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Helping someone choose a career path can be stressful. There's a lot of information to sort through. And chances are, the person you're helping will explore many options. Your support can be a big help.

To make it easier for you and your soon-to-be student, we've put together this step-by-step guide to choosing NSCC.

Step 1 Offer support

Learn how to help others make career decisions and support them along the way.

Step 2 Choose NSCC

20,000 people choose NSCC each year. Find out why.

Step 3 Explore campuses and locations

You don't need to travel far. We offer programming in 17 communities and online.

Step 4 Pick a program

Choose from 130+ career-oriented programs.

Step 5 Learn how to apply

Understand the process and details you'll need to provide.

Step 6 Explore financial support options

There are funding options, including over $2 million in scholarships, bursaries and awards.

Learn more about NSCC

As you work your way through the step-by-step guide to getting started NSCC, you can also:

Attend a webinar

We have webinars designed to answer questions from parents and supporters. View upcoming parent and supporter webinars

Connect with us

If you have questions on how you can help someone though the process of choosing an NSCC program, we’re here for you. Contact us