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Fine & Performing Arts Instructors

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RN refresher course this spring

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Were you previously an RN now considering coming out of ‘retirement’? Or maybe you are a recent transplant to our state whose license has lapsed?Northland Pioneer College is offering an RN Refresher course this spring designed to restore or establish your nursing license in Arizona. This time-intensive, eight-credit course will revive and refresh your nursing skills with a review of nursing theory, medical-surgical practices, and IV therapy and medication administration.

Libraries hosting Native American Film Festival

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In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, all nine Northland Pioneer College libraries will be showing films highlighting Native American history, culture and depiction in movies and other mainstream media.The Native American Film Festival runs Nov. 15 through 23. For a complete list of films, descriptions, dates, times and locations visit http://www.npc.edu/nativeamerican-film-festival.

Diné bahané author Paul Zolbrod

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Writer, educator and literary scholar Paul G. Zolbrod will read excerpts and discuss “Scenes from the Navajo Emergence” during Dr. Michael Lawson’s Navajo History class on Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 7 until 9:14 p.m., at Northland Pioneer College’s Winslow – Little Colorado Campus, 1400 E. Third St., in the Learning Center Symposium, room 101.

Rickey Jackson earns national certification

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Rickey Jackson, Northland Pioneer College’s director of development services, is among an elite group of adult educators to have earned the designation of Certified Manager in Program Improvement (CMPI). This national certification is the first of its kind in the adult education and literacy field.

Great Depression memories wanted

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During the entire month of October, the library at the Snowflake/Taylor – Silver Creek Campus (SCC) of Northland Pioneer College will be hosting a traveling exhibit of photographs and primary documents showing what life was like in Arizona during the Great Depression.

NPC hosts homeschool conference

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Home educators and their families are invited to the first-ever White Mountains area Homeschool Conference on Saturday, June 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Northland Pioneer College’s Performing Arts Center on the Snowflake/Taylor – Silver Creek Campus.

Springerville-Eagar Center Closure

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Because of the evacuation of the Round Valley area due to the Wallow Fire, the Springerville/Eagar Center will not be opening the week of June 13 – 16 to assist students with fall registration, advising and completing of financial aid applications as previously announced.Students should contact other NPC locations for assistance.The campuses in Show Low and Snowflake/Taylor are open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Digital scrapbooking class uses Internet

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Northland Pioneer College will be utilizing an Internet-based meeting space, Adobe Connect, to offer a “Digital Scrapbooking through Storybooking” noncredit workshop on Tuesday evenings, April 19 through May 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. (MST). There is a $40 fee for the class.

Digital scrapbooking class

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Class is being re-scheduled for April 19 – May 10, 7 to 9 p.m.Northland Pioneer College will be utilizing an Internet-based meeting space, Adobe Connect, to offer a “Digital Scrapbooking through Storybooking” noncredit workshop on Saturday, April 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (MDT) or 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Arizona MST). There is a $25 fee for the class.Adobe Connect allows anyone with a high-speed Internet connection, and the necessary login information, to participate in the workshop.

Audit finds NPC is good financial steward

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Cost containment initiatives over the past two years resulted in a 9 percent reduction in operating expenses for Northland Pioneer College during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2010, according to an audit reviewed by the college’s governing board during a Feb. 15 meeting in Holbrook. Those savings are helping to offset some of the cuts in state operating aid.