U of T Information Session for BC Students

U of T Information Session for BC Students
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
7:00 PM until 8:00 PM (EDT)
Join us to learn more about the University of Toronto! This webcast will feature an overview of U of T,
our three campuses, 700+ academic program options, and the wealth of opportunities we offer inside
and outside the classroom. You’ll also learn all about the application process and have a chance to ask
all of your questions.
Register please

The Knowledge Society Business Challenge

Work with international tech companies on real business challenges before you turn 18!
Applications are open to The Knowledge Society and they’re looking for curious and passionate
students from Surrey Schools to apply!
Students at TKS have access to 40+ online learning modules for self-study and attend sessions to work
on tech projects with other students who want to accomplish big things, guided by world-class
mentors and coaches.
TKS students and alumni speak at international conferences, receive high-profile tech internships, and
start their own companies.
The Knowledge Society trains high school students to solve the world’s biggest problems with emerging
technologies. During a 10-month program, students learn how to build masters/PhD-level projects,
level up their presentation and problem-solving skills, and meet like-minded young people who want
to do big things. TKS is founded by successful tech entrepreneurs and business leaders, and modeled
after curriculums from Stanford, Harvard, and MIT.
TKS offers ample Tuition Support and Scholarships for any student who is accepted into the program.

Learn more at tks.world/vancouver

Interior Design Fundamentals Session

Interior Design Fundamentals Certificate Online Info Session
April 21, 2021
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Join the Program Heads as they explain the BCIT Interior Design Program options.
The info session will begin with a brief overview of the programs and have a Q & A after the
presentation. We will be discussing the Interior Design Fundamentals Certificate in detail and explain
both the Part-time and NEW Full-time option for the September 2021 intake.

Introduction to the Roofing Trades

We have a free training opportunity that we are excited to share with you. This one is a 5-week
Introduction to the Roofing Trades from May 17-June 18, 2021 followed by a paid job placement. The
first week of training will focus on job readiness skills. Training will be delivered at RCABC which is
located at 9734 201 Street in Langley. Due to COVID restrictions, we are only able to accept 12
participants. The timeline is short to get everyone registered, so if you have any interested candidates
please have them contact me as soon as possible.

Work BC Career Exploration Conversation

Career Exploration Conversations
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Work BC is facilitating a one-hour interactive webinar to help parents and caregivers support youth as
they explore career options. This virtual event is designed for parents of grade 9-12 students wanting
to enhance their career coaching skills and gain exposure to WorkBC.ca tools to help with their youth’s
career path.
Please use the documents below for social media posts. Note:
Registration is required.
Use this link to register – https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JvfJqVm2QouBjlauYjQSlQ

Summer School Trade Courses

It is now confirmed that three Youth Explore Trades Skills courses will be offered through Summer
Learning this summer.
• Automotive at Frank Hurt (this can be used in place of Automotive 11 by Automotive Service
Technician program applicants)
• Construction Trades at Princess Margaret (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Welding)
• Culinary Trades Exploration at Enver Creek (Cooking, Baking and Meat Cutting)
Class Size: 20 students
Dates: July 5 – 30 (Monday – Thursday)
Summer Learning registration opens on May 3