Discover interesting and helpful articles about NSCC and your career options.
Start the new year off right and check out our 2022 program offerings.
Top 6 reasons to attend Virtual Open House, October 27-30.
Vanity Thompson is a two-time NSCC grad and nurse at the QEII's COVID-19 Unit. Learn how she gained the confidence at college to pursue her dream career.
Student Orientation kicks off the new academic year on September 7-8, 2021. You may attend in person or online depending on your program - check your NSCC email for details.
Andre Fenton is a two-time NSCC graduate, award-winning writer and youth mentor. Learn how he draws on his skills and experience to help young people find their voice and the strength to tell their stories.
We're accepting qualified applicants through September 17. View our current program openings and apply today.
We stand with residential school Survivors and their families. Make time to learn about residential schools and access supports if you need them.
Keigan MacDonald is one of the first graduates from NSCC’s new 18-week Professional Sales certificate course at Truro Campus.
Learn about our many programs to pursue a career in woodworking.
Levi Ogbaje, a 2nd-year Welding Inspection and Quality Control student at NSCC Pictou Campus, has received the 2021 Silver Award for Student Leadership Excellence from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan).
Learn how Kara Friesen launched PieceMeal Food Provisions after winning the Scotiabank Entrepreneur in the Making Program at Kingstec Campus.
Award-winning environmentalist uses NSCC education to inspire others
Our awards, scholarships and bursaries help you supplement your educational costs. Apply through our Student Awards Portal.
Top 6 reasons to attend NSCC's Virtual Open House, March 23-26.
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.
At 52, Christine MacKenzie enrolled in Welding Inspection and Quality Control at Pictou Campus, returning to the classroom after more than 30 years in the workforce. Today, she is a Certified Welding Inspector and a committed life-long learner.
Unique Jones-MacKenzie achieved a childhood dream when he became one of 20 graduates from the Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians, which concluded at the Halifax Shipyard during the global pandemic.
More than five years ago, Radio Television Journalism students at Ivany Campus began investigating a generations-old injustice in the historically-Black community of North Preston. Second-year student Matthew Byard and his fellow continue this work today.
IKEA is Atlantic Canada’s largest producer of solar energy through its rooftop panels. NSCC student, Bahram Farrokkhzad, is helping to ensure IKEA’s solar energy surplus will be used effectively.
When COVID-19 required Culinary Management students and faculty to cancel a planned NSCC International trip to the Philippines for the Culinary Cup, an international culinary competition, all was not lost. Students and faculty organized a virtual, culinary exchange that would bring the tastes of Nova Scotia to the Southeast Asian nation.