KPU Limited Intake Application Deadline

March 1st is the Limited Intake application deadline

Our Limited Intake <http://trk.cp20.com/click/daxo-2cjb78-woyg8e-6qjndhh0/>  programs for Fall 2021 will be closing on March 1st, 2021. These Limited Intake programs also have different admission requirements. Following admission reviews, we may extend the deadline for some of these programs. Extended program deadlines will be viewable on the  extended admissions page  <http://trk.cp20.com/click/daxo-2cjb78-woyg8f-6qjndhh1/> (currently only Spring is listed, this will be updated in March).

JIBC Justice & Public Safety Division Info Session

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.


http://secure.campaigner.com/CSB/Public/Form.aspx?fid=1830647&ac=cg70

BCASAA Scholarship

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a student(s) who has made a significant contribution to leadership in a B.C. school.

Applicants must:

  • be enrolled in grade 12
  • plan to attend an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution
  • have made a significant contribution to student leadership at the school level during their grade 11 and 12 years

Applicants must submit:

  • completed application form
  • resume
  • list of leadership activities
  • transcript of marks for grade 11 and grade 12 (to date)
  • letter of reference their leadership advisor verifying criteria above
  • proof of application to post-secondary institution

Process

Completed application packages must be received by the Vice-President no later than March 13th.  Each application package needs to be sent in one email. Please do not send anything, like reference letters or transcripts, separately.

The board will advise the successful candidate by June 30th.  A cheque will be provided upon receipt of proof of attendance at an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution.

BCASAA. reserves the right to publish the name of the winner in its newsletter, webpage and affiliated publications.

 

LEADERSHIP AWARD APPLICATION FORM

 

 

Student Name:            _________________________________________

 

 

Mailing Address:         _________________________________________

 

City:                             ________________________                        Postal Code: __________

 

Home Phone:              _______________________              Email:  ________________________

 

School:                        _______________________              District:  ____________

 

Name of Advisor:        ________________________________

 

 

 

Check list of attachments and ensure they are in order:

 

o         Resume

o         List of Leadership Activities

o         Transcript of Marks

o         Advisor Reference Letter(s)

o         Proof of Post-Secondary Application

 

Completed applications must be received by March 13th.

NOTE:  Incomplete or late application packages will NOT be considered.

 

Email completed application to:       bcasaaleader@gmail.com

Worksafe Video Contest $$$

I would like to take this opportunity to let you know that we have officially launched the 2021 WorkSafeBC Student Safety Video Contest. There is $10,000 in prize money up for grabs, to be shared by students and their schools. Your assistance in helping to spread word of the contest is very much appreciated!

The contest is now open and we invite students to submit their entries any time between now and the deadline.

Here are some important points about this year’s contest:

The contest website, including full details, rules, and the contest entry form can be found here

  • The contest promotes the positive role that youth can have in preventing the spread of COVID-19
  • A poster that can be printed and posted in schools or emailed to students/teachers is attached
  • The theme of this year’s contest is I am doing my part (focused on how young workers can do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in the workplace)
  • Contest is open to students in grades 8-12
  • To ensure health protocols are followed, students must work independently and film the videos themselves rather than as part of a team. These self-filmed entries can be live action, documentary-style, animation, stop motion…whatever creative style that students can imagine!
  • Entries are to be submitted by the teacher sponsor
  • Contest deadline is 5 pm, Wednesday, March 31, 2021

 

Again, complete contest details, including the rules and entry form, can be found on the Student Safety Video Contest web page, linked above.

SFU’s Faculty of Applied Sciences Webinar Sessions

In 2020, technology has been arguably more important than ever, and we are looking to introduce the field of Applied Sciences to new individuals.

SFU’s Faculty of Applied Sciences invites you and your senior students to join us for a series of webinar sessions throughout the month of January!

The webinars will be taking place on the following dates and times:

January 7th –   4:30 – 5:30 pm – General Applied Sciences presentation

January 13th – 4:30 – 5:30 pm – General Applied Sciences presentation

January 27th – 4:30 – 5:30 pm – General Applied Sciences presentation

January 19th – 4:30 – 5:30 pm – Sustainable Energy Engineering presentation

January 20th – 4:30 – 5:30 pm – Software Systems presentation

January 21st – 4:30 – 5:30 pm – Mechatronic Systems Engineering presentation

 

Students   RSVP: https://www.sfu.ca/fas/prospective-students/events.html

Upcoming JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Online Information Sessions

Upcoming JIBC Law Enforcement Studies
Online Information Sessions

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.

 
http://secure.campaigner.com/CSB/Public/Form.aspx?fid=1830647&ac=cg70

Free Webinars

Free Webinars Last year, we offered two series of free webinars based on CERIC’s book Career Theories and Models at Work: Ideas for Practice, co-edited by Nancy Arthur, Roberta Neault and Mary McMahon. Following the popularity of these learning opportunities, we are continuing to invite more contributing authors to highlight their career development theories through free webinars.
Please see CERIC for information on upcoming free webinars.

Edge Factor FREE TOOKIT: Future Skills Experience

FREE TOOKIT: Future Skills Experience
Every January and February, students choose which programs they want to take for the following year. Edge Factor is providing a FREE virtual event toolkit, called the Future Skills Experience to highlight technical education programs and related careers.
Featuring 5 days of STEAM multimedia, a Keynote Presentation, and “How To” Guides, the Future Skills Experience is accessible completely for FREE to EVERYONE in your network (no login needed). Schools, companies, parents, and workforce leaders are able to register to share these resources and tap into the free promo tools we’ve created for you.
This Experience will go LIVE for free on January 4, 2021!
Pre-register on edgefactor.cm/free-experiences

2021 Student Safety Video Contest

2021 Student Safety Video Contest website and invite students to submit their entries!
Here are some important points about this year’s contest:
• The contest website, including full details, rules, and the contest entry form can be found here

• The theme of this year’s contest is I am doing my part (focused on how young workers can do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in the workplace)
• Contest is open to students in grades 8-12
• To ensure health protocols are followed, students must work independently and film the videos themselves rather than as part of a team. These self-filmed entries can be live action, documentary-style, animation, stop motion…whatever creative style your students can imagine!
• Entries are to be submitted by the teacher sponsor
• Contest deadline is 5 pm, Wednesday, March 31, 2021