Coast Capital Savings Youth Get It Intern Program

APR 11/18 Coast Capital Savings Youth Get It Intern Program Coast Capital Savings offers opportunities for Grade 11 and 12 youth to be paid members of their Youth Get It Interns. Interns work as community ambassadors and as Member Service Representatives helping members in our branches. Being a Youth Get It Intern is a job that requires professionalism and a friendly and helpful attitude. Students … Continue reading

Bishop’s University Update

Bishop’s University Update Scholarship Information Students are automatically considered for Bishop’s competitive academic scholarships if you apply to the university before March 1st. These scholarships range from $500 to $20,000. BU awards and bursaries, ranging from $800 to $8,000, require a separate online application. These awards take into consideration a variety of factors: extracurriculars, leadership, … Continue reading

University of Alberta Online Events

University of Alberta Online Events Speak to a UAlberta Advisor online!  Advisors host general chat sessions and presentation sessions throughout the year. Upcoming Presentation session: FEB 13/18  Updating Grades on Your Application Upcoming General Chat sessions: February 21, 2018 | May 2, 2018 | July 25, 2018 For more information, and to register, visit:

Carleton University March Break 2018

Carleton University March Break 2018 Carleton University’s March Break Program offers prospective undergraduate students and their families a chance to learn about the university’s range of academic programs and student services. Guests are able to attend workshops or presentations organized by our various academic schools and departments, take campus and residence tours, and learn about … Continue reading

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities  Richmond Cares Richmond Gives (RCRG) Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity?  Visit Richmond Cares Richmond Gives (RCRG) for a list of available volunteer placements.  All Richmond students should contact this group to access student volunteer opportunities.  Online, you have the option to choose specific search topics to match your interests. For more information about this organization, visit: … Continue reading

JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Information Session

MAR 8/18 – JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Information Session (New Westminster Campus: 7pm-8:30pm). Interested in a career in law enforcement and public safety? Discover what it takes at an upcoming information session for the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma and the Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies Programs. Learn about the education, applied skills and specialized knowledge required to become … Continue reading

JIBC ‘NEW’ part-time, pre-employment Firefighting Program

JIBC ‘NEW’ part-time, pre-employment Firefighting Program The Fire & Safety Division at the Justice Institute of British Columbia has announced the introduction of a part-time Fire Fighting Technologies Certificate.  The new option will open the opportunity for prospective students to obtain their NFPA 1001 firefighting certification while balancing other commitments. “Among the strengths of the … Continue reading

VCC Dental Hygiene Program Information Session

FEB 21/18  VCC Dental Hygiene Program Information Session at VCC Students planning a career as a Dental Hygienist must complete a number of required 1st year university transfer courses before an application to the VCC Dental Hygiene Program is considered.  To learn more about the requirements for this program, attend this upcoming information session. At … Continue reading

Community Mental Wellness Association of Canada Bursary

APR 10/18 Community Mental Wellness Association of Canada Bursary – deadline to apply 2 x $1000 bursaries are being offered to Grade 12 students going into fulltime studies in the Health Sciences field in Post Secondary, Trade school or Business colleges. The following criteria are to be considered when completing the application: Students must be graduating from … Continue reading