In The News
At BC Colleges, we want to acknowledge the successes of our colleges, especially excellence in teaching and community building. We celebrate the many milestones, projects, collaborations and announcements from our colleges on our website, in our monthly newsletter, and throughout our social media channels.
Read about the latest news and activities happening at colleges throughout BC in this month’s What’s New at BC Colleges? e-newsletter.
Langara College is pleased to announce that its search for a new unified enterprise cloud system has been successful. After evaluating responses to its Negotiated Request for Proposals, the College has chosen Workday as its new software provider beginning in 2019. Deloitte has been chosen as the system implementation partner to assist Langara in deploying Workday.
The themes of shared values, meaningful connections, positive relationships and applied learning were woven throughout the two-week trip to Victoria in September that Camosun College's Todd Ormiston facilitated for five Maori visitors from ARA Institute in Canterbury, New Zealand.
Langara College announces that its search for a new unified enterprise cloud system has been successful. After evaluating responses to its Negotiated Request for Proposals, the College has chosen Workday as its new software provider beginning in 2019. Deloitte has been chosen as the system implementation partner to assist Langara in deploying Workday.
Second-year students in the Ski Resort Operations & Management Program are gearing up for winter and taking learning outside the classroom with a window display contest that is offering up a chance to win gear from a Nelson downtown retail partner.
Literacy programs in Fort St. John are giving adult learners the opportunity to connect with their community, calculate interest on a car loan, read labels and fill out forms.
Northern Lights College's new trades training centre, which opened for classes in September 2018, is providing students with hands-on learning using industry-standard equipment to gain the tools and skills necessary for a career in the skilled trades.
Delivering a variety of programming to communities in a service area spanning almost 12 percent of the province has its challenges. Technology, however, has always stood at the forefront of higher education.
Education is a journey. For some, it’s a journey to discover who they will become. For others, such as College of New Caledonia (CNC) alumni Carrie Darcey Davis, it has also been a journey to discover who she already is.
Sixteen year old Vernon Secondary School student Nemo Des Mazes says she prefers working with her hands and building things rather than sitting in a classroom.