The SHURE Initiative recently caught up with Linda Mueller, an accomplished professional holding a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management and Graduate Certification in HR Management. Linda currently serves as the Director of Ancillary Services at Northern Lights College Fort St. John Campus, nestled in the heart of Central British Columbia.
As of this writing, the temperature in this scenic location stands at -6 degrees Fahrenheit or -21 degrees Celsius! Situated on the picturesque north edge of the city, right next to a breathtaking park and the mesmerizing Fish Creek Community Forest, the Fort St. John campus warmly welcomes over 1,800 students each year. It provides them with a comfortable and conducive atmosphere to pursue their educational journey.
Thanks to its convenient access to the city’s transit system, the campus remains easily reachable while still maintaining a serene environment that occasionally plays host to the graceful presence of wildlife, including moose, deer, foxes, and even bears.
According to Linda, the captivating photos effortlessly capture the essence of life on campus in the northern-central region of Canada during the month of January. These images beautifully showcase different aspects of the Northern Lights College campus, including the student housing in Dawson Creek, BC.
If you work in university planning or student accommodation, send your winter photos and videos to The SHURE Initiative!