July 10, 2014
For James Beck, a Capilano University School of Business graduate and member of the nearby Squamish First Nation, the Human Resources profession promises a rewarding career and the opportunity to help his people along the way.
Beck has taken part in and graduated from several programs and courses of study at Cap, including a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Strategic Human Resource Management Advanced Diploma and an Accounting Support Certificate. He believes all this learning greatly contributed to him obtaining his current position as a Recruitment and Orientation Coordinator with the Squamish Nation. More...
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