We are looking for someone in a retail sales/customer service position who is:
About to graduate Gr. 12, but hasn’t decided on going to school in the fall. (maybe taking a year off etc)
Enthusiastic Interested in Computers / Computer games Friendly Well spoken No specific computer knowledge / skills required
Any training required will be provided !
Looking for full time, hoping for 9-12 months, but open to longer
Open to starting Saturdays only until end of school year.
For the right candidate, this would be a full time position once school is out.
Your North Shore Computer Store
1914 Lonsdale Ave.
Youth Get It ™ Interns
The student job that kick-starts careers.
We offer opportunities for Grade 11 and 12 youth to be paid members of our Youth Get It Interns. They work as community ambassadors and as Member Service Representatives helping our members in our branches.
Being a Youth Get It Intern is a job that requires professionalism and a friendly and helpful attitude. Students will gain skills like leadership, community relations and financial literacy that prepare them for their future endeavours.
We’re looking for youth who:
- are entering grade 11 or 12 in September 2018
- live in Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley or Greater Victoria
- have community service and volunteer experience
- As part of the selection process you may be invited to attend an information session on Saturday, April 22. If selected to attend, this information session is mandatory in order to be eligible for the Coast Capital Savings Youth Get It Intern program.
How to apply
Applications will be accepted in the Spring.
Complete the online application, and include the following:
- Cover letter and resume
- Two written references – this could be from a teacher, career counsellor or current employer
- A copy of your most recent report card or current transcript.
Check out the details and applications at http://www.coastcapitalsavings.com/youthinterns. from March 1 to April 11.
The District of North Vancouver Firefighters Charitable Society (DNVFFCS) in partnership with the District of North Vancouver Fire, District Municipality are to introduce a Two day High School Cadet Firefighter Academy on Sunday, May 6th and Monday, May 7th.
Junior firefighter programs give young people the chance to learn about local fire, rescue, and emergency medical services response organizations in a safe, controlled, educational, and fun way, while providing departments with an excellent recruitment mechanism. Reaching out to people when they are young has long-range effects, and encouraging youth to take part in the emergency services is extremely beneficial to local communities and departments.
This part-time offering was developed to meet the needs of prospective students looking to obtain their NFPA 1001 firefighting certification and academic credentials while balancing their work and family commitments at the same time.
Among the strengths of the FFTC program is the extensive hands-on, live-fire training our students receive at JIBC’s world-class training facility in Maple Ridge. Students are taught by experienced firefighters from leading Fire Departments in the Lower Mainland, each of whom mentor our students as they complete their training. Our new part-time offering maintains these essential strengths of the program that helps our graduates be employment-ready for a rewarding career in the Fire Service.
The part-time offering includes up to 12 weeks of online learning, followed by more than 200 hours of practical, hands-on training at the Maple Ridge Campus spread out over three months. It will consist of evening classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, full-day classes on select Saturdays and Sundays, and a final two-weeks of full-time live-fire training.
Please visit the FFTC website at www.jibc.ca/FFTC for details of the part-time delivery schedule.
Applications are now being accepted for students wanting to enroll in the part-time program (Class 19) scheduled to start online in June 2018 with practical training beginning in September 2018.
If you have any questions about the part-time offering, or any aspect of the FFTC program, please send an email to email@example.com.
S.W.E.A.T. Program provides students with valuable work experience in a simulated creative work environment.
Explore creative career opportunities in our workshops. Learn how to create project-based portfolio work at our school’s studios with industry-related technology and equipment. Be Inspired.
March 19 to 22, 2018 – 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
2665 Renfrew Street
For more information and to apply : http://www.lasallecollegevancouver.com/events/sweat-workshop-mar19-2018
One of our biggest events of the year!
Meet faculty, students, and grads eager to help you learn about over 300 programs that can make your career a big deal. BCIT Big Info is a free event, where you can explore all that we have to offer – all in one night.
Find out about our certificate, diploma, and degree offerings, and ask about full-time and part-time options.
Wednesday, February 28
4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
BCIT Burnaby Campus
3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC
Parking on campus is free after 3:30 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you!
Interested in a career in law enforcement? 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 a superior candidate in the recruiting process.
Date: March 8, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
JIBC New Westminster Campus (715 McBride Boulevard)
To learn more about the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma program, visit www.jibc.ca/lesd.
The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada brings together youth (aged 15 to 18 years old) and adult mentors from Canada to promote mutual understanding, increase leadership, and prepare youth to make a difference in their communities. It is an intensive program that takes place from July 16 through August 4, 2018, and is carried out in Ottawa, New York state, and Washington, DC. Participants have all travel, meal, and accommodation costs during the exchange covered by the program, in addition to health benefits with limitations provided in the USA.
While the details of the program can still be found on the SUNY Plattsburgh webpage, the Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada application will now be received digitally through the World Learning application portal found here.
The NSYP is a youth organization run by youth parliamentarians under its parent organization, the British Columbia Youth Parliament. Young people aged 14-18 will come together at the yearly session to debate important topica and learn the inner workings of the Westminster parliamentary system.
NSYP is not a mock parliament! All the legislation passed will be put forth to determine the Memberships activities throughout the year.
Interested in politics, legislation, service, debate, making new friends? NSYP has something for everyone with no experience necessary! Members will leave the weekend with a better understanding of our parliamentary system while engaging in debate about current topics.