For those who couldn’t make it, I wanted to pass along a huge ‘THANKS!” for helping to make this year another successful year for the Environmental Technology Program.
Without the ongoing support of our program partners, and our alumni, we wouldn’t be able to deliver the programming that we do.
THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH!!
In order to recognize our ETP Class of 2014, here is a list of this year’s graduates:
- Peter Aqqaq
- Lisa Bachellier
- Jason Etooangat
- Randy Hinanik
- Alannah Kataluk-Primeau
- Alex Kilabuk
- Jordan Koonoo
- Harry Pearce
- Angulalik Pedersen
- David Anavilok
- Courtney Cox
- Steven Lonsdale – HONOUR ROLL – ETP Student of the Year – Nunatta Campus Valedictorian
- Chantelle Masson – HONOUR ROLL
- Jonathan Mesher
- Karlene Napayok
- Peterloosie Papatsie
- Candice Sudlovenick – HONOUR ROLL
Most of our grads are now, or will soon be, working for many of our partners all across Nunavut.
This summer we have grads and returning students working for AANDC, DFO, Environment Canada, Parks Canada, CNGO, CHARS, QIA, NRI, GN-DoE, GN-ED&T, various researchers, and others.
2014 Diploma graduates and Honour Roll students Candice Sudlovenick, Chantelle Masson and Steven Lonsdale.
We have also had a banner application season for our September start. In terms of total number of applicants, and the quality of the applications, it is our best application season yet. In fact, our program is now full, and we have a growing wait list of solid applicants.
In short, the program continues to move forward with growing momentum. The future looks bright for the program, our students, and of course our graduates … and those organizations that employ them.
We look forward to seeing our new and returning students in the fall, and working with all of you, our partners and alumni, again next year.
Wishing you all a fun and safe and summer.
Senior Instructor, Environmental Technology Program