A scholarship, an internship, and a job offer. For any recent college grad, that’s the best hat trick you can score. Tally up the win
A wealth of Fredericton history that was until now locked in handwritten documents is now accessible to all, thanks to an applied research partnership between
At age 16, Killian Gouvernel’s life changed forever when he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a form of cancer that affects the body’s lymphatic system.
A cross-continental journey, a new culture, and enrolling in a full-time post-secondary program while working and raising a family is enough to overwhelm anyone …
Samantha Connors-Lebreton has always had a passion for working with children and youth, but her biggest source of inspiration throughout her NBCC journey has been
Russ Brown never predicted he would be back in the classroom after more than 23 years in the workforce, but when the COVID-19 pandemic impacted
When students and staff enter NBCC campuses, they’ll walk along a reminder of the College’s commitment to Truth and Reconciliation. As Canada marks National Indigenous
Mark Ferrish never had any intentions of pursuing leadership opportunities in the workplace. That was until he discovered NBCC’s Applied Studies programs, and everything changed.
When Juan Vargas arrived in New Brunswick for the first time, the crisp winter air was not the only thing giving him goosebumps. Originally from
Editor’s note: The following is a firsthand account of the NBCC experience by Scott Cooper, a 2022 graduate of the Process Control Technician program at
Ask any group of middle school students which they would prefer – a day in the classroom, or a day in a college chemistry lab
At NBCC, carpentry students build useful things with wood and tools. They also build with their hearts and souls, leaving a legacy of community leadership