A new collaboration between Okanagan College and Brock University is opening doors for those looking to teach trades and technology.
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.
No matter how you say it, Okanagan College wants students to walk away from Orientation Day at the Penticton campus on Sept. 4 feeling welcomed and set for success.
Imagine medical treatment based on your own genes. It may sound futuristic, but it’s already here. Precision or personalized medicine uses our growing knowledge of the human genome to customize health care according to an individual’s genetic make-up.
Graduate from Camosun College's Fine Furniture Program Combines Entrepreneurship with a Passion for Design
Nathan Holder is a man of many talents. "I'm a tinkerer by trade," he says. "Right out of high school I worked as a machinist and millwright and I spent 13 years in the air force as a mechanic and instructor."
Viticulture students at Okanagan College have something new to cheer about. Black Hills Estate Winery is creating a new scholarship fund to provide awards up to $5,000 annually to aspiring winemakers and viticulturists.
NIC automotive instructor Patrick Balfry is looking for students who enjoy a good challenge and have a passion for working on complex repairs and electronics.
NIC tourism graduate Chelsey Stickney is one of the faces some of Victoria’s most elite guests will meet after checking into Victoria’s Fairmont Empress hotel – a national historic site that has hosted royalty and Hollywood stars.
Lights! Camera! Action! Those looking to break into careers in B.C.’s booming film industry can explore new courses coming to Okanagan College this fall.
NIC will offer an expanded selection of business courses in Campbell River while welcoming students from India, the Netherlands, Philippines, Israel, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Mauritius and China this fall.