Whether it’s learning to feel the difference between textile fibres or to steer an industrial sewing machine, fashion education comes with a hands-on element
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.
College of the Rockies student, Amandeep Kaur has been chosen as a recipient of a BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) ‘Our Future Leaders Scholarship’, an honour given to outstanding students in a select group of post-secondary hospitality-related programs.
When Camosun College shifted to online course delivery in March to address the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Automotive Service Technician Program team sprung to action to ensure that their students could successfully complete the term and to provide hands-on training creativity from a safe social distance.
NIC student Erin Matheson is preparing for a new career, thanks to training through NIC’s Office Administration programs.
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.
Social distancing and COVID-19 haven’t prevented students at Langara College from collaborating with their peers at Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento (UNGS) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The third annual Selkirk College Environmental Sustainability Awards were presented to student Emily Markholm and instructor Michelle Colley who have shown tremendous leadership on our campuses over the last academic year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has post-secondary institutions across the country adapting educational delivery to adhere to the physical distancing required to flatten the curve.
Shaggy beards and untamed locks are an inevitable consequence of almost six weeks of physical distancing and the closure of all non-essential businesses, including our community’s beloved salons.