Join us on April 20 and 21 for VCC’s online open house!
Attend webinar-style sessions hosted by VCC instructors from over 130 different programs, get a taste
of online and on-campus learning at VCC, and ask all the questions you want.
For more information and to register for this event, visit Experience VCC
Experience VCC – Vancouver Community College
Summer Day Camp 2021 – Looking for Student Leaders [Work Experience]
Hello all, we are excited to offer our Summer Day Camp Series (in partnership with the West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation) again this year! This is a day camp that our Work Experience students will help run for kids experiencing cancer and blood disorders. Students will also receive an opportunity to learn more about non-profit organizations.
For more information, please see Mr. Fisher
The UVic Next Steps series, designed for September 2021 applicants, is now live on our website and registration is available on our Tours and Events page.
This virtual series of events includes:
· Self-Reporting 101 information sessions
· Faculty-specific events
· Registration 101 information sessions (which will be posted online closer to the events in May)
My name is Trina Pacey, employment coach with the YMCA Youth Employment Program and BC Coordinator for InterviewME. We are excited to share another employment opportunity for youth in your area. The InterviewME program’s major objective is conducting hiring events with large employers. We ensure each candidate is suitable for the company and position before the direct interview, to ensure a good fit for both the candidate and company. After a pre-interview workshop, we set up interviews, bypassing the standard application process. For more program information: Home – Opportunity For All Youth The next hiring event is February 11th from 1-3pm. Walmart is looking to fill several openings for positions such as:
Cashier/Customer Experience Associate
Merchandising Store Associate
E-Commerce Store Associate
Fresh Food Store Associate
Administrative Store Support
in Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, and Coquitlam. Availability of positions are location dependent.
- Minimum 20 hours per week availability + weekend availability
- Availabilityto attend hiring event from 1-3 on Thurs Feb 11
- Skills vary with position
For this opportunity, applicants may be employed or in studies as long as they fill these above requirements. If your client is unsuccessful or unsuited to this event, there will be more positions in the future.
If you have interested clients/students, please have them register at 1. BC Sign Up Form – Formstack
The Surrey Crime Prevention Society (SCPS) is offering high school students the opportunity to develop their work experience in the community while enhancing their resumes. Through SCSP, youth gain valuable experiences they can apply to their career development, enhance their resumes and instill a sense of civic pride and ownership towards healthy community development.
For more information, see Mr. Fisher
According to the Forum’s Jobs of Tomorrow report, there will be a rapid influx of roles at the forefront
of the data and AI economy, as well as new roles in engineering, cloud computing and product
development. These jobs need talent with relevant skills, and importantly these skills can be learnt even by those without college degrees.”
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that students and recent graduates who have seen their education and job prospects hampered by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will be able to apply for the Canada Emergency Student Benefit as of May 15 Friday. He also used his daily address to encourage struggling rural small businesses to reach out to their regional economic development agency for help.
Similar to how the CERB application process was rolled out, students are being asked to submit their applications for the new benefit program over four days, depending on the month of their birth.
Under the Canada Emergency Student Benefit, eligible applicants will receive $1,250 a month from May to August. For those who have a disability, or are taking care of someone else, they will receive $2,000, which is equal to the amount received by those eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)
The City of Surrey is once again running the Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP)- 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the program!
We are looking for Surrey high school students who are:
- Currently in Grade 12;
- Have a valid BC Class 5 or 7 Driver’s License, access to a vehicle for daily use, and accident-free driving record;
- Self‑motivated, enthusiastic, and safety-conscious;
- Passionate about the outdoors; and
- Eager to share their environmental interest with the community as part of a team.
We invite those qualified to submit their resume and cover letter to us by May 21, 2020 at email@example.com. The employment period is from July 2 to August 26, 2020, 5 days per week and 7 hours per day at $15.75/hour. COVID-19 measures will be implemented to keep team members safe.
Free WebinarGap Years as an Answer to Educational Disruption: Tools and Ideas for Professionals and ParentsMay 15, 202012:00 –1:00 pm ETFor more information and to register, see CERIC
UBC Geering Up is excited to offer opportunities for secondary students to volunteer withour online STEM clubs!We would greatly appreciate if you wouldforward information about these exciting opportunitiestoScienceteachers, Career EducationteachersandCounsellors with the request that theyshare itwith interested students.For a complete list of Geering Up opportunities for students, see Geering Up.