Mark is visiting 25 public post-secondary institutions to engage, listen and learn with students, faculty and staff.
CNC President Henry Reiser says the Minister’s visit “was an opportunity to demonstrate how CNC is continuing to grow and respond to the needs of students, employees and the communities we serve.”
Minister Mark toured the International Education department, the Aboriginal Resource Centre, the Heavy Duty Mechanic building construction site, the PG Technology building, along with the Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Program, and Medical Radiography Program departments.
“Thank you so much to the students, staff and faculty at CNC for a great visit to your Prince George campus”, said Minister Mark. “I’m so impressed with the generosity of this community and the incredible response to the wildfire situation.”
During her visit Mark met with members of the CNC Board and executive along with representatives from CNC’s Faculty Association, CUPE and the CNC Students Union.