Okanagan College Students’ Union supports the future of trades

OCSU cheque presentation On Feb. 20, faculty, staff and students were invited to a special morning coffee-break event to share in the excitement of the Okanagan College Students’ Union announcing its pledge of $100,000 towards the Bright Horizons, Building for Skills fundraising campaign that supports the renovation and expansion of the trades training complex at Okanagan College.
“After supporting the Centre of Excellence at the Penticton Campus a few years ago, seeing how that building came together and the impact that it has had for students as a place to grow and succeed…that really inspired us to get behind this project,” said Chelsea Grisch, Executive Chairperson of the Okanagan College Students’ Union.
“We are very proud and appreciative of the fact that our students have chosen to invest in the future of their college,” said Okanagan College President Jim Hamilton. “Their action demonstrates great leadership on their part and confirms our commitment to providing the best possible environment to support student learning.”
The College acknowledges the significance of its students stepping up to support not only their education, but the education of those students who will follow in their footsteps.

The College’s commitment to sustainability and reducing environmental footprint through an innovative design motivated OCSU to support the project. The building is aiming to meet both the Living Building Challenge and LEED Platinum objectives.
To hear more about the OCSU donation, watch this video or follow this link for the press release.  To learn more about the campaign, click here.

OC, OCFA among those who have signed provincial template agreement

The Post-Secondary Employers’ Association (PSEA) has reached a tentative template agreement on compensation and other common agreement issues with faculty represented by the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC under the Economic Stability Mandate.

The tentative template agreement covers about 3,200 faculty working at eight colleges throughout the province, including Okanagan College. Bargaining must now be concluded on negotiable items at the local level for the eight participating colleges: OC, Camosun College, College of New Caledonia, College of the Rockies, Douglas College, North Island College, Northwest Community College and Selkirk College.

Local bargaining is under way at Okanagan College.

The term of the five-year template agreement is from April 1, 2014, to March 31, 2019. The tentative template provides for a 5.5 per cent wage increase over the five years of the term with potential for additional increases if the B.C. economy exceeds the annual forecasts set by the Economic Forecast Council during the last four years of the agreement.

More information about the agreements will continue to be shared once the local portion of negotiations and the individual ratification processes have been completed.

Construction Craft Worker program coming to the College

Construction Craft Workers are a vital part of every construction site and team. Starting in March Okanagan College will be offering a new two-level apprenticeship program to meet the provincial demand for the training and offer those who function in the role the opportunity for Red Seal accreditation.
“Construction labourers are professionals who have solid experience under their tool-belts,” explained Okanagan College Dean of Trades and Apprenticeship Steve Moores. “Earning this accreditation will make it easy for employers to determine that the worker is trained and skilled to perform the tasks at hand. For the worker, it can be the differentiator in getting hired.”
“Knowing that our trades workers have a Red Seal gives me confidence that they have a strong understanding of construction and the necessary skills to be on any site,” said Matt Kenyon, General Manager of Greyback Construction. “Ultimately, it makes for a safer work environment. At Greyback we fully support the students of Okanagan College and will offer these workers mentorship and site tours.”
Jason BonneauPenticton Indian Band member Jason Bonneau has enrolled in Okanagan College’s March program, with encouragement from his employer Greyback Construction. “I’ve only ever worked in construction. It fascinates me to have the knowledge of being able to make something out of nothing, to build it up,” said the 38-year-old Bonneau. “As a father of five, providing for my family is a top priority. Obtaining my Red Seal as a Construction Craft Worker means I can earn more money and grow a lifelong career in a field I’m passionate about.”
To learn more about the new program follow this link or click here to read the press release.

Dr. Barry McGillivray makes significant gift to the College

Barry McGillivray donationDr. Barry McGillivray, Associate Dean of the College’s School of Business, has donated $100,000 to develop a research centre at the College that will be focused on small business and entrepreneurship in the Southern Interior.
The Centre is intended to act as an incubator for faculty to conduct applied research, particularly with regard to studying the barriers entrepreneurs face. Also, a portion of the funds, invested with the Okanagan College Foundation, will be directed toward scholarships and bursaries for students.
“I’m giving back to a region that has been very good to me and I have a great and abiding faith in the quality of our students,” said McGillivray, pointing to a long list of student accomplishments in national and international case competitions and to a growing number of notable alumni from the College’s Business Administration degree and diploma programs.
“Barry’s commitment to this region and to our institution is remarkable,” said Okanagan College President Jim Hamilton. “I know he thought carefully about what he could do to help the communities we serve, consulted many people and struck upon developing this Centre as the best investment he could make. I applaud him for his generosity and his foresight.”
Follow this link to read the press release about Dr. McGillivray’s generous gift.

