Four days of graduation celebrations at New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) this week culminated in welcoming 2,359 graduates into its robust network of more than
Daniela Buzatu never expected to be going back to college. Working, raising her family, and starting a new life in Canada kept her busy enough.
Growing up on a farm in Yarmouth, NS, Cameron Purdy gained an early understanding ofwhat it means to work hard. As he graduates from NBCC’s
Andrew Hughson has always been interested in understanding how things work. He can recall taking a broken microwave apart for fun, just to see if
A cross-country move, a switch to a more laid-back rural lifestyle, and a new career path…all in the midst of a global pandemic. Elizabeth Herd
As a young woman, Tammy Thibodeau was told to expect a life without children, but she wasn’t prepared to settle for that. She managed to
Separated from her partner – and the home-based business she had run for years – Vicky Martin found herself at a fork in the road.
A part-time gig at a yoga studio has stretched into a fulfilling career in her chosen field for a 2021 graduate of NBCC’s Business Administration:
Marketing students eager for real world experience meet a fledgling sports league getting ready to launch its first season – it’s a slam dunk of