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NC launches new website seamlessly connecting Niagara job-seekers and employers

Job-seekers and employers across Niagara have a new way to connect, thanks to Niagara College’s new Employment and Training Solutions website, launched today.

The new site, available at niagaracollege.ca/ets offers an easy-to-use job postings board, open to anyone in the community seeking employment. Users can browse current job opportunities and apply for positions directly through the site, without having to create a profile.

Job-seekers can also find and connect with upcoming job fairs across Niagara, as well as training programs and services offered through the College’s Employment and Training Solutions office, located in downtown St. Catharines.

The site offers new functionality for local employers, who can submit job openings and learn about financial support programs that will help offset the costs of hiring and training.  Other services available to employers include assistance in matching unemployed clients to job vacancies, resume screenings, recruiting events and utilizing interview space.

“Our goal was to help job-seekers across the Niagara community to connect with employers as easily and seamlessly as possible,” said Clara Fisher, Manager of Employment and Training Solutions at Niagara College. “The new site mirrors much of the work we do in-person with job-seekers, and allows those who can’t make it to our office in St. Catharines quick access to many of the same employment supports and resources.”

Funded through Employment Ontario, the office provides walk-in support for job-seekers and employers, including computer access, online and printed resources; training programs and workshops focused on increasing job search and employability skills.  

Job-seekers and employers can visit the new site today at niagaracollege.ca/ets.

The Employment and Training Solutions office is open to all Niagara job-seekers at 1 St. Paul Street in St. Catharines, Monday – Friday, from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Extended hours on Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

 

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Korchok

Communications/Media Advisor

Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430

Cell: 905 329-1642

akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

 

Michael Wales

Manager, Communications                                                                                                                                          

Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773

Cell: 905.328.4101

mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Niagara College helps students Dress for Success

Niagara College Career Services staff members Monique Morin, Dana Brown and Marsha Fiorino collect donations in preparation for the Dress for Success clothing giveaway for students.

Staff members from the Niagara College’s Career Services department are rolling up their sleeves to help students put their best professional image forward.

The College’s second annual Dress for Success clothing giveaway for students will be held January 17 and 18, at the Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake campuses, respectively. Students will have an opportunity to pick up donated professional clothing free of charge, and learn more about how to present themselves well for interviews and the workplace.

For weeks, Careers Services staff members have been collecting clothing donations from the college community. Staff and faculty have been donating items from suits and dresses, to casual basics, shoes and accessories, in an effort to help students look professional for job interviews or networking opportunities in various industries.

“One of the key messages we will be sharing with students is that looking professional and put-together is vital when applying for jobs and – like a polished resume – can help them stand out from the crowd,” said NC career consultant Monique Morin. “For many students struggling with financial challenges, purchasing new clothing is not an option; this event is designed to help them present themselves well without straining their finances.”

The Dress for Success clothing giveaway for students is being held at the Welland Campus on January 17 and at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on January 18. 

The initiative was planned to help students prepare for Niagara College’s All About Options Employment Expo – the College’s largest career event of the year – which will be held at the Welland Campus on January 24 and the NOTL Campus on January 25. At the employment expo, students will have a chance to meet with more than 50 exhibiting employers to find job opportunities and co-op placements. For event details visit http://allaboutoptions.niagaracollege.ca/

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Dress for Success clothing giveaway for students

 

Welland Campus:

 January 17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Applied Health Institute Foyer

 

NOTL Campus:

January 18, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., SAC Activity Room

 

Media inquiries, please contact:

 

Andrew Korchok

Communications/Media Advisor

Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430

Cell: 905 329-1642

akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

 

Michael Wales

Manager, Communications 

Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773

Cell: 905.328.4101

mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Warm welcome for new students at NC’s Winter Orientation Jan. 12

Niagara College will welcome over 1,700 students as Winter Orientation kicks off the Winter semester this Friday, Jan. 12.

Introducing January-start students to college life, Orientation will kick off at the at the College’s Welland and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campuses at 9 a.m.

Campus tours will be available at the Infodesk of both campuses from 9:30 – 10 a.m., and 11:30 – noon.

Students can also visit the Student Services Fair at the Welland Campus (Learning Commons) and the NOTL Campus (Student Commons) from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m to learn more about the many services offered to students on and off-campus.

