Started as a student, now she’s here

When Christy Bishop enrolled in NBCC’s Respiratory Therapy program in 2006, she never imagined she’d be back in the classroom as an instructor training the next generation of respiratory therapists, and helping shape how community-based healthcare is delivered in New Brunswick. “I didn’t think I had the patience to teach, and I never enjoyed public … Read more

From student, to alumna, to staff

When Naria Sales graduated from NBCC in 2021, she never expected to be back at the College less than three months later as an employee, but that’s exactly what happened. “As a former student, I am a product of NBCC, so working for the College is so exciting,” said Naria. “It’s a positive working environment … Read more

In Their Words: Alumni reflect on their NBCC experiences

Brandi Cooper, Outreach and Education Officer, Financial and Consumer Services Commission of New Brunswick Business Administration: Marketing Class of 2010 As a mature student and mother of two, I enrolled at NBCC Saint John in the Business Administration program in 2008. Looking back, I recognize it took a significant amount of support from faculty, fellow … Read more

“That’s where you find your people”: Lifelong friendship formed at NBCC sparks passion project for alumnus

When Tim Durling was roaming the halls of NBCC Woodstock Campus in the 1990s, the seeds of an idea planted themselves in the back of his mind. Now, after nearly 30 years, those seeds have sprouted, flowered, and been harvested in Unspooled…An Adventure in 8-Tracks, a new book that brings Durling’s lifelong passion for music … Read more

Donna Green: Making an impact in New Brunswick

High school trades teacher Tara McNeill of Fredericton, telecommunications engineer Mathieu Savoie of Moncton, national security analyst Johanne McInnis of Saint John, and commercial real estate advisor Donna Green of Moncton were honoured by NBCC with Alumni Recognition Awards in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, November 3. “With their many contributions to their professions and … Read more

Johanne McInnis: Making an impact in New Brunswick

High school trades teacher Tara McNeill of Fredericton, telecommunications engineer Mathieu Savoie of Moncton, national security analyst Johanne McInnis of Saint John, and commercial real estate advisor Donna Green of Moncton were honoured by NBCC with Alumni Recognition Awards in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, November 3. “With their many contributions to their professions and … Read more

Mathieu Savoie: Making an impact in New Brunswick

High school trades teacher Tara McNeill of Fredericton, telecommunications engineer Mathieu Savoie of Moncton, national security analyst Johanne McInnis of Saint John, and commercial real estate advisor Donna Green of Moncton were honoured by NBCC with Alumni Recognition Awards in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, November 3. “With their many contributions to their professions and … Read more

Tara McNeill: Making an impact in New Brunswick

High school trades teacher Tara McNeill of Fredericton, telecommunications engineer Mathieu Savoie of Moncton, national security analyst Johanne McInnis of Saint John, and commercial real estate advisor Donna Green of Moncton were honoured by NBCC with Alumni Recognition Awards in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, November 3. McNeill is also the recipient of NBCC’s prestigious … Read more

NBCC alumnus receives national leadership award

Student. Father. Volunteer. These are all titles that Ryan Corcoran, a 2020 alumnus of NBCC’s Business Administration program, wears proudly. Now he has a new title to add to the collection – Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Gold Leadership Excellence Award recipient. Corcoran was recognized by CICan for his leadership both on and off the … Read more

Lasting impact

It’s been more than a quarter century since Mike Stackhouse graduated from the Radio Broadcasting program at the Woodstock Campus of NBCC, but the impact one of his instructors made on his life and career continues – even after the instructor’s death. When Stackhouse learned last year that Wayne MacDonald, who mentored many of the … Read more

An Indigenous learner’s journey

Jonah Simon’s NBCC experience started more than a decade ago. He enrolled in the Criminal Justice: Police Foundations program at the Miramichi Campus but quickly realized he needed more time to assess his options and determine his career path. It took several years, but Simon re-enrolled in Police Foundations in 2018 and, in June 2020, … Read more