The devastation Mother Nature has brought to Grand Forks and the Boundary is historic and this volatile flooding situation continues to be a major concern. The Boundary region and our Grand Forks Campus are vital to the Selkirk College family and support for those impacted continues.
The Selkirk College Leadership Team is pleased to be bringing in renowned Canadian post-secondary strategist Ken Steele for a 90-minute presentation on Wednesday, May 30. An entertaining and insightful speaker, Steele’s talk will take place at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall.
This winter, the heat at the Castlegar, Silver King and Tenth Street campuses was turned down by two degrees to conserve energy and show Selkirk College’s commitment to lowering our carbon footprint. Students and staff were encouraged to wear a sweater to show their support for energy conservation.
Cathy Lafortune regularly attends classes in the Education Assistant & Community Support Worker (EACSW) Program at Selkirk College enhancing the learning experience of students striving to work with people with differing abilities with her wealth of knowledge from lived life experience.