The OASIS Show helps entrepreneurs navigate new NB economy

Being an entrepreneur takes a lot of guts at the best of times. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, entrepreneurship is more nerve-wracking than ever as small business owners navigate the uncharted territory of a rapidly changing New Brunswick economy. With financial uncertainty around every corner, entrepreneurs may feel like they’re alone in the … Read more

New app gets you out of line and into stores

Everybody’s COVID-19 experience has been different, but there’s one thing that almost all of us have become accustomed to – waiting. Every trip to the store has become an exercise in patience, one that begins before you even get to the entrance.  Waiting in line outside a store for your turn to get inside, spaced … Read more

Stepping up for communities during COVID-19 crisis

New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) has a long history of giving back to the campus communities it calls home. The College’s students, staff, and Alumni are carrying on this proud tradition of service as communities adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis. As physical distancing and widespread lay-offs bring significant hardship to society’s most … Read more

Generations meet in carpentry shop

In the carpentry shop at the Woodstock Campus of NBCC, hammers are pounding and sanders are buzzing. The smell of sawdust is thick in the air – a smell that recalls fond memories of woodshop projects of the past for a group of visiting seniors. The Woodstock Campus played host to several residents of Carleton … Read more

Indigenous food to help Indigenous learners

An Indigenous meal, prepared and served by students in the Hotel/Restaurant Management and Culinary programs at the St. Andrews campus of NBCC, raised funds for a student bursary and awareness of Indigenous culture. The fundraising dinner, held as part of NBCC’s 10th Service Day, netted $1,625 for the college’s Indigenous Student Bursary. It also provided … Read more

Building for buddies

MONCTON – When community service meets learning, that’s the NBCC Advantage. Across six campuses, NBCC seeks engaging opportunities for its learners to give back to their communities while completing their programs. At the Moncton Campus, Carpentry and Educational Assistant students recently had the opportunity to collaborate on a community project that provided both classes with … Read more

Continuing a culture of community in St. Andrews

ST. ANDREWS – At New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), giving back to the community comes as second nature to students and staff. The College has a long history of supporting the communities in which its students learn. The St. Andrews Campus was recently recognized for its community support with a Power of Collaboration Award from … Read more

Making memories for the community

03 June 2019 WOODSTOCK – New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) learners are making memories across all six Campuses this month as they prepare for graduation. At the Woodstock Campus, Practical Nurse students are also making memories for the community. A class presentation about geriatrics led Acute Care nursing student Brandy Ruff to consider the effects … Read more

Helping the planet on Service Day

At the Miramichi Campus of NBCC, Environmental Technology students are learning every day how the conservation of natural resources can heal some of the damage done to the planet by humans. Their learning is put to work in the community on Service Day, when they take part in community projects designed to improve wildlife habitats … Read more

Leading the way on Service Day

RIVERVIEW – As New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) strives to transform lives and communities, service learning has become an important part of the curriculum and culture of the College. Through the Robertson Institute for Community Leadership’s semi-annual Service Days, staff, students, alumni and Board members are giving back to their communities and learning the value … Read more