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What happens when Inuit youth and their Elders combine traditional knowledge with new technologies? The shortest and best answer is "A whole lot of fun!"

This week, the Nanisiniq: Arviat History Project team started work converting and editing footage for their documentary film on Arviat history. In this latest video, our young Inuit researchers laughed it up with Arviat Elder Silas Illungiayuk, introducing him to the hilarious and wonderful experience of making funny faces with iPhoto.

Follow their new media adventures at: http://nanisiniq.tumblr.com/

 

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Applications are now being accepted for Nunavut Arctic College's Fall 2011 Programs at Nunatta Campus. Spaces are limited, so don't wait! Apply today!

Classes begin in September 2011! The deadline for applications to the Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students (FANS) program is July 15, 2011.

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Nunavut Arctic College has an opening for an Adult Educator at the Clyde River Community Learning Centre.

 

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We caught up with Jordan Konek, Amy Owingayak and Curtis Konek with the Nanisiniq: Arviat History Project researchers in Arviat, July 14. The three young Inuit researchers were sharing their experiences with the community-based project at the Arviat Community Learning Centre.

Learn more about the Nanisiniq Project at their web site: nanisiniq.tumblr.com

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Nunavut Arctic College is collecting gently-used children's clothing for boys and girls of all ages. Other items such as rubber boots, shoes, parkas and wind pants will gladly be accepted. Clothing donations can be dropped off to Nunavut Arctic College's Head Office in Arviat during working hours between Monday and Friday. We can also arrange to pick-up any donations in the community.

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Nunavut Arctic College celebrated the Kivalliq Campus Class of 2011 in Rankin Inlet last month. Congratulations, graduates!

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All northern graduates should have the opportunity to make their dreams come alive. Northwestel’s Northern Futures Scholarship Program can help make those dreams a reality. Every year, Northwestel awards ten scholarships worth $2,500 each, to select post-secondary, full-time students.

Five scholarships are available exclusively to Aboriginal students. The application deadline is June 30, 2011. Visit our website at nwtel.ca/SCHOLARSHIP for more information and to start your online application process.

 

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Students with Nunavut Arctic College celebrated graduation day on May 13 in Iqaluit. Our congratulations go out to the 150 students from the Baffin region who successfully completed their programs this year.

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Old phone books can be dropped off to the five schools in Iqaluit for recycling. Schools will receive cash awards depending on the number of phone books collected per student population. Nunavut Arctic College staff who wish to drop off phone books can by bringing them to the Nunatta Campus front desk. We will drop off the collection to one of the schools. Please remember -- the deadline is May 23, 2011!

Think Green.

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