Explore the “World of… Sprouts, Gourmet Greens, Onions and Garlic” in four separate noncredit courses led by local gardening guru Kim Howell-Costion at NPC’s Snowflake campus, 1611 S. Main St., this spring.
The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board authorized employing a construction manager, and assistant, to oversee the planning, design and construction of new facilities and the repair and renovation of existing facilities on the Show Low – White Mountain Campus during its regular monthly meeting, November 20, in Holbrook.
NPC Friends and Family, the non-profit foundation that supports Northland Pioneer College, has over $13,000 available in scholarship funding to assist students enrolling at NPC for the spring 2019 semester.
When not in the classroom, Northland Pioneer College faculty members are making presentations at national conferences, demonstrating artistic talents, judging county fair entries, and winning sporting events.
Federal, state and regional employers will be attending three free Seasonal Career Fairs, sponsored by Northland Pioneer College’s Career Services, in Holbrook, St. Johns and Snowflake. The fairs are open to community members, alumni and current students.
During the board’s regular monthly meeting August 21, David Huish, NPC’s director of facilities, provided an overview of where additional facilities could be constructed on the nearly 24-acre Show Low campus.
Professional pianist and music director Craig Coffman will share the techniques and tricks used by professional piano and guitar players during noncredit chords are key “instant” piano and guitar for busy adults and teens workshops at NPC’s Snowflake/Taylor Campus on Saturday, September 8.
Finding a job in the 21st Century requires a different set of tools. Get help preparing your toolbox with FREE Career Readiness Workshops at the St. Johns Public Library and the NPC campuses in Holbrook and Snowflake/Taylor.
Artists from Navajo and Apache counties are invited to submit entries by October 1 for Northland Pioneer College’s ninth “Locally Grown” art exhibit, to be displayed October 29 to November 30 in the Talon Gallery on the Show Low Campus.
Learn the hand, foot and body movements of traditional hula dances in Interpretive Modern Hula classes on Fridays, September 14 to December 7, from 4:15 to 5:15, at NPC’s Snowflake/Taylor Campus There is a $45 fee for the noncredit class, which is open to anyone 13 and older.