Selkirk College is excited to announce a new addition to our program line-up. Starting this September, students will be able to study in the Law & Justice Studies Program which gives them an opportunity to begin their legal career in a rural setting.
Connecting individuals who are seeking new careers to the education and background then need to succeed, the Selkirk College Pathways to Employment in Trades & Industry Program brought together 16 students for a 19-week exploration of exciting opportunities.
With a growing demand in the region for professionals to care for the elderly and persons with disabilities, the Provincial Government has provided special funding for a Health Care Assistant Program cohort that will begin training in September at the Selkirk College Trail Campus.
The owners of Nelson’s chic Lōkel Hair Studio personify their namesake. It doesn’t get much more local than the duo Ashely Simon and Michelle Devine. They were locally born and raised, locally schooled and are now local business owners.
The bond grows between Selkirk College and Rwanda's Nyundo School of Music where an international language is bringing growing opportunities to shrink the world through music. The next chapter in the growing relationship between Selkirk College and Rwanda’s Nyundo School for Music has been written.
Fostering inclusive community is important to students in the Classroom & Community Support Worker (CCSW) Program at Selkirk College. As they learn skills to help them work with people with differing abilities in both classroom and community contexts, advocating for those they support is paramount.
Selkirk College joins in the Canada-wide celebration of Co-op Education Week. Co-op Education has been an integral part of enriching students' post secondary education at Selkirk College for more than 25 years. Each year over 300 students from six programs take part in the paid work experience that has them honing their learned skills and making valuable work connections.
As the winter recreation season enters its final stage, first-year Ski Resort Operations & Management Program students are set to celebrate a family friendly day of activities and prizes at Whitewater Ski Resort with the SROAMazing Race.http://selkirk.ca/program/ski
After an incredible run of four straight BCIHL championships, the Selkirk College Saints will not claim a fifth after being eliminated from the playoffs by Trinity Western University. The student athletes have nothing to hang their heads about after a great 2016-2017 campaign.
Selkirk College has formalized its relationship with AXIS Leisure Management Ltd, a leader in China’s on-the-verge ski resort industry, strengthening its role as a player in the vast opportunity existing in the changing country.
The culmination of two years of education and training at Selkirk College's Tenth Street Campus, second-year students in the Contemporary Music & Technology Program hit the stage for the annual semester ending showcase concert series during the month of March.
Integrated Environmental Planning Program students have explored a diverse range of areas for the City of Nelson and are now entering the stage of public input. An open house will be held on March 13 at Mary Hall on the Tenth Street Campus to update residents and gather feedback.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team wrapped up the BCIHL regular season over the weekend and now begin the playoffs where the student athletes are seeking a fifth straight league crown. To make more history, the team will need to do it as underdogs.
Rewarding education and employment are just around the corner. The Selkirk College Career & Education Fair brings students and community members together with employers and post-secondary programs that will help them along the pathway to success.
The Selkirk College Saints notched a pair of important victories against the University of Victoria over the weekend and now have two more regular season games before the quest for a fifth straight BCIHL championship begins on March 10 in the Lower Mainland.