From left; Tanya Rexin, Shirley Grant, Cameron Campbell, Ivan Woods, Sandra Bovingdon, Vernon Joseph, Willow Ellsworth, Mary-Anne Amos and Brent Sunshine. (Photo supplied)

Kitimat LNG gives six students a major cash boost

They will be able to study further

Kitimat LNG has made the studies of six students that much easier with a $1,000 bursary – each!

The Environmental Natural Resources Technologist (ENRT) diploma students are currently completing their third semester of studies with Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) through KVI.

“The NVIT course studies will continue in September and the students will be working over the summer.

“Two of the students have accepted summer work experience placements with the Ministry of Forests’ timber sales office in Terrace,” said KVI’s Tanya Rexin.

“We are so thankful for the support of these students in their diploma studies.”

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