Woodworking or Carving
December 10 | 6-9pm
Join us to learn or participate in woodworking or wood carving at the Carcross Campus. All are welcome to join!
Holiday Open House
December 11 | 1-4pm
Join us for snacks and to learn more about upcoming programming at the campus. Everyone is welcome!
Recording Traditional Stories
January 20 - March 12, 2020
Yáax’ g̲anú i een kank̲alneegí - Sit here so I can tell you a story...This 8-week program teaches essential skills to record traditional stories digitally.
To register for any of the following programs or for more information, contact the Carcross Campus at 867.821.8800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Recording Digital Stories - Essential Skills Program | January 20-March 13 2020
Yáax’ g̲anú i een kank̲alneegí - Sit here so I can tell you a story...This 8-week full-time program will cover interviewing skills, digital skills, health & wellness, Lingít language and a story booklet group project. Participants will receive a certificate of complete. The program is offered in partnership between the Yukon College, C/TFN Heritage, Lands and Natural Resources Department, Health and Wellness Department and Capacity Development Department.
January-April, 2020 | Wednesdays & Thursdays | 10am-12pm
This course is designed to help students build the interpersonal and technical skills needed to successfully manage small to medium-scale projects and plan events in communities. Students will gain knowledge, skills and practical experience initiating, planning, implementing and closing projects. Special consideration will be given to the project/event context, including cultural protocols and practices. Students will have an opportunity to apply a project management framework and techniques to the design of a relevant education and/or employment support project.
Monday to Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm
Give us a shout or drop in during campus hours to learn about upcoming programs, events and on-demand courses.