As we seek to find the right name for our future, are there stories you want to share with us? What has NEC meant to you? What are your hopes for our future?
All NEC graduates are prepared to find professions related to their field of study and build network connections
During your studies, NEC offers various resources and workshops which will benefit your learning process.
NEC provides a culturally appropriate and supportive learning environment for Indigenous learners. Average class size of 15 students.
We work to build the Nations of Tomorrow. For over 55 years, NEC has provided quality education and a safe place for Indigenous learners.
We work with Indigenous Nations and communities across B.C., by providing culturally appropriate programming that supports individuals in their spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental well-being while attending school.
Indigenous learners realize their potential with our Certificate and Diploma programs which lead toward high-demand careers. Students achieve success through learning practical skills with a hands-on approach
Indigenous learners are our top priority. We seek resources and opportunities for scholarships and bursaries to finance the learning journey for students in need.
Indigenous Peoples need a supportive and safe place. NEC offers food, wellness and counseling programs, in addition to all student resources.
We run a private Indigenous school based on holistic education with an indigenous perspective. Our small groups are designed for students to explore their potential.
NEC provides around 100 jobs per year, many of our staff are alumni, but we also welcome multicultural knowledge to work for the same mission