Carter family donation to enhance study space for trades students

Carter DonationOne of Kelowna’s auto industry pioneers, Al Carter, has donated $50,000 to support the construction of two group study rooms in the new trades building, which is slated to open in spring of 2016. The study rooms will help meet the demand for student space as the College works to train and educate the tradespeople to address a government-projected shortage of skilled trades workers over the next decade.
“Our family has always been a strong supporter of apprenticeship,” said Carter. “We’ve had many College alumni working in our auto repair shops over the years—including John Haller, former Dean of Trades. We think the apprenticeship process is a wonderful thing and we’re proud to support trades training at the College.”
“We know that labour shortages for the trades sector as a whole are expected as early as 2016—with the Government of Canada predicting that our workforce will need one million additional skilled workers by 2020,” said Jim Hamilton, President of Okanagan College. “We are grateful to the Carter family for investing in our College’s future and helping us to provide students with state-of-the-art spaces to learn and succeed.”
“One piece of advice that I’ve always had for people starting out in any trade,” adds Carter, “is to keep learning. Learn your job well, and then learn the next job up. If you show that you’re hungry to learn, and that you want to keep building your skills, employers will take notice.”
Click here to read the full press release.

Curling comes to the stage in upcoming Red Dot Players production

Red Dot PlayersCapturing the heart of Canadian culture, The Okanagan College Red Dot Players present W.O. Mitchell’s comedy The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon at the Kelowna campus from March 5 to 8. The two-act play delivers quirky characters, clever dialogue and takes a fond look at the obsession with curling so typical of a prairie town.
Based on the classic literary tale of Faust's deal with the devil, the audience will be transported to the fictional town of Wildrose, Alberta in 1936 where protagonist Wullie, a shoe repairman, faces-off with the devil in the ultimate curling match. The stakes are high: a win means Wullie will ultimately earn gold at the upcoming Brier Championship, but if he loses, he not only loses his immortal soul to the devil, but – even worse in his opinion— he will have to play on the devil’s team in the Celestial Brier, a curling match between Heaven and Hell.
“One of the challenges with the script was to create an actual curling match on the stage," said the play’s director Mike Minions, Okanagan College's Educational Technology Coordinator. "Using the big lathe in the College's carpentry shop we built some wooden curling rocks on roller bearings."
The play’s cast of 10 and crew of five are comprised of a group of the College’s students, employees and alumni and English Professor Jeremy Beaulne is the artistic director.
Performances at the Kelowna campus theatre on March 5, 6, and 7 each start at 7 p.m., with an additional matinee on Sunday, March 8 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Okanagan College Campus Store, Mosaic Books, and at the door.  For more information visit the Red Dot Players website and read the press release.

SCMT students receive inaugural Oline Smith Awards

Oline Smith AwardIn memory of Penticton resident Oline Smith, her long-time friends and neighbours Bill and Grace Sawarin recently visited Okanagan College’s Penticton campus to present the inaugural Oline Smith Technology Awards to 15 students in the Sustainable Construction Management Technology (SCMT) program. The awards are valued at $1,000 each.
“Oline would have been so honoured and pleased,” said Grace Sawarin. “She was very proud of the accomplishments of the trades students in Penticton. It was very important to her that people get behind them and support their training.”
“This award will help me monumentally in my educational career,” explained award recipient Connie Ramey, who hopes to become a residential contractor or pursue a career in environmental sociology. “This gift has made possible the opportunity to follow my passion.”
Smith, who passed away in 2010 at the age of 92, had a life-long passion for learning, noted Grace Sawarin.
The Oline Smith Technology Awards will be presented annually to students in the three-year Sustainable Construction Management Technology diploma program who demonstrate a combination of academic achievement and financial need.
Follow this link to read the press release, and more information about Okanagan College awards, bursaries, and scholarships, can be found here.

