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Chargers women hit the hardwood over the holidays

December 22, 2011

The team hosts its 6th Annual Christmas Classic Tournament December 28-30 and an exhibition game against Japan's U18 National Team on January 2.


Students work toward a healthier world

December 21, 2011


Island Medical Radiography

December 14, 2011


Camosun provides ESL training to Vietnamese pilots

November 30, 2011


Putting teeth into Education

November 30, 2011


Science students monitor Esquimalt Lagoon

November 30, 2011


From basketball to software development

November 22, 2011


Camosun Alumni - videos

November 14, 2011


Global Citizen reading with Stan Chung, Nov. 22

November 14, 2011


Writing students audition for Next Canadian Authors

November 10, 2011


Learn more about Camosun programs

November 10, 2011


Legacy awards

November 8, 2011


United Way

November 3, 2011


Camosun ready for shipbuilding industry

October 24, 2011


Camosun honours grads, Oct. 28

October 24, 2011


Learn more about Camosun programs

October 17, 2011


The great ShakeOut

October 17, 2011


Solar Saturday

October 13, 2011

Solar Saturday—a renewable energy exposition October 22.


Blue skies for Co-op at Neverblue

October 12, 2011


Chargers golf team strikes gold

October 11, 2011


Solar Saturday - a renewable energy exposition at Camosun

October 7, 2011

Location: John Drysdale Building, Interurban Campus. Get energized at Solar Saturday!


Chargers golfers post first PACWEST tournament win at Bear Mountain

October 5, 2011


Life-changing learning through Employment Skills training

September 29, 2011


Chargers Tip-Off Dinner raises $18,000

September 27, 2011


Camosun Business students "in the pink" for breast cancer awareness

September 26, 2011


Chargers golfers slip to third...

September 26, 2011


Camosun Chargers men host annual high school volleyball tourney...

September 26, 2011


Comic book writers and artists share skills with continuing education

September 23, 2011


Chargers basketball pre-season begins...

September 22, 2011


Student Employment Festival, Sept. 28

September 21, 2011


Crowds enjoy Mechanical Engineering Technology Student Project Showcase

September 19, 2011

While other students were squeezing in the last bit of sunshine this summer, Camosun's Mechanical Engineering Technology students were hard at work perfecting their final graduation projects.


Chargers golfers assemble for 2011 season...

September 15, 2011


Chargers student-athletes earn National...

September 15, 2011


Camosun College Board of Governors welcomes new chair and members

September 14, 2011


Camosun Chargers host 5th Annual Tip-Off Dinner, Sept. 23

September 13, 2011

Camosun College Board of Governors welcomes new chair and members


Chargers alumnae enters the NCAA

September 13, 2011


BCCAA changes name...

September 12, 2011


Camosun program introduces women to careers in the building trades

September 12, 2011

Camosun's Women in Trades Exploration Program is a 12-week introduction to the world of trades, and the wide array of rewarding careers available to skilled workers.


Dental Hygiene Program welcomes new clients

September 9, 2011

BOOK YOUR DENTAL HYGIENE SCREENING APPOINTMENT TODAY! The Dental Hygiene Clinic at the Camosun College Lansdowne campus is now accepting clients of all ages for professional dental hygiene care.


Camfestival 2011

August 22, 2011

CamFestival '11—Welcome back!


Continuing Education this fall

August 17, 2011

Camosun's continuing education lineup includes 70 new classes this fall.


Next program info session is August 16

August 16, 2011


A piece of Camosun at the London Games

August 16, 2011

Silver medalist Adam Van Koeverdon and bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw were among a contingent of Canadian athletes to use a sophisticated, compact piece of technology, known as MMS (multi sport measurement system), was invented at Camosun College's Sport Innovation Centre (SPIN) to help them train for and compete at the London Olympics.


The pathway to success - a return-to-school project

August 4, 2011

Jieny Kung is well on her way toward realizing major career goals, and she's doing it with Camosun's help..


Camosun College Bookstore launches textbook rental website for all local students

July 22, 2011

Camosun College Bookstore launches textbook rental website for all local students.


