Unique Lives & Experiences, Women’s Lecture Series
at the Vancouver for the Performing Arts Theatre on Homer St.
Youth are encouraged to attend March 6 to hear CLARA HUGHES the Canadian Olympic Cyclist and Speed Skater, and the Only person to ever win multiple medals at both the Summer and Winter Olympics.
She was named to the Order of Manitoba and as an Office of the Order of Canada. She is involved with Right to Play, an athlete-driven international humanitarian organization that uses sports to encourage the development of youth in disadvantaged areas. She has received numerous awards, trophies and accolades in a short span of time, has a star on the Canadian Walk of Fame and was inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. She led the Canadian team as they entered the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Hughes also publically discusses her battle with mental depression and continues speaking about this ‘to open up the dialogue’ for other Canadians struggling with mental illness. Clara has had much to deal with, but kept at it.
Tickets are $16 (plus facility/box office fee/hst)
Volunteer Opportunities at Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival in 2012:June – September
If you are at least 16yrs of age, outgoing, comfortable dealing with the general public and you are fluent in English.. this is for you. You will get good retail, cash handling, interaction with general public, friendly on-on one interview, working with people of all ages expereinces. You will also get good work reference and volunteer hour credits and opportunity for an inside look at a theatre company.
Positions include: Greeters, Ticket Takers, Ushers and Concession, Boutique and Event Assistants.
The Marine Engineering Program gets you on the path to become a Chief Engineer of the worlds largest ships. Students in the program train to operate and maintain the propulsion plant and auxiliary systems of sophisticated ocean-going ships. For more info visit www.bcit.ca/study/programs/2845dipts
Nautical Science Diploma Program:
The Nautical Sciences Diploma is the starting point to become a captain of the worlds largest ships. Studies focus on Navigation, Seamanship, Cargo operations, and ship safety. For more info www.bcit.ca/study/programs/2535dipts
Info session: Jan. 25 at 6:30 pm, Room # 110 (first floor) 265 West Esplanade, North Vancouver
News Day in BC is back for the fourth year! CBC Vancouver is partnering with Vancouver Sun again to offer an exciting opportunity for students to learn and experience the world of journalism and broadcasting. An exciting new development this year is that all 30 finalists will receive a $1000scholarship for post secondary studies, courtesy of Sylvan Learning.
To participate, you should first sign up for a journalism workshop held at the CBC Vancouver Broadcast Centre in downtown Vancouver on January 21st and 22nd, 2012.
After the workshop, you can go back and audition for a spot on this year’s News Day team. This year, Register now at cbc.ca/bc/newsday to be part of News Day in BC.
Last year two Seycove students got selected out of 150, who went for auditioning from across Metro Vancouver.
If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, please see Ms. Parmar ASAP
Junior Achievement’s Company Program is the ultimate training ground for young entrepreneurs in grades 10 to 12. Work with other students to learn about running a business – from forming a company to developing marketing campaigns to deciding how to distribute dividends – you will have the opportunity to try it all!
JA Company Program at Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre – Location: 123 East 23rd Street, North Vancouver Day & Time: Thursday Evenings 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Participation is free of charge. Please register with Harry Jerome Community Centre by phone 604-987-7529 or online at www.northvanrec.com Bar code 278319 or click on eReg. then General Program to register for Junior Achievement.
If you apply for this amazing opportunity, please let Ms. Parmar know