If you want to get a good idea of where the future of the music industry lies in this region, keep an eye of the talent generated by the Nova Scotia Community College’s programs at its Ivany Campus in Woodside.
Tasha Crouse is articulate, funny, outgoing. It hasn’t always been that way. In fact for years it hadn’t been that way at all. She was a homebody held back by confidence and social anxiety issues. A Grade 9 education didn’t unlock any doors and did nothing for her self worth or esteem.
Work-integrated learning is something that Don Bureaux, President of NSCC, firmly supports. As we enter what many are calling “the fourth industrial revolution” — an economy defined by data, analytics, robotics and automation — he says post-secondary institutions and the business community will need to team up to create a different talent pool.
The Cape Breton Regional Municipality is teaming up with Navigate Startup House and the Nova Scotia Community College Marconi campus to host an executive education series called Cybersecurity Intervention, which is designed for professional business operators, owners and managers.