Camosun launches new Sheet Metal and Metal Fabrication program

July 22, 2011

In response to current and future industry needs, Camosun is launching a new Sheet Metal and Metal Fabrication Foundation program. The 30-week full-time program will prepare graduates for a choice of careers and apprenticeships, accepting 18 students into the first intake, starting Monday, August 22 at Interurban campus.


Camosun continues to grow in the West Shore

July 21, 2011


Award Winning Co-op Student

July 13, 2011

Brie Ansell began her career as a finishing carpenter and although she enjoyed the work, after a few years she began to recognize the physical toll the work took on her body. Due to her long time interest in environmental science, Ansell investigated the possibility of returning to school to explore that avenue.


Camosun to be part of Industry–led marine trades training initiative

June 29, 2011

Premier Christy Clark was on Camosun's Interurban campus on June 27 to announce a $550K investment by the Province for marine trades training. Camosun will be a key partner in a proposed marine trades training centre, likely to be located in the greater Esquimalt shipyard area.


Camosun in the West Shore

June 27, 2011


Camosun Medical Laboratory seats available exclusively for Nanaimo, Comox and Campbell River area students

June 23, 2011


Next program info session is June 21

June 21, 2011


Camosun celebrates its Spring 2011 graduates, June 17

June 15, 2011

More than 1,500 graduates and guests are expected to attend Camosun College's Spring 2011 Convocation Ceremonies this Friday, June 17 at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence, at Camosun's Interurban Campus.


Camosun going for gold at June 18 Canary Derby

June 14, 2011


SFU at Camosun

June 14, 2011

In January 2012, faculty and staff of Camosun and the greater Victoria community will have the opportunity to study Simon Fraser University's Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction without having to leave the island.


Success that can be counted in miles and in smiles!

June 13, 2011

Camosun's contingent of 115 riders, about 10% of our employee community, really embraced the spirit of Greater Victoria's annual bike to work week and, by doing so, helped to cycle towards healthy people and a healthy planet.


Annual Fine Furniture Graduating Student Exhibition - June 17-26

June 10, 2011

After ten intense and creative months, 16 students are about to graduate from Camosun College with a certificate in Fine Furniture and Joinery. And now they're laying it on the line with their end-of-year exhibit, showcasing their final projects and submitting their creations to critical judgment by industry experts.


Welcoming the international connection

June 10, 2011

This week, Camosun has put out the welcome mat for delegations from Mozambique, the Caribbean and next week will welcome a delegation from Tanzania.


Respect Your Alders

June 9, 2011


Canada Post strike and Camosun College

June 7, 2011

Camosun College anticipates the Canada Post strike action this week could impact the college's ability to communicate with students, who normally receive important information about their programs, admission and registration details, etc., via the mail system.


Human anatomy and physiology conference attracts 400 instructors to Camosun's Lansdowne campus

June 3, 2011

Camosun College hosted the 25th annual Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) conference May 28 through June 1, welcoming more than 400 instructors from post-secondary institutions across North America, and an additional 100 individuals representing industry exhibitors and sponsors.


Access and AECC awards honour spirit and laughter

June 1, 2011

What's in a name? The answer to this age-old riddle still conjures debate, but for the School of Access it's pretty clear. The names of the 28 awards totaling over $14,000 inspire reflection, trigger memories, and even evoke curiosity and laughter.


Showing up as a winner

May 31, 2011

In February 2011, Camosun student, Bryan Kelly, volunteered to be the producer of the DVD: "A Rhythm and Blues Review." The Applied Communication (ACP) project was to create a dynamic marketing tool for the Vic High Rhythm and Blues band. However, it has also captivated the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada (BEAC), with Kelly the winner of a national student award in the Video—Series or Special category.


VIATeC helps technology grads celebrate at Capstone Symposium-June 16

May 31, 2011


Camosun hosts international conference on human anatomy and physiology

May 26, 2011


May 26, 2011

Cinema Politica Victoria is teaming up with the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition for a bicycle film night in celebration of Bike to Work Week.You Never Bike Alone is an 80-minute documentary looking at how cyclists are building critical mass in Vancouver, and changing the face of the city. It is the story of how a social movement grows and the people behind it.


