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July 22, 2011

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New website helps members connect with community

VICTORIA—With a brand new video from CUPE 2081 members at Camosun College, CUPE has launched a new website to help connect workers in the college sector to each other and their communities.

CUPE members in the B.C. colleges sector help students in British Columbia receive quality post-secondary education from application to graduation. They are behind the scenes, in the classroom, and active in campus communities across the province.

This website is about telling their stories and how their work helps students achieve success in their chosen field of study.

CUPE represents approximately 3,000 support and teaching staff in B.C.'s colleges sector.


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