College News

Filling Bowls – Fighting Food Insecurity

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A cup of soup and a single slice of bread. For many in our communities facing food insecurity that’s their daily meal.

Basic pistol class

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SHOW LOW — Basic gun safety training required to obtain a concealed weapon permit is being offered on Saturday, November 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Northland Pioneer College’s Holbrook – Painted Desert Campus. There is a $75 fee, which includes the required fingerprint card at no additional charge.

9 to 5 The Musical

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SNOWFLAKE — Join Violet, Judy and Doralee as they live out their wildest fantasy – getting revenge on their sexist, egotistical, lying and hypocritical bigot boss Mr. Hart – as Northland Pioneer College’s Performing Arts Department presents 9 to 5 The Musical in five November performances at the Performing Arts Center on the Snowflake/Taylor – Silver Creek Campus, 1611 S. Main.

Board approves transition team

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A team of seven Northland Pioneer College employees from various locations and divisions will serve on a team to assist in the transition to a new president following the retirement of Dr. Jeanne Swarthout in June 2018. The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board approved the team members during its regular monthly meeting, October 17, in Holbrook.

Cosmetology, Nail Tech openings

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Start training for your new career as a cosmetologist or nail technician weekdays this spring at Northland Pioneer College locations in Show Low, Winslow or St. Johns.“This spring, we have openings in our Introduction to Cosmetology course at all three locations, and in our Nail Technician program in Show Low,” said Chloe Reidhead, chair of the cosmetology program. “Enrollment information, including state-mandated required documentation, is available at all three cosmetology centers, or from NPC academic advisers.

Ron Goulet Publishes 10 Books of Poetry

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By Dennis Durband, NPC Staff WriterSHOW LOW — As a compilation of the poetry he’s written over the last 30 years, Northland Pioneer College Emeritus Professor Ron Goulet recently published 10 books on Amazon Kindle. A self-described “Picasso of poetry,” Goulet spent the past two years organizing and editing the 10 books and also published them through his own company, Goulet-Hart. 

NALETA Recruit Sanchez honored

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Navajo County Sheriff K.C. Clark, right, presents a Meritorious Service Award to NPC's Northeastern Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy (NALETA) Recruit Krystopher Sanchez for his actions at the scene of a fatal train-vehicle accident at the S.R. 77 crossing in Holbrook on Sunday, August 20.

EagleFest highlights NPC programs

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HOLBROOK —  Interactive booths and demonstrations will spotlight Northland Pioneer College programs, offerings and student activities during EagleFest on Saturday, October 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Holbrook – Painted Desert Campus, 2251 E. Navajo Blvd. This is a free event, with fun activities for the whole family, plus live music and free food.

Nursing and Allied Health Career & Education Fairs

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Northland Pioneer College’s Career Services and ARIZONA@WORK – Northeastern Arizona Innovative Workforce Solutions are hosting Nursing and Allied Health Career & Education Fairs on Tuesday, October 24, at NPC's Winslow – Little Colorado Campus, and Wednesday, October 25, at NPC’s Show Low – White Mountain Campus, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs.

Self Defense for Women

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SHOW LOW — Women can increase their awareness of personal safety and build self confidence in their ability to defend themselves by participating in a Self Defense for Women noncredit workshop at Northland Pioneer College’s Show Low – White Mountain Campus, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs, on Friday, October 20, from 4 to 7 p.m., in the Learning Center, room 108. There is a $20 fee for the workshop (reference STC 099x 53).

Board adopts new mission, vision, values statements

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Emphasizing Northland Pioneer College’s learner-centered environment, revised mission, vision and values statements were approved by the Navajo County Community College District Governing Board during their regular monthly meeting on September 19.