BC Ferries donates welding truck for trades students

May 26, 2011

BC Ferries is donating a used Ford F450 flat-deck truck equipped with a mobile arc welder to help train students in Camosun College's Automechanic, Welding and Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport Mechanic programs.


May 26, 2011

Buying locally-produced food is good for our bodies, local economies, the earth, food security and a groundswell of media coverage is making sure we don't forget. Why, then, is ninety percent of the food eaten on Vancouver Island brought in from off-island? For institutions to buy locally-grown food, it is not as easy as turning up at a farmer's gate. But Camosun has taken on the challenges.


Celebrating 20 years of Child Care Services

May 25, 2011

There's going to be a garden party at Camosun, and more than 150 guests—past and present children, families, educators and friends of Child Care Services—say they plan to attend the 20-year milestone celebration on Sunday, May 29. Activities will include an imagination market, photo memories, roving minstrels, refreshments and lots of opportunities to reminisce.


Next program info session is May 19

May 19, 2011


Celebrating our trades and technology students

May 17, 2011

Camosun's outstanding trades and technology students received more than $50,000 in awards and prizes at the 2011 School of Trades and Technology Awards Ceremony, Friday, May 13.


Fitting in your own skin—that's what trades is about

May 17, 2011

When apprenticeship welder Mila Puharich talks about her trade, she draws you deep into the physicality of her work, using language that stimulates the senses with vivid descriptions. As she speaks, you can actually hear the snap of the flint and the roar of the cutting torch; feel the heat of the flame and the gut-pounding vibration of metal against anvil; smell the acrid stench of an electric arc to metal. More than anything though, you get the sense that welding is as much a calling for Puharich as it is a career choice.


Teachers become learners at Walls Optional conference

May 13, 2011

By providing professional development opportunities like the fifth annual Walls Optional conference, Camosun encourages instructors to network, share winning teaching strategies, and discover new ways to engage a diverse and savvy student population.


Student-run golf tourney celebrates 15 years with more to come at Camosun

May 11, 2011

The fundraising drive of Camosun golf students scores $3,000+ for college's scholarship coffers.


May 5, 2011

Only feed rotten fruit and vegetables is a Wormville municipal bylaw. Developed by the Interurban preschoolers in Camosun's Child Care Services, the list of bylaws hangs above a lushly active compost bin.


Innovative skilled trades program offers new options for women and employers

May 5, 2011

Knowing that women are under-represented in skilled trades careers, BC's Industry Training Authority partnered with Camosun College to deliver a hands-on exploration and preparation program called the Women in Trades Training Initiative (WTTI).


Open House—a huge hit by any measure!

May 5, 2011

More than 3,500 people got their hands in, on and all over our stuff at Open House! Best of all, our visitors discovered what the Camosun experience is all about: hands-on post-secondary education; instructors with real-world expertise; modern facilities, technology and equipment; and a welcoming college, connected to the community and your future.


May 3, 2011

A new and local documentary, "Food Security: it's in your hands," asks the question: can we feed the world the way we farm today?


Media advisory / Walls Optional

April 29, 2011


Na'tsa'maht: Camosun officially opens the new Aboriginal Gathering Place

April 29, 2011


Media advisory / Photo opportunity

April 22, 2011


Camosun College business students bring home medals

April 21, 2011

A team of business students from Camosun College came home with medals after participating in the 22nd Annual British Columbia Business Simulation Competition in Kelowna, BC March 25-27. Okanagan College's School of Business hosted the event.


Next program info session is April 21

April 21, 2011


Visit Open House on May 5 for an Edu-Cation

April 21, 2011

Make your Open House visit even more exciting by turning it into an Edu-Cation—it's just like a stay-cation, only you'll get to learn something, do something or even build something!


Camosun College Open House

April 20, 2011


Retired textbooks offered new careers

April 20, 2011

Every student knows textbooks cost a pile of money. They also know their texts are essential to learning – part of the expense of education. But at the end of the academic semester, many texts become redundant.


Opinion (18): The 2011 Visual Arts graduation exhibit

April 18, 2011

Finishing their two years of study with a flourish, graduates of Camosun's Visual Arts program invite the public to their exhibition, Opinion (18). Visual opinions as diverse as the eighteen students will be at the show opening from 6 to 10pm, April 29, 2011, at Unit #17 in Market Square, 560 Johnson Street.


