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Desiree Lawson, MaPP Implementation Coordinator, Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance with a geoduck. Photo courtesy North Island College

Central Coast First Nations partner with North Island College on geoduck aquaculture pilot

New research partnership looking at geoducks as new aquaculture sector

 

NIC international student Casey Caldwell has found success in NIC’s supportive community. Photo supplied

International student credits North Island College supports for success

International student Casey Caldwell is preparing for the next phase of her…

  • Jun 30, 2022

 

NIC alumna Milena Restan bioprints on a BioX printer at the Willerth Laboratory in Victoria. photo supplied

North Island College alum on cutting edge of bio-medical research

North Island College alum Milena Restan is combining her love of medicine…

  • Jun 27, 2022

 

North Island College held its 2022 graduation ceremony Friday at the Sid Williams Theatre. Scott Stanfield photo

North Island College graduation ceremony returns to live format

North Island College’s Comox Valley Campus held its 2022 graduation ceremony Friday…

  • Jun 24, 2022
North Island College held its 2022 graduation ceremony Friday at the Sid Williams Theatre. Scott Stanfield photo
Students and employees from NIC and Kapiʻolani Community College gather in Honolulu to celebrate the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two colleges. Submitted photo

North Island College connects with Hawaii schools

Agreements on tuition and cultural exchange hammered out

Students and employees from NIC and Kapiʻolani Community College gather in Honolulu to celebrate the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two colleges. Submitted photo
North Island College fine arts student Kat Cearns’s oil painting on canvas,<em> I Wish I Knew,</em> will be on display at the Art Event, along with a diverse range of work from students in all of the fine art disciplines. Admission is free and everyone is invited; all ages are welcome.

North Island College hosting fine arts studio tours and art event

The North Island College’s School of Fine Art + Design welcomes the…

North Island College fine arts student Kat Cearns’s oil painting on canvas,<em> I Wish I Knew,</em> will be on display at the Art Event, along with a diverse range of work from students in all of the fine art disciplines. Admission is free and everyone is invited; all ages are welcome.
Chef Tina Tang currently works at a winery in Kelowna, but got her education at North Island College. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror

B.C. chefs use Vancouver Island feast to prep to take on the for Culinary World Cup

North Island College hosts fundraiser/trial run for November competition

Chef Tina Tang currently works at a winery in Kelowna, but got her education at North Island College. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror
Fanny: The Right to Rock will be shown at the Stan Hagen Theatre on Friday, March 18 at 7 p.m.

‘Fanny: The Right to Rock’ to screen at North Island College

The ‘opening night’ film of the 31st World Community Film Festival was…

Fanny: The Right to Rock will be shown at the Stan Hagen Theatre on Friday, March 18 at 7 p.m.
Radial 31 by Canadian visual artist Laura Payne. Payne will be the next speaker in NIC’s Artist Talk Series. The online event takes place Thursday, March 17 from 6-7 p.m. Tickets are free and all are welcome to attend. Photo supplied

Next North Island College Artist Talk explores where abstraction becomes reality

North Island College’s School of Fine Arts and DIGITAL Design + Development…

Radial 31 by Canadian visual artist Laura Payne. Payne will be the next speaker in NIC’s Artist Talk Series. The online event takes place Thursday, March 17 from 6-7 p.m. Tickets are free and all are welcome to attend. Photo supplied
Video still from Meniscus by Genevieve Robertson, 2021. Robertson and the other members of the Fathom Sounds Collective will speak at the next Artist Talk event, Thursday, March 3 from 6-7 pm. Tickets are free and can be reserved at nicart.tickit.ca

North Island College’s Artist Talk speakers explore relationships with water

North Island College’s School of Fine Arts and DIGITAL Design + Development…

Video still from Meniscus by Genevieve Robertson, 2021. Robertson and the other members of the Fathom Sounds Collective will speak at the next Artist Talk event, Thursday, March 3 from 6-7 pm. Tickets are free and can be reserved at nicart.tickit.ca
The Comox Valley campus of North Island College. (File photo)

