Camosun College Interurban Campus offers an Explorations in Technology (TEAC 105) course Fridays from 3:00pm to 6:00pm September to February for students (gr. 10-12) interested in exploring Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, Civil Engineering and Computer Science. Students are responsible for paying the application fee $41.82 and there are no prerequisites. If you are interested please see Mrs. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre for an application. Don’t delay! Seating is limited. The link attached shows last year’s dates but fall 2019 will start on September 13th. http://camosun.ca/learn/south-island-partnership/programs-courses/explorations-in-tech.html
Victoria Police Department Who: Grade 11 & 12 students (16 seats available)
Explore the world of policing through interactive and scenario-based activities
Accepted students will need to make their own way to the police department, and bring a lunch.
It is recommended that students wear comfortable shoes and bring water to stay hydrated throughout the day.
Applications are in the Career Centre and are due in to Mrs. Giesbrecht by Friday, May 17th 2019
SD61 and Westcoast Adventure College have teamed up again this year to offer TALE, Tourism And Leadership Exploration. Gain knowledge in wilderness, first aid, navigation, leadership and communication skills while enjoying the outdoors. Students will earn 4 credits for coursework and 4 credits for work experience. Applications can be picked up in the Career Centre and are due into Mrs. Giesbrecht by end of day April 26th.
SD61 and Pacific Design Academy are offering Summer Graphic Design Program again this summer. This is an 8 week program including a foundation of graphic design knowledge, connection to local industry, advance soft skills and work experience. Students will earn 4 credits for skills and development and 4 credits for work experience. Application can be pick up in the Career Centre and are due into Mrs. Giesbrecht by end of day April 26th.
Achieve Anything Foundation and the Canadian Coastguard have joined forces to show women marine jobs.
Operation: This IS You!
CANADIAN COAST GUARD - SAR, SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE AT SEA
LOCATION: Sidney, BC
March 23, 2019 - 0800-1600
Restrictions: Minimum Age - 14 Years
Hands-on activities will include elements from Coast Guard Search & Rescue, Canadian Hydrographic Service, Marine Communications & Traffic Services, Electronics, Marine Engineering, Science and a tour of CCGS Tanu.
Please Note: Bring your own lunch/snacks! There is a fridge & microwave available for your use.
The student job that kick-starts careers. We offer opportunities for Grade 11 and 12 youth to be paid members of our Youth Get ItInterns. 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.
Applications close on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.
Talk to instructors and program experts, about the subjects you’re interested in and get the answers you need to make the decision that’s right for you. There will be campus tours throughout the evening and snacks will be available.
The uStart program provides an opportunity for high-achieving high school students from the Greater Victoria School District (SD61) to enroll in selected courses at the University of Victoria (UVic) for dual credit during their grade 12 year. As a uStart participant, you will:
Participation in uStart is open to students who are:
In their Grade 12 year at a secondary school in SD61
Canadian citizens or permanent residents (International students can access UVic through the Accelerated Entry program - fees apply)
Applications are submitted during the Grade 11 school year, enabling students to plan how they will fit courses at UVic into their Grade 12 studies.
Review the program guide to see if uStart is the right fit for you and your educational goals. You’ll need to think about your future post-secondary plans, what class you’d like to study at UVic and if you’ll have room with your high school timetable and busy schedule.
If you’re thinking about applying, you should speak with your high school counsellor or principal as early as possible about your interest in the program. Together you can decide if participation is a good option for you. Your high school counsellor or principal can help you prepare your application package.
Tuition and program fees
Your uStart tuition will be paid by SD61. However, you are responsible for paying student fees and other costs related to your studies, such as textbooks and lab supplies.
April - applications are sent in
May - decisions are sent by email.
May / June - uStart students select courses (with help from high school counsellors)
End of June - Official admission letters are mailed to uStart participants.
Fall / winter - Participants attend classes at UVic .