Creative HR strategy inspires Camosun business students

April 18, 2011


Open House oasis can help soothe the sting of the OOPS Factor

April 16, 2011

The OOPS factor is a reality for many aspiring post-secondary students. You may recognize these typical statements from anyone experiencing the confounding condition: "OOPS, I took the wrong math...OOPS, I've been out of school for awhile and my English skills are rusty...OOPS, I was too interested in sports to take chemistry."


April 15, 2011

Shortage of parking space is generally considered a fact of life for growing communities. As college attendance grew by nearly 20% over the past five years, Camosun was faced with a choice: find millions of dollars to pave over the problem, or lead community conversations about more sustainable options.


Camosun celebrates student-athlete successes

April 15, 2011

Student-athletes, coaches and supporters of the Camosun College Chargers gathered at the Harbour Towers Hotel this evening to recognize the achievements of the College's student-athletes and coaches at the Chargers' 17th Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony.


Beyond multiculturalism with author Wayson Choy, May 18

April 14, 2011

Award-winning Canadian author and educator Wayson Choy presents a thoughtful discussion on Beyond Multiculturalism, at Camosun College's final 2011 Insight Speaker Series evening, May 18, McPherson Playhouse.


Camosun officially opens new Aboriginal Gathering Place

April 13, 2011


Camosun's library renovations wins the 2010 Merit Prize for Library Buildings

April 9, 2011

Camosun College's library renovations won the attention of the BC Libraries Association, and earned the 2010 Merit Prize for Library Buildings at a recent BCLA awards ceremony. "We were hugely impressed by this project," says BCLA awards chair Ken Cooley. "It's amazing how far the Camosun team managed to stretch every available dollar. The end result is a complete transformation that seems incredible, considering the limited budget and tight timelines. That's why this project stood out and made us say, 'WOW!' "


Building a new generation of renewable-energy-savvy workers

April 9, 2011

"BC is behind in renewable energy," says Alan Duncan, Chair of the Electronics and Computer Engineering Department at Camosun. However, Camosun's Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology - Renewable Energy program has graduates ready to correct this imbalance.


April 8, 2011

At Camosun College, we're on our way to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 1,000 tonnes a year by 2012, beating the target of 200 tonnes we set for ourselves at the start of our Energy Management project in 2007. We're ahead of schedule by working with BC Hydro and the provincial government to measure and optimize energy usage on campus, as well as figure out where we can use the latest green technologies to reduce our energy consumption and make our community more sustainable.


Camosun Library and Learning Commons to receive BCLA award

April 7, 2011


Students check out "Living Library" for government job insights

April 2, 2011

Students interested in working for the BC government researched employment insights directly from ten "living books" – actual BC government employers from a variety of ministries. The employers allowed Camosun students to borrow them for 20 minute-sessions, where they could have a private conversation about real-life work experience and paths to employment with the BC government.


April 1, 2011

"Camosun employees are encouraged to introduce and lead green initiatives," says Brian Faught, head groundskeeper at Camosun College. "Staff have the freedom to identify problems, develop solutions, and make sure Camosun is doing its part to lower our community's ecological footprint."


Camosun College Nursing students plan a mass texting fundraiser

March 30, 2011


Biotech students receive MASSive gift from MB Laboratories

March 30, 2011

Camosun's Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology (ACBT) students received a "massive" gift from MB Laboratories earlier this month. The Sidney-based private testing laboratory generously donated a used gas chromatograph mass spectrometer to the program, valued at close to $20,000.


Building it better

March 29, 2011

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Fortunately, Carpentry instructors at Camosun College don't buy that philosophy. Instead, they look for ways to make a good thing better.


Camosun welcomes new Dean in School of Trades and Technology

March 29, 2011

Along with his most recent career change, Eric Sehn will be adjusting to a different lifestyle, as he trades Fort St. John, where overnight temperatures can drop well below -30, for Victoria, just in time for the annual flower count.


Bottle rocket launchers and Lego Mind Storm robots rock spring break

March 28, 2011

Minds were challenged, safety standards laid down and teamwork and creativity encouraged as the spring break session of DiscoverTech@Camosun. However, the true exploration, understanding and enthusiasm for the worlds of technology and engineering were ignited by hands-on learning!


