DAWSON CREEK, B.C. — Northern Lights College has announced that they have a new Director of International Education, Jennifer Johnson.
In her new role, she will lead international education activities at the College and oversee international recruitment, admissions and partnerships — as well as ensure students have a supportive learning environment to thrive through the delivery of high quality services and social programming on-campus.
Additionally, she will also oversee the College’s international recruitment strategies, supports and admission initiatives.
Overseeing both the Dawson Creek and Fort St. John campuses, her role is currently based in Dawson Creek while a more permanent office is created for her here in Fort St. John.
She comes to work at the College with a Master of Education in Adult Learning and Global Change, as well as a Bachelor of Arts with a Language Major, from UBC in Vancouver.
Johnson also has a diverse training, both domestic and international, ranging back over a decade. She is also passionate about creating invitational learning environments to help learners succeed.
Vice President of Community Relations and Student Services Susan Hunter says Johnson’s ‘strong combination of education, experience and passion for international education makes her an excellent fit’ for a role with Northern Lights College.
“As international initiatives continue to grow and evolve, Jennifer brings forth a wealth of education and experience in this area, and we are pleased that she has joined us here on the Northern Lights team.”
Johnson’s appointment is effective immediately.