The Classroom and Community Support Worker program has changed its name to Education Assistant & Community Support Worker (EACSW) program. The change honours the industry name for the role – Education Assistant, rather than Classroom Support Worker.
The backbone of Selkirk College took centre stage at the end of May for the annual Employee Recognition & Retirement Dinner on the Castlegar Campus.The springtime tradition falls after classes let out, graduation is complete and the clamour in the campus hallways fades. It’s a time to honour all those who put students first.
As a residential school survivor, Selkirk College student Running Wolf has dealt with numerous challenges as a result of a difficult start in life. With wisdom gained and determination a constant source of energy, the recent Heavy Mechanical Foundation Program graduate is committed to making a difference.
High school students with an inkling towards engineering and science as careers had the chance to visit the Selkirk College Castlegar Campus to get an introduction to their future and check out the options for study close to home. A day of workshops and speakers helped the JL Crowe Secondary students in important upcoming decisions.