Welcome to Community Education at CNC!
CNC's Community Education department creates opportunities for marginalized and socially excluded individuals to access education and other resources. It is our belief that post-secondary education should be attainable for anybody who wishes to pursue it.
Our program offerings are constantly changing as we attempt to meet the needs of the people and communities we serve and as funding sources change.
ITA-LMA is sponsoring Aboriginal Students in the Trades Foundation programs. Contact Shannon MacKay, CNC's Aboriginal Student Advisor, to see if you are eligible to be sponsored! Seats are still available in the Carpentry Foundation and Plumbing Foundation programs.
CNC's Street Humanities program will run this semester - September 2015 in partnership with the Association Advocating for Women and Children (AWAC). This program offers Liberal Arts courses to marginalized men and women in our community. Contact the AWAC offce at 250-562-6262 to be a participant or Rachelle Munchinsky volunteer in Prince George to sign up.
Adventure Seekers has been part of CNC since 2005. This program is designed for young adults aged 18–30 who have a severe to moderate developmental disability, have completed their secondary education and have a strong interest in learning. For information on September 2015 registration Contact Rachelle Munchinsky
Light Warehouse Training Program, 2011.