One of two chosen representatives for the Selkirk College Class of 2020, School of Business student Kim Pham arrived from Vietnam and immersed herself into West Kootenay life both on campus and off. The straight-A student will now pack her rural college experience to her next educational adventure.
Students in the School of Business were challenged to put their knowledge and skills to work in a case competition that took a closer look at economic development for the Atikameksheng First Nation in Ontario.
Students from the School of Business at Selkirk College recently got the chance to network with local accounting professionals, learning about career options in the finance and accounting industry. Organized by the Selkirk College’s Business and Accounting Club, the event featured a question-and-answer session, and a networking lunch.
With a taste for exciting business ventures, Selkirk College instructor Mike Konkin is the engine driving the West Kootenay's latest success story. The Trail Beer Refinery has only been open a few months, but already the future of the taphouse and brewery is as sparkling as the refreshing liquids they pour the community who has thrown their full support behind the venture.