In response to COVID-19, all in-person events at all of our campuses, including the Haines Junction Campus, have been cancelled until June 30. However, we are still available via email, phone and video-conference.
The community of Haines Junction is located within the Traditional Territory of Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.
Located on the doorstep of Kluane National Park and Reserve, the community of Haines Junction boasts stunning mountain views and endless opportunities for hiking and other outdoor pursuits.
English 030 is a ninety-hour course that introduces students to academic writing, reading, and communication skills. The writing component of this course includes an introduction to the writing process, and the development of a variety of paragraphs.
In this course, students will develop foundational skills in the following areas: critical thinking and reading, writing and research, and speaking and listening.
This course provides instruction in the traditional arts of moose hair and caribou hair tufting, porcupine quill work, and fish scale art. Instruction will include the collection, cleaning, dyeing and storing of these natural materials and the tools and supplies required for each art form.
To build on their artistic skills, students will apply the knowledge, skills, and techniques learned in the program’s art courses to design and construct a variety of products and small crafts. Emphasis will be placed on product development for the marketplace.
Campus hours & location
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
Box 5531, 152 Haines Road
Haines Junction, Y0B 1L0
Give us a shout or drop in during campus hours to learn about upcoming programs, events and on-demand courses.