Super-dooper Awesome Work Experience Opportunity: Available with Teck Resources, a major Canadian mining company with its headquarters in Vancouver. They're looking for one student interested in Environment, Safety & Sustainability. It's March 14-18 and application deadline is Feb 10th. Send your application directly to the company - see attached document for details.
If you applied to work at the CNY 2016 celebrations at Tinsletown you should have received an email from them. It will confirm your shift times. They ask you to open a Google Doc link and comfirm that you can work the assigned shifts. Make sure you do this:
Go here to confirm your shifts.
You must attend an Orientation Session on 30 Jan (next Saturday) at 10:00 am to 12:00 Noon. Bring along you ID to check in the Orientation at International Arts Gallery, Unit #2082, Upper Level of International Village Mall, 88 Pender Street West, Vancouver.
Any problems call 604 646 1018. Career Programs will make up work experience forms if you need the hours or are missing any school.
As a Volunteer Arts Assistant you’ll be responsible for helping artspace staff and visual and performing arts instructors to provide a safe and positive learning experience for children during artspace special events such as Spring Break Arts Camps, Pro-D Day Camps, and more!
The info sheet with application process is attached. We will print your folders once you confirm you've been accepted as a volunteer.
Rideau Manor (retirement home) is looking for volunteers. It's just like St Michael's Center but this one is more conveniently located by Brentwood Mall. Look at the advert attached and apply if interested. If you do start volunteering let Career Programs know and we'll give you paperwork so you can earn work experience.
Calling all future journalists!
CBC Vancouver is pleased to welcome 350 students in grades 10, 11 and 12 to our studios at the CBC Vancouver Broadcast Centre for Junior J-School on Saturday, January 23rd, 2016.
This one-day workshop will give students exclusive access to a journalism curriculum taught by some of the most successful, veteran, award-winning CBC journalists – as they learn about topics such as International Reporting, Crafting an Interview, Investigative Reporting, Journalism in a Digital World, and more. Students will leave the day with a fresh insight on the changing world of journalism and inspirational stories direct from the journalists who lived them
Click HERE to visit the CBC page and apply - spaces are limited