Camosun's Mansbridge and McMullen named Academic All-Canadians

March 25, 2011

SIRC (Sport Information Resource Centre) and the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) are proud to announce the 2010-2011 SIRC-CCAA Academic All-Canadian Award recipients. This year, 143 student-athletes from across the nation have achieved combined excellence in collegiate athletics and academics, an increase from 119 recipients in the 2009-2010 season.


March 25, 2011

"We're always looking for ways to provide students with hands-on education," says Ian Tol, Acting Director, Physical Resources. "If we can help our students develop the knowledge and skills they need to make our community more sustainable while earning a good salary after they graduate, Camosun will find a way to do it."


Blazing a trail from the north

March 24, 2011


Living Downstream - March 30

March 22, 2011


Reducing Camosun's greenhouse gas emissions by 1,000 tonnes per year by 2012

March 19, 2011


Provincial Junior Cook Black Box competition held at Camosun

March 19, 2011


Camosun names new coffee shop

March 19, 2011


Plumbing and Pipe Trades students apply new skills at local recreation centre

March 18, 2011


Award-winning Aboriginal filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin, April 6

March 18, 2011

Camosun College's 2011 Insight Speaker Series presents distinguished Aboriginal documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin, Wednesday, April 6 at the McPherson Playhouse.


Wayson Choy – May 18

March 18, 2011


Third Annual Cultural Talent Show, March 21

March 16, 2011


We're always looking for any opportunity to reduce our energy consumption

March 11, 2011


Students enliven their studies with Arts and Science clubs

March 10, 2011


Sport Management students raise $1,000 for Tour de Rock

March 10, 2011


The business of helping teaches Camosun students what really counts

March 9, 2011


Board of Governors approves $104M balanced budget

March 8, 2011


DiscoverTech@Camosun 2011

March 7, 2011


Camosun Green-Energy Management

March 5, 2011


New funding for innovation: Camosun bridges research and community

March 4, 2011


Camosun's report to community tells award-winning story

March 4, 2011


New funding for innovation: Camosun bridges research and community

March 3, 2011


Camosun Business students go for three

March 3, 2011


New funding for innovation: Camosun bridges research and community

March 3, 2011


From dropout to dean's list

March 2, 2011


RBC supports development of an Indigenous Business Access program

February 24, 2011


Fabien Cousteau, March 15

February 24, 2011


Counsellors get their hands dirty at trades awareness conference

February 19, 2011


Camosun's McMullen and Erikson deliver top performances

February 17, 2011


Next program info session is February 17

February 17, 2011


Spring preventive dental health clinic at Camosun College

February 15, 2011


Evolving media landscape inspiring change for Village 900 radio

February 9, 2011


Camosun can't stop climate change. Can it?

February 9, 2011


Camosun College takes trades to Africa

February 7, 2011


Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai

February 4, 2011


Come take a listen

February 4, 2011


Indigenous Tourism Perspectives

February 4, 2011


Four Camosun grads take home BC Notaries awards

February 2, 2011


To inspire Aboriginal youth: computer skills spark cultural storytelling

February 2, 2011


Camosun College's 2011 Strategic Plan

February 2, 2011


Camosun in the West Shore

January 27, 2011


Camosun in the West Shore

January 27, 2011


Chelsea McMullen nominated for Sport BC College Athlete of the Year

January 26, 2011


Fabien Cousteau explores one water, one people, March 15 at the McPherson

January 26, 2011


All present and ready to work at one of the world's greatest playgrounds!

January 21, 2011


Next program info session is January 20

January 20, 2011


Alternative documentaries: Cinema Politica Victoria gives room for thought

January 19, 2011


Cinema Politica presents El Contrato, Jan 27

January 19, 2011


Fitting in leads to perfect fit

January 17, 2011


IHSCAP—helping Aboriginal learners prepare for helping careers

January 13, 2011


2nd Annual Q2W: Quit to Win contest

January 13, 2011


Camosun students booked into Walt Disney World of hospitality education

January 5, 2011


Students overcome barriers with the help of the Vickers Family

January 4, 2011


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