Camosun’s exciting new addition to its culinary arts program drove onto campus this week as preparations began to launch the first ever student-run food truck west of Ontario.
In The News
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Read about the latest news and activities happening at colleges throughout BC in this month’s What’s New at BC Colleges? e-newsletter.
Vancouver Community College brings Christmas in January, the 20th annual event brings a warm meal to the DTES community.
Rick Hansen Foundation’s New Certification Program Gives People the Skills to Rate Buildings Based on Accessibility (The Globe and Mail)
Launched this past fall at Vancouver Community College, the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility CertificationTM (RHFAC) program teaches participants the skills needed to gauge a buildingʼs accessibility and rate it according to a universal scale – akin to LEED certification.
Camosun College has been awarded $200,000 in start-up funding from the provincial Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training to support increased access to web technology and engineering graphics certificate programs.
Some hurdles are greater than others, but those who embark on a journey at Selkirk College have the option of seeking financial relief through bursaries that help ease the strain.
Learning English was only the beginning for this new Canadian and his college career
An internationally renowned master carver and Indigenous artist is setting up shop at Okanagan College this winter to pass on the traditional skills and knowledge he has honed over a 25-year career working with wood.
John Crockford never expected to end up in the trades, but good timing, a willingness to explore new career options and an opportunity to earn his Interprovincial Red Seal at NIC made all the difference.
With big goals to be part of the solution for a brighter environmental future in British Columbia, Brian Bjorkland enrolled in Okanagan College’s Water Engineering Technology program and is now among 427 students receiving their credentials at the College’s first convocation ceremony of 2018.