BC and Yukon Self Reporting will be open between March 2 and April 7, 2015. Please visit and point your students to our website for step by step instructions. Your students will receive a direct email regarding self reporting next week. IB diploma students are not required to self report as UBC receives anticipated grades directly from IB coordinators.
· Please be reminded that March 15 is the deadline for students to submit documentation in support of meeting the English Language Admission Standard (ELAS).
· And lastly, please visit the UBC Admissions Blog for a refresher on how and when UBC makes admissions decisions. We know this is often helpful when speaking with hopeful students at this time of year.
All BC/YUKON high school students must self-report their grades. If we have not received your grades by the deadline your application will be cancelled. Deadline to self-report your grades for the Beedie School of Business: March 15, 2015. Deadline to self-report your grade for all other programs: April 30, 2015.
What do I report?
Final marks for grade 11 courses and interim or final marks for grade 12 courses. If you have a grade of TS (Transfer Standing), enter a grade of 50% for that course. Online courses must be 50% complete and reported by April 30, 2015.
When should I report?
If you are studying on a semester system you should report marks as soon as you have some midterm marks for your second semester — usually around mid-March.
Where do I report?
Log in to your Student Information System using your student number as your computing ID. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact Registrar and Information Services at 778.782.6930.
New Westminster Campus
February 27, 2015 10:00am - 2:00pm
Widely acknowledged as Canada’s leading public safety educator, JIBC is a public post-secondary institution that offers innovative education and training in the fields of policing, firefighting, paramedicine, corrections, emergency management, leadership, conflict resolution and other related disciplines. Our programs are focused on applied learning and our expert faculty are active in their professional fields.
What you can expect:
· Visit one of the many exhibitor tables in the gymnasium between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.
· Learn about the many JIBC programs available in law enforcement, paramedicine, fire safety, conflict resolution, leadership and more.
· You will also have the opportunity to speak with recruiters
· BC Ambulance Services
· Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA)
· Commercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement (CVSE)
· Delta Police
· New Westminster Bylaw
· New Westminster Police Department
· Vancouver Police Department
· Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services
· Watch one of our presentations taking place in the Theatre & Simulation Building.
· Free parking is available on site and overflow parking is available next door at the Canada Games Pool.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER:
604.528.5621 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH). Volunteer involvement is essential to the quality and continuity of health care services on the SMH Campus. For this reason, Volunteer Resources takes special care and time in the selection and placement of volunteers. Review the important information below about where and how to get involved.
February 25, 2015
4:30 – 8:30 pm
7658 1112 Street, Delta BC
Learn about FREE services and resources related to:
For further info, contact:
Hemi Dhanoa: 604.644.6746
Imtiaz Jamal: 604.644.6138
Della Li: 604.218.9457
Early application deadline (also final application deadline for students applying to limited intake programs)
Entrance scholarships and awards deadline
Interim grade submission deadline for limited intake programs
Deadline to submit PSI selections form on Ministry website
Deadline to accept admission offer and pay acceptance deposit
Join us March 7-8, 2015 at the Abbotsford International Airport for the largest and most unique outreach event of its kind, where over 10,000 girls and women from around the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and beyond will be coming to explore aviation and aerospace - hands-on. Families welcome too!
Girls and women who have not flown in a small aircraft before may register in advance for a free first flight experience, courtesy of local sponsors. Meet amazing civilian and non-civilian leaders in aviation and aerospace; explore an impressive selection of cool aircraft on static display; see first-hand how aircraft are built and maintained; engage in fun games and learning activities.
For more info and registration (for free flight only, not the entire event):
Youth Achieving Success is a unique career conference that assists high school students to delve into the wide variety of job industries within their reach. Attendees will learn from the experiences of experts and professionals in Law, Finance, and Engineering among other industries. Attendees will also partake in a number of workshops throughout the day, each giving an in-depth view of the work in the selected career focus.
Born from the idea that there is a lack of spotlight on our futures, Youth Achieving Success strives to provide students the ability to explore their potential, and broaden their career options in post-secondary years. Whether you have aspirations of winning the next Nobel Peace prize, discovering the cure for cancer, or becoming the richest woman or man the world has ever seen, the Youth Achieving Success conference will help put you on the right track.
Youth Achieving Success will be taking place on March 14th, 2015 at the Douglas College New Westminster campus for its inaugural conference.
Registration for the event is only $20, and even cheaper if you are opting for the group rate! You can register through the YAS website at http://yasconference.org/ or speak with Tejas Saggi (604-765-4428 or email@example.com) for more information.