This October, Selkirk Sings facilitated by Jane Green, welcomes everyone from Selkirk College and the community to bring their voice – even if it might be a little shy – and join in weekly singing gatherings on the Castlegar Campus starting October 9. It promises to be a lot of fun!
Three of the latest additions to the Nursing Program faculty arrive to the Castlegar Campus classrooms with a wealth of experience, deep roots in the region and an intimate knowledge of the benefits of a Selkirk College education. Get to know this trio of educators and the journey they have taken to return back to familiar surroundings.
SEG instructor Tracey Harvey is currently undertaking work on her PhD that looks into the social and economic impact the legalization of recreational cannabis will have on rural BC. Earlier this summer Harvey asked Selkirk College staff to participate in her research in order to gather opinion and insight into this subject area.
Sharon McNeill’s journey from the Adult Upgrading Program at the Nakusp Campus to UBC law school was made possible by determination and overcoming the challenges experienced in residential school. At the Graduation 2018 ceremony in April, McNeill was presented the honour of Distinguished Alumna for her inspiring journey.