Hamilton College’s Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project brings post-secondary students together to excavate history uncovered in First Nations pithouses.
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A trade that has a multitude of career paths, carpentry is key to building a stronger province.
On June 23 and 24, students from five studios will showcase their concepts, designs and skill-sets at the annual KSA Year End Show & Sale.
Walls encouraged graduates to, in contrast to some world events, approach each other with kindness and a caring for our future and the future of our communities
The research was conducted in collaboration with the Cranbrook Community Forest Society (CCFS).
College of the Rockies’ Kimberley campus is hosting an Open House on Tuesday, May 16 from 4 pm to 6 pm.
The Colleges and Institutes Canada conference was recently held in Ottawa, May 1 and 2.
Events aimed at awareness of sexual violence and the College’s new policy and protocol will continue with each new intake of students.
A grassroots group of entrepreneurs and likeminded community individuals are working together to build an engaged network to support innovation in Castlegar
Export Navigator is a one-year pilot developed by the Province and administered through partnerships with Small Business BC and Community Futures offices.
Everyone is invited to stop by to support the students and to be introduced to important health information
$1 million over two years committed to CBAL
First-year SROAM students had the opportunity to visit Selkirk Snowcat Skiing to complete their Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 course.
Nelson’s various plans and studies have identified numerous areas for future study, research, plan development, and implementation.
The Genome BC event offers an incredible interactive learning opportunity for our students, faculty and community members.
Goodman is the host of Democracy Now, an independent global news program.
This year's College of the Rockies career and job fair will be bigger than ever
“Our employer exhibitors find the Career Fair a valuable venue to recruit to their organization or business,” says Amy Byers, College Recruitment Specialist.
In his new role as President and CEO, Johnny Strilaeff will rely on his experience as a Basin resident and on his work experience with the Trust since 2005.by Marie Milner
The course being offered at Selkirk College this winter brings graphic fiction to life for students eager to learn more about this pop-culture phenomenon.
Drew Miller replaces Sheila McDonald who retired in December.
Up to 16 West Kootenay residents are receiving the training they need at Selkirk College for jobs in their communities.
The College of the Rockies Career and Job Fair will be in the school’s gymnasium March 8, 2017. Here are the exhibitors that will be on location.by Kyle Born
Both the federal and provincial governments are investing in a renewal that will see students in all programs benefit from modern learning spaces.
Thanks to the additional RBC Learn to Play grant, the physical literacy project will move onto a new phase – one that focuses on inclusion.
“Dollars with Sense” is a program that is fun and interactive and provides practical information to students about money and debt.
A Smart Community is one that has taken steps to create an economy capable of prospering in an ever-changing technological world.
The story is told by Tom Lymbery who was raised in the Gray Creek general store.
“Our smaller class sizes and more personalized educational experience are attractive to our students," says Jason Colombo, College Registrar.
Dr. Andrea Walsh is a visual anthropologist specializing in 20th century and contemporary aboriginal art.
“The Board of Governors plays an important role in overseeing the strategic direction and management of the College,” said President and CEO, David Walls.