By Glenda McCarthy Wilson Tulk has worked around aircraft in some form or another all of his life; first in catering, then in maintenance and structural repair. He has since come full circle and is now an instructor at College of the North Atlantic (CNA), passing his knowledge on to the next generation ofREAD MORE
By Glenda McCarthy A dozen graduates from College of the North Atlantic (CNA) volunteered at the annual Eat the Hill event in Clarenville, working side-by-side with professional chefs to serve hundreds of people at the two-day food festival. Eat the Hill, which is organized by CNA culinary arts instructor Chris Sheppard and former instructor RogerREAD MORE
By Kyle Greenham College of the North Atlantic’s work in the country of Guyana may be continuing well into the future. Although CNA’s initial partnership, helping Linden Technical Institute develop an up-to-date heavy equipment operating and maintenance program, has come to an end – there are now further opportunities on the horizon. With Guyana’sREAD MORE
By Kyle Greenham Leesa James is a 44-year-old mother of six, and has lived in Linden, Guyana for 26 years. Besides being at the top of the class in Linden Technical Institute’s heavy equipment operating and maintenance program, she is also the only female student. James says the driving factor that keeps her focusedREAD MORE
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