College of the Rockies hosting annual Career and Job Fair. Over 55 local and national exhibitors expected to be in attendance
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.
A $50,000 donation to the Our Students, Your Health campaign will recognize a mother who survived and found lessons in the horrors of Germany's concentration camps.
Okanagan College, UBC, City of Kelowna co-host net zero life cycle workshop
How do piracy, human trafficking and other serious international maritime crimes relate to commercial fisheries and the choices we are left with as a consumer? How does one go about solving cold cases? What is it like to defuse a hostage crisis and provide support to victims in the aftermath?
The Selkirk College Hairstylist Program has been operating at Nelson's Silver King Campus for more than five decades and has turned out generations of style experts. To help today's learners get the experience they need, the Hair Salon is now open and taking customers.
Camosun College is sending an expert team from its applied research centre to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) in Winnipeg, where they will spend several days scanning Victoria artist Carey Newman’s Witness Blanket as they prepare to create a universally accessible experience in virtual reality (VR).
A Canadian wine icon is honoured — scholarship will fund deserving students for overseas studies
Christian Picciolini's work is focused on battling extremism and providing options for redemption to those embroiled in a life filled with hate. The featured speaker in the Selkirk College Mir Lecture Series will explore his own background as a white power leader and provide insight into why individuals go down this dark road.
Twelve Camosun College carpentry students from the Nuxalk First Nation will celebrate the completion of their fourth-year apprenticeship level, at a special celebration in their home territory this evening in Bella Coola, B.C. All students who completed all elements of their apprenticeship requirements are being acknowledged tonight, five of whom have passed their Interprovincial Carpentry Red Seal exam.
Where the waters meet: international S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Indigenous education conference returns to Camosun College
Camosun is hosting the prestigious S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Indigenous education conference in August 2020, opening its doors to welcome hundreds of delegates including educators, administrators, community leaders, scholars and allies in the field of Indigenous adult and post-secondary education.