NIC Aboriginal Education is offering Writing Support sessions for students every Wednesday from now until the end of April.
NIC tourism and hospitality event management students are celebrating culture during the month of March, as part of their NIC tourism training.
NIC is preparing to host the 9th annual Career Fair this spring — a chance for employers to connect with hundreds of skilled and enthusiastic potential employees in the region. (Employer registration is now sold out. Please contact email@example.com).
NIC’s Career Fair returns March 21, giving job seekers an opportunity to connect with over 35 employers from across the region.
NIC tourism and hospitality students are teaming up with Chef Ronald St. Pierre to present Sip & Savour Spain. The one-night culinary event pairs Spanish-inspired dishes with wine selections from 40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery.
Travel in time to the ‘20s for this evening of delicious appetizers, wines, spirits and cocktails, with live piano music.
Award-winning visual artist and author Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas will speak at NIC’s Comox Valley campus on Friday, March 29.
NIC Got Talent show is coming to the Comox Valley campus’ Stan Hagen Theatre on March 30 from 5-8 pm.
Learn how you can play a vital role in managing the information flow in hospital nursing units.
NIC students and instructors talent will be on display at the annual Metal Jewellery Design Open House April 10 at the Campbell River campus.
Be part of a dedicated team of professionals in the field of animal care.
NIC offers industry-approved skills training, nationally recognized credentials, networking opportunities, applied skills and knowledge to advance your career.