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The EECOM Awards recognizes both classroom teachers and community educators who demonstrate excellence in encouraging stewardship and sustainability
Participants learn from the land and people of the Ktunaxa Nation
For testing, the company used a 3D printed model of a FortisBC dam developed with existing research partners Selkirk College and FortisBC Inc.
The Small Business Training Centre, a service unique to CFCK, was recognized as a program that could benefit other Community Futures offices across the province
For ten years, Wild Voices presentations and field studies have helped Basin students to better understand their natural environment
Over the past five years, the partnership has saved the lives of 62,000 children in India.
Majority of current class hopes to work in region after graduation
School Works provides funding for apprenticeships and career-related positions
Traveling abroad to study helps build on skills that post-secondary students can utilize in a rapidly changing world.
Michael Graeme was recently announced as one of ten 3M National Student Fellowship Award winners
One hundred fifty-two graduates were able to attend the June 8th ceremony.
100 youth attended the recent Basin Youth Network 2018 Leadership Summit in Kimberley.
New provincial funding allows College of the Rockies to double the size of its Early Childhood Education Program.by Marie Milner
Frontline health care workers are in high demand in our region and Selkirk College’s Health Care Assistant (HCA) Program is training to fill that gap.
The Heritage Railcar Preservation building will ultimately provide a complete building to enclose and preserve the Museum’s collection of heritage railcars.
There are 13 courses included in the Nelson Summer Art Series that span a range of disciplines which are taught by working artists from around the province.
The Export Navigator pilot helps B.C. businesses in six B.C. regions become export ready, by providing access to community-based export advisors.
When the doors open on RoboGames 2018, youth from around the region will be ready to throw their robot in the ring after weeks of building and training.
College of the Rockies received more than $310,000 from the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training to go toward replacing aging trades equipment.
The International Youth Internship program aims to provide eligible Canadian youth with international experience, skills and knowledge.
Junior Dragons Den is a Community Futures led business competition open to students from Grade 7 to University in four different regions of British Columbia.
In addition to his work as an Assistant Professor at UBC, Dr. Yadav is the Vice Chair of the Biotechnical Division of the Chemical Institute of Canada.
In an effort to avoid tragedy and make Castlegar's streets safer for everyone, Celgar has launched a fantastic campaign that has received great response so far
Selkirk College is now accepting applications for the upcoming February start in three different programs.