Are you interested in the Health Sciences? Want to find out more about future careers such as medicine, nursing, pharmacy and more?
Project Pulse Vancouver Registration
Project Pulse is an organization that strives to familiarize motivated high school students with the world of health sciences. Pulse hopes to offer yearly conventions throughout Canada that seek to enrich and enlighten youth on the field of health sciences. These conferences establish connections with brilliant individuals, a valuable network of health professionals and university representatives. Click below to register for our Project Pulse Vancouver Conference!
Are You Interested in Becoming a Firefighter?
JIBC Fire & Safety Division Information Sessions. Dates – January 24, 2015 & April 25, 2015 Time – 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services Recruitment Division will discuss the training involved to become a firefighter and the necessary steps it takes to be hired by a career Fire Department.
Learn about the new Fire Fighting Technologies Certificate program.
Tour the Maple Ridge Campus and see its unique simulation training props.
Meet faculty and staff.
To RSVP or request program information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information.
Looking for student volunteers for our March Break Camps! If you’re a mature teen (14 or older), you can apply. In addition to being at least 14 years old, you should have an interest and aptitude in outdoor leadership, computers, science, and art. Being a camp volunteer is a great way to gain leadership skills, get work experience, make friends and have fun-all at the same time! To apply, please fill up the application form below. Once completed, please email the form to email@example.com with the subject line: “March Break Volunteer” or fax it to 604.983.7545 New Volunteer Application Form
If you apply, please let Ms. Parmar know, so she can put together all the work experience forms.
The Canadian Mental Health Association, North and West Vancouver Branch, in partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health and BLENZ Coffee
Opened a Social Enterprise, HOpe Cafe
in the Robert and Greta HO Centre from Psychiatry and Education at Lions Gate Hospital,
1337 St. Andrews Street,
Please submit your resume and cover letter to
Jo-Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please outline in your letter why you believe you would be a good fit to work in this cafe at the HOpe Centre.
Resumes and cover letters must be received by January 23, 2015
Come work at Pedalheads Bike Camps! Pedalheads Bike Camps is a 10 level bike safety and skills camp for kids aged 2-12. They teach kids from the training wheels stage all the way to road riding and mountain biking. They are looking for fun and outgoing individuals to become instructors during March break in Vancouver and North Van. You need to be at least 17 by December 31 of 2015! No need to be an expert biker, just someone who enjoys being active and working with kids. **A paid training session is provided before the start of camp** Location: Brockton Preparatory School, North Vancouver TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com OR apply online
Please indicate that you would like to work in North Vancouver. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 1, 2015
Pedalheads is also looking for VOLUNTEER! Must be 13. APPLY online
Please let Ms. Parmar if you are applying for this amazing opportunity !
The Mini Med School Summer Studentship is intended to provide well-motivated students, with records of exceptional academic performance, an opportunity to work closely with Mini Med School Faculty.
Applications will be accepted from students in grade 12 taking senior high school science courses who attended all the sessions of Mini Med School XV. Applications forms are available online and must be submitted no later than 4:30pm on Monday, January 26.
School is no place for bullies. Neither is work. You have the right to a job that’s free from bullying and harassment. Using the theme, “No bullies at work – my right to a safe and respectful workplace,” create a video (maximum 2 minutes) that explores the topic of bullying and harassment in the workplace.
When making your video, think of a creative way to get your message across. All styles of video are fair game: drama, comedy, documentary, music video, stop-motion, claymation, animation – the choice is yours!
There are categories for students in Grades 8-10 and Grades 11-12
Entries will be judged on their impact/transferable safety message, original creative concept, and technical execution. Winners take home cash prizes and may also advance to the It’s Your Job national young worker video contest.
Post your video on YouTube then send your link to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll review your video and if it meets our criteria (no inappropriate language or images and no copyrighted music please!), we’ll post your entry on our website.