Established in 1979 by the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training, the Lieutenant Governor's Medal is awarded to students in vocational or career programs less than two years long at a B.C. public post-secondary school who have excelled in their studies, and who have contributed positively to the college, or the community at large.
The Lt. Governor’s Silver Medal Award application is now closed for 2018.
Please check back in March 2019 for next year's application.
Lt. Governor’s Silver Medal Award
- Value: No financial value
- Number of Awards: 1
- Demonstrate a strong contribution/volunteerism within the college and/or community.
- Have credentialed from a fewer than 2 year career or vocational program at Camosun College.
- Please note that College Prep, Access, Language Development, Bridge, etc. programs are not considered to meet the definition for this award.
- Have been enrolled and credentialed at Camosun College in the 12 months prior to the award application deadline.
- Demonstrate strong academic performance, with a minimum GPA of 7.0 (A-).
- The Awards Committee will review applications and recommend a recipient. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- As grade point average (GPA) is a criteria for this award, the Awards Committee will be reviewing Camosun College transcripts.
- The successful recipient will be notified by email no later than 6 weeks after the award application closing date.
- This award is presented to the successful recipient at their graduation ceremony.
- Robin Adams, Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management
- Jason Keddie, Computer Systems Technician
- Charlene Caldwell, Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management
- Michele Spencer, Indigenous Family Support
- Henry Mark, Practical Nursing
- Troy Neave, Professional Accounting
- Jeffrey Knight, Computer Network and Electronics Technician