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Niagara’s young women to engage with female influencers, explore STEM careers at trades and technology conference, March 4

On March 4, over 200 female students in grades 9 to 12 from Niagara will explore careers in STEM, the skilled trades and technology, meeting accomplished women who are making their marks in a range of traditionally male-dominated industries. The Young Women’s Career Exploration Conference is part of a decade-long effort by Niagara College, Skills Read more »

Scholarships and bursaries help quench mature student’s thirst for knowledge

Submitted by Development and Alumni Relations Tim Miller has a strong sense of school spirit. The 54 year old is one of only 12 students in Niagara College’s Artisan Distilling program, whose classroom is a sweet-smelling Teaching Distillery – the first of its kind in Canada – complete with stills, mash tuns and fermenters that […]

DistillX unveils Canada’s first non-alcoholic gin with help from Niagara College

Canada’s first non-alcoholic gin is ready to shake up the market, thanks to beverage industry pioneer DistillX Beverages Inc. – with help from Niagara College’s Research & Innovation Division. Sobrii Ø-Gin (zero gin), under the brand label Sobrii, is true to its name, with zero calories, zero sugar, zero artificial flavour and, as the marketing Read more »

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