On Thursday, April 15, 2010, about 100 members of the community came out to Cambridge Bay’s Luke Novoligak Community Hall to congratulate the 26 students who graduated from the Culinary Arts, College Foundations, Mine Industry Trades Access, Adult Basic Education and Human Services programs.
Students, staff, family and friends came out to the Nunavut Arctic College Community Learning Centre in Igloolik last week to celebrate graduation day! Photos courtesy of Maureen Doherty and Julia Crowther.
Artists and art lovers packed the Arctic College Community Learning Centre in Arviat yesterday for the first Nunavut Arctic College Arviat Community Art Competition and Crafts Sale. The community art competition was held during the annual Arviat Spring Festival.
The academic year is over for Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students and many are already hard at work with summer and permanent jobs.
Nunavut Arctic College would like to extend its congratulations to Adult Educators, Angie Kubluitok and Lena Autut on their successful completion of the Nunavut Arctic College Instructor Development Program this spring.
The Instructor Development Program is offered in partnership with the University of New Brunswick (UNB) to college instructors and adult educators at Nunavut Arctic College.
They join fellow instructors Andre Larabie, Deborah Thomas, Pamela Blake and Mora Kablalik who successfully completed the program in the fall.
Congratulations to all of you on all of your hard work!
More than 150 students, their friends and family came out for the Nunavut Arctic College Office Administration Certificate program graduation ceremony at the Mark Kalluak Community Hall in Arviat.
Avatitinnik Kamatsiarniq, the Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit principle of Environmental Stewardship, emphasizes the key relationship between people and the natural world.
Nunavut Arctic College’s Fur Production and Design, Teacher Education and Arctic Nursing students celebrated graduation with their summer convocation ceremony at the Navigator Inn Thursday, June 10, 2010.
Nunavut Environment Minister Daniel Shewchuk congratulated Fur Production and Design graduate Rosie Audlakiak of Qikiqtarjuaq in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut. Audlakiak took first place for her sealskin fashion design in this year's Fur-Re-invented national student design contest.