UCC School of Tourism Announces Tourism Award Nominees

  Posted on: March 11, 2004

KAMLOOPS-The UCC School of Tourism has announced the nominees for the 1st Annual Tourism Awards. A dinner and ceremony to honour these nominees, who have distinguished themselves in the tourism industry or in tourism education, will be held on Friday, March 19th in the UCC Culinary Arts Building, with colleagues of nominees urged to attend…

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High-Tech Jobs Go Unfilled

  Posted on: March 5, 2004

KAMLOOPS-High-tech jobs around the world are going unfilled, says UCC Electronics Chair Henry Reiser, who has graduates working in places like Brazil, Russia, Ireland, and Australia. “One student worked in the US for three years at about $100,000US a year, and the only credential he had besides his Grade 12 was our two-year diploma,” he…

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First Nations Awareness Week at UCC

  Posted on: March 5, 2004

KAMLOOPS- The First Nations Student Association (FNSA) on the Kamloops campus has organized a variety of events to celebrate their heritage and promote interaction around the theme Overcoming Barriers to Aboriginal Post- Secondary Education for First Nations Awareness Week at UCC, to be held March 8 to 11. The week’s activities include a powwow, film…

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Prominent speakers visit UCC March 12

  Posted on: March 2, 2004

KAMLOOPS-Two women of note will visit UCC on Friday, March 12th, to deliver free public presentations: The UCC Social Sciences and Humanities Lecture Series presents Khadija Haffajee, representative of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Canada, who will speak on current concerns. Haffajee has a distinguished record of service to refugees and non-governmental organizations in education…

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