Celebrating the Year of the Sheep

Lunar New Year 2015Embracing the College’s diverse multi-cultural community, staff and students gathered in the red and gold decorated Centre for Learning Atrium at the Kelowna campus on Feb. 19 for a celebration to welcome the Year of the Sheep.
Following a dramatic Dragon Dance led once again by Mr. Lee from the Chinese Freemasons Club, the event featured student performances and interactive stations that showcased the culturally rich celebration. Participants tried their hand at lantern making, a chopstick competition and brush writing. A bountiful buffet of traditional foods from the Asian Pear was served. Capping off the event, Russel Boris, the College’s International Education Director circulated to hand out ‘lucky money’ - red envelopes with chocolate gold coins.

Sign-up for IMPACT, the Foundation’s newsletter

Impact bannerIMPACT, the Okanagan College Foundation e-newsletter launched today. In each issue, read about how our donors are changing students’ lives for the better. Meet our donors and hear first-hand why they have chosen to support Okanagan College’s mission to transform lives and communities. The newsletter will also feature the latest and greatest news from the Bright Horizons Building for Skills Campaign and provide details about out how you can get involved with student awards, upcoming events, and other featured projects. To sign up for IMPACT, email Richard McAdam.


Alix Hawley launches first novel

Alix Hawley and Jim HamiltonMembers of the community, family, and College colleagues packed The Bohemian Café to congratulate English professor Alix Hawley on the launch of her debut novel, All True Not a Lie in It on Feb. 17. At the event, the crowd of 60 heard Hawley read a passage from her novel that recounts the adventures of American pioneer Daniel Boone who was held captive by a Shawnee Chief.
Hawley is named Knopf/Random House Canada’s New Face of Fiction for 2015. All True Not A Lie In It is now available in stores, including at Mosaic Books in Kelowna.

In memory of Betty Way (1935 – 2015) 

Retired Okanagan College support staff Betty Way passed away on Jan. 27 at the age of 79. In her time working at the College (1986-2000), Way was dedicated to supporting students who needed it most through her role with the Disability Services department. She also was an instructor and invigilator who is fondly remembered by those who knew her.

“I remember Betty as always being very compassionate and kind,” reflected Deb Matheson, retired Okanagan College IT Services Manager. “She helped a multitude of students over the years who had challenges to achieve their goal.”

A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 11 at 2 p.m. at All Saints Anglican Church in Vernon.

Feb. 24, 2015, Vol. 9, Issue 22

Last week for Employee Excellence and Alumni Awards nominations

It’s not too late to submit your nominations recognizing great colleagues and also OC alumni. Take a moment to recognize the achievements of those who have demonstrated excellence.
This is the last call for nominations for both the Employee Excellence Awards and the AOCC Alumni Awards:

  • Employee Excellence Award: deadline is midnight, Monday March 2. There are nine award categories including strong start, innovation, leadership, teaching excellence and the President’s Award among others. Follow this link for more information and to nominate a deserving colleague. Don’t forget to share if you have completed a credential, been published or received an external award this past year. A celebration event announcing the award recipients will be hosted at the Kelowna Campus on Wednesday May 13, 2015. Nomination forms are available here.
  • The OCAA Distinguished Alumni Award and Young Alumni Award: deadline is Saturday Feb. 28.  The awards recognize College Alumni who have demonstrated excellence in their field or have made impactful contributions in the community. The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes alumni for their impactful contributions in the areas of leadership, the environment, business or industry, public or community service, the arts, and/or support for the institution. The Young Alumni Award celebrates the outstanding contributions of an alumna or alumnus who is under the age of 35.  Detailed eligibility criteria and online nomination forms are available here and profiles of previous years’ recipients can be found at this link.

