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Five Receive Entrance Award

Five Receive Entrance Award

Five Northern Lights College students were presented with NLC Foundation Entrance Awards during a cheque presentation held in the Energy House at the Dawson Creek Campus.

Thursday, October 05, 2017/Categories: College News
Academic Dual Credit Student Excels at University

Academic Dual Credit Student Excels at University

In Winter 2013, Harriet Stanford enrolled in English 100 at Northern Lights College as a dual credit student from North Peace Secondary. With some guidance from her instructor, Dr. Greg Lainsbury, Harriet wrote an outstanding research paper, entitled Power and Paradise: Representation of Islamic Values in Architecture.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017/Categories: College News
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Northern Post-Secondary excited to showcase its uniqueness

Northern Post-Secondary excited to showcase its uniqueness

PRINCE GEORGE - Prospective post-secondary students will be impressed by the vast array of high-quality education opportunities that await them at four public institutions in Northern British Columbia and by the communities that are ready to welcome them.

Friday, September 22, 2017/Categories: College News
CRASHING COLLEGE seminars target last minute applicants

CRASHING COLLEGE seminars target last minute applicants

REGION WIDE - A student recruitment campaign aimed at those famous "last minute" Peace Region residents will ensure recent high school graduates, gap year students, and mature students get the help they need to enrol this Fall.
Friday, July 28, 2017/Categories: GeneralFinancial AssistanceCareersCollege News
Partnership aims to inspire the next generation of welders

Partnership aims to inspire the next generation of welders

DAWSON CREEK - Today Dawson Creek secondary school students celebrated the completion of a Mind over Metal welding camp, where they learned welding safety, basic welding processes and got a chance to try some arcs and sparks where their creativity took over. The students, 16 in total, ranging in age from 12-15, gathered at Northern Lights College alongside faculty, community members, representatives from CWA Foundation (CWAF) and TransCanada Corporation (TransCanada) to show off their work and celebrate this special achievement.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
Fort Nelson visit a special highlight for Northern Lights College Board

Fort Nelson visit a special highlight for Northern Lights College Board

FORT NELSON – The Northern Lights College Board experienced an action packed agenda mid-June when members attended a community consultation, a board meeting, and convocation ceremony all in a relatively short two-day time period, and after a five-hour road trip.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017/Categories: College News
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Convocation celebrated at Northern Lights College

Convocation celebrated at Northern Lights College

REGION WIDE – The educational achievements of over 600 students were celebrated with ceremonies held on Northern Lights College’s campuses last month.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017/Categories: College News
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AHCOTE student awarded Simon Fraser University Dean’s Medal for Education

AHCOTE student awarded Simon Fraser University Dean’s Medal for Education

FORT ST. JOHN – The Simon Fraser University Dean’s Undergraduate Medal for the Faculty of Education was awarded to Jennifer Wilkinson last week when she graduated with her Bachelor of General Studies. The Dean’s Medal is annually awarded by instructor recommendation, to one student whose cumulative GPA is in the top five percent of their faculty.

Monday, June 26, 2017/Categories: College News
Two former long-time area residents create award in memory of some of Dawson Creek’s finest citizens

Two former long-time area residents create award in memory of some of Dawson Creek’s finest citizens

DAWSON CREEK – In the September 2016-17 academic year Monty Bissett and Bill Lawrence contributed $5,000 to create the award in memory of Bill Testawich, Jim McPhail, Don Kirschman, Hazel Beaulieu, and Wandy Kravontka. The award amount was matched by the NLC Foundation to bring the total award amount to $10,000.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017/Categories: College News
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Northern Lights College instructors delighted to assist with restoration of historic canoe

Northern Lights College instructors delighted to assist with restoration of historic canoe

TAYLOR – Northern Lights College (NLC) Carpentry instructor Stephen Janssen and colleague Michael French from the Professional Cook program know a thing or two about canoes and classic rock after a few weeks working together on the District of Taylor’s restoration of a historically significant canoe.

Friday, May 19, 2017/Categories: College News
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