Okanagan College News Releases
Scholarship smooths road ahead for Okanagan College transfer student
After being out of school for years, Blake Lewis is now well on his way to a career in the classroom, thanks to a spark of inspiration at Okanagan College and a boost from the Irving K. Barber Scholarship Society.
December-13-18 3:08:42 PM

Okanagan College students win big with accessible tourism pitch
A junior team of four Okanagan College School of Business students have captured the regional title at The Winning Pitch competition for their innovative concept to expand accessible tourism opportunities in the Thompson Okanagan.
December-04-18 1:56:18 PM

Health-care training in Vernon can kick-start new careers
Health-care careers are calling, and Vernon residents considering change in the new year can dial in their options in early 2019.
November-28-18 12:00:07 PM

Dean of Business creates award for global education
Business students at Okanagan College will have the opportunity to take their education to new heights thanks to an award established by Bill and Kathy Gillett. Bill is the Dean of the Okanagan College School of Business.
November-27-18 10:50:38 AM

New agreement links Chinese school district, School District 23 and Okanagan College
A new partnership that spans the Pacific connects School District 23 and Okanagan College with one of the largest educational districts in one of the busiest cities in the most populous country on earth.
November-23-18 9:38:37 AM

OC profs’ approach to texts ease student costs
Okanagan College professors are helping to turn a new page in the rising costs of post-secondary education, giving students free access to online textbooks.
December-03-18 8:42:30 AM

OC Floral Design students help deck the halls
Eleven students from Okanagan College’s Floral Design program are adding a dash of holiday cheer to their studies, creating elaborate Christmas floral arrangements for the popular Homes for the Holidays tour.
November-16-18 3:07:20 PM

Awards a ‘tremendous relief’ for aspiring nurse
Jenna Kellerman recently wrote to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and B.C. Premier John Horgan to highlight the challenges for people living in poverty.
November-14-18 3:23:41 PM

Reconciliation-themed conference coming to Okanagan College
Past truths are inspiring future approaches to early year education.
Pathway to Truth and Reconciliation is a two-day conference scheduled for Nov. 23 and 24 at Okanagan College’s Vernon campus.

November-08-18 2:15:59 PM

Penny Lane supports students with investment in child care
Summerland charity’s gift to the new child care centre at Okanagan College is helping give South Okanagan families peace of mind and access to quality child care.
November-06-18 3:52:32 PM

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