova Scotia division of Labour, Skills and Immigration with new curriculum and a shorter program duration.
Government of Nova Scotia
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More Training, Support for Skilled Trades Professionals The Province is making it easier to become certified in skilled trades with two new initiatives: funding more training seats for high demand trades at NSCC and waiving certification exam fees for trades professionals who are experienced but not registered apprentices.
Government of Nova Scotia
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The road to culinary gold Global News visited Akerley Campus’ kitchen to catch up with Olivia Sewell (Culinary Management ’23) and her coaches as she gets ready to represent Canada this fall in cooking at WorldSkills in Lyon, France.
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