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  • Coast Mountain College and School District 52 partner to offer a dual-credit program in early childhood education for high school students

    Coast Mountain College has partnered with local high schools in School District 52 to offer a dual-credit course for senior students. Participating students qualify for certification as Early Childhood Education Assistants.
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  • Coast Mountain College pilots new career fair at Terrace campus

    CMTN hosted a career fair on our Terrace campus on March 16, 2023. This was an opportunity for graduating students to network with local employers and discover what jobs are available in the region.
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  • Nursing Alumnus Matthew Le Gresley speaks on opportunities in the field

    Matthew Le Gresley went through the Nursing program at CMTN in 2013. Since completing his degree, Matthew has worked in hospital bedside care, mental health and addictions support, palliative care, and now technology, and says "There is just so much you can do with a nursing degree!”
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  • CMTN Student Hair Salon becomes Green Circle Certified

    The CMTN student Salon is pleased to announce that they have become a Green Circle Salon. All students in the Hairstylist Foundation program will now receive a certificate as a Sustainable Beauty Professional when they complete the program.
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  • CMTN Foundation Holds Art Contest: "Life in the Northwest"

    Current Education Assistant and CMTN alumna Ladan Zahrai shares her experience in the EDUA program and what it's like to work in the field.
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  • “It’s Very Rewarding”: Ladan Zahrai shares her experience as an Education Assistant

    Current Education Assistant and CMTN alumna Ladan Zahrai shares her experience in the EDUA program and what it's like to work in the field.
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  • Local business owner and CMTN alumnus establishes award for current international students

    Former CMTN international student Kapil Verma establishes an award for current students to help with tuition and living costs.
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  • CMTN Foundation Hosts Successful Giving Tuesday Campaign

    For Giving Tuesday this year, the CMTN Foundation raised enough money to fill the Student Food Bank, and provide six awards for students in the Culinary program. Thank you to everyone who generously donated.
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  • CMTN Foundation funds 32 entrance awards of $1500 for new nursing students

    In response to the shortage of essential healthcare workers in our communities, the CMTN Foundation will provide entrance awards to all first-year nursing students for the Fall 2023 academic year.
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  • Giving Tuesday Pancake Breakfast

    This morning on our Terrace campus, the CMTN Foundation hosted a pancake breakfast for faculty, staff, and students for Giving Tuesday.
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  • Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art Holiday Card Sale

    Join the Freda Diesing students for their annual holiday art card sale and exhibition on December 2 and 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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  • CMTN Alumna Spotlight: Northwest veterinarian Nicole Jamieson gives back to her community

    Northwest veterinarian and CMTN alumna Nicole Jamieson reflects on her career and gives advice to new students.
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  • CMTN faculty publish textbook on Indigenous perspectives in business

    CMTN faculty Annette Sorensen and Scott van Dyk publish their new textbook: Indigenous Perspectives on Business Ethics and Business Law in British Columbia.
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  • CMTN celebrates the legacy of Stan Bevan, Dempsey Bob & Ken McNeil

    On Friday, Oct. 7, CMTN staff, students, and alumni celebrated the legacy of longtime instructors and founders of the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art Stan Bevan, Dempsey Bob, and Ken McNeil.
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  • Dr. Titi Kunkel appointed to BCCAT for three-year term

    CMTN's Vice President of Students, Academic, and International Dr. Titi Kunkel is appointed to the BC Council on Admissions and Transfer for a three-year term.
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  • New, free accelerated early childhood education certificate supports Kitimat families

    A new accelerated program at Coast Mountain College will allow aspiring early childhood educators (ECEs) to train closer to home at no cost while meeting community needs.
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  • First Nations Council Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    The Coast Mountain College community is celebrating the 25th anniversary of our First Nations Council.
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