The Camosun College Foundation Board of Directors has approved the contribution of $200,000 into the college’s Erasing Barriers emergency bursary fund to help students during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Kim Bolan, Langara Journalism instructor and professional journalist, is the latest recipient of the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, in recognition of her fearless commitment to truth in the face of threats and intimidation.
Instructors at Coast Mountain College have pivoted quickly to move to distributed learning models while in-person learning isn’t possible.
College of the Rockies student Karly Flannigan is balancing being a student in a demanding nursing program, with working on the frontline as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) during a global pandemic.
Six participants of a Vancouver Community College (VCC) entrepreneurship program have turned their business skills to volunteerism in the fight against COVID-19.
A Red Seal Chef, who was laid off due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, has found new employment at Penticton’s soup kitchen, which reopened on Friday following a four-day closure.
Students attending British Columbia's 25 public post-secondary institutions, who are experiencing emergency financial pressures, will benefit from a one-time investment of $3.5 million in emergency financial assistance.
Camosun Innovates, the applied research and innovation arm of Camosun College, is contributing their expertise and advanced manufacturing capabilities in the fight against COVID-19.
Coast Mountain College employees from three different campuses gathered together most of its available medical supplies including much needed eye protection, masks and gloves to hospitals in Smithers, Terrace and Prince Rupert this week.
People helping others is a sign of the times, especially if Okanagan College student Bryan Carlton has anything to say about it.