College Governance election update

Voting for the faculty and support staff seats with the College’s Board of Governors and Education Council will take place from March 9 to 13 online in myOkanagan. Faculty and staff can review candidate biographies and details on the positions available under the Elections tab in myOkanagan.
The following candidates are standing for election:

Board of Governors

Faculty (one seat)
  • Rene Dahms (AACP)
  • Matt Kavanagh (English)
  • Youry Khmelevsky (Computer Science)
  • Laura Thurnheer (Business)
Support Staff (one seat)
  • Alison Beaumont (Registrar’s Office)
  • CJ Mitchell (IT Services)

Education Council

Faculty – Central Okanagan (one seat)

  • Roen Janyk (Library)
  • Michelle Nicholson (Business)

Faculty – South Okanagan Similkameen

  • Frances Greenslade (declared elected by acclamation)

By-Election: Faculty Health & Social Development

  • Pam Wetterstrand (declared elected by acclamation)

Education Council is still looking for faculty candidates for the following positions: North Okanagan, Shuswap/Revelstoke, and the Science/Technology seat. Persons interested in these positions can contact Michelle Nicholson, Education Council Chair to discuss the opportunity.

Feedback needed: annual Calendar content review

The Registrar’s Office is asking department chairs to review Calendar content and submit any minor changes (those not requiring approval by Education Council) to Carlyn Young  by March 2, 2015.

A PDF version of the 2014-15 Calendar will be finalized at the end of March. Following this, the 2015-16 Calendar will be published.  Any program and course changes will always be included in the online Calendar as it is updated on a monthly basis. Chairs can review content online.

ILT newsletter Winter 2015

The Institute for Learning and Teaching’s Winter 2015 Enhancing the Practice of Learning and Teaching newsletter is now available. This latest edition focuses on the theme “Experiential Education and Service Learning” and includes numerous articles by faculty and staff from all campus locations, sharing their expertise, research and insights in a wide range of topics. Read the newsletter here.

If you have an idea for a future theme, feedback on this issue, or would like to review the submission guidelines for articles, visit the ILT Newsletter website.

Let’s play ball: Coyotes Baseball tickets on sale

Coyotes BaseballWinter will soon be behind us, and the spring is a great time to go to the ball-park. Season’s tickets for the Okanagan College Coyotes games are available for $25 from the Athletics, Recreation & Student Life Office A105 at the Kelowna campus. Great prizes are up for grabs for season tickets holders.
Cheer on the College’s team at the home opener game against Eastern Washington University on March 7 at Elks Stadium in Kelowna.  First pitch is at 2:30 p.m.
To keep score on all the news, photos and updates from the Coyotes click here.

Car service opp: alignment/steering 

The Automotive Service Technician foundation program is currently looking for service work in alignments/steering.   If you feel your vehicle could use this type of service or inspection please email Davor Kacic with your request. Click here to review the guidelines and criteria.

Paperless beneficiary tool online for BC Pension Plan 

Plan members can update their beneficiary information and nominate combinations of persons, trustees and organizations by logging on to My Account in the College Pension Plan or Municipal Pension Plan website to use the Nomination of Beneficiary Tool. Going online helps to reduce paper usage. This tool is secure and easy to use.
Nominating a beneficiary is a crucial part of estate planning. Keeping up-to-date and accurate information ensures final wishes with respect to pension benefits are followed. Employees also have access to the Nomination of Beneficiary form in the Benefits Form Resource Centre located on the Employee tab of myOkanagan.


Upcoming Strategic Plan stakeholder sessions

Helping to guide the College to 2020, the Strategic Plan committee will host a series of stakeholder sessions. The face-to-face sessions are an opportunity to get involved and provide your feedback.

Note your calendar for upcoming sessions:

  • Penticton campus: Feb. 25
  • Kelowna campus: Mar. 3, 4, and 5
  • Vernon campus: Mar. 10 and 11
  • Salmon Arm campus: Mar. 25 and 26
A detailed calendar of session dates and times at all campus locations can be found on the OC 2020 webpage.  View this video to find out more about the Strategic Plan and to review volunteer opportunities. Questions can be sent to Kerry Rempel.

