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Become a professional Esthetician. Learn the latest industry techniques for a wide range of treatments with hands-on training in our salon.
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Meet other students, new friends, enjoy great music and food at Get Connected 2014.
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This October, BC Teachers of an Additional Language (BC TEAL) will hold its 2014 Interior Regional Conference at the Selkirk College Tenth Street Campus. More than 100 teachers, administrators and community leaders will take in the one-day event at Mary Hall.
Looking to share ideas and create dialogue, the BC Teachers of an Additional Language will hold its 2014 Interior Regional Conference in October at the Tenth Street Campus in Nelson where more than 100 educators and professionals in related fields are expected.
When Selkirk College Instructor Randy Janzen traveled to South Sudan in June, it wasn’t to report on the looming humanitarian crisis caused by famine and civil war in that country. On the contrary, the Peace Studies Program instructor wanted to learn more about an exciting project where local and international professionals are organizing together to systematically seek ways to reduce violence in this war-torn country on the brink of famine.
In one of the most tumultuous nation's in the world, Selkirk College Peace Studies Instructor Randy Janzen spent part of his summer working towards solutions with the Nonviolent Peaceforce organization that is making strides amid challenging circumstances.

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Sep. 02

Connect with other students, meet new friends, take in some great music and food. Find out what...
Last day for payment of fall semester tuition and other student fees.
English Language Program classes start.

 

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