North Island College connects students with employment opportunities in 2022

North Island College’s Work-Integrated Learning team is launching a new campaign to…

  • Feb 9, 2022
The Comox Valley campus of North Island College. (File photo)
Danny Ramadan is a featured guest speaker at the 2022 North Island Writers Conference. Photo submitted

North Island Writers Conference returns in virtual format for 2022

The 2022 North Island Writers Conference features a roster of high-profile writers,…

Danny Ramadan is a featured guest speaker at the 2022 North Island Writers Conference. Photo submitted
Diane Naugler, executive director of the NIC Foundation receives $30,000 from NISU staff members Emma Warren, campus and community relations and Carissa Wilson, executive director. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

North Island Students’ Union donates $30,000 for NIC student bursaries

Donation is in recognition of NISU’s 30th anniversary

Diane Naugler, executive director of the NIC Foundation receives $30,000 from NISU staff members Emma Warren, campus and community relations and Carissa Wilson, executive director. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)
NIC is celebrating Thrive Month throughout October with a range of activities to support mental health and well-being. Photo by Kim Stallknecht

North Island College Thrive Month supports student mental health

Thrive Month is taking place at North Island College through the month…

NIC is celebrating Thrive Month throughout October with a range of activities to support mental health and well-being. Photo by Kim Stallknecht
North Island College’s new Computer Information Systems certificate begins this fall. Learn more at www.nic.bc.ca/stem. Photo supplied

North Island College expanding access to computer information systems certificate

North island College’s computer information systems certificate is launching this fall with…

  • Aug 10, 2021
North Island College’s new Computer Information Systems certificate begins this fall. Learn more at www.nic.bc.ca/stem. Photo supplied
Practical nursing student Desmond Rutherford learns about the proper care and assessment of an IV with a patient simulator in NIC’s Practical Nursing labs. Photo supplied

North Island College launches Access to Practical Nursing program

North Island College is introducing a new program to help health care…

Practical nursing student Desmond Rutherford learns about the proper care and assessment of an IV with a patient simulator in NIC’s Practical Nursing labs. Photo supplied
North Island College early childhood care and education certificate student Kelsey Kryzanowski at the Beaufort Children’s Centre at NIC’s Comox Valley campus. Photo supplied

North Island College offers early childhood care and education certificate

North Island College early childhood care and education certificate students are preparing…

North Island College early childhood care and education certificate student Kelsey Kryzanowski at the Beaufort Children’s Centre at NIC’s Comox Valley campus. Photo supplied
RBC presents $80,000 cheque to North Island College. From left to right: Kathleen Kuhnert, NIC vice-president, Students & Community Engagement; Rick Eigler, RBC branch manager, Comox Valley; Kelly Bissell, RBC regional vice-president; Kelly Shopland, NIC executive director Indigenous Education; Aubrey Lively, RBC assistant branch manager; and Katharina Schulte-Bisping, RBC assistant branch manager.

RBC gives $80,000 to support Indigenous students at North Island College

Indigenous students at North Island College will be able to access expanded…

RBC presents $80,000 cheque to North Island College. From left to right: Kathleen Kuhnert, NIC vice-president, Students & Community Engagement; Rick Eigler, RBC branch manager, Comox Valley; Kelly Bissell, RBC regional vice-president; Kelly Shopland, NIC executive director Indigenous Education; Aubrey Lively, RBC assistant branch manager; and Katharina Schulte-Bisping, RBC assistant branch manager.
North Island College graduates gathered at the Campbell River campus in early June to have their photo taken in their regalia. The photos are part of the virtual grad celebration, which is now live online. Photo supplied

North Island College launches Virtual Grad 2021

COVID-19 restrictions force second virtual graduation at NIC

North Island College graduates gathered at the Campbell River campus in early June to have their photo taken in their regalia. The photos are part of the virtual grad celebration, which is now live online. Photo supplied