Years 2010 to 2019

25th Anniversary

Jay Charleyboy

Construction Craft Worker, 2017

For Jay Charleyboy, entering the Construction Craft Worker program seemed like a natural fit right from the start. Given the numerous contruction projects happening in the Okanagan, and as a father to 3 daughters, Charleyboy recognized the potential for this program to support his future and family. We recently sat down with Jay to discuss everything from peer mentorship to the quality of programs offered at Okanagan College. Click HERE to read the full interview.


 Zach Andrews

Electronic Engineering Technology Diploma, 2016

For Zach Andrews, the desire for continuous learning and maintaining current education has brought him to Okanagan College not once, but twice. His time at OC also included an impressive performance at the Skills Canada competition where he competed in the Electronics category. With 2 program completions under his belt, he continues to build on his education and broaden his skill set. We recently spoke with Zach about his memories of OC and his future career plans - click HERE to read the full interview.


Paige Schoenfeld

Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours), 2010

When Paige Schoenfeld graduated from the BBA Honours program, she was open to many opportunities applying for jobs at various companies, although the one she most wanted to work at was Ipsos.  Looking back at her first application attempt, Paige is grateful that she didn't get the job she initially applied for.  Six years and an impressive job title later, Paige is an Associate Vice President and loves every minute of her role.  Click here to read our interview with Paige. 


Jamie Maloway

Electronic Engineering Technology Diploma, 2013

Jamie is a strong believer that technology has the power to be Canada’s economic driver, and it was that that inspired him to enter the College’s Electronic Engineering Technology program. Read More


Troy Berg

Network Engineering Technology Program, 2011

As the pace of the world increases, so too does the pace of business. Staying connected is key.  Staying ahead of the curve?  Even  more so.  Enter Troy Berg, a graduate of Okanagan College's Network and Telecommunications Engineering Technology (NTEN) program in 2011.  As Manager of Information Technology for Doak Shirreff LLP in Kelowna, Berg is a master of the technology that helps his firm run efficiently and securely.

Read about Troy's advice for students considering a career in IT.


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