Upcoming ILT lunch and learn events

ILT invites you on Thursday March 5 to join Karen Barnstable, Learner Centered Instruction Instructor and also Educational Leader with the BC Cancer Agency Prevention Programs in a presentation titled “Cancer prevention: it’s not beyond us.” The interactive session will share current information on the progress and challenges we face in the fight against cancer and also discuss new treatments and programs that are making a difference. Learn about the five lifestyle factors that prevent more than half of cancers. The session takes place from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Kelowna Campus, room H101.
On March 9, 10, 12 and 13, Rob St. Onge, Okanagan College’s Energy Manager, will present at each of the four college campuses in a session exploring sustainability at work and home. The interactive discussion will cover topics such as:  Okanagan College future sustainability plans, easy steps we can all take to contribute toward positive sustainability, and how to calculate our own personal carbon footprint.  The sessions all take place from 12 to 1 p.m. at the following campuses: 

  • Salmon Arm:  Monday, March 9, Room SA203
  • Vernon: Tuesday, March 10, Room A204
  • Kelowna: Thursday, March 12, Room E212
  • Penticton: Friday, March 13, Room PC120

To register for these ILT lunch and learn events, visit the website.

Managing stress and anxiety topic of talk by Dr. Justine Dowd

Dr. DowdAn upcoming presentation will discuss evidence-based strategies to help effectively reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. Join Dr. Justine Dowd from UBCO’s School of Health and Exercise Sciences who will be visiting the College for an open guest presentation to staff and students titled Self-compassion: how to get what you want in life by being your best self.  Dr. Dowd will lead the group through techniques and share tips that can help individuals cope with difficult situations in order to help you focus on achieving your goals in life. The event will be held at the Kelowna campus in room C234 on Wednesday March 11, from 1 to 2 p.m. To RSVP, contact Angelika March.

Who are the OC students? ILT workshop in Vernon

On Wednesday March 11 ILT presents an interactive workshop with James Coble, Director of Student Services, exploring what we know, or think we know, about our OC Student demographics. The snapshots we see each day in our interactions at work may lead us to believe that we know what the typical OC student is like, but are we correct?
The fun workshop involves using Socrative, a free interactive mobile polling app available for both Android and IPhone. Participants will choose from a variety of statistic of common OC student demographics. Following instantaneous polling the correct survey result will be revealed and discussed. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in room D221 at the Vernon Campus. A similar event will be held at the Kelowna at a later date.
Please register through the ILT website and download the Socrative (Student) app before attending. Alternatively, the tool can be used on any web browser as well. 

Early bird registration for half marathon, 10 K and relay race

In just over a month runners will storm through Kelowna streets for the 2015 Okanagan College Half Marathon, 10 K and Relay Race. Participants can register online for the Sunday, March 29 event and until March 2, take advantage of early bird pricing. If you would like to volunteer on race day, please contact Michelle Lowry.

Disability Resource Network of BC Conference

Registration is now open for the two-day annual DRNBC Post-Secondary Education 2015 conference in Vancouver May 21 and 22. Community members and educators from across the province will meet to discuss new ideas and the latest research in disability resource. This year’s theme looks at honouring the cultural diversity within the disability community with a keynote address given by Jonathan Mooney, best known as the author of The Short Bus.  For more information and to register, follow this link. Early bird pricing is currently available.


The Okanagan Saturday picked up on the press release and accompanying photo generated when the Okanagan College Students Union announced a $100,000 donation to the trades complex expansion and renovation project. noted the OCSU donation on its Facebook page. Castanet also carried the story and an Okanagan College-generated video. Kiss-FM carried the story as well. It also made the Lower Mainland digital press with a story in Vancouver City and Press.

Word of the Christian family donation of $75,000 to food-service seating in the trades complex also earned the Okanagan Sunday’s attention in an article on Page A3. The Kelowna Capital News carried the story on Feb. 13. The Carter Family donation of $100,000 – reported extensively in previous weeks – hit as well.

Dr. Barry McGillivray’s donation of $100,000 to establish the Centre for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research was noted on the front page of the Daily Courier’s business section on Feb. 18. The Okanagan Falls Daily News also carried the story, as did, and Veooz.

Word of Winter Indulgence, the sweet treat buffet developed by OC’s Pastry Arts students, hit the Daily Courier three days before the Valentine’s Day Event.

The Revelstoke Mountaineer carried a feature on Okanagan College’s ESL Settlement Assistance Program.

Minister Andrew Wilkinson visited Okanagan College’s Kelowna campus on Feb. 5 and shared news of $171,428 going toward trade equipment. Word of the announcement was carried in the Feb. 8 edition of the Vernon Morning Star.

