Alex and Jo Campbell’s family legacy at Camosun
The Campbell family is one of the most philanthropic families in Victoria. With their gift to Camosun and the Alex & Jo Campbell Centre for Health and Wellness, they are supporting the next generation of health care providers.
Investing in health and wellness in our families and communities
John Wilson and Samantha Wilson, co-chairs of the Together for Health campaign, are leading a small group of visionary donors and a circle of volunteer Health Champions towards reaching the campaign’s $5 million fundraising goal.
Camosun alumnus Phillip Yee
On a daily basis, x-ray technologist Phillip Yee draws on the teamwork and communication skills that he learned at Camosun.
X-ray technology student, Kasi Schnablegger
Camosun student Kasi Schnablegger directs her passion for health care and the human body towards training for a career as an x-ray technologist.
Shannon Smith, Practical Nursing student
Shannon Smith feels at home in the Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen (Indigenous Education and Community Connections) offices on Lansdowne campus.
Caring in Community: Morgan Myers and Morgan Adams
Early learning and care alumni apply their Camosun education in community and make a difference, one child at a time.
Working and caring together: Janette Poulin
A close relationship with her grandparents, and a battle with a childhood illness inspired Camosun alumna Janette Poulin to pursue a career caring for elderly patients.
Creating a legacy of health care
With a $1 million gift to Camosun, the Sisters of St. Ann continue their 160-year mission of educating health care providers in Greater Victoria. This gift honours the past and impacts the future.
Camosun in the community: Kelsey Webster
Camosun alumna, Kelsey Webster, is a residential support worker at Our Place in downtown Victoria. Her studies at the college prepared her for the collaborative, team-based approach used in the mental health and addictions field.
Faculty profile: Robin Fast
For Robin Fast, the new health education centre is an opportunity to rethink how we’re working and learning together. The chair of Camosun’s Community, Family and Child Studies department reflects on the impact this opportunity will have on students and faculty.
Faculty profile: Lynelle Yutani
The chair of Camosun's Allied Health department believes that Camosun's new health centre will drive growth and innovation in the region’s health and human services sector.
Camosun alumni start and stay with Broadmead Care
Meet four Camosun alumni who provide care for veterans, seniors and adults with disabilities at Broadmead Care communities around Greater Victoria.
Camosun alumni front and centre at Umbrella Society
For some people seeking help for mental health or addictions, their first point of contact at the Umbrella Society may be a Camosun alumnus.
The best care possible: Amber Woodworth
Camosun alumna Amber Woodworth was motivated by her cousin with Down syndrome to enrol in Camosun’s Community Support and Education Assistant program
Faculty profile: Dwayne Pettyjohn
Camosun's Associate Chair of Nursing, Dwayne Pettyjohn, prepares for Camosun’s innovative new health centre