The Selkirk College Music & Technology Program is looking to leave a mark on this year’s Kootenay Music Awards. Voting is now underway in the third annual event that honours the most talented performers from around the Kootenays. The online voting closes on April 30 with the awards evening set for May 9 at SpiritBar in Nelson.
Policy 8617: Credentials and Graduation, Policy 8615: Standards of Academic Progress, Policy 8619: Student Probation, and Policy 8616: Student Withdrawals and Refunds are new and modified policies needing to be reviewed and feedback provided by the college community. The Policy Review Committee reviews existing policy on a regular basis in order to incorporate your input and to endure that written policy reflects actual practice.
Selkirk College will honour post-secondary pioneer and legend John Adams at Grad 2014. As the third person hired by Selkirk College during its germination in 1966, Adams was tasked with creating the now renowned Forest Technology Program. His 33-year career as an educator and department leader touched hundreds of lives.
Ever wonder what all the fuss is about on the Salmo River Ranch every summer? To pull off the massive task of hosting the world famous festival just east of Salmo requires an army of volunteers. Festival organizers are reaching out to Selkirk College staff and students to take part in helping make it all happen.