The new construction craft worker program to be offered by Okanagan College was a front page story in the Penticton Herald and earned the second page of the Daily Courier’s business section as well. It also had play on

Gold Medal Plates came to the College in early February, and the Kelowna Capital News carried the story of Chefs battling in the kitchen as the front page feature on Feb. 11. The Penticton Herald noted Edmonton Chef Ryan O’Flynn’s victory in its Feb. 18 article. National exposure was the order of the day with the St. John’s Telegram carrying a feature by one of the GMP judges, Karl Wells, that mentioned the role the College plays.

Okanagan College English Professor Alix Hawley unveiled her first novel, All True Not a Lie in It  last week – the Daily Courier carried a promotional story on Feb. 13, as did the Kelowna Capital News. The Toronto Star had carried a review of the novel earlier as well. The Winnipeg Free Press jumped into the act with a review of the book.

The Vernon Morning Star ran OC’s press release on the environmental art competition and symposium on Feb. 14.

On Feb. 6, the Vernon Morning Star carried news that nominations are open for the Okanagan College Alumni Association Awards. The Kelowna Capital News followed suit on Feb. 11.

Stories about bursaries and scholarships distributed by the Okanagan College Foundation began to appear the week of Feb. 13, with the Vernon Morning Star including a colour photo of Gabriella Carr and professor Mark Nishihara. The Kelowna Capital News carried the article on bursary distribution on Feb. 20.

A celebratory photo of Cristina Corral crossing the finish line in last year’s College Half-Marathon accompanied a story announcing registration for this year’s March 29 event in the Champions section of the Daily Courier on Feb. 20.

The road-weary Okanagan College Coyotes returned to Kelowna with 8,300 additional kilometres on their team bus, amassed as they logged 14 games in eight days travel through the west coast of the U.S. The Coyotes home opener is March 7 at Elks stadium – all facts caught in the Feb. 20 edition of the Kelowna Capital News. Castanet carried a story about the Coyotes too.

Okanagan College alumnus (and Kelowna Mayor) Colin Basran presented his state-of-the-city address to the Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 11. – captured in a story by Daily Courier business reporter Steve MacNaull in the Feb. 12 newspaper. Kelowna Capital News reporter Alistair Waters’ story on the speech was carried in the Feb. 13 edition of his paper. Interesting to note that the Mayor referred to Okanagan College as one of the four pillars of the local economy. The others being Kelowna General Hospital, the Kelowna International Airport and UBC Okanagan. The speech – and the four pillars reference – also figured into coverage by InfoTel News.

CANStruction, a foodraiser for the Kelowna and Westside Foodbanks and the Salvation Army organized in part by Enactus Okanagan College, earned photo coverage in the Feb. 17 Kelown Daily Courier and a story in the Feb. 16 edition. Castanet also carried a story about CANStruction.

Kimberleigh Trops, a business student at Okanagan College, is among those joining the newly formed Suk’ʷtəmsqilxʷ West Kelowna Arts Council (SWAC), whose launch was covered by Castanet.

On Feb. 11, a group of Okanagan College’s international students were learning how to skate at Kelowna’s Stuart Park – and were captured on film for the Daily Courier by photographer Gary Nylander.

Dragons’ Den is coming to Kelowna – specifically Okanagan College – on March 4, a fact that didn’t escape Castanet.

Word the Okanagan College and Okanagan College Faculty Association had signed off on a tentative template agreement (still subject to local bargaining) was carried by Castanet on Feb. 20.

Fifty years ago, as Kelowna was reveling in the fact of the B.C. Vocational School, Vernon Mayor Ellwood Rice was saying that Vernon deserved its own college, a fact that was noted in the Daily Courier’s regular feature “A Look Back at Life in the Okanagan.”

Okanagan College’s press release on the Science in Society Speaker Series was picked up in the Okanagan Sunday on Feb. 15. The topic was sports concussions, featuring Dr. Paul van Donkelaar. The Vernon Morning Star picked up the same release in its Feb. 15 edition.

Yetis Farm, the Kelowna-based animation studio, and co-owner Ashley Ramsay were the foci of an article by Kelowna Daily Courier reporter Steve MacNaull on Feb. 17. The article noted the number of hires for the growing company from the ranks of grads from Okanagan College and UBC Okanagan.

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