The annual Selkirk College Career & Education Fair brings together more than 50 exhibitors with community members, students, prospective students and parents for a day of building connections and providing insight into the available avenues for in-demand jobs. The fair takes place on the Castlegar Campus on Thursday.
Challenging pre-existing ideas or beliefs about individuals with disabilities and celebrating those differences is the theme of an annual event that brings together the community. Put on by the Classroom and Community Support Worker Program students, “Celebrating Diverse Ability: A Walk in the Park” goes March 16.
Music fans have the opportunity to experience seven nights of diverse genres and budding talent at the annual Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program showcase concerts.Second year students have been working hard at putting together their final showcases beginning March 17 at the Shambhala Performance Hall.
PPWC Local 26 President Rod Fayant and Selkirk College President Angus Graeme met at the Castlegar Campus Ripple Café to unveil a plaque that will be displayed on the wall outside the cafeteria. The plaque recognizes the financial contribution PPWC members made to help buoy Food Services between 2004 and 2012.