A key partner in post-secondary in the region and a vital legacy that continues to build strong community, Columbia Basin Trust has added Selkirk College instructor Carol Andrews to its Board of Directors. The veteran instructor brings a wealth of knowledge in rural issues to the table.
The importance and value of young Canadians placing a focus on global issues continues to be a priority for senior levels of government with the creation of international internships that provide essential work, develop new skills and result in vital knowledge.
Selkirk College recently celebrated the milestones and achievements of the dedicated employees who enrich our place of work every day. Hosted by the Selkirk College Human Resources Department, this year’s annual dinner on May 24 at the Staff Lounge on the Castlegar Campus was one of the largest in recent memory.
Launched in 2014 as part of an effort to educate rural students in a manner that helps build a stronger health care system outside urban areas, the Selkirk College Rural Pre-Medicine Program has helped a pair of alumni reach their goal of entry into medical school at the University of British Columbia.