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  • CMTN Recruitment and Selection Class Incorporates “Whole Person” Indigenous Perspective

    Coast Mountain College business administration instructor and coordinator Dave McKeever incorporated a “Whole Person” Indigenous perspective into his recent Recruitment and Selection course curriculum.
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  • CMTN Student forms Safe Spaces Movement to promote inclusivity on campus

    Current Coast Mountain College (CMTN) student Lily Trimmer is in the process of forming a Safe Spaces Movement, with the goal of better connecting students on campus.
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  • CMTN Accepting Applications for Housing Advisors

    CMTN is looking for Housing Advisors! Help make our Terrace on-campus housing a safer, more inclusive community for students.
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  • First-year Engineering students wrap up semester with robotics project

    Coast Mountain College Engineering students are wrapping up their courses this week with two exciting projects.
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  • EGBC and CMTN Host Popsicle Stick Bridge Breaking Competition

    The Engineers and Geoscientists of BC hosted their annual popsicle stick bridge breaking competition at CMTN's Terrace campus on May 13.
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  • CMTN Students Present Research Findings on Shames Watershed

    CMTN Hydrology and Biology students present their research findings on the Shames River Watershed.
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  • CMTN instructor Matthew Beedle is Recipient of West Coast Teaching Excellence Award

    CMTN instructor Matthew Beedle is a recipient of this year's West Coast Teaching Excellence Award. Instructor Dave McKeever received a nomination.
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  • CMTN Board of Governors appoints new interim leadership for the 2021-22 Academic Year

    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) will start a new academic year with new leadership as Dr. Laurie Waye steps in as Interim President on September 7, 2021, for a one-year term.
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  • Health, safety remain top priority for return to campus

    Students, faculty and staff at B.C.’s colleges and universities are being supported to come back together for in-person learning this fall with added health and safety measures ordered by the provincial health officer.
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  • B.C.’s colleges prepare for a full and safe return to campus

    VICTORIA, B.C. – Colleges in British Columbia are aligned with public health guidance as they prepare for a full return to on-campus learning in September. Over the last 18 months, colleges have followed public health recommendations to ensure a safe study and work environment, ensuring access to programs and courses.
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  • Coast Mountain College seeks design logo for End Mental Health Stigma campaign

    Submit a design by Sept. 27 that you’d love to see on t-shirts and posters on the theme of ending mental health stigma.
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  • Students help students with new mental-health resource

    Post-secondary students will be better equipped to help their peers struggling with mental-health concerns, thanks to a new, free educational resource B.C. students helped design......
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  • Spotlight: Coast Mountain College’s mental wellness initiatives support student events and overdose training

    Coast Mountain College’s (CMTN) first suicide prevention student engagement officer Emma De Vynck has been making an incredible impact across the region.......
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  • CMTN holds Mental Health Matters Photo Contest as part of End Stigma Month

    Coast Mountain College is holding a mental health matters photography contest for a chance to win a JBL Go speaker. Post a photo on your social media account using the hashtag #CMTNmentalhealthmatters by Feb. 20 to be entered into the contest.
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  • Student spotlight: Hobiyee 2020

    Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art student Smiddy Grandison explains what it’s like to celebrate the Nisga’a new year, Hobiyee.
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  • Spotlight: Linnea Waechter, Governor General Collegiate Bronze Medal recipient

    Congratulations to Linnea Waechter for receiving this year's Governor General Collegiate Bronze Medal for obtaining the highest grade point average in the Winter 2020 semester. Congratulations for receiving a 4.25 and inspiring fellow classmates to reach for the stars.......
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  • Spotlight: Kyle Yaroshuk-Pryce, Lieutenant Governor’s Medal recipient

    Congratulations to Kyle Yaroshuk-Pryce for receiving this year's Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for his devotion to his community of Prince Rupert, BC........
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