Read to Me Learning Centre is interested in hiring honour students at $20/hr to offer general academic homework support to struggling learners in a variety of subjects as needed. Math would be a top priority. Tutors would help students with assignments, homework, make up short quizzes and have a database of assessment materials and worksheets to choose from if needed. Clients are elementary to high school age students. Hours would be between 3-7 M-F and they could work for two or three hours from at least two days to max 5 days per week if their schedule permits.
Grade 11 and 12 students are invited to join us on Monday January 20 at AME’s Mineral Exploration Roundup conference held at the Vancouver Convention Centre East (Pan Pacific) to explore the breadth of careers within the mining industry. This program is sponsored by Teck. Registration deadline: Friday, January 10.
MineralsEd partner-teacher Bruce Kiloh facilitates this program. In the morning early career professionals from several fields in the industry will share stories of their interests, education and career path with the students. They will be joined in the forenoon by professional geologist and career planning mentor, Patrick McAndless, who will present his unique student workshop, Discovering Your Brand.
After lunch, students will be accompanied by volunteers, most of them post-secondary students and young professionals in related fields, as they explore the large conference trade show to speak with representatives from the exploration companies, mining companies, and many technical supply and service businesses that are part of the mineral development sector. Students will also enjoy learning how to pan for gold with Yukon Dan.
DESCRIPTION: North Van Arts is seeking 1-3 volunteer interns to assist and support strategies for North Van Arts social engagement. The volunteer(s) will also help with reception, answering phone calls and questions from office visitors, after initial training is complete. Free training is provided for the volunteer(s) to learn North Van Arts’ policies and procedures.
RESPONSIBILITIES: As part of our Promotions Team, you may:
Assist the social engagement coordinator in various marketing initiatives such as online content calendar submission, social media scheduling, and digital engagement.
We invite passionate, bold, risk-taking artists who are eager to be inspired, develop their craft, and create a short film to be proud of.
The Indie Filmmakers Lab is a two-week filmmaking program for aspiring independent filmmakers, ages 14-19, presented by The Cinematheque in partnership with SFU School for the Contemporary Arts in Vancouver, BC.
EVERY GREAT FILM BEGINS WITH A MOMENT OF INSPIRATION
The Indie Filmmakers Lab immerses filmmakers in an environment of creativity and innovation where they are encouraged to draw inspiration and ideas from art of all kinds – photography, painting, dance, music – and, with the support of Lab instructors and SFU artists, to push themselves, stretch their minds, and collaborate to realize ideas with a team of peers.
After two weeks of scripting, production, and editing, a moment of inspiration will have become a fully realized short film, which will be presented on the big screen with an audience!
We offer all Lower Mainland secondary students in Grades 11 and 12 the opportunity to gain valuable volunteer work experience at our science centre. Teachers are invited to sign up students who they feel would benefit from a placement at Science World.
We offer all Lower Mainland secondary students in Grades 11 and 12 the opportunity to gain valuable volunteer work experience at our science centre.
There are 2 two-week (80 hours) placements during the Winter Break (December 21st – January 5th). All placements begin on the Saturday and continue until the third following Sunday. Days off are staggered so that there are five or six students in the building on any given day, including weekends and holidays.
Hours are 8:30am–5:30pm Monday–Friday and 9:15am–6:15pm weekends and holidays.
Do you know how to ski or snowboard? Want some great perks that are in your own back yard? Mt. Seymour offers High School Students the opportunity to assist Instructors with the Bear Cubs Program. This program teaches children aged 4-7 years old how to ski or snowboard. (must be 15 years old )
In return you will receive a full staff season pass and a shuttle bus pass, training and staff benefits. You will also receive training and full subsidize of the Canadian Ski Instructor Alliances Level 1 Course. And the best part….. 6 extra credits towards high school graduation.
Season pass – $499.00
Canadian Ski Instructor Alliances Level 1 – $409.00
Credits – 4 Work Experience 12A or 12B
Credits – 2 External Credential. An External Credential is a credit that has been developed outside the Ministry of Education and takes a student outside of the regular classroom setting.
If interested please see Ms. Bramley for more info.
As part of our hourly Hospitality team, you will be providing premium level quick service carrying trays of ready-made food items throughout the concourse area and into the bowl offering up-beat, energetic sales to guests. You will consistently provide exceptional and knowledgeable service that will impress and thrill fans and provide an iconic experience at every touch point. This is an hourly, events-based position.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be able to work weeknights, weekends, and holidays with a start time of approximately 5:15pm
Must be able to safely lift up to 35 lb
Must be able to stand during scheduled shift, withstand repetitive walking, reaching, and bending for long periods of time
Strong communication skills, including listening skills and ability to communicate with guests and respond to inquiries
Have an incredible ability to thrive in a fast-paced and high volume environment while maintaining a first-in-class hospitality and food and beverage experience
If you are a Non-Canadian resident, you must hold a valid work permit that expires no earlier than July 2020Job Fair Dates:·Tuesday, November 26, 2019 – 2pm – 5pm at Gate 2
·Wednesday, November 20, 2019 – 2pm – 5pm at Gate 2
This shoreline cleanup is a great opportunity for high school students to help make a difference in their community while fulfill their work experience hours and connecting with driven university students.
Join us for the BCIT Big Info Night on Wednesday, November 13. Meet faculty, students, and grads who will help you learn about over 300 programs to make your career a big deal. Check out cool interactive tech demos at the Welcome Showcase.