Back: Brent Sunshine (Education Manager, KVI), Tom Willms (NVIT Department Head, Natural Resource Technology), Ivan Woods, Cameron Campbell, Vern Joseph, Willow Ellsworth Front: Chief Cllr. Crystal Smith (Haisla Nation), Kyle Grant, Mary Anne Amos, Shirley Grant, Tanya Rexin (KVI President). (Photo supplied)

These KVI grads are still green

NVIT Environmental Natural Resources Technician Certificate Program.

A graduation ceremony was held in December at Kitimat Valley Institute for the graduates of the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) Environmental Natural Resources Technician Certificate Program.

KVI hosts the program for NVIT, which helps ensure that graduates are well rounded in various natural resource sectors such as forestry, fish and wildlife, grasslands, ecology and environmental assessment.

The program offers many various career paths for students that allows them to travel anywhere that they may choose within the natural resources sector.

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