Occupational/Physical Therapy AssistantWednesday, May 20, 202010:30 am–11:30 amWork side-by-side with physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and other health care professionals to promote healthy living.Graduates of this two-year program find employment in hospitals, rehabilitation centres, long-term care facilities, residential care facilities, client homes or in private practice.Attend an information session to learn more about this program and to speak with instructors about entrance requirements.Register
Teen Book Review ProjectJoin theTeen Book Review project. Want to read brand new teen books before they’re even published and get volunteer hours?Read the book and let other teens know what you think! You get one volunteer hour for every 100 pages you read, and one additional hour for your rating and review.During Surrey Libraries closure for COVID-19, we are expanding access to teens who might wish to earn volunteer hours from home. Instead of choosing from the selection of books available in participating branches, you now have the option of choosing any Young Adult eBook title offered in our digital collection, with a publication year of 2018 or later. Volunteer hours for reading will be calculated by staff based on the number of pages in the print version.Email your review email@example.com. Include your full name, your home branch, the book title and author, and if you would like the review posted anonymously. A review must be submitted to earn volunteer hours. You can find help for writing your review here. Limit of 3 submissions per week.
BC Principals’ & Vice Principals’ AssociationStudent Scholarships 2020The BC Principals’ & Vice-Principals’ Association annually awards up to 20 scholarships, in the amount of $1000 each, to students who are graduating from the BC public school system and will proceed to a post-secondary institution. These scholarships recognize students who have demonstrated academic achievements and school or community leadership.
The Irving K Barber British Columbia Scholarship Societyprovides scholarships and awards to help post-secondary students achieve their educational goals.Each year the society provides hundreds of scholarships and awards valued between $1,000 and $10,000 each to students studying everything from trades to doctoral degrees. Several different programs are offered, each designed to respond to the needs of specific student groups.Award categories are listed below.•Women in Technology/IndigenousWomen in Technology Scholarship•Premier’s International Scholarship•BC Indigenous Student Award (Apprentice, Certificate, Diploma or Undergraduate Degree)•BC IndigenousMasters/Doctoral Award•BC Indigenous Teacher Education AwardFor a complete list of the Society’s scholarship and award programs, please visitwww.ikbbc.caApplication Deadlines*Women in Technology and Indigenous Women in Technology Scholarship applications are being accepted until July 6, 2020.*Applications for the BC Indigenous Student Awards are being accepted until May 29, 2020.*Premier’s International Scholarship applications are being accepted until June 30, 2020.
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)
Our Student Awards and Financial Assistance Department has added some additional information on this webpage about funding that has recently been announced for both current and incoming students for the Fall 2020 semester. Entrance awards are now open for the Spring 2021 semester.
We now have an updated Covid FAQ page that addresses some commonly asked questions regarding how KPU is adapting to Covid during this time.
June 1st is the deadline for students who have received an offer from KPU towards an open-intake program, to pay their confirmation deposit for priority registration this fall. Registration for the Fall 2020 semester will begin in July. However, we will be accepting applications until August 1st, 2020 for the upcoming Fall 2020 semester for open-intake programs.
Some limited intake programs have been extended past the March 1st deadline. Here is a list of the programs that are still available for applications.
As a reminder, if grade 12 students who have applied to KPU haven’t re-submitted their transcripts through STS since the beginning of spring break, they will need to go in and re-submit their permission for KPU to be able to access their transcripts once they are released to Post-Secondary Institutions in July. We have had a great response in the re-submission of transcripts for grade 12 students through STS so far, and we wanted to say thank you! This wouldn’t have been possible without you! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any additional questions about this process.