Nova Scotia Community College's Blended Programs Merge Flexibility of Online Classes With Face-to-Face Learning

Denika Coakley followed her passion from nursing to carpentry, and built an award-winning brand, business and Instagram following
As she prepared to start a four-year nursing degree, Denika Coakley, owner of DC Woodworks, quickly realized she wasn't cut out for a long career in the medical sector.

ICT Northumberland College Massage Therapy: Supporting and Granting Each Other Strength

Massage therapy is a way to be part of something bigger in healthcare
With the growing need for additional health-care practitioners, Valerie Broadnax knew she wanted be a part of something bigger in the health system, and to provide a well-rounded and natural approach to the wellness industry.

Dalhousie University's Master of Resource and Environmental Management program: Come As You Are

All kinds of educational backgrounds are welcomed into Dal's Master of Resource and Environment Management program
The Master of Resource and Environmental Management (MREM) at Dalhousie's School for Resource and Environmental Studies is a unique program, with a history of offering a transformative experience that allows students from almost any undergraduate to pursue a career unrelated to anything they would have considered before they started.

Atlantic School of Theology: Being Ready to Accept the Call

AST is the sort of welcoming place where it’s never too late to follow your dreams
Typically to be accepted into the Master of Divinity program at the Atlantic School of Theology, you must have an undergraduate degree; Dawn-Lea Greer was accepted with an equivalency.

Dalhousie University Rowe School of Business: Opening the Doors of Opportunity

Setting students up for life-long success through a combined Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor degree
Charlotte Henderson never considered herself a lawyer or business person.

Dalhousie University's Faculty of Science SURGE Innovation Program: Broadening the Scope of Sciences

Setting students up with transferrable skills that are applicable to most fields of work
Gracious Kasheke first heard of the Science Unleashed: Research Growing the Economy (SURGE) Innovation program at Dalhousie when program head Dr. Aaron Newman came in to discuss it with his statistics in neuroscience class.

Nova Scotia College of Art and Design's Master of Arts in Art Education: Connecting Art and Teaching Practices with Social Responsibility

Where students take chances on their ideas to create opportunities that benefit their communities
Since working as a naturalist interpreter at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Kayla Rudderham has discovered an interest in creatively educating her community.

Dexter Institute Heavy Equipment Operator Program: Placing Students in the Driver's Seat of Their Careers

How hands-on training guarenteed a kick-start to Kelsey MacRae's heavy-equpiment operating career
Kelsey MacRae grew up playing in the dirt and having a strong interest in cars and trucks.

University of Prince Edward Island: Breaking Ground in Climate Change Education

UPEI offers the only Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Climate Change and Adaptation in the world
I remember the first time I visited Greenwich in Prince Edward Island National Park," says Dr. Adam Fenech, director of the UPEI Climate Lab and interim associate dean of science for climate change and adaptation.

Networking 101

It’s what you know, and who you know
W e've all heard the saying: "It's who you know in the job market."

Acadia University's Community Development program: Nurturing Ideas That Bring Impact

How community development encourages students to think outside the box and implement true change in their world
Jessica Wall had originally enrolled in a nutrition program with the goal of becoming a dietician.

Dalhousie University's Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences: Opportunities Around Every Corner

A degree in the arts has never been more valuable than right now
Sarah Dobson had always been interested in politics and political science.

Eight Jobs That Aren’t Just Trends— They’re the Future

Jobs that are guaranteed to be hiring for the next five-to-six years
Let's face it, you don't want a job that you can only count on for a year.

Key Skills that Will Result in Success in Any New Work Environment

What graduates should focus on when applying for or starting their new job
Graduation days are fast approaching, or maybe they've already passed you by.

Saint Mary’s University: Developing the Practical Skills to Work in the Technology Industry

The complexity of information in today’s society drives the need for graduates with a Master of Science in Computing & Data Analytics
With two science-related degrees already under her belt, Jessica Campbell became aware of how important data analytics and machine learning have become in all fields of industry and research.

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