Helen Mallett started teaching in Camosun’s Practical Nursing program in 1971. At that time, the Practical Nursing program was offered at Junction Campus.
Brian Silvester was born into a sea-faring family. At the age of 16, he left home and apprenticed as a ship’s officer in the Merchant Navy.
Ray Fischer came to Camosun in 1981 to develop the new Sheet Metal Worker apprenticeship program. His first assignment was to design the shop within the confines of a chalk line on the floor in the Jack White Building.
Thelma led with her head and her heart…
Over her 46 years of service, the longest anyone has served at Camosun, Grace was dedicated to student success and gave back to the college which had become like a family or a “second home” to her.
For Conversations Day 2021 – The Camosun Community celebrated 50 years of fun and success in this video montage of faculty and staff through the decades.
Dr. Skip Dick, Songhees Elder, provides territorial greetings.
Elder Butch Dick offers the Story of Camossung.
50th anniversary well-wishes and shout-outs from some special Camosun College supporters from across B.C. and our nation!
As Camosun College celebrates its milestone 50th this year, the college is launching a unique anniversary logo designed by Coast Salish artist Dylan Thomas.