A training partnership between the College of New Caledonia (CNC) and the Tl’azt’en Nation is providing Aboriginal students with the skills they need to care for individuals with disabilities who are living in long-term care or in their homes.
Students like Bonnie Prince are thrilled about the education they are receiving, as well as getting the training they need to care for other people.
“Being in school again has given me a new direction in life,” Prince says. “I look forward to attending school every day to learn more skills and knowledge to care for others. I am excited to continue education in the health-care field.”
Read more about the program and provincial support for Aboriginal learners: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2017AVED0014-000278
Read more Post-Secondary Student Success Stories.
Learn about CNC (cnc.bc.ca) programs.