September 2018

Yukon residents pursuing studies in early childhood education can now apply for funding toward the cost of their studies at accredited post-secondary institutions in Canada. Early Childhood Education Bursaries are available to both full and part-time students.

Students pursuing full-time studies in a recognized early childhood education program can apply for $2,000 per term for up to 4 terms. Those in part-time studies can apply for up to $500 per course, to a maximum of 2 courses per year.

Applications for bursaries for full-time studies must be received on or before October 1, 2018. Part-time applicants can apply any time.

WHITEHORSE—Dr. Janet Welch has joined YukDr. janet Welchon College as vice president Academic and Student Services.  

Wally Rude, Colleen Wirth and Michael Hale
(l-r) Yukon College senior executives Wally Rude, Colleen Wirth and Michael Hale.

WHITEHORSE—Yukon College has adopted a new sexualized violence prevention and response policy

Abdullah at the Fish ladder
Abdullah Alaboud visited the Whitehorse Fish Ladder during his first week in Yukon.

WHITEHORSE—23-year-old Abdullah Alaboud