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Due to a high registration number, we are in desperate need of volunteers for our after school programs at Gibson Elementary this term.
CSP are looking for mature, dedicated and hardworking volunteers (Grade 10, 11 and 12 students) to help run the programs.
Community Schools Partnership (CSP) is an organization within the Delta School District that create and organize affordable activities for children within our school district, such as Seasonal Day Camps and After School Programs. Our organization has expanded to seven different Elementary schools this term and with that we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help run our Winter 2020 Afterschool Programs.
Programs at Gibson Elementary:
MORE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES (FROM OTHER PROGRAMS/ SCHOOLS)
An exciting opportunity for students entering Grade 10 in September 2020 to join CANADA’s third edition of the Explore Aviation Summer Camp, taking place in Cornwall, Ontario, this summer:
The application deadline is March 8, 2020.
Aug. 9-14 for young women
August 16-21 for young men.
This one week, all-expenses-paid camp uses hands-on learning to explore exciting career choices in aviation to allow participants to experience the power and potential of a science education, and to be empowered to reach for success.
Explore Aviation Summer Camp points the spotlight on careers in aviation where STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education is the key to success for the next generation of tomorrow’s workforce.
Participants of Explore Aviation Summer Camp are mentored by industry experts who will empower and motivate this next generation of aviation leaders by introducing them to inspirational and successful professionals.
• Learning how Canada’s aviation system works and who makes it work
• Practice sessions controlling and advising aircraft in industry-leading simulators
• Using the tools and technology to keep aircraft flying and safe
• Touring NAV CANADA’s Flight Inspection Aircraft
• Interacting with guest speakers: Air Traffic Services; Technical Operations; Engineering; Senior Executives
• Taking day trips to Ottawa and Montreal: NAV CANADA tower and area control centre tours; city tours
To apply, visit NAV Canada's Explore Aviation Summer Camp
NEC offers a number of different programs for students with Indigenous ancestry - Adult Upgrading, Continuing Education, Business, Fine Arts, Health Science, Humanities and Social Sciences. There are certificate and diploma programs.
Please visit their website for more information. [ http://www.necvancouver.org/ ]http://www.necvancouver.org/
To RSVP for yourself or your group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name. If you are interested in the live stream you can view it on their Facebook page.
The program is geared towards grade 11 and 12 female students who are considering or who will be studying engineering.
The main aim of this program is to connect high school students who are interested in engineering with UBC engineering mentors who will be able to inform, inspire and excite them about the program. Once the students are paired up with a suitable mentor, we will organize an event where the students will have the opportunity to meet their mentors as well as interact with other students. This will be followed up by about two other events later on in the year.
Women in Engineering Outreach and Education Committee
Faculty of Applied Science | Professional Development
The University of British Columbia
Archimedes Talks - Spring 2020
The University of British Columbia is hosting Archimedes Talks, a speaker series for high-school students that takes place on the UBC campus. Students will attend talks about active areas of research in math and science.
This year, sessions will take place on:
How to register - Interested students need to be nominated by a teacher to participate. Click the button below for more information and to complete the form.
If you have any questions about the Archimedes Talks, or have trouble registering, please email Elyse Yeager at email@example.com.
Indigenous Internship Program
Geering Up is offering an internship program designed to help Indigenous youth build up their communities as Outreach Instructors.
We are offering this opportunity in order to:
An Outreach Instructor will be assigned to the student as a mentor for the entirety of the internship program. The mentor will:
We recognize that applicants for this position may come from a variety of locations and backgrounds, some who may live far from the UBC campus. Our team will be flexible as possible with respect to scheduling and where training will be conducted. Moreover, Geering Up will cover travel and accommodation costs for the intern to travel to UBC Vancouver for training.
Applications for our July 2020 session will be rolling until April 19th at 11:59 pm.
For more information on this program, email firstname.lastname@example.org .