Pictured from left to right: Amanda Fitzpatrick

Pictured from left to right: Amanda Fitzpatrick

CNC – applied business technology class honours and awards

The Nechako Campus Applied Business Technology (ABT) class of 2011 attended Convocation ceremonies at CN Place in Prince George on Saturday, May 14 to receive their certificates of graduation.

 

The Nechako Campus Applied Business Technology (ABT) class of 2011 attended Convocation ceremonies at CN Place in Prince George on Saturday, May 14 to receive their certificates of graduation.  Prior to attending the ceremony in Prince George the class was honoured locally and a celebration held to present awards to the recipients of the CNC Scholarships and Bursaries.  This year’s recipients are:  Kara Zajaczkowski and Bryony Zawada, Jill Vickers Scholarship; two $500 scholarships presented to students who maintained excellent grades, attendance and attitudes throughout the schoolyear; Rona Deveny and Kara Zajaczkowski, Rotary Club of Vanderhoof (now administered by the college), two $250 bursaries; Carrie Breisch, Nechako Community Endowment Bursary, one $200 bursary; Sarah Nimmo, CNC Endowment Bursary, one $300 bursary.  The students are stepping into the workforce with confidence having just completed a very rigerous program in office adminstration and have graduated with an excellent skill-set to offer the employer.   The ABT Program is still accepting applications for the September 2011 intake.

 

 

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