Humans have been adorning themselves with jewellery since before history was recorded, which means there is a lot to learn when studying jewellery design today. Jewellery also continues to evolve alongside tastes, materials, and technology, which creates an ongoing challenge for Vancouver Community College’s (VCC) Jewellery Art and Design program: fitting everything into a two-year diploma.
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.
Indigenous students, faculty and staff have a new culturally relevant space for connection and celebration with the official opening of the Indigenous Gathering Place at North Island College's Campbell River campus.
The next generation of hospitality industry leaders are delving deeper into climate solutions through a pilot project partnership between Selkirk College and the City of Nelson.
A group of talented millwright apprentices gave it their all at the 2022 Skills Canada British Columbia Provincial Post-Secondary Millwright/Industrial Mechanic Competition at CNC’s Quesnel campus on April 8th.
You can't put a price on mentorship. That's what Joey Bruno is finding, now in his third year of Auto Body and Collision Technician training at Okanagan College, and preparing to face the B.C.’s best apprentices at Skills Provincials this month.
A torch created by Camosun College students will shine brightly at the next BC Summer and Winter Games.
The former president and CEO at Northern Lights College has passed away. Dr. Bryn Kulmatycki formally announced in March he was stepping down from both roles due to health concerns.
College of the Rockies’ commencement ceremony will be extra special this year, as graduates from 2020 and 2021 have been invited to take part in the ceremony.
With the arrival of spring break, AHCOTE students have completed their first school placement.
Darius Brons-Cooney’s summer job helping heavy-duty mechanics at Fabrite turned out to be life-changing, solidifying his decision to become a heavy-duty equipment technician. With that settled, he couldn’t wait to get started.