Gearing Up for Tech Jobs

ITE Department Program Updates at Salish Kootenai College Tech jobs projected to grow at roughly twice the rate of overall employment – SKC Gears Up Starting Fall Quarter 2022, Salish Kootenai College will offer two new one-year certificates in Computer Science (CS) and Computer Programming (CP). The Computer Science track emphasis provides fundamental computer science…

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2022 Student Affairs Conference

Salish Kootenai College and AIHEC invite you to the 31st Annual Student Affairs Conference, July 24-27, 2022.  The theme of the conference is Post Pandemic Revitalization and Renewal, Continuing TCU Partnerships.   You are invited to participate either in person or via Zoom.  In-person attendees will pay a $150 Registration Fee.  Those participating via Zoom will not pay a…

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2022 Montana Early Childhood Tribal Language Summit

  Tapistékʷ qes čmšqnmi “Never Give Up”   Maʾȼʾat pasin Summit Information When:  June 16-17, 2022*Where:  Salish Kootenai College – Pablo, MTCost:  FREE !! * A Meet & Greet with light hors d’oeuvres will take place at the KwaTaqNuk Resort & Casino (Michel/Victor room) on June 15th, 6:00-8:00pm. Sponsors: Salish Kootenai College, National AI/AN Head Start Collaboration Office (NAIANHSCO), …

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Our Seasonal Rounds

The Seasonal Round is a representation of the Salish and Pend d’Oreilles movements and activities. The circle symbolizes a map and calendar that breaks down activities done in the different quadrants, embodying time and place.  The Division of Education uses “The Seasonal Round” to teach students in the program the different traditional science usage. The…

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What to do if you get sick at college.

The combination of stress, lack of getting enough sleep, and being around lots of people at college can cause students to get sick more frequently. When you are sick, much of your energy will be used to fight the illness. Since we are still in the middle of flu season, we want to remind you…

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2018 SKC Spring New Student Orientation

SKC Students Studying in the Robert Depoe III Building

Mark your calendar! Salish Kootenai College New Student Orientation (NSO) is Friday, March 30th, 2018. NSO will begin 8:30 AM  Friday, March 30th at the Robert Depoe III Building (see campus map below) with a Meet and Greet Session including a coffee bar and music. New students must check in by 8:45 AM. You will receive a…

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The Power of Sleep

The Power of Sleep

What are your sleep habits? Do you get enough sleep? Although it may be hard to believe, humans spend one-third their lives sleeping. The average person sleeps between 7-8 hours a night. It is possible to either get too much sleep (Really?) or not get enough sleep (most common!). Restorative sleep is critical to the…

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Book Wins National Award

Capturing Education

By the CHAR-KOOSTA NEWS PABLO — The American Library Association’s Choice Magazine has selected a Salish Kootenai College Press book as one of the outstanding academic books of 2016. The honored book is Paul Boyer’s history of the early years of the tribal college movement, Capturing Education: Envisioning and Building the First Tribal Colleges. Boyer…

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