Program information sessions offer students opportunities to find out more about their academic programs, get a head-start on the curriculum, and meet faculty and their peers. They will be held both campuses from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Co-op information sessions will take place from 11:30 a.m. – noon, and Blackboard tutorials – to learn how to navigate the college’s portal for grades, fees, admissions and timetables – will be available at both campuses from 1-1:30 p.m. Visit orientation.niagaracollege.ca/schedule for times, locations and more details.

Students can also enjoy live music and free lunch at both campuses from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Additional activities will be held following Orientation Day, including pub nights, karaoke and more, organized by Niagara College’s Student Administrative Council.

The College’s International Division will present additional activities as part of International Student Orientation from January 11-13 including, information sessions, fairs and a visit and tour of Niagara Falls.

For a complete list of events, times and locations visit: http://orientation.niagaracollege.ca/

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

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Media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Korchok

Communications/Media Advisor

Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430

Cell: 905 329-1642

akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

 

Michael Wales

Manager, Communications 

Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773

Cell: 905.328.4101

mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Niagara College Fitness Program offering free personal training to the community

Students from Niagara College’s Fitness and Health Promotion program are ready to help approximately 100 individuals achieve their personal fitness goals this year.

The college program, based at the Welland Campus, is now accepting applications from community residents who are willing to commit to fitness assessments and weekly personal training sessions from February to April 2018.

Those who are accepted as clients will work with a second-year student from the college’s Fitness and Health Promotion program under the supervision of program faculty. Each client will receive an initial fitness assessment, a free 50-minute training session each week for 11 weeks (to take place between the weeks of Feb. 5 and Apr. 23, inclusive), a personalized full-week training plan (to be completed outside of the college), a fitness assessment at the end of the program, as well as counseling along the way. There is no cost to the clients.

“It’s a win-win. Our clients gain the advantage of free training, with individualized fitness plans and personal training sessions from our knowledgeable students who are being trained to meet national industry certification standards,” said Michael Hart, professor within NC’s Fitness and Health Promotion program. “Our students gain real-world experience to prepare them for a career in the industry, which is a perfect example of applied education at Niagara College.”

Community residents from all fitness levels are encouraged to apply. Student trainers will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must meet specific participation requirements to be accepted as clients. To view details and download application instructions, click here.

All training sessions will take place at Niagara College’s Welland Campus.

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Media inquiries, please contact:

 

Andrew Korchok

Communications/Media Advisor

Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430

Cell: 905 329-1642

akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

December 22: Inclement weather for Niagara

A special weather statement is in effect for Niagara with five to 10 cm of snow expected by Friday evening (Dec. 22). The snow is expected to be mixed with freezing drizzle beginning Friday morning.

Precipitation is expected to taper off to patchy drizzle Friday night as the temperature edges just above the freezing mark.

Motorists should be prepared for reductions to visibility and poor winter travelling conditions tonight into Friday. Poor winter driving conditions are expected on Friday morning commute could be particularly slow and messy.

Staff, students and visitors should use caution when travelling and plan for extra time to reach their destination. Please drive and walk according to road, sidewalk and winter weather conditions; wear proper footwear and dress appropriately.

College staff and our winter service provider will monitor the weather and salt walkways and parking lots as required. As winter maintenance equipment may be operating during school hours, please ensure that you stay a safe distance away where possible.

Please continue to monitor alerts issued by Niagara College and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. While not expected, any potential college closures will be posted to niagaracollege.ca

 

Dec. 11: Inclement weather expected for Niagara

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Niagara on Monday, Dec. 11.

Widespread accumulating snow is likely this afternoon, tonight (Dec. 11) and into Tuesday (Dec. 12) with an expected snowfall of five to 10 cm by Tuesday morning.

The snow is expected to begin this afternoon and taper off to a few flurries later tonight or Tuesday morning. Although localized amounts of 10 to 15 cm are possible, the snowfall warning criterion of 15 cm snow in 12 hours is not expected to be reached.

Poor winter driving conditions are likely late this afternoon and tonight. Untreated roads may become snow covered and slippery.

Staff, students and visitors should use caution when travelling and plan for extra time to reach their destination. Please drive and walk according to road, sidewalk and winter weather conditions; wear proper footwear and dress appropriately.

