It was a sweet homecoming for Arviat Early Childhood Education graduates Veronica Muckpah and Cecilia Gibbons. Surrounded by friends and family, both received their Early Childhood Education certificates during their graduation ceremony at the Arviat Community Learning Centre, April 21!
Congratulations to Veronica and Cecillia and the best of luck to both of you in everything you do!
This program is designed to train students to work with children from infancy to the age of six. Emphasis is placed on the preschool years. It offers a balance between the classroom discussion, lectures, practical training and many opportunities to develop teaching materials and guidance skills.
If you are interested in the Early Childhood Education program at Nunavut Arctic College? Contact the Registrar’s office at 1-866-979-7222.
This year’s first-year field camp for Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students was a solid – but chilly - success.
Three winning designs from the Arctic College Fur Production & Design Program will be featured at this year’s North American Fur and Fashion Exposition in Montreal (NAFFEM), from May 3-5, 2009.
Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) in partnership with the Municipal Training Organization (MTO) is requesting Expressions of Interest for the delivery of a number of college level credit courses that will help increase the knowledge, skills and job competence of municipal employees and Nunavummiut.
When she’s not working as the College’s residence manager and student counsellor, 2Lt Dorothy Atuat Tootoo of Rankin Inlet volunteers her time with the Royal Canadian Army Cadets in her home community of Rankin Inlet.
The 2007-2008 Annual Reports for Nunavut Arctic College are available in the following lanuages:
Nunavut's Premier, the Hon. Eva Aariak congratulates Nunavut Arctic College graduates in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut.
In 1873, Lord Dufferin created the Governor General’s Academic Medals to encourage academic excellence across the nation. Over the years, they have become the most prestigious award that students in Canadian schools can receive.
On July 1, 21 Inuit educational leaders from across Nunavut will graduate with a Master of Education Leadership in Learning degree. Mr. Speaker, this is a truly momentous occasion; one that these graduates have dedicated their careers to achieving.