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Indigenous Students

Indigenous Students


P’jilasi / Kulasihkulpon / Welcome!

Do you have a dream for yourself, your family and your community? Where do you dream your educational journey will take you? At NBCC, we believe in helping you achieve your potential.

Learners come to NBCC confident they’ll get the skills and education they need for the workforce. Our diverse learning experiences not only offer an edge in the workplace, they position learners for greater impact in their communities and beyond. Through the NBCC Advantage, we create a sense of belonging through life-changing and life-long connections.

NBCC promotes Indigenous student success by welcoming diversity and knowledge from surrounding First Nation communities and Indigenous people, including Elders.  No matter which NBCC location you choose to attend and achieve your potential, we’re certain you'll enjoy a culturally rich environment where you can develop invaluable skills that contribute to the growth of your community.

You'll receive hands-on training from excellent instructors who give you the opportunity to build your future in a supportive environment. Throughout the year, special events that embrace, encourage and support the Indigenous community are held.

Come and experience the spirit behind each one.... explore what NBCC has to offer!

First Nation Community Visits & Information Sessions

If you would like to speak with someone directly about NBCC, check out the schedule below where you can find our Indigenous Recruitment Advisor.

DateTimeEventLocation
Oct 2, 201911:00 am Miramichi Valley High School
Oct 2, 20191:00 pm North and South Esk Regional High School
Oct 2, 20193:00 pm - 7:00 pmCommunity VisitRedbank First Nation
Oct 15, 201911:00 am Sugarloaf High School
Oct 15, 20191:00 pm - 4:00 pmCommunity VisitListuguj First Nation
Oct 16, 20191:00 pm Dalhousie High School
Oct 16, 20193:00 pm - 7:00 pmCommunity VisitEel River Bar First Nation
Oct 22, 201911:00 am Southern Victoria High School
Oct 22, 20193:30 pm - 7:00 pmCommunity VisitTobique First Nation
Oct 23, 201910:30 amInformation SessionTobique Employment and Training
Oct 24, 201911:00 am
Woodstock High School
Oct 24, 20193:00 pm - 7:00 pmCommunity VisitWoodstock First Nation

If you are unable to speak to Katie at the times listed, please feel free to contact her when she is in your area to set up a time and she will do her best to accommodate.

Contact Us

Katie Augustine
Katie Augustine
Indigenous Recruitment Advisor
Indigenous Student Advisors
Indigenous Student Advisor Team

NBCC wishes to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Wabanaki People (People of the Dawn) on which our campus locations sit. The Wabanaki include Mi’kmaq, Wolastoqey, Passamquoddy, Abenaki and Penobscot.