Post Secondary Events
October 12th @ 6:30 p.m.: UBC. Alumni Room.
November 20th @ 9:30 - 11:30: PSIBC Fair: BC Post-Secondary Institutions. Gym.
Student Police Academy: New Westminster Police Department. July 3-14, 2017
Interested grade 11 and 12 students who are interested in a career in policing are invited to apply to the Student Police Academy through the New Westminster Police Department (students do not need to reside in New Westminster). For more information go to:
Student Challenge Program: Vancouver Police Department
Grade 11 and 12 students are invited to apply to the VPD Student Challenge Program, an eight day 'youth police academy' which runs over spring break. For more information and application/contact instructions go to:
City of Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services Youth Outreach Academy
Students in grades 10 - 12 are invited to apply to this five day program to work together in small teams and in challenging environments with training and mentorship in a variety of search and rescue , first aid, and fire fighting skills, as well as fundraising. Visit www.vancouver.ca/youthacademy for information about application.
Junior Diabetes Research Fund
Student volunteers are needed for the 2017 TELUS walk to Cure Diabetes on Sunday, June 11th at Stanley Park. Many positions are available. Registration and more information are available at :https://goo.gl/pl7RZS or by calling or emailing Lisa Mitchell at 604.292.2777 or email@example.com.
CARP (Senior's Advocacy Group)
CARP is looking for student volunteers in grades 11 and 12 to assist with various tasks including set up/take down, handing out info packages, directing traffic, and acting as ambassadors and team leaders for their Senior's Health and Resource Expo on Friday, June 23rd and Saturday, June 24th.The fair will be held at the South Arm United Church at 11051 No. 3 Road in Richmond (@ Steveston Hwy). Interested students can contact Corina Stainsby at 778-866-1215 to sign up.
Student volunteers in grades 9 - 12 are needed for the Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open Tennis Tournamenton June 28 - July 17. Volunteers are needed to help with moving, set up, welcome desk, check in desk, court monitoring, photography/social media, court maintenance, food concession and more. Interested students can sign up at: tennisbc.volunteerlocal.com or call 604.916.0055.
SFU Summer Camps
SFU is now accepting applications for several summer volunteer positions including aquatic, educational, outdoor, recreational, an sports camps. Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age by July 1st. Interested students can review the complete camp descriptions at: www.sfu.ca/camps.html, and apply by completing the application form at: https://goo.gl/forms/jvoX1A34yyWqK7oQ2 and sending a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "2017 Volunteer Application - Your Name'.
Columbus Seniors' Residence
Student volunteers (age 16 or older), who are willing to make a six month commitment, are needed to spend at least an hour and a half each weekend, at morning socials with the seniors at Columbus Residence, located at 704 West 69th Avenue in Vancouver. Volunteers will visit with and play simple games with residents. Interested students can contact Kelsie Tham at kelsiet98@gmailcom.
Pedalheads and Atlantis Swim Programs
Volunteers are needed to assist with programs to teach children how to swim and cycle. Visit the website at: www.pedalheads.com and www.pedalheads.com/AtlantisSwim for more information. Volunteer applications are available at: https://form.jotform.com/42734947037259.
Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open Tennis Tournament
Bumpin BakeryBumpin Bakery is a student founded and run non-profit organization serving coffee and muffins every Sunday morning at the corner of Main and Hastings. Student volunteers are needed to donate muffins and/or serve muffins, coffee, and kindness to those in need in the downtown east side. One dozen muffins donated equals one service hour for VC students. For more information to to www.bumpinbakery.ca.
Post-Secondary Guidance and Counselling
Ms. Beck and Mr. Accili provide a presentation on post-secondary research and selection in the spring of grade 11 to students and their parents . We provide four presentations to grade 12 students in the fall. These presentations cover: post-secondary research and selection, post-secondary application, scholarships and financial aid, and the personal profile. We are available to meet with students, as well as their parents, to assist with research, planning and general application guidance. Detailed information many of this topics is available on the Post-Secondary link.Helpful Articles for Navigating Grade 11