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top... Ian Gladstone, a graduate from Camosun College, is a Salish from Bella Bella.

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Congratulatory letter from The Honourable Steven L. Point, OBC, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, on the official launch of FNCC.

 
FNCC... empowering First Nations people

John Leech, AScT, CAE, Executive Director for ASTTBC (left), passing ASTTBC's talking stick to Tim Duerden, AScT, First Nations Careers Council, at the FNCC Launch on April 24th 2009 in Kamloops, BC.

 
Empowering First Nations

Tim Duerden, AScT, First Nations Careers Council (FNCC), and John Leech, AScT, CAE, Executive Director, Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC), are pleased to announce that the FNCC launch in Kamloops, BC, was well attended with all those taking part contributing to a very successful event!

The FNCC was formed in May 2008 by ASTTBC for the purpose of assisting Aboriginal* technologists and technicians promote technology careers and the application of technology in Aboriginal communities. The FNCC Board is made up of Aboriginal technologists and technicians, and will be augmented by other interested persons willing to assist with our work.

In the fall of 2008, FNCC worked on a statement of purpose and its corporate identity. The FNCC has now approved its Vision and Mission Statement...

Vision

Aboriginal people confidently navigate their way through the education system both scholastically and financially leading to rewarding careers in applied science technology.

Mission

To empower Aboriginal people to achieve rewarding careers in applied science technology.

 

* Aboriginal includes First Nations, Metis, and Inuit.

The Council went out to Aboriginal communities with a contest to secure a design for the FNCC logo and corporate identity. A logo has been adopted and will be profiled during the launch of FNCC. The FNCC is formulating its business plan, web site, and other corporate collateral.

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The Council

Aboriginal technologists, technicians, and technical specialists have come together to form the First Nations Careers Council (FNCC). In addition to Aboriginal, the Council comprises other stakeholders interested in working with FNCC and Aboriginal communities to enhance careers.

Purpose

The FNCC was formed to provide access to information on education and careers in applied science technology. While the focus will be on 'technology', the Council will link with broader career information and serve a larger audience.

Technology is Our Career Focus

The Council has been formed to empower Aboriginal students to achieve successful careers in the broad field of applied science technology, including architectural, biomedical, bioscience, building, civil, electrical, electronics, environmental, mechanical, and many other related technology disciplines.

We invite you to contact FNCC to tell us of your interest and willingness to assist us in our work.

For more information...

First Nations Careers Council

T: 604.585.2788
F: 604.585.2790
E:

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ASTTBC is a self-governing professional association of over 10,000 technologists, technicians, and technical specialists in the fields of applied science technology. For more info, visit... www.asttbc.org

 
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Adams Lake irrigation survey

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News...

 

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Vancouver Gala

 

Reconciliation Session: Understanding the Village ASTTBC Builds Public Works Technician (PWT) Program in Partnership with First Nations

 

Ahousat First Nation Delivers Career Tour – These Kids are Stoked! – Thanks to ASTTBC

 

ASTTBC Celebrates Agreement on Aboriginal Education

 

ASTTBC & FNCC Celebrate National Aboriginal Day

 

Aboriginal Opportunities Forum 2016 Presented by CN

 

BC's Career Guide for Aboriginal People

 

Minister Shirley Bond Talks Tech Skills with ASTTBC

 

BC Science Outreach Workshop

 

Salish Artist Len McKay Carves Eagle Feathers for ASTTBC

 

College President Talks Tech Programming in Northern BC

 

Minister of Education Connects with ASTTBC

 

Camosun VP and ASTTBC CEO Meet on Tech Education

 

Prime Minister Speaks on Truth & Reconciliation Commission: ASTTBC Supports Aboriginal Programming

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