A collision of creativity and cool is now on display in Nelson's downtown as Selkirk College Human Services Instructor Matty Hillman joins the artist brigade taking part in the annual Nelson International Mural Festival.
As the 2019-2020 academic year approaches, three more Selkirk College alumni who graduated from the Rural Pre-Medicine Program will be attending medical school as they make their way towards a rewarding career in health care.
A combination of grit, offensive prowess and championship experience will be arriving to the Selkirk College Saints camp in September with the addition to the roster of two former Junior A standouts who played last season in Virden, Manitoba.
At home in the mountains with a background made for travel in tough terrain, when she's not in the classroom, Selkirk College Instructor Doris Hausleitner pursues her passion for wildlife research on the trail of the elusive wolverine.
With recent progressive changes to early childhood care and education in the Province of British Columbia, pioneers in the education for the sector are celebrating what awaits both those who choose the career and those who will benefit.
A pair of Junior B standouts will join the Selkirk College Saints for the upcoming British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season. Darian Bamber and Garrett Hilton will fit nicely into a team that places emphasis on a balanced approach in pursuit of a league championship.
With a world of opportunity available through international internships, a group of recent Selkirk College alumni have set off to all parts of the planet for a chance to immerse themselves into new cultures while carrying out meaningful work and developing new skills.
After consulting the community, Selkirk College is sticking with its team name while embarking on a new era with an exciting new logo that pays tribute to the incredible mountain surroundings of the West Kootenay and Boundary region.
After gathering valued input from the community and hundreds of hours of work by an eclectic team of employees, the new Selkirk College strategic plan has been released provides a blueprint for quality post-secondary education in the region.
The growth in international education across British Columbia since the mid-1980s has provided a boon to learners at Selkirk College. In early-June, one of the first students to attend Selkirk College as part of an international cohort returned for a visit to reconnect with some of the people who helped make his stay in Castlegar memorable.
The Selkirk College Saints will embark on the 2019-2020 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League with a new bench boss after the announcement that the men's program has hired former University of Regina assistant coach Dave Hnatiuk to lead the team into the new season.
With an eye on returning to the league championship in 2020, the Selkirk College Saints are spending the off-season bulking up their roster in preparation for the new BCIHL season that starts in October. Adding a pair of former KIJHL captains is a great start.