(6 October 2014) A Tri-College Meeting took place with Minister Aglukkaq to present a Pan-Territorial Framework for Industry Training (PFIT).
Victoria Madsen, Director of Mental Health, was a guest speaker for the third year nursing students in Counselling Class at Nunatta Campus.
Dora Carbonu was fortunate enough to have John Amagoalik come and speak to the nursing students about Leadership.
The Education Programs division, Nunavut Arctic College, has taken the initiative to establish and formally structure an Information Management Team.
The Government of Nunavut has identified increasing literacy outcomes of Nunavummiut as a key priority.
In June of this year, Elizabeth Ryan graduated from the Nunavut Teacher Education Program with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina. She was promptly hired for a Teaching position at Nakasuk School, Iqaluit.
Dalhousie University’s Earth Sciences Department has embarked on an ambitious experiential learning campaign. We have substantially modified our geoscience field school program in order to prepare our students for the rigors of professional careers in the geosciences.
Jim Legge has enjoyed all that the Territory of Nunavut has to offer for the last thirteen years. He served as a Teacher in the high arctic community of Grise Fiord for a year. He was Vice Principal in Hall Beach for a year and then assumed the Principal role in Hall Beach for another five years. Following that he was a Manager of the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) for six years.
Thanks to all those that were able to make it to the Graduation Luncheon and our Graduation ceremony on May 15th.