College staff and our winter service provider will monitor the weather and salt walkways and parking lots as required. As winter maintenance equipment may be operating during school hours, please ensure that you stay a safe distance away where possible.

Please continue to monitor alerts issued by Niagara College and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. While not expected, any potential college closures will be posted to niagaracollege.ca

 

Community Care of St. Catharines & Thorold selected as Niagara College’s Many Hands recipient

 Community Care of St. Catharines & Thorold has been selected as the 21st recipient of Niagara College’s Many Hands project. The annual project sees Niagara College students support a local community non-profit organization with fundraising, marketing and public awareness of the agency.

In the Spring of 2018, students in NC’s Event Management (Graduate Certificate) program will plan, manage and host a fundraising event to help Community Care.

 “Community Care St. Catharines & Thorold is extremely pleased to have been identified as the recipient of the Many Hands Project this year.  It further solidifies the strong partnership the agency has with Niagara College,” said Community Care Executive Director Betty-Lou Souter. “We look forward to working with the College on this exciting venture. We are confident it will make a difference to the people served by the agency.”

Agencies that benefit from the Many Hands project, selected by the project committee, must be not-for-profit, provide community-based services in Niagara, and must be willing to commit agencies resources to the project.

“For 20 years, the Many Hands project has been an incredible demonstration of community engagement, and when combined with education, has provided students with the tools required for a successful career,” said Christine Blane, NC professor and Coordinator for the college’s Event Management program. “We are excited to partner with Community Care as they provide community support across Niagara.”

This year, the program has shifted focus to smaller scale projects designed to aid community agencies with their programming, marketing, and public awareness. 

“Shifting to refocus back to smaller, more community-minded projects really allows Many Hands to provide help where it’s most needed,” said Blane. “As our projects have grown in scope over the last few years, we’ve entered a space that’s also being served by other community agencies. That helped us realize that we could make the biggest impact with the resources we have by focusing on smaller projects supporting agencies with their programming. Our focus is always to lend a hand to the organizations who do such great work in Niagara, while at the same time giving our students important hands-on experience and a chance to make a tangible difference in their community. Shifting focus to support Community Care’s programming allows us to maintain the student/organization collaboration that’s always been at the core of Many Hands.”

More information about the Many Hands project can be found at niagaracollege.ca/manyhands.

Community Care, St. Catharines & Thorold has been meeting the needs of the less advantaged in our community since 1919. The fundamental principles on which the agency was founded have not changed. Programs range from food and shelter security to emergency services and support that lead to the independence clients strive to achieve.

Event Management is a one-year Graduate Certificate program within NC’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Sport that prepares graduates for a career in a fast-paced and multi-faceted industry. Students develop skills in planning and logistics, public relations, marketing and sponsorship strategies, and volunteer and risk management in a highly experiential learning environment.

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

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Media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Korchok
Communications/Media Advisor
Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430
Cell: 905 329-1642
akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

Michael Wales
Manager, Communications                                                                                                                                         
Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773
Cell: 905.328.4101
mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Tap into your inner bootlegger at Project Brew December 8

Niagara College Brewmaster students to host Prohibition-style beer festival at the Market Square


Brewmaster students from Niagara College are turning back the clock to the Roaring Twenties and serving up their next craft beer festival, Prohibition style.

Project Brew Bootlegger’s Ball will be held on Friday, December 8 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the St. Catharines Market Square. Seventeen one-of-a-kind beers crafted by students in their final term of the College’s Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management program will be on tap at the evening event. Brews will be presented in a Great Gatsby-esque, speakeasy-inspired setting – complete with silent movies, and a police lineup photo booth for ‘convicted bootleggers.’

Faculty advisor April Tyrrell noted that the event is an opportunity for the public to sample unique, locally developed and often experimental small batch beers from the College’s Teaching Brewery, while graduating students showcase what they have learned.

“Project Brew is the culmination of four semesters of learning for the Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management students. Not only do the students design a recipe and create an original beer from scratch, they also plan and execute Project Brew to highlight the skills they have acquired during their time at Niagara College,” said Tyrrell. “This fun community event is an excellent opportunity for students to promote themselves and their beer to the general public.”

For student event chair Ian Fraser, preparing for Project Brew has been a valuable experience.

