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Impact Stories

Sikorsky S-76 Helicopter
Gift of Sikorsky S-76 will boost Aviation Program Canadian Helicopters Lifeflight and EHS' gift of a retired Lifeflight medivac helicopter to NSCC's Aviation Institute is set to transform how students learn about avionics.
Juno Beals
Juno Beals: Finding Meaning in Community Juno Keizer Beals has had an interest in welding since high school. In 2018, after a ten-year career at a call center, he decided to make some changes. He joined the Irving Pathways to Shipbuilding Program and it changed his life.
Tsubaki Onishi
New hope for a newcomer's culinary dream For aspiring chef Tsubaki Onishi, the newly established Devour Diversity Scholarship was just what she needed to kickstart her dream career.
Maitland Mullen
Donors meet urgent need Urgent Aid fund at Burridge Campus helps Social Services student Maitland Mullen after 'unexpected setback.'
Disha Jaggi
Student touched by donor generosity Paralegal Services student and bursary recipient Disha Jaggi is happy to see so much financial support available to NSCC students.
Malcolm Lake
Planned gift offers second chance Malcolm Lake's parents valued education. Now a legacy gift in their memory will ensure more students have access to a transformational experience.
Pamela Reid
Former staffer brings passion to Board Education is one of Pamela Reid's life passions. That's one of the reasons the former NSCC staffer has joined the Foundation's Board of Directors.
Carl Gardner
Foodie gets bursary boost Culinary Management student Carl Gardner did a happy dance when he found out he'd received the Sobey Foundation Culinary Award.
Bee Stanton
Alumni creates Make Way artwork Bee Stanton's artwork honours supporters of Make Way, while bringing each of the campuses and their surrounding communities to life.