Martia A. Smith was a gifted artist who worked in the mediums of ceramics and glass. Northland Pioneer College (NPC) was fortunate to have her as an adjunct faculty in the art department, where she shared her passion and talents with NPC students.
SHOW LOW — The thoughtful, creative talent of local artists from throughout Navajo and Apache counties is evidenced in the works currently on display at Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Talon Gallery’s Locally Grown 2022 exhibition.
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Performing Arts Department is conducting online auditions for the college’s virtual spring theatre festival series on Tuesday, January 11, and Thursday, January 13, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. using Zoom.
NPC Friends and Family (NPCFF), the nonprofit that supports the students of Northland Pioneer College (NPC), awarded thirty-six scholarships totaling $30,727 to twenty-five unique students for the spring 2022 semester.
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Alpha Gamma Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society of two-year college students, welcomed 29 new members during a virtual induction ceremony, Friday, November 12, 2021.
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Small Business Development Center (SBDC) brought home the Arizona Association for Economic Development’s (AAED) top statewide honor with the “Best of Arizona” award at the association’s annual conference held in Flagstaff on October 28, 2021.
The Navajo County Community College District (dba Northland Pioneer College or NPC) has once again been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
Celena Ambrose, a graduate of Northland Pioneer College (NPC), and current early childhood educator with Holbrook AZ’s Headstart, was recently named as one of only eleven PBS Kids Early Learning Champions nationwide.
Increase your self-defense skills through a new one-day noncredit class at Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s), White Mountain Campus in Show Low. The class will be held on Saturday, November 6 in NPC’s Aspen Center room 111.
Calling all artists in Navajo and Apache counties. You are invited to submit entries for Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s), 12th annual Locally Grown juried art exhibit, on display January 24 through February 18 at the Show Low campus’s Talon Gallery and virtually at www.npc.edu/TalonGallery. Application materials and entries are due by December 3.
Do you enjoy working with children? Have a knack for teaching others and a desire to help improve the world? You can start now by enrolling in a new two-day course for substitute teachers through Northland Pioneer College, (NPC).
An alumni par excellence, Emily Sharp, graduated in 2010 with her degree as a registered nurse from Northland Pioneer College, (NPC). Sharp came to the NPC with two years of military experience in the Air Force, a young daughter, and a burning desire to be the best registered nurse she could.
A sign in the lobby of Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s) cosmetology center says: Dare to be Remarkable! Walk in and you will experience the buzz and energy of students and their instructors, not to mention clients, who are receiving hair and scalp treatments, coloring and facials, chemical texturing such as perms and wraps, and nail care.
Having faced the real-world reality check many of us experience, former Northland Pioneer College (NPC), student Paula Fish realized that she needed more education and training to support herself and her children.
Shasta Krueger, a ceramic artist currently living, creating and teaching in Salt Lake City, Utah, is inviting the NPC community and members of the general public to collaborate with her on an installation artwork for Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s), Talon Gallery.
Recently, Arizona’s Small Business Development Center (AZSBDC) presented Northland Pioneer College (NPC), Small Business Development Center Director Rich Chanick, with the agency’s esteemed “Spirit of Excellence” award, the first of its kind.