Legion Military Skills Conversion program recognizes graduates and volunteers
The Royal Canadian Legion and BCIT thank some of their most dedicated program volunteers. L-R: Bob Brady (RCL BC / Yukon Command president), Lindsay Noyes (Enactus (SIFE) BCIT president), Justine Arsenault (Enactus (SIFE) BCIT project manager), Michael Woolley (student veteran liaison) , Natalie Condrashoff (BCIT Legion Project Manager), Kathy Ensor (RCL BC / Yukon Command vice president).
On April 10, the Legion Military Skills Conversion program formally recognized its 2012 graduates, along with the Enactus BCIT (formerly SIFE BCIT) volunteers who have been involved with the program this past academic year.
Royal Canadian Legion BC / Yukon Command Executive members Kathy Ensor (Vice-President) and Sharel Fraser (Director) speak with graduating veteran students.
Members from the Royal Canadian Legion BC/Yukon Command, BCIT faculty and staff, and select industry professionals also attended to meet with the volunteers and grads.
Inga Kruse, executive director of the Royal Canadian Legion BC / Yukon Command, speaks about how important it is for the Legion to support veterans returning to post-secondary education.
Congratulations to all graduates!
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