Post-secondary students will have more opportunities to gain real-life, relevant work experience that will give them a career leg up, benefiting employers.
Two new schools in the fast-growing community of Langford will give kids modern, inspiring places to learn while reducing crowding at nearby schools.
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.
First Nations students will benefit from $3 million in funding for Local Education Agreements (LEAs) with school boards that ensure each First Nation is directly involved in decisions about how their children are educated, with the ultimate goal of improving student outcomes.
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.
Seismic upgrades at Ucluelet Elementary school and a partial replacement of Ucluelet Secondary school will give west coast students better and safer schools for decades to come.
Fifteen job seekers have gained new boat-building and carpentry skills through a work experience project focused on this year’s Dragon Boat BC Festival in Vancouver.
New industry-standard equipment is one of the ingredients for success for future bakers and cooks at Vancouver Community College (VCC).
New trades equipment will help set up students in British Columbia’s North with the skills they need for rewarding careers.
New trades equipment will help set up students in B.C.’s Thompson and Nicola regions with the skills they need for rewarding careers.
New technology and trades equipment will help set up students on Vancouver Island with the skills they need for rewarding careers.
New technology and trades equipment will help set up students in the Okanagan with the skills they need for rewarding careers.
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