Animal lovers abound at Northern College’s three-year veterinary technology wildlife rehabilitation program, the only one of its kind in Ontario. Students of this program receive field experience that allows them to work in zoos, animal rehabilitation centres and sanctuaries and wildlife parks after graduation.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation program is set in Haileybury, Ont., which features sprawling countryside views and Lake Temiskaming. Northern also has campuses in Kirkland and Timmins, as well as a satellite Trades Centre in tight-knit Moosonee, a town with fewer than 2,000 people. The Kirkland campus specializes in welding education and training, while the Timmins campus is home to the the Centre of Excellence for Trades and Technology, which is one of the province’s newest trades training facilities. The Timmins and Haileybury campuses offer suite-style student residences.
Northern has a wide range of diploma, certificate, apprenticeship, academic upgrading, and continuing education programs, as well as a collaborative bachelor of science in nursing degree in partnership with Laurentian University.
Aboriginal students can access a range of support services on campus, including academic advisers and elder guidance at all four campuses.
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