Scholarship Flight Ground School

Full Ground School Course on Air Law and Procedures, Navigation and Radio Aids, Meteorology, Airframes, Engines and Systems, Theory of Flight, Flight Instruments, Flight Operations, Human Factors, prerequisite studies for Transport Canada’s Private Pilot Written Examination. One hour introductory Flight Lesson.

Prospective applicants must be at least 14 years old, and must be able to provide two character references. Character references can be submitted via email  with the name of the prospective applicant in the subject of the email or by mail to 30940 Liberator Avenue Abbotsford, BC, V2T 6H5

All steps in the application process must be completed and submitted by January 31st.

Apply: Scholarship | Canwest Flight Training | British Columbia

District Programs

Interested in becoming a skilled tradesperson? Want to get started before you graduate? Check out the Youth Train in Trades programs. We offer students the opportunity to begin their in Level 1 training in more than 12 recognized trades. We pay the tuition. 

Deadline by March 8, 2021 contact

We also offer many other valuable programs. Check these out: 

  • Community & Public Safety Course 
  • Introduction to Practice for Child & Youth Care Counsellors Course
  • Introduction to Legal Office Procedures Course
  • Introduction to Health Science Course
  • Explorations in Aviation Careers Program
  • Education Assitant Diploma Program
  • Drafting/CADD Citation in CADD Technologies
  • Emily Carr Headstart in Art
For more information on these programs and the trade programs go to Career – Clayton Heights (

Green Bricks Career Conference 

Green Bricks is very pleased to offer to grade 10-12 students FREE participation in the Green Collar Futures Career Conference on Saturday February 20, 2021 held virtually this year.

Space is VERY LIMITED so students can register at  Students MUST be registered by February 16, 2021 (or earlier as spaces will fill up) to attend this event.


Are you a student in grades 10-12?

Explore your options at this FREE green collar career conference for secondary students on Saturday February 20, 2021 from 9:00 – 2:30 held virtually this year.

The “green economy” is changing the face of the workplace in BC and around the world. This day is dedicated to students in secondary school to learn about exciting and endless career opportunities. Futures is much more than a career fair as it allows you to interact with career mentors from various sustainability related careers who have excelled in and are passionate about their green careers.

This interactive career workshop will be offered free of charge to 150 young people and will allow participants the opportunity to:

  • Meet and interact with amazing and successful people who will share their sustainability career paths in breakout sessions where career mentors will share their career journeys
  • Learn about emerging sustainability career opportunities in B.C. and internationally
  • Listen to an inspirational keynote address from Dr. Nicholas Dulvy, SFU Professor of Marine Biodiversity & Conservation
  • Meet the engaging Marissa Bergeron, founder of Eat the Dishes: a local, zero waste and 100% vegan food catering company
  • Find out what it takes to reach your goals

The workshop will conclude with a wrap-up session and a chance for the participants to win prizes, including a $500 scholarship. You must be registered to attend. Register early as space is very limited.

This conference is made possible by the support of our event sponsors:

BC Hydro

Hamber Foundation

TKS Free Virtual Presentation

Free Virtual Presentation
Learn from the world’s top innovators Meet the woman who keeps your Netflix stream, well… streaming. Amy Smidutz will answer your questions about working at Netflix and how her work keeps your favourite streaming platform running smoothly for all 127 million subscribers. Amy will be shattering stereotypes about #women in STEM at the next TKS Talks on Jan 23 at 1 -2 pm EST. Share this link with your students so they can sign up today >

Canadian Universities Event

As you may already know, the Canadian Universities Event (CUE) will be hosting its first ever winter event next week. On Wednesday, January 20th and Thursday, January 21st between 4:00 and 7:00 PM (PST), 48 post-secondaries from across Canada will be available to BC high school students to answer questions and provide information. These sessions are Q&A style – presentations will not be offered. Students are encouraged to drop in and ask questions to representatives from institutions.
In order to access the event, students must register at Students who registered for CUE in Fall 2020 can continue to use the same login information to access CUE in winter through

Law Enforcement Studies Virtual Information Session

Law Enforcement Studies Virtual Information Session
Thursday, January 21, 2021
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

The JIBC Justice & Public Safety Division is pleased to announce a special afternoon virtual information session for our law enforcement studies diploma and degree programs.
This session is open to individual students and secondary school groups interested in learning about the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma and Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies programs. The online event will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Students, teachers or groups of students/classes are invited to attend this session. Please complete the following online registration form, and a link to join will be sent to you before the session date.

District Partnership Programs 

District Partnership Programs

The Surrey School district offers over twenty District Partnership Programs to students who are interested in trades training or an academic program. District Partnership Programs provide students with an opportunity to earn credit toward graduation from secondary school at the same time as they are earning credit toward post-secondary programs.

District Partnership Programs are delivered in collaboration with local post-secondary institutes and industry training providers. While some of the dual credit programs have an academic focus, the Youth Train in Trades Programs enable students to begin training in specific trades. 

Benefits to Students

  • Earn high school and post-secondary credits
  • Begin training for a career while still in high school
  • Acquire marketable skills
  • Save money.  Tuition is paid for by the Surrey School District

For more information, check out the links on this page or contact your school-based career facilitator.

Please see your career facilitator Mr. Fisher to obtain an application package.

Programs – Career Education (   

See the link for the list of programs Deadline to apply is March 11 2021

Richmond Campus VIRTUAL Open House

Richmond Campus VIRTUAL Open House

We invite you and your students to join us on Thursday, January 21st to learn what is possible at KPU’s Richmond campus <> . There will be demos and live presentations from faculty and staff. You’ll get the chance to pick up some cool tips and tricks such as creating a digital portfolio to the intricacies of farm management. Sign up here if you are interested in the KPU Richmond Virtual Open House <> ! Lots of prizes and tuition waivers to be won