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28

Jul

2017

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.
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19

Jul

2017

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.
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28

Apr

2017

International students giving back to the Dawson Creek Community through charitable initiative

DAWSON CREEK – There was a moment in class last month when Northern Lights College instructor Amna Khaliq thought her Business Management students were going to “fire” her.

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28

Apr

2017

Northern post-secondary institutions collaborating on international educational pathways

Four post-secondary institutions in Northern B.C. are working together to make it easier for international students to transition from college to university.

 

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28

Apr

2017

Remembering our National Day of Mourning

REGION WIDE – April 28 marks a National Day of Mourning in Canada, and in many countries around the world, as a time to pay our respects to, and remember, the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness because of work-related incidents.

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