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Posted: January 10, 2017

The next NBCC Student for a Day will be on January 18th.  Students can register at www.nbcc.ca/sfad.

Posted: January 10, 2017

The next NBCC Student for a Day will be on January 18th.  Students can register at www.nbcc.nb.ca/Sfax.

Posted: January 10, 2017

The Forum for Young Canadians is a civics education program for students 15-19 years old.  This week long program brings students together in Ottawa for an intensive academic experience.  Participants get the opportunity to meet with people involved in national politics and public affairs.  Sessions begin in February.  For more infomation or for an application, see Mrs. Ward-Cain or visit www.forum.ca.  Deadline for applications is January 20, 2017.

Posted: December 9, 2016

To register, students simply need to go tio the NBCC website, click on ‘’Future students’’ and ‘’Visit Us’’. http://nbcc.ca/future-students/visit-us/student-for-a-day . Our next date will be on January 18th for all of our programs, student simply need to register (cut off will be 5 days before activity), and come on the day of! This gives them a great opportunity to talk and ask questions to our students and instructors!

Posted: November 7, 2016

We Schools is an opportunity for students to transform the way they view their place in the world.  We Schools encourages young people to challenge apathy by awakening their spirit of volunteerism.  This year New Brunswick will be holding a First s Nations WE Day at the Currie Centre, UNB campus.  This event will be held on Wednesday, November 30th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  First Nations students, both on and off reserve, in Grades 8-12 are invited to attend.  For more information, please see Mrs. Ward-Cain.  Deadline for applications is Monday, November 14th.

Posted: October 12, 2016

Posted: October 5, 2016

"Take our Kids to Work" day is on Wednesday, November 2nd this year.  Now in its 22nd year, this day provides Grade 9 students from across Canada the  opportunity to experience the world of work.  Most often, parents invite their Grade 9 student to join them at work for the day, but there are other options available as well.  Students can go to work with a relative, family friend, neighbour or local business.  All students in Grade 9 will be bringing home an information pamphlet and permission form in the upcoming weeks.  For more information on this program, visit www.thelearningpartnership.ca/TOKW or contact Mrs. Ward-Cain at the school.

Posted: October 4, 2016

SHAD Valley is an intensive STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) summer program that focusses on academic learning through lectures, workshops, labs and group projects. A typical day will include classroom time, field trips, outdoor and recreational activities. Students will be challenged to "think outside the box" and expand their understanding of science in real life situations.   Students live in residence at one of the 13 host universities across Canada.  The 2017 program will run from July 2 to July 28 and is open to students in Grades 10 to 12.  For more information or to apply, go to www.shad.ca/apply.  The deadline for applications is November 28, 2016.

Posted: September 30, 2016

Davinci College in Fredericton is offereing Boot Camps designed to explore career options in art, design, technology, health and humn studies.  This Boot Camp will be held on Friday, November 25th, from 9:00 to 4:00.  All High School aged students are invoted to attend.  For more information or for an application form, see Mrs. Ward-Cain.

Posted: September 20, 2016

 NBCC has implemented a First Qualified, First Accepted admissions process, to increase the accessibility to our over 90 programs, located at six campuses around New Brunswick.  
·         Apply now for the next available program offering!
·         Qualified applicants who apply first will be admitted first (no more ranking).
·         Grade 11 students can apply early and have their application conditionally processed based upon completion of Grade 12 AND meeting the program’s admission requirements.
·         New applications will be processed on a continuous basis for the next available program using the date and time stamped approach.
·         Applicants, who receive an offer of acceptance, less than four weeks prior to the start of the program, will have a one-time option to defer their application. This means applicants keep their original time stamp and their application is carried forward to the next academic   year for the same program/location.
·         For high-demand programs that have wait lists, qualified applicants who are waitlisted will move up the list as seats become available. 
Since April 1, 2016, we have received 567 applications from grade 11 students. We will be communicating next steps with them at the beginning of October.

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