Baptista Tique, a student coordinator at Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) from Mozambique, spent 10-days in Terrace working with Holly Hovland, director of student development and student services at Northwest Community College (NWCC) and Laura Ross from the Skeena Diversity Centre to practice his English skills and speak about the partnership between CICan, students in Mozambique and NWCC on May 3. Back row from left: Holly Hovland, Matthew Daratha, Erika Loggin, Irene Varghese, Matúš Benko. Front row from left: Saša Loggin, Baptista Tique, Laura Ross, Kezia Sinkewicz, Estelle Mitchell, Patti Hone. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Student coordinator from Mozambique visits Terrace

Baptista Tique gave a final presentation at the Skeena Diversity Centre during his last day on May 3

Baptista Tique, a student coordinator at Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) from Mozambique, spent 10-days in Terrace working with Holly Hovland, director of student development and student services at Northwest Community College (NWCC) and Laura Ross from the Skeena Diversity Centre to practice his English skills and speak about the partnership between CICan, students in Mozambique and NWCC on May 3.


 


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Baptista Tique speaking at the Skeena Diversity Centre in Terrace for his final presentation on May 3. (Brittany Gervais photo)

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