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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
UBC Geering Up is offering a unique opportunity for secondary students to volunteer at our online summer camps! We would greatly appreciate if you could forward this email to any Science and Planning teachers, or Career Resource Staff who can share this information with interested students.
Junior Instructors will work closely with two instructors to deliver engaging STEM programming for up to 20 kids anywhere from grades 1 – 12, from the safety of their own homes. A full description of the position can be found here. This position can satisfy the 30 hours of Work Experience/Community Service requirement for graduation.
Our camps operate from July to August, and volunteers are expected to join us for a minimum of one week. We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with students from your school!
Applications are now open, and will close on June 17 @ 11:59 PM. Students who are interested in applying can find the application form
BCIT Broadcast & Media Communications Virtual Information Session
June 15, 2020
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
This online info session starts with a presentation and concludes with a question and answer period with program staff. This info session covers the 3 different programs within the Broadcast area, including: Broadcast and Online Journalism, Radio Arts and Entertainment, Television & Video Production.
VFS Online Open House
Saturday, 13 June 2020
Event time: 10am – 1pm (self-guided event – not required to stay online for the entire duration)
• Discover VFS’s new hybrid learning model (online & on-site)
• Watch exclusive videos about our campus facilities and the VFS student experience
• Sample the latest student projects
• Meet faculty, staff, and alumni
• Take part in online talks and demonstrations
More details and to register
Experience VCC Virtual Open House
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
VCC is proud to inspire a new generation of students to discover their passions, gain essential skills, and learn what it takes to succeed in a competitive workforce. Join us at Experience VCC and browse over 130+ programs, learn about student services, and talk to instructors about programs in arts, health sciences, certified trades, university transfer, and more. The event is free and open to the public. Register for the live, interactive presentations and we’ll send you the link to join each event. Please register
SFU’s Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences would like to invite you and your students to join us for our FASS e-Sampler!
Starting this month, we are offering several e-Lectures with our outstanding professors, covering a variety of topics within the humanities and social sciences. These free sessions give your students the opportunity to explore and reflect on different pathways they may wish to pursue in their post-secondary education and allow them to engage with our professors directly