The world is changing faster than ever
As we work through pandemic recovery, find solutions to climate change, and right the inequities and barriers facing people, particularly marginalized and Indigenous peoples. We also face the reality of a job market that will demand 80% of people requiring post-secondary education, and 37% of new jobs coming from an expanding economy. Change is no longer an option. It’s a necessity.
At Camosun we prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist, building the skills to successfully navigate and succeed in an ever-changing work landscape and rise to the challenges of today and the coming decades.
I'm on the right track
“The chefs keep things fun which is nice when the kitchen is a pretty chaotic and stressful place,
Drawn to civil engineering
“I would like to think that communities and the world are a better place because of my work as a civil engineer.”
Started her journey by upgrading
“I have always loved working with kids,” says Olivia. That love is what initially drew Olivia to the Community Support and Education Assistant (CSEA) program.
Teachers all bring a wealth of knowledge
“It’s changed my thinking as I’ve got a better understanding of legislation and the process of the justice system.”
Heard about Dual Credit
“Once I got into the swing of things it was a lot easier. And, I still played high school basketball and graduated with my class.”
Camosun is just the beginning of her journey
“Camosun College has helped me immensely with finding my identity as an Indigenous woman,” begins Katie. “I am finally learning how to walk in both worlds.”
I love Camosun because it feels like a community.
“I never thought of myself as a strong student until I started at Camosun,” says Megan. “Here I am now, a tutor for a few subjects, getting good grades with the ability to apply the knowledge I’ve received.”