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Outgoing President and CEO Nick Rubidge enjoyed a long and storied career in post-secondary education and finished on a high note with Northern Lights College (NLC) last week.

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VICTORIA - Two new student grants - including expansion of the BC Loan Forgiveness Program to more occupations - will support education and training programs that lead to in-demand careers, as part of the B.C.'s Skills for Jobs Blueprint.
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FORT ST. JOHN – The provincial government continues to support the B.C. Centre of Training Excellence in Oil and Gas with one-time funding of $125,000.
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REGION WIDE - On behalf of the Northern Lights College (NLC) Board of Governors it is my great pleasure to announce that Dr. Bryn Kulmatycki will become NLC’s sixth President on April 1, 2015. The Board voted unanimously to appoint Dr. Kulmatycki after having received the endorsement of the search committee, said Karen Simpson, Chair of the Board of Governors.

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VICTORIA - Lifetime earnings figures for post-secondary graduates in British Columbia confirm that it is one of the best investments available. read more...

DAWSON CREEK – Any emergency situation can create heightened stress levels but imagine having to rappel to a victim at a high altitude to conduct a hazard assessment, tie complicated rope knots to secure the rescue equipment to remove the victim, and then utilize your knowledge of rigging systems knowing that unforeseen obstacles can force a sudden change of direction and plan.

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DAWSON CREEK – Northern Lights College Student Association members (NLCSA) concerned about the limited emergency funding available to their fellow students voted to waive their individual honorariums and redirect the funds to a Student Society Emergency Aid Fund (SSEAF).

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DAWSON CREEK – There was a heightened buzz of excitement emanating from the Northern Lights College (NLC) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering hangar on January 23, but it wasn’t from rotor blades or a jet engine firing up it was the 2015 Skills Canada Peace Region Competition that caused the stir.

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PEACE REGION - The Pulse of the Peace resource guide has been developed to provide job seekers, students, parents, career practitioners and teachers with access to information, resources and opportunities for the in-demand occupations in Northeast B.C.

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VICTORIA - The Conference Board of Canada released a report entitled, Skills for Success: Developing Skills for a Prosperous BC. This report, jointly commissioned by BC Colleges (BCC) and the BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU), highlights the occupations, credentials, and skills required by employers for a prosperous BC. This report finds that BC's skill shortages and mismatches cost the economy up to $6 billion in forgone GDP and $785 million in provincial tax revenues annually.

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FORT ST. JOHN – Interest in Northern Lights College (NLC) as the premier training facility located in hub of the province’s oil and gas activity continues to grow internationally.

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FORT ST. JOHN – The Honourable Minister Andrew Wilkinson visited Northern Lights College today to announce funding for new and upgraded trades equipment.

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DAWSON CREEK – Students from the Dawson Creek and Fort Nelson Campuses were happy to be named recipients of the Encana Aboriginal Student Awards last month.

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VICTORIA – With the start of the new year, some British Columbians may be considering a new career.
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VICTORIA – The Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society has granted a total of $917,500 to a record 310 Aboriginal students in BC to support their studies at post-secondary colleges and universities throughout the province.

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