Archive | April 2013

RCMP Crime Prevention Summer Program

If you are 16 years and older and want to know about a career in law enforcement this is for you !

Check out the details… click on the link below

Summer Student Program_ Poster_1

If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, please see Ms. Parmar

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Posted by Ms. Neeru Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

Career Exploration at Science World in Health

Opening the Door
 Opening The Door event on May 24th 2013
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s science and technology innovators. Science World’s Opening the Door program wants grade 11 and 12 students to discover careers in science.
About the Event:
To celebrate the opening of Science World’s new feature exhibit for youth we are thrilled to offer this special Opening The Door event. Students will network and connect with professionals in the public health sector specific to the topic of youth and sexuality, at Science World at TELUS World of Science on Friday May 24th 2013 6pm – 8pm
What to Expect:
6:00       Registration
6:15       Welcome and introduction
6:30       Panel discussion with mentors
6:45       Networking tips
7:00       Networking with mentors
7:45       Door prizes and acknowledgements
Register Now
Limited space available! Register by 5:00pm, Monday, May 20 2013 , by contacting Jo-Ann Coggan at

jcoggan@scienceworld.ca or 604-443-7553.

If interested please let Ms. Parmar know !

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Posted by Ms. Neeru Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

Plan NOW for your trip to Ottawa next year

Encounters with Canada  

Register now for your trip to Ottawa next year.

Deadline is June 15 2013- but if you want to go during spring break then you need to register  right away!

Our Youth Program

Spend a week with Encounters with Canada – Canada’s largest youth forum!  Every week of the school year, 120 to148 teens from across Canada (ages 14-17) come to Ottawa, where they discover their country through each other, learn about Canadian institutions, meet famous and accomplished Canadians, explore exciting career options, develop their civic leadership skills and live an extraordinary bilingual experience. Over 93,000 youth have lived the EWC experience, so far!

Read our FAQs, choose from our exciting theme weeks, and register TODAY!

https://www.ewc-rdc.ca/en/our_youth_program/index.html;jsessionid=CB6A6178C4BB864FC5F097F213E7877A.tomcat2

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Posted by Ms. Neeru Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

North Shore Youth Hiring Fair 2013

If you’re between the ages of 16 and 30, drop by on Wednesday May 1, from 3 – 6 pm.

Where: 318-260 West Esplanade Ave. North Vancouver, BC

Check out the link below for more details.

North Shore Youth Hiring Fair 2013_AD with Safeway

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Posted by Ms. Neeru Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

 

PLAN NOW for Work Experience opportunities next year

Many work experience opportunities are planned now for next year.
If you think you want to get involved  with
Science World       Youthink Magazine,         Encounters with Canada  (trip to Ottawa)

   I need to hear from you now to book your week next year.

If you want to become an ski instructor at Seymour, attend programs such as  MiniiMed,  Biotech Career Awareness Program, RCMP youth Academy, Vancouver Coastal Health, Firefighter Career Day  or other opportunties offered through out the year  then  You need to register for WEX 12A now.

Please email me so I know you’re interested and I will get an application to you.

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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

SHOW US YOUR SKILLS VIDEO CONTEST

WIN APPLE PRODUCTS!!

To heighten awareness about trades in British Columbia, Discover Trades BC is launching the
                                      “Show Us Your Skills” Video Contest.
Students have a chance to win Apple products and schools can win cash to support trades and technology education. The 1st place winner’s school wins $2k, 2nd place winner’s school wins $1k and the 3rd place winner’s school wins $500. Full details and rules available here.            For more info  short video

http://www.discovertradesbc.ca/videocontest/

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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

Lynn Canyon is HIRING!! What a great place to work!!!

JOB 
Would you like to work at the Ecology Centre? We’re searching for a weekend staff person who’s also available to work the occasional week day.
Do you love working with children?
Are you a multitasking wizard, able to juggle phone calls, bookings, sales, and questions?
The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre (www.dnv.org/ecology) is looking for a part time front desk staff person and program leader.
The Ecology Centre is run by the District of North Vancouver Parks Department and is located in beautiful Lynn Canyon Park.
We run outdoor programs for schools, families, and other groups from the Metro Vancouver area, and we’re also a popular tourist destination.
Duties include:
Leading weekend and summer programs for local families and groups (Scouts, birthday parties)
Working at the front desk of our nature museum: playing nature films, selling items from the gift shop, and answering questions from visitors
Experience required:
Working with groups of children and families
An understanding of local ecology
Experience working with the public and tourist groups is an asset
This part time position begins immediately, with weekend and some weekday shifts available.
It’s ideal for a student who would be interested in occasional weekend work in the fall and winter seasons as well.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to      ecocentre@dnv.org  by Sunday, April 21st. No phone calls please.

Tricia Edgar
Education Programmer
Lynn Canyon Ecology Center

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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

 

Science World’s Future Science Leaders

Our 2013 registration is now open! We’re looking for students entering grade 10 or 11 this upcoming September who think they have what it takes.

Each week, students will learn about cutting-edge research, academic theory and industry opportunities from BC’s top science and technology business leaders. Future Science Leaders scholars will be profiled throughout the province as role models to inspire younger students to strive for science excellence.

Application deadline: May 21, 2013

Apply online at http://www.scienceworld.ca/fsl-apply/apply-today

If you’d like to learn more about the Future Science Leaders Program, visit our Open House:
Tuesday, May 14
6:30pm–8pm
TELUS World of Science

If you apply for this amazing opportunity, please let Ms. Parmar know !

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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

 

Volunteer this Saturday with mask-making and face painting

Family Day at Capilano Mall   THIS  Saturday, April 13th      needs volunteers.
The Vancouver Children’s Festival  performer, Bobs & Lolo  will run two activities: face painting and mask-making.   Volunteers are needed to help out with these activities
email  your contact info to
Clement,  Volunteer Services Assistant, Vancouver Children’s Festival and he will get back to you right away.
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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca

JIBC CAREER DAY, MAY 3, 2013

JIBC Career Day –  Friday, May 3, 2013 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Widely acknowledged as Canada’s leading public safety educator, JIBC is a public post-secondary institution that offers innovative education and training in the field of policing, firefighting, para medicine, corrections, emergency management, leadership, conflict resolution and other related disciplines.

JIBC New Westminster Campus

715 McBride Boulevard,

New Westminster

Free parking

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Posted by Ms. Parmar, nparmar@nvsd44.bc.ca