Arriving to the West Kootenay from a small community in Northern Alberta, Selkirk College alumnus Rodney Noskiye carried with him big dreams of a future focused on making a difference. Now back working in the social services sector in his home province, Noskiye is giving back both professionally and personally.
The journey for learners at Selkirk College is not one taken alone. Through the kindness of donors, students in all programs benefit from needs-based bursaries that help ease financial pressure and bolster final outcomes. There are many stories out there... here is one of them.
Kootenay Studio Arts at the Victoria Street Campus is a bustling hub of creativity in the heart of Nelson. Ceramics Instructor Robin DuPont is one of the faculty members who provides inspiring mentorship to learners who desire to discover a mix of artistry, practicality and a future full of possibility.
The completion of the Selkirk College Indigenization Plan 2019-2024 is an vital step and ushers in a new chapter of learning in the region. The result of several years of consultation, relationship building and research is a guiding document for the future of post-secondary. You can read the plan now.