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.
Food insecurity is a very real concern for many in the White Mountain region. One in four households in Navajo County and one in three households in Apache County do not know where their next meal will come from.
It was the day that changed America forever. The Jake Flake Emergency Services Institute Northeast Arizona Training Center (NATC), hosted a memorial in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of the attacks and tragedy of 9/11 exactly twenty years later to the day, on Saturday, September 11, 2021.
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s), District Governing Board members, the college’s new President Dr. Chato Hazelbaker, and NPC administration and staff, joined Navajo County government and City of Show Low officials early Tuesday morning August 17 to officially break ground on the college’s newest development, a 28,820 square foot skills center at the Show Low Campus.
Imagine a cause, to which you are very dedicated, that is fraught with ongoing problems to be solved. Then imagine someone calling out of the blue and offering a wonderful, incredibly generous gift to help solve some of those problems.
The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board (DGB), recently honored long-time employees Cynthia Hutton and Peggy Belknap with the Crystal Eagle Emeritus Awards in recognition of their 18 years and 30 years respectively, of serving Northland Pioneer College (NPC) in a variety of academic and administrative roles.
The “Thin Blue Line” in Northeastern Arizona is a little stronger with the swearing in June 10th of 13 new peace officers who completed the intensive 20-week Arizona Peace Officer Standards for Training (AzPOST) training at Northland Pioneer College’s Northeastern Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy (NALETA).