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Several Nunavut Arctic College staff members spent some time in the slammer this week after getting picked up by the RCMP in Rankin Inlet.

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After agreeing with the Nunavut Arctic College staff that the Career Fair would take place on May the 6th, the Centre for Work and Learning began an intensive week long communication effort to connect with potential employers/exhibitors and determine their interest in participating at the Job Fair. The goal was to attract a diverse range of companies and industries to the event, where a variety of jobs, with a focus on student jobs, would be advertised. The Nunavut Arctic College instructors were also invited to participate in the event in order to promote their programs.

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After noticing that few high school students apply for the College, the Centre for Work and Learning decided to work towards creating a stronger liaison between high school and College education.  With this in mind, the Centre for Work and Learning invited a group of grade 12 students to an Open House at the College on May the 6th from 9:00h to 12:00h.

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Students, their families and friends celebrated yesterday as 22 graduates took to the stage for Nunavut Arctic College's Kitikmeot Campus graduation ceremonies at the Luke Novoligak Community Hall.

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The First Nations Technical Institute's 22nd Annual Prior Learning Assessment Conference will be held May 31 - June 3, 2011 at the Ramada Inn, Belleville, Ontario. FNTI is an acknowledged leader in the area of PLAR and Portfolio Development in Canada and internationally.

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Nunavut Arctic College custodian Mina Adams moved from Coral Harbour to Rankin Inlet last September, while her husband Matthew is a student with the College's Pre-Apprenticeship Electrician program. She volunteers with the 3019 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, where her son David is a Cadet. Mina wanted to volunteer and be a positive role model for her children, and to support her son and husband at the same time. Thank you Mina for being a volunteer.

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April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week. The theme for this year’s National Volunteer Week is “Volunteers: Passion. Action. Impact.” It is based on the individual volunteer super-heroes across Canada who dedicate themselves to making their communities better – and Canada a great place to live.

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A delegation of Nunavut Inuit travelled from Canada’s Arctic to the South American islands of Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina last month. The three-day health conference, funded by the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO), saw indigenous representatives from some of the most northern and southern communities in the world coming together to share their knowledge.

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This year, Nunavut Arctic College welcomed Saami student Vera Eriksen to Kivalliq Campus in Rankin Inlet. She’s visiting Nunavut this year through the University of the Arctic’s North2North student exchange program.

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