Twenty-two Nunavut students were presented with Technical Professional Scholarships this year. The awards were announced in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut on March 5, 2013 by the Hon. Lorne Kusugak, Minister of Community and Government Services.
First year Environmental Technology Program (ETP) student Chantelle Masson was presented an Environmental Technology Program scholarship from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Congratulations to first-year Environmental Technology Program students David Anavilok, who was recently named as this year's recipient of the NorthMart Environmental Technology Scholarship!
Graduates of the Nunavut Arctic College Environmental Technology Program are celebrating their special day today with an appreciation luncheon at the Nunavut Research Institute.
The Nunavut Research Institute was packed for the special event with friends, family and supporters of the highly-successful two-year diploma program. A special thanks to Tom Williamson for his excellent BBQ skills!
Graduation starts at 2:00 today at the Old Residence.
On Friday, March 23 the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Federal Minister of Health, visited the Pond Inlet Community Learning Centre to meet students from the Nunavut Teacher Education; Environmental Technology and Office Administration programs. In this photo, (left to right) are: Ainsley Hunt (NTEP: Faculty Member); Reoma Pewatualuk; Natasha Mablick; Hon. Leona Aglukkaq; and Eleanore Arreak. We thank Minister Aglukkaq very much for visiting our students!
IQALUIT, Nunavut (February 23, 2012) – Adult Basic Education programs at Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) got an $11 million boost from the federal government in an announcement made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper today in Iqaluit.
Nunavut Arctic College Environmental Technology Program (ETP) instructors Michelle McEwan and Jason Carpenter will join 150 polar educators from around the world at the IPY 2012 From Knowledge to Action Conference and PolarEDUCATORS Workshop being held this April in Montreal.
The Environmental Technology Program once again partnered with Researchers to learn about how Climate Change is affecting bird species in Nunavut. New this year was a partnership with two other college programs; so that every bird could be used to its fullest potential. Up to 50 students benefited from this project, whether it was by learning how to prepare an eider skin, learning to dissect an eider, or by receiving shared meat.