“For many of us, it has been our first experience planning a beer festival,” said Fraser, who is brewing an English Porter with roasted chestnuts for the event. “To have the creative freedom to develop any beer we would like – from start to finish, in a professional setting – has been both a lot of fun and a novel experience for many of us.”

Guests seeking an alternative to beer may opt for the NC Teaching Winery’s multiple-award-winning Cider 101, or mulled mead from Rosewood Estates. Food will also be available for purchase from Niagara College’s Bench on the Go, new St. Catharines restaurant oddBird, and Andrzejewski Perogies.

Student beers will be judged on site and Praxair, one of the event sponsors, will award a $4,500 scholarship to the graduating student who creates the winning beer.

Proceeds from Project Brew support the Matt Soos Memorial Fund, which awards a scholarship each year to the student who brews the best beer at the College’s Annual Brewmaster Competition. Established by Muskoka Brewery and Railway City Brewing, the scholarship is in memory of Matt Soos who died at the age of 26 in August 2015, just a year after he graduated from the program.

Tickets for Project Brew Bootlegger’s Ball are $20 in advance (online) or $25 at the door (limited; must be 19 years of age or older with valid photo ID). A group rate of $17.50 for four guests or more will be available before Dec. 8. Admission includes a commemorative sample glass, and four drink tokens.

Meet the brewers, get a sneak peek at the brews, order tickets or access additional event details at niagaracollege.ca/ncprojectbrew.

NC’s Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management program was launched in 2010 as the first of its kind in Canada. The award-winning, two-year program offers extensive hands-on training at an on-site, state-of-the-art Teaching Brewery to prepare students for employment in the expanding brewery, microbrewery and brewpub industries. Located at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, students learn from award-winning faculty and have access to on-site hop yard and local farm products to brew a full range of beer styles. Visit ncteachingbrewery.ca.

Niagara College offers more than 130 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management student Ian Fraser values the experience he is gaining through Project Brew. Fraser is pictured in the hop yard at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.

 

Media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Korchok
Communications/Media Advisor
Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430
Cell: 905 329-1642
akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

Michael Wales
Manager, Communications 
Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773
Cell: 905.328.4101
mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Niagara College greens its way to a Canadian first with Audubon certification

Niagara College has become the first postsecondary educational institution in Canada to be designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.

The College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus has achieved the designation through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP), an Audubon International program. It is the eighth property in Canada and the 37th in the world to be certified in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.

The College was commended for projects it has undertaken to enhance its wildlife habitat, achieve sensitive maintenance practices and inform people about its commitment to environmental quality.

“Niagara College Canada is an exemplary Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary,” said Jessica Latus, director of Sustainable Community Programs at Audubon International. “The work of both students and faculty in creating an environment that is both conducive to learning while simultaneously offering habitat to wildlife is phenomenal. We can all learn from the progressive nature of Niagara College’s efforts in being a leader in sustainability.”

To reach certification, a property must demonstrate a high degree of environmental quality in a number of areas including: environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, water quality and conservation, resource management, and outreach and education. Properties go through a recertification process every three years.

“Being certified by Audubon International is a fantastic recognition of the environmental and sustainable practices that Niagara College has developed over the years to ensure a living lab campus that continues to apply best practices through curriculum and experiential learning,” said Judy Johnson, landscape operations supervisor at NC. Johnson also received an Environmental Stewardship Award from Audubon International for her work to obtain the campus’ sanctuary designation.

The College’s certification involved a variety of programs and departments across the College, primarily the School of Environmental and Horticultural Studies, and the NC Sustainability department. It also included the NC Greenhouse, Facilities Management Services, the resource committee, grounds committee and grounds staff.

Alan Unwin, associate dean of Environmental and Horticultural Studies, said the certification is a strong illustration of the College’s commitment to maintaining and enhancing biodiversity at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.

“All that we have achieved has been while ensuring that students are maximizing the use of our campus as a truly beautiful living laboratory,” said Unwin. “We are proud of this recognition but it will only inspire us to do more to protect and enhance the diversity of life that exists at this campus well into the future while involving students in every possible way.”

The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program provides information and guidance to help businesses and organizations preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, and protect natural resources. Businesses, schools, parks, and other properties from the United States, Africa, Australia, Canada, Central America, Europe, and Southeast Asia have achieved certification in the program. Visit www.auduboninternational.org.

