We have been advised that the image printed on page 44 of the CEWT calendar is inappropriate and could potentially be offensive. We have been working through some crisis management best practices and have a plan in place to get ahead of this from a communications perspective.
With five years of inspiring leadership in the books, Selkirk College President Angus Graeme will now lead post-secondary education in the Kootenay and Boundary region into the next 50 years of learning. The Board of Governors recently signed Graeme to his second five year contract.
Third-year Nursing Program students have a unique opportunity develop their skills and knowledge of the social factors that shape health on the streets of Nelson. They work with agencies to help people in the community who may be dealing with issues of housing insecurity, addictions and untreated mental illness.
Selkirk College is providing emerging and established writers an opportunity to release their creative energy with a pair of exciting offerings in Nelson starting in September. Building off success from last year, Selkirk College will be offering both Creative Writing 100 and Creative Writing 200 in the Fall Semester.