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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
UBC Geering Up is offering opportunities for secondary students to volunteer at our summer camps!
Junior Instructor Program
Junior Instructors will work closely with two instructors to deliver hands-on and engaging STEM programming for up to 30 kids anywhere from grades 1 – 12. 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 with locations in UBC Vancouver, South Surrey, North Vancouver, North Delta and Richmond. We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with students from your school!
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Applications will open on March 13th.
Looking for more opportunities for your students?
High School Summer Camps
Geering Up’s ASAP (Applied Science Advancement Program) camps are for students in grades 8-12! Join us for a week of learning all about an engineering field. With topics like Computer Engineering, Sustainability, Biomedical Engineering and more, there is something for everyone. Students in grades 10-12 also have the opportunity to opt in to an overnight component of the camp, staying at UBC residence and learn more about life at university. For more information, please visit our website here .
Design Summer Program
Design Discovery is a two-week summer program offered by the UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture that introduces students to a potential career in design. Throughout the program, you’ll immerse yourself in the studio culture and experience what education and work are like in the design professions. You will build skills, develop projects for a portfolio, and – most importantly – learn if a career in design is right for you. Registration open now.
Explore CapU Info Night
Wednesday, March 11, 2020 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Wondering what’s next after high school? Considering a career change? Want to update your skills? Explore CapU Info Night is the first step.
What can you explore? Info about dozens of programs & student services. How to apply for admission to CapU. Opportunities for financial aid, student loans & awards. Study abroad opportunities. Connecting with CapU instructors. Campus life from current students.
Coast Capital Savings Youth Team
The student job that kick-starts careers
We offer opportunities for Grade 11 and 12 youth to be paid members of our Youth Get It Interns. They work as community ambassadors and as Member Service Representatives helping our members in our branches.
Being a Youth Get It Intern is a job that requires professionalism and a friendly and helpful attitude. Students will gain skills like leadership, community relations and financial literacy that prepare them for their future endeavours.
Represent Coast Capital Savings at community events
Work part-time after school or on weekends during the school year
Work full-time in the summer, 5 days per week
Work as a Member Service Representative helping our members in one of our branches
Complete 25 volunteer hours focusing on teaching financial literacy
Take part in a team building camp
Eligibility – A student entering grade 11 or 12 in September, 2020.
For more information, visit coastcapitalsavings.com/youthteam