Algonquin, Arctic College sign letter of intent for collaboration

March 21, 2017

Nunavut Arctic College and Algonquin College have signed a letter of intent that will guide the two schools as they work to create new opportunities for cooperation and provide shared learning opportunities for both students and faculty members. An Algonquin release states that the letter solidifies the schools’ shared goal of providing programs that are reflective and inclusive of Indigenous peoples in Canada and that prepare a flexible and resilient workforce. “We are eager to collaborate with Nunavut Arctic College to provide students, both here in Ontario and also in Nunavut, with new opportunities,” said Algonquin President Cheryl Jensen. “These opportunities in education will help develop a skilled and engaged workforce that will contribute to our collective growth in today’s economy,” added Arctic College President Joe Adla Kunuk. Algonquin