Niagara College offers more than 100 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Al Unwin, associate dean of the School of Environmental and Horticultural Studies (right) with faculty members Mylee Nordin and Margaret Pickles (pictured left) tour Audubon’s director of Sustainable Community Programs Jessica Latus (middle) around the NOTL Campus grounds for Audubon’s on-site audit in late September.

 

Student Katie Bristow (left) shows Jessica Latus, Audubon International director of Sustainable Community Programs, around the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus for Audubon’s on-site audit in late September.    

 

Media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Korchok
Communications/Media Advisor
Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430
Cell: 905 329-1642
akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

Michael Wales
Manager, Communications                                                                                                                                         
Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773
Cell: 905.328.4101
mwales@niagaracollege.ca

Two new reasons to raise a glass to the NC Teaching Winery

When it comes to award wins at the Niagara College Teaching Winery, the apple doesn’t fall far from the vines.

The Teaching Winery, based at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, was celebrated with new awards this month for its wine and hard cider. Its 2013 Prodigy Icewine won Best in Show Dessert Wine at the 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Wine Competition, and its Cider 101 won a gold medal at the United States Open Cider Championship.

Steve Gill, general manager of Niagara College’s Teaching Winery and Teaching Brewery, said that he is proud of the staff and students who are at the core of the teaching winery’s successes.

“These awards are a testament to the high quality of education we provide and we hope they cultivate a passion for excellence in our students,” he said.

 

2013 Dean’s List Prodigy Icewine reigns at the Royal

It’s time to roll out the red carpet for the Teaching Winery’s 2013 Prodigy Icewine, after it won Best in Show Dessert Wine at the 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Wine Competition. The competition, run in cooperation with the Independent Wine Educators Guild under the direction of Chris Waters (chief judge), showcases the best in VQA Ontario wines.    

College winemaker Gavin Robertson, who is also a graduate of NC’s Winery and Viticulture Technician program (2011), noted that while all wines at the NC Teaching Winery are made in collaboration with students, the Icewine harvest offers students a unique learning experience like no other. 

“Nothing says ‘applied education’ like waking up in the middle of the night to join your classmates in a frigid, snowy vineyard, under floodlights, to pick and press grapes, and we do a great job at rousing extra faculty, administrators and friends with the students as well,” said Robertson. “We engage our wine students in the Icewine making process all the way from grape to glass.”

2013 Dean’s List Prodigy Icewine also won a Double Gold at the 2017 All Canadian Wine Championships.

The Teaching Winery’s past successes at the Royal include a Best in Show Overall wine award in 2015 (2012 Dean’s List Merlot). For more info about the competition visit http://www.royalfair.org/

 

NC’s ‘cider house’ rules at U.S. Open

For the second consecutive year, Cider 101 scooped up a gold medal in the New World Cider category at the United States Open Cider Championships.

A spin-off from the renowned U.S. Open Beer Championships, the third annual cider championships drew 240 cider entries from cideries, breweries, and wineries across North America and the United Kingdom. Medal winners in 20 categories were announced on November 20, after the final round of judging was held at the Big Ditch Brewing Company in Buffalo, New York.

This isn’t the first medal for Cider 101 since the teaching winery ventured into hard cider two years ago. In 2016, it has won gold at the U.S. Open as well as a bronze at the Ontario Cider Awards.

For info about the competition visit http://www.usopencider.com/

 

Launched in 2002, the Niagara College Teaching Winery is the first and only commercial teaching winery in Canada. Products from the Niagara College Teaching Winery are available for purchase at the Wine Visitor + Education Centre retail store, located at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus (135 Taylor Rd., Niagara-on-the-Lake) or online at niagaracollegewine.ca

 

Niagara College offers more than 100, bachelor degree and advanced level programs; as well as more than 600 credit, vocational and general interest Part-Time Studies courses. Areas of specialization include food and wine sciences, advanced technology, media, applied health and community safety, supported by unique learning enterprises in food, wine, beer, horticulture and esthetics. For more information visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Media inquiries, please contact:

 

Andrew Korchok
Communications/Media Advisor
Office: 905 641-2252 ext. 7430
Cell: 905 329-1642
akorchok@niagaracollege.ca

 

Michael Wales
Manager, Communications 
Office: 905.735.2211 ext. 7773
Cell: 905.328.4101
mwales@niagaracollege.ca