Camosun launches technology program pathways for women, Indigenous peoples

Camosun College is launching two new program pathways that will help women and Indigenous individuals explore careers in technology. The Women in Technology Pathway and the Indigenous Peoples in Technology Pathway are both 12-week, tuition-free programs that focus on computer science and civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering. The provincial government has provided funding to increase the number of seats in the programs, which will launch in Fall 2024 and Winter 2025, respectively. “With these new seats we will be able to open the doors to a rewarding career in tech for two underserved groups,” said Camosun President Lane Trotter.

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