BCIT Aircraft Maintenance Session

Information Session
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Category ‘M’, Aircraft Gas Turbine Technician & Maintenance Technician Avionics
Thursday, February 27, 2020
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
3800 Cessna Drive
Richmond, BC


Anomal Logic Work Experience

we are a world leader in Feature Animation that creates such films as The Lego Movie 2, Peter Rabbit and Guardians of the Galaxy 2. You may remember my communication from last year, we had a very enjoyable time with the 10 selected students from all around British Columbia..!
We are going to be running our third ‘work experience week’ for grade 11 students from BC at our Studio in downtown Vancouver, where successful applicants will spend the week learning and applying a variety of computer animation related skills. This could help the students achieve all of their 30 hours work experience, in one fun and exciting week.
It will be taking place in Spring Break Monday 23rd March 2020 to Friday 27th March 2020 and we would really appreciate you helping us get the word out to your students.
The deadline for applications from interested students is Monday 12th March 2019 and can be applied for via an online application form on our website – http://www.animallogic.com

During the week, students will be taught all of the required skills on our equipment and lunch will be provided. However, transport to and from the studio will be the responsibility of the participants.
Some Queries that came up last year:
· This is completely free to participate in – we cover all the costs and provide lunch for each student throughout the week
· Students are responsible for their own travel to and from the Studio in downtown Vancouver (and accommodation if they are from further out areas of BC).
·  All of last year’s students had an amazing time and are still in contact with our studio for career advice

Coast Capital Communtity Grant Program

Coast Capital Savings Youth Get It Community Councils – recruiting now!
We’re looking for emerging young leaders who want to make an impact on youth in their community to join our Youth Get It Community Councils. These councils have the unique role of making investment decisions for Coast Capital’s Community Investment Grants program. Each council is made up of four Coast Capital Savings employee representatives and 4 community representatives.
WE’RE LOOKING FOR YOUTH WHO:  are 18-30 years of age at time of application;
 live in the region they are applying for: Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley or Vancouver Island;
 bring knowledge and/or experience specifically related to our youth-focused funding areas: Financial Empowerment, Educational Success and Healthy Minds.
Online application will be available until November 4, 2019. 1. Review the full Position Profile.
2. Submit an online application by posted deadline.

Elections Canada is Hiring

Hello, We are writing to inform you that opportunities for employment exist at Elections Canada in Newton and Cloverdale. These might be of interest to your students. Although the intent is for all youth to be involved, Elections Canada can only offer employment to those students who are 16 years and over and are Canadian citizens. If you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact us or visit http://www.elections.ca. Newton Office Cloverdale Office 7565 – 132 Street Unit #106, Surrey 20316 – 56 Avenue Unit #101 Phone number: 780-630-3657 Phone number: 866-499-8026 Arvind Hara Keanu Howarth Community Relations Officer Returning Officer Surrey- Newton ED: 59033 Cloverdale – Langley City

Surrey Steps Up Employment Program

We are pleased to share this information about Surrey Steps Up, a Surrey School District employment program. Surrey Steps Up will be delivered in partnership with Service Canada and is scheduled to run three cohorts during the 2019/20 school year plus one cohort in fall 2020. Program participants will receive employability skills training for four (4) weeks and given an opportunity to complete seven (7) weeks of paid employment with a local employer.
For additional information, please see Surrey Steps Up Intro and Surrey Steps Up Information flyer for students.
The deadline for applications is Friday, September 13, 2019. We apologize for the short timeline. Unfortunately, a condition of funding is that the program starts by the end of September

Surrey Steps Up Description – Students

Skills Ready Summer Work Experience


To learn more and keep up to date, visit http://www.skillsready.ca/summer
This is a quick reminder that this summer we are helping young people who are in grade 10 and 11 connect with seasonal work experience*.
Employers in the construction, manufacturing and automotive sectors across the region have expressed interest in helping to build the next generation of skilled worker by offering a minimum of 6 weeks of work (3 days or more a week), which may continue over multiple summers and possibly result in apprenticeship.
We need your help to spread the word to students. We’re connecting with you in the hopes that you will share this opportunity with any students you know who may be looking for work over the summer.
Direct your students to the Skills Ready website to apply for summer work:

Employment Now

EMPLOYMENT NOW: A cost-free program for young job seekers
Designed to transition graduating students and young adults aged 18 to 24 into Customer Service and Retail Sales jobs. It teaches them customer services/sales skills as well as gives them short-term training certification (e.g. Cashier training, Worldhost, FoodSafe, etc.).
• 3 weeks of training covering skills specific to retail and customer service jobs, interview techniques, resume writing and more
• Training and certifications such as Cashier Training, FoodSafe and First Aid
• Employer site visits
• One-to-one job coaching
• A job interview with one of our many employer partners
• You are between 18-24 years old
• You are unemployed or precariously employed
• You are legally entitled to work in Canada
• You are not participating in another government funded training program
• You are not a full time student

CONTACT INFO: 604-591-9262 ext.117 employmentprograms@bgcbc.ca

Pathfinder Youth Centre Society Paid Work Program

Pathfinder Youth Centre Society is currently interviewing applicants for a 19 week paid program. It is designed to provide assistance to those who are struggling to find or retain employment as well as those who lack previous employment experience. Along with valuable employment/ life skill workshops and guest speakers, participants will benefit from certification in OFA Level 1, Serving it Right, WHMIS, Food Safe Level 1, World Host, Barista Level1 1 and Cashier & Cash Handling. The first six weeks of the program take place at our centre. There is no cost to the participant to attend. Participants are paid minimum wage to attend the program. This is followed by 13 weeks of subsidized work experience.

NEBP Flyer Spring Summer 2019