Former youth in care attending a post-secondary institution on a tuition waiver can now access additional funding for living expenses so they can better focus on their academic careers.
More student beds at the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) Okanagan campus will allow students to rest easy and focus on their studies, rather than worrying about where to live, while easing pressure on a tight rental market.
More British Columbia students will benefit from the Traditional Knowledge and culture of Indigenous peoples with the expansion of teacher education seats.
More than 1,000 people in Indigenous communities in B.C.’s North Coast and Nechako regions are getting access to driver training, opening the doors to job opportunities and safer travel.
Post-secondary students will have more opportunities to gain real-life, relevant work experience that will give them a career leg up, benefiting employers.
The first nursing degree program in the Northeast will ensure more patients in the region can access care that will improve their quality of life, while students can pursue health-care education and training closer to home.
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