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Community Connection: Nova Scotia and Syria Refugees

community connection: The College is enhancing these relationships through Make Way The Campaign for NSCC. The goal is to raise 25 million through the generosity of donors and partners, which will support student success across the province, according to The Chronicle Herald. These connections are on full view at Akerley Campus in Dartmouth, where programs range from culinary and tourism, to metal fabrication, to heavy duty equipment repair. They are intrinsically connected to communities, local businesses and service organizations and industries that hire their graduates. One community connection at the campus was inspired by the arrival in recent years of Syria refugees to Nova Scotia. He reached out to the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia ISANS for advice. Gord Mac Kenzie, Academic Chair for Trades and Technology, wondered what the campus could do to welcome and support them. ( As reported in the news.