The Outland Youth Employment Program has been successfully operating in Ontario since 2000 employing over 430 Indigenous Youth. This multi-year program offers a variety of natural resources based field work opportunities and hands-on learning experiences.
Northern College was pleased to celebrate with students who graduated from the Underground Hard Rock Miner Common Core program today at the Royal Canadian Legion in Wawa.
Northern College hosted a team of University of Toronto researchers who arrived at the Timmins Campus Monday. Their three-day visit was a continuation of the research on the 1.5 billion-year-old water, believed to be the world’s oldest water ever found, discovered at Glencore’s Kidd Operations.
Northern College has pledged to the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship’s (NACCE), an organization dedicated to creating economic vitality through entrepreneurship.
TIMMINS, ON: Northern College, Haileybury School of Mines has a new initiative underway; the creation of a Northern School of Hard Rock Mining, offered in partnership with Kidd Operations. One of the first programs offered […]
This plan was developed with the involvement of over 500 individuals, participating in four separate engagement opportunities.
Northern College, in collaboration with all public colleges across the province are calling for the Ontario government to make upfront investments of $30 million into market-driven research to promote industry clusters.
Applied Research is not a new phenomenon in the College system, but Northern College certainly has taken its applied research program to a new level.
Deborah Mates, the Director of the CWA Foundation, was at the Kirkland Lake campus on Monday to recognize Northern College’s third year Welding Engineering co-op student Andy Yang for his passion and academic excellence in welding.
The latest group of students from Northern College’s Surface Diamond Driller Assistant Common Core program graduated today, at a ceremony held at the Kirkland Lake Campus Auditorium.
Northern College Kirkland Lake Campus hosted a training event for staff from international mining equipment manufacturer Atlas Copco last week. 23 International Sales Technicians from across North and South America underwent surface diamond driller training at the campus.