Leaders from some of North America’s top cannabis producers and companies will gather at Niagara College’s Niagara-at-the-Lake Campus to discuss the present and future of cannabis legalization in Canada and the United States, at a special panel discussion on the evening of Sept. 10.
NC’s KickSTART offers students at both campuses a sneak peek at college life to help ease their transition and prepare themselves for the first day of class. In small group settings, they have the opportunity to gain information about their academic program, an overview of student services, and details about supports and involvement options available for them. The program also includes academic group advising sessions for each area.
The next edition of the College's popular Project Brew is coming to the St. Catharines Market Square on Aug. 10, from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Backyard Beer-BQ is set to offer a refreshing summer boost to the taste buds, with 19 brews created by fourth semester Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management students that include watermelon- peach- and plum-flavoured sour beers, hazy pale ales, session IPAs and more.
Students in grades 7-11 in Niagara will get a crash course in tackling challenges in their community this Saturday, thanks to Niagara College’s entrepreneurship hub and The Educational Research & Innovation Hub (ihub). On Saturday, May 12, Niagara College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus will host a 12-hour social empowerment hackathon, led by ncTakeOff, ihub and local teachers. The event will kick off Empowerment Matters, a movement to empower students to become active citizens who are engaged in their community.
"You, your business and your customers are evolving. WELCOME TO THE BUSINESS OF AGEING." How & where will you and your business fit in the evolution of this bigger market picture? What are the possibilities - business products, human services, education, work and community? How do you better market to segments of older adult populations, upward to age 105?
Get an inside look at your future at Niagara College this Saturday. Enjoy hours of special events and information sessions, both of NC’s cutting-edge campuses, and meet the faculty and staff that make it all possible at NC’s Spring Open House, Saturday, March 24.
The All About Options Employment and Education Expo is returning to Niagara College Jan. 24-25. Students and visitors at both the Niagara-on-the-Lake and Welland Campuses will have an opportunity to meet prospective employers, and explore opportunities in full, part-time and seasonal employment.
Niagara College’s Commercial Cannabis Production program – which made international headlines when it was announced in September as the first postsecondary credential of its kind in Canada – and the region’s emerging cannabis industry will be the topics of discussion at a special event on January 25.
Staff members from the Niagara College’s Career Services department are rolling up their sleeves to help students put their best professional image forward. The College’s second annual Dress for Success clothing giveaway for students will be held January 17 and 18, at the Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake campuses, respectively. Students will have an opportunity to pick up donated professional clothing free of charge, and learn more about how to present themselves well for interviews and the workplace.
Niagara College will welcome over 1,700 students as Winter Orientation kicks off the Winter semester this Friday, Jan. 12. Introducing January-start students to college life, Orientation will kick off at the at the College’s Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campuses at 9 a.m.
The Many Hands Market is your place to buy ‘n’ DIY. Shop for handmade goods from over 50 local artisans, get crafty in quick do-it-yourself workshops and indulge in food truck flavours. The Many Hands Market is a fundraiser for the Many Hands Project, with all proceeds going to The Hope Centre and Heartland Forest.
What is it like to be an NC student? Join us and find out! Attend an academic or financial aid information session, actively tour our labe and facilities, and speak with our coordinators, faculty and staff first-hand.