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Indigenous Services in BCIT News

More than just a job: how a BCIT alumna is amplifying Indigenous voices and stories

September 25, 2020

Savannah Minoose-Erasmus is happy to be doing a job she enjoys—and making a difference, too. “We’re all really invested in...

BCIT Machinist alumna’s path to a successful career took resilience and ACCESS

July 9, 2020

BCIT Level 4 Machinist alumna Jazmine Morrison was 13-years-old when she and her mother moved from Gitxsan nation in Northern...

From structures to communities, this Indigenous BCIT ironworking alum looks to a brighter future

June 22, 2020

“I’d like to see our people get an opportunity to live a better life, to be able to take care...

Overcoming adversity: Indigenous trades grad creates a new start to a better future

June 19, 2020

After feeling burnt out from being a professional cook for 15 years, BCIT Welding Foundation program graduate Victoria Dupuis was...