The community of Mayo is located at the confluence of the Mayo and Stewart rivers in the heart of the Yukon, approximately 400 km north of Whitehorse.
Situated within the Traditional Territory of the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun, the campus has always played a dynamic role in community education. Partnerships with local and territorial organizations, the First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun and employers within the area have greatly contributed to the success of the Mayo Community Campus.
*Photo of participants holding their completed drums after taking a drum making course at the Mayo Campus
Taste of Mayo lunch potlucks
Head to the Mayo campus on the last Monday of every month for their Taste of Mayo potlucks.
An opportunity to get together with other community members for some fun, laughter and good food - the only cost is a dish to share!
Along with on-campus programs, special events and distance learning courses allowing community members to pursue full and part-time studies, the campus offers community computer and internet access, and space for other community events.
The team from left to right: Bobbi-Lee Melancon, Sandy Washburn, Laura Erickson, John Reid.
Intended for frontline workers who encounter clients dealing with Intimate Partner Violence in their lives and members of the general public who may be neighbours, friends or family members of people subjected to Intimate Partner Violence, this webinar will explore the basics of intimate partner
This course provides an introduction to the functions and concepts of a relational database system using Microsoft Access. Students will learn to create, maintain, query, and print a database; design effective reports and forms, and create and present data asreports and forms.
This year we are running two courses WO001 – Basic Small Water Systems Operations and WO001L-Small Water System Operator Lab together to allow for both in-class and hands-on learning (improved learning experience).
Developed by the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, this course is designed for those who would like a “taste” of mindful self-compassion, or those who are short on time and would otherwise find it difficult to take the full training course in Mindful Self-Compassion.
This webinar is intended for frontline workers who encounter clients involved with family law and court after leaving a relationship in which they were subjected to IPV; and others who may be neighbours, friends or family members of people in this situation.
This 3.5 day course is designed to prepare the participants to write their Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) exam for Bulk Water Delivery (required by the Yukon Government Drinking Water Regulation).
This webinar builds on the learnings from Intimate Family Violence and Family Law Part 1, which is a prerequisite for registration in Part 2.
It is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the realities of family law for survivors of IPV.
Building on the foundational concepts introduced in ACCT101 and ACCT102, this course will introduce students to the practical application of accounting theory using Sage 50, an industry standard, integrated computerized accounting system.