Welders training in the South Okanagan now have a state-of-the-art new shop in which to spark their torches and test their metal.
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.
Seats are open for the September start of NIC’s new Aboriginal Leadership certificate, an exciting opportunity for Aboriginal students to prepare for management and administrative careers.
Registration is now available for NIC’s Prep Cook certificate program in Port Alberni, starting this October and running through to January 2019.
Due to evacuation alerts and voluntary evacuation orders issued and for the safety of our students and employees, the College of New Caledonia (CNC) has closed its Fort St. James campus.
Master carver and artist Darren McKenzie is once again setting up shop at Okanagan College with the goal of ingraining in students his passion for carving while also sharing his Indigenous knowledge and culture.
Applications are now open for the College of New Caledonia’s (CNC) Northern Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, which is scheduled to have its first intake at the Prince George campus in January 2019.
Langara College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ann Syme as the new Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, effective August 20, 2018.
NIC grad Lucas Storti is finding success at leading Saskatchewan tech firm SkipTheDishes.
Camosun College's Interurban campus will be the site of Mind Over Metal from August 13-17, a week-long welding summer camp for students ages 12 to 15. Offered in partnership with the CWB Welding Foundation, the camp is free for attendees and is funded by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation in conjunction with Seaspan.
How do you count crushed cans crammed into a cube? An applied research project by Okanagan College could crack open a solution to the tongue-twisting challenge and offer serious savings for the recycling industry for years to come.