In an effort to bring public discourse and attention to local topics and items of interest, Northland Pioneer College is launching a series of free public “lunch bag lectures” beginning with an opening talk by NPC’s President Mark Vest and Vice President Dr. Jessica Clark on Wednesday, September 25, from 12:10 – 12:50 p.m. in Room 110 of the Aspen Center at the Show Low campus.
Like “Lightning McQeen” did when he rolled into the town of Radiator Springs, you can “drive-in” to Northland Pioneer College’s “Cars” movie night Saturday, September 21, from 6 to 7 p.m. at NPC’s Winslow Campus, 1400 E. Third St.
Calling all artists in Navajo and Apache counties. You are invited to submit entries by September 30 for Northland Pioneer College’s 10th annual “Locally Grown” juried art exhibit, to be displayed November 4 to December 6 in the Talon Gallery on the Show Low — White Mountain Campus.
Creativity and beauty meet functionality at Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s) Talon Gallery this fall. Vessels of art created by former White Mountains resident Jessica Penrod will be on display at the Talon Gallery in the Aspen Center on the Show Low – White Mountain Campus through Oct. 18.
Taking an initiative to demonstrate the college’s ongoing commitment to a culture of student success in preparation for an upcoming accreditation review, Northland Pioneer College (NPC) recently and successfully finished the Higher Learning Commission’s (HLC’s) Persistence and Completion Academy.
Northland Pioneer College encourages community participation in the nomination of a successful and deserving NPC graduate for the college’s prestigious Fall 2019 Outstanding Alumni Award. The deadline to submit nominations is August 30.
Starting in the fall semester at Northland Pioneer College, a new online business class for small business owners and prospective small business owners will teach the fundamentals of growing entrepreneurial ventures.
Northland Pioneer College student Kylie Peck has made history for the second year in a row. She recently repeated as a national champion in SkillsUSA national competition, in the category of post-secondary employment application process.
A public-private partnership has created the Arizona Center for Student Success to assist the state's community colleges in providing the resources for traditionally under-served students to complete certificate and associate degree programs.
The seventh annual Pedal the Petrified, a non-competitive cycling tour of Petrified Forest National Park, will be Saturday, September 14, 2019, presented by NPC Friends and Family. This exclusive ride is limited to just 250 riders, sign up today.
You could be employed next spring as a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) working in a retail or hospital pharmacy if you enroll in training courses this fall at NPC’s Winslow, or Snowflake locations. NPC is now a certified training site by the Pharmacy Technician Training Board (PTCB).
The 2019 Juried NPC Student Art Exhibit concluded with an awards reception and silent auction, benefiting student scholarships, on May 3, 2019 at the Talon Gallery on the Show Low Campus. Check out the winners.
Explore the geological and paleontological diversity of Northeastern Arizona this fall as part of a unique geology course at NPC’s Show Low Campus focusing on the ecology, physiology and basic scientific methods used in researching dinosaurs.