It’s not so many years ago that carpentry was an almost exclusively a male dominated trade. Women that happened to be on construction sites were generally visitors or not working directly in the trades but these days the construction trades have a new look. Although construction sites are still predominantly male, it’s not that unusual … Find Out More »
The SFIS students (Sunshine Class) have been helping the community by doing some yard work. During the month of April the students cleaned up branches and prepared flower beds at the K Residence in Huntingdon. They also picked up branches and debris at Saint Joseph’s Church.
The immense cultural diversity of the student and staff population of the NOVA Career Centre brings together people from all over the world. The Centre held a Multicultural Day to celebrate and share the cultures of all the diverse learners of our Centre. Students built kiosks to showcase the rich multiculturalism of the largest Adult & Vocational … Find Out More »
Many students have graduated from the Carpentry program over the years, but it is always a great pleasure to hear about the successes of any one of those grads. Recently we were happy to see Geordie Hottot return to the Centre to prepare for his examinations to become a Journeyman Carpenter. This means that he … Find Out More »
HAECC open house is your opportunity to come and check out all the great things that are going on. You will get to explore the centre and learn about all the great programs and services available. There is something for everyone! Plant Sale: Horticulture & Garden Centre Operations program also have their annual plant sale … Find Out More »