DAWSON CREEK – Two students in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) program at Northern Lights College (NLC) were the recipients of special memorial awards.
FORT NELSON – Community-based skills training in northeast British Columbia is helping First Nations prepare for regional job opportunities, including those generated by natural gas development.
FORT ST. JOHN – Northern Lights College (NLC) and the Northern Opportunities Learning Council updated its articulation agreement on November 7, continuing a partnership that dates back to 2002.
FORT ST. JOHN - A Social Services Worker Diploma student at Northern Lights College is one of the recipients of the Ike Barber Transfer Scholarship.
REGION WIDE - For nearly a decade, donations from Spectra Energy have been benefiting students at Northern Lights College (NLC).
FORT ST. JOHN – A new speaker series presented by the College’s Women and Gender Studies Program was well received by students, faculty and community organizations.
FORT ST. JOHN - Five Northern Lights College students were presented with funding toward their education in an oil and gas-related field in October.
REGION WIDE - Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) students and faculty at Northern Lights College were delighted that Kenn Borek Air Ltd. donated a King Air 90 Series aircraft to the program on October 26.
DAWSON CREEK - Northern Lights College marked an important milestone today with the official ground breaking of a new $33-million trades training facility at its Dawson Creek campus.
REGION WIDE - The British Columbia government announced today an investment of $1.9 million in Northern Lights College for skills training in high-priority trades seats.