Telecommunications Systems Technician Information Session and TourWednesday, July 8th 5:00 pm –6:00 pmBCIT Burnaby CampusRegisterThe Telecommunications Systems Technician Information session will begin with a brief overview of BCIT and of the program, followed by a tour of the program areas.Program staff will be on hand to answer your questions
Virtual Information Session for New and Prospective Arts and Science Students June 25, 2020 4:00 pm –5:00 pmRegisterJune 30, 20204:00 pm –5:00 pm Register Join us for a one-hour session facilitated by a Counsellor to learn about studying at Langara and transferring to university.We’ll cover registration, pre-requisites, course planning, the BC Transfer Guide, student support at Langara, and more
Applications are now being accepted for YELLSurrey Schools is once again offering the YELL (Young Entrepreneurship and Leadership Launchpad) program to students entering Grades 10, 11 or 12 this September.Based on university entrepreneurship programs as well as best practices from Silicon Valley, the course is not only for students who are interested in business and innovation, but those keen on learning more about how the world works and putting their ideas into action. Students will have the opportunity to work with mentors, develop a ground-breaking business concept and compete in a venture competition.Location: Queen Elizabeth Continuing Education, 9457 King George BoulevardDates: September 30, 2020 –May 19, 2021 Times: 4:00 –6:45 pm every Wednesday night Location: Semiahmoo Secondary, 1785 148 StreetDates: September 29, 2020 –May 18, 2021 Times: 4:00 –6:45 pm every Tuesday night
Building Service Worker Program –Custodial CertificationPlease share information about this new 5 week certificate program with friends, family members and former students. (Note: applicants must be 19 years of age or older.)Upon successful completion of the Surrey Community College’s Building Service WorkerProgram, students will receive BSW certification. As well, all students who successfully complete the program will be offered a job interview for possible employment within the Surrey School District.Dates: August 17, 2020 –September 18, 2020Time: 6:00 pm –10:00 pmCost: $625.00
June 30, 2020
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Interested in aligning your career with your passion? Come learn about Langara’s Recreation Studies programs and how they can advance/benefit your career. Make an impact in your community in this interdisciplinary field. Learn more about the Recreation Studies programs at Langara and the careers that they lead to. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to the Zoom session
Nuclear Medicine Online Information Session
Thursday, June 25th
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Nuclear medicine uses biological tracers combined with radioactive material to produce images that help diagnose and manage disease. BCIT’s highly regarded Nuclear Medicine Technology program is the only one of its kind in BC. Our quality instructors and in-hospital clinical training prepare students to start their careers the moment they graduate.
VIFF 2020 – Online High School Program
As we move forward with plans for our annual fall festival and year-round program, we are excited about finding new ways in which we can share the magic of cinema with teachers and students. From stories of youth exploring identity to films that capture historical moments and untold stories, we believe our student-focused films can be used as a powerful educational tool in developing critical thinking skills and exposure to different perspectives. Anticipating that this fall’s VIFF will primarily be online, we’re hoping to gauge your interest in an online version of our high school screening series. Whether you’ve participated in the past or not, your input will be invaluable. Our online program would see films curated by VIFF programmers made available through VIFF’s own online platform. Screenings could be complemented by Q&As with filmmakers or discussions with subject matter experts.
Camp Ignite is excited to announce that we will be going ahead with a one day Mentorship program on August 9, 2020. Given the limitations of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the previous format of our program was unable to go ahead. The Justice Institute has enabled us to utilize their facility for the day to put on a condensed version for grade 12 students who would otherwise miss out on the opportunity of attending Ignite. We will be following all guidelines by the provincial health director and have identified appropriate activities and limited our youth participant number to accommodate social distance proximities.
Any youth still interested in applying can send applications email@example.com and we will contact them with further details on this and other future opportunities.
The Hot Potato Initiative Foundation, a registered non-profit organisation working to educate and engage young Canadians in the conversation about homelessness. We are currently recruiting other high school students across Canada to start school clubs or become Ambassadors until July 25th, 2020.
The sole purpose of the club will be to educate students about a range of social issues such as human rights and issues faced by Indigenous Peoples.
Application Link: http://apply.hotpotatoinitiative.ca.
Information Package: https://hotpotatoinitiative.ca/Engagement_Portfolio_Summer2020.pdf.
Navigating Computing Career Pathways in 2020: What Advisors Need to Know
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET