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July

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 NIC Student Artwork on Display at Lewis Centre

Explore ‘The Act of Painting’ with NIC fine art and design students at the Courtenay Lewis Centre.

The exhibit showcases the work of five emerging artists who have studied painting at NIC’s School of Fine Art and Design.

“These students and their works are remarkable,” says NIC instructor Elizabeth Russell. “The School of Fine Art and Design wants to thank Carol Millar and all the Lewis Centre staff for supporting emerging artists.”

The exhibit displays an eclectic range of thematic concerns, styles and techniques as each artist finds their unique voice through the act of painting. It includes:

  • Theo Papanikolaou, a Fine Arts diploma student from Alberta, whose expressive paintings “splatter brain” and “into the void” explore the genres of photo realism and abstraction.
  • Leslie Wynne, an artist and NIC Bachelor of Nursing degree student, whose representational paintings of “Mr. Bob” and “The Salon” express her ability to capture the humanity she experiences in everyday encounters with people in her life.
  • Mike Hilland, an NIC Fine Arts diploma alumni and a talented musician, whose magical and haunting surreal scenes in paintings fluctuate from real life to dream states.
  • Lesley-Anne Watts, an artist and NIC English Instructor, whose vibrant and lyrical works such as “The Troubles meet Jazz” reference her connections to Ireland and her interest in abstraction and craft practices.
  • Suzanne Slattery, a multi-talented Design and Fine Arts diploma student, whose sultry portrait, “Supery Sailor” is a bold abstract work rich in technique and spirit.

The exhibit is free and available to view daily during Lewis Centre’s operating hours.

NIC School of Fine Art and Design offers courses in digital media, design, printmaking, sculpture, drawing, photography, ceramics and art history. Students interested in learning to paint or advancing their skills and talents in art and design can take individual courses or register in the Fine Arts diploma.

For more information about the program, courses or prerequisites, email questions@nic.bc.ca.

September

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Global Leaders of Tomorrow Connects Students with Mentors

NIC's Global Leaders of Tomorrow program is a great opportunity for students to receive mentorship, increase knowledge and learn networking skills.

Student mentees connect with mentors in the business community, build networking skills and gain valuable business contacts. Please read through the program guidelines and then click here to apply to be a mentee.

Mentors share their knowledge and experience with a new generation of business leaders while tapping in to the students’ theoretical knowledge of current business trends. Please read through the program guidelines and click here to apply to be a mentor.


 

October

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Launch your TV & Film Crew Career at NIC

Choose from four in demand careers within one of BC's fastest growing industries. 

Length: 3-4 weeks per course, full time.
Cost: $275/ course

Production Assistant Training 
Campbell River: Oct 10 -30 | Port Alberni: Nov 6-27
Gain essential skills and industry knowledge needed to pursue entry-level employment as a production assistant. Preference will be given to applicants with Aboriginal ancestry.
Instructors: Mark Voyce, Location Manager and Donna Hains, Human Resource Specialist

Lighting Film Training
Campbell River: Nov 14-Dec 11 | Port Alberni: Jan 8-Feb 2
Learn to plan, develop and execute lighting schemes to support film and TV shots. This training is well suited to individuals who have completed the electrical foundation program and individuals who are ready to diversify their careers.
Instructor: John Helme, Gaffer/Chief Lighting Technician

Grip Film Training
Campbell River: Nov 14-Dec 11 | Port Alberni: Jan 8-Feb 2
Learn how to configure camera and lighting equipment to get the perfect shot, understand industry protocols and execute professional shots. This program is well suited to individuals who enjoy hard work, have a technical aptitude and desire to work in the creative industries.
Instructor: Jeff Smith, Key Grip

Carpentry and Set Construction Training
Campbell River: Nov 14-Dec 11 | Port Alberni: Jan 8-Feb 2
Learn about the materials and requirements to design, build and take down sets. This training is well suited to individuals who have completed the Carpentry Foundation program and who are ready to diversify their careers.
Instructor: Hal Keown, Journeyman Carpenter and Master Craftsman, Set Construction Coordinator and Foreman

To request a training application package, email filmtraining@nic.bc.ca
All communications for this training are via email and will be answered within 24 hours.

 


 

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Study Abroad in Ancient Greece

Study abroad with NIC instructors Sara Vipond and Jim Anderson in May 2018. Earn nine university transfer credits and visit archaeological sites while touring the island of Crete.

Courses include:

  • ANT-293 Third Rock Archaeology
  • HIS-205 Travels in Time
  • FIN-110 Drawing & 2-Dimensional Language I; or FIN-210 Drawing & 2-Dimensional Language III

Apply now:

  • Complete a NIC Study Abroad Application package and submit it to NIC's Office of Global Engagement.
  • Pay a $500 deposit by Friday, December 1, 2017. Full payment due Wednesday, January 31, 2018.

For more information contact Jim Anderson at jim.anderson@nic.bc.ca or Sara Vipond at sara.vipond@nic.bc.ca

November

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Study Abroad in the Philippines

Immerse yourself in a cultural experience that will foster global and cultural awareness and inform your future practice. You will receive credit for SSW-250 or HSW-250 as you take part in field work in and around Cebu City.

When: May 1 - 28, 2018

Cost: $3,900 (Includes airfare, ground transportation in the Philippines, accommodation, meals, field trips and educational excursions. Does not include tuition, spending money and non-educational excursions). Financial support is available.

Apply now:

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Info Session: Study Abroad in Bosnia & Croatia

Join us at an info session to learn more about a spring 2018 opportunity to study abroad with NIC instructors Dan Hinman-Smith and Norman Bendle.

  • Comox Valley campus - Wednesday, November 29, 12 pm, Village D
  • Comox Valley campus -  Wednesday, November 29, 4 pm, Village D
  • Campbell River campus - Tuesday, December 1, 1 pm, C-226
  • Port Alberni campus - December 8, 1 pm, S-112

Earn six university transfer credits while learning about the 1990's Balkan conflict and the efforts to build peace in the war's aftermath.

Apply now:

 

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Free Lunch & Culture Event at NIC's Campbell River campus

Join us for lunch and culture with our Elders-in-Residence. Enjoy a meal together while sharing cultural knowledge such as traditional plants and healing, the medicine wheel, history of the button blanket, cedar weaving, drum making and more.

Date: November 14 with June Johnson and November 27 with Daryle Mills
Time: 12 - 2 pm
Location: Aboriginal Student Lounge, NIC Campbell River campus, Room C-227

Everyone is welcome. Admission is free.

For more information or to RSVP contact Samantha Webster at Samantha.webster@nic.bc.ca or 250-923-9741

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Be a Peer Mentor with NIC's Office of Global Engagement

New international students will be arriving in January and NIC's Office of Global Engagement is looking for peer mentoring volunteers. This is an exciting opportunity for continuing students to help new students settle and adjust to life in Canada and at NIC.

Many of you offer this kind of help already to your fellow students, but this program provides formal training, workshop retreats, a letter of reference, certification, and will provide you with resume-boosting formal experience.

  • Time Commitment: 30 minute interview (all applicants will be interviewed). Successful applicants will be required to participate in a one-day training seminar in early December, help with new student orientation (January 2 and January 5, 2018), mentor their assigned students one-on-one and organize student group socials through the semester.
  • Deadline for Applications: November 24, 2017. Limited positions available.

The ideal peer mentor candidate will be able to give:

  • Time. Up to four hours/week.
  • Enthusiasm. A love for people and an ability to encourage new students positively with helpful information to help them succeed.
  • Open-mindedness. Non-judgmental, ability to see that people from different cultures should share and exchange culture in order to grow personally.
  • Support. Up to five students per semester.

To apply: please complete the application and send to Nadine.Biggs@nic.bc.ca.

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NIC Tourism and Hospitality Certificate Now Available in Port Hardy

Two-year, part-time program starts January 29 at NIC’s new Thunderbird Mall campus.

Gain the skills to compete in BC’s growing tourism and hospitality industry without leaving Port Hardy.

Explore West Coast tourism on class field trips to some of BC’s top resorts, while learning from experts in the field. In just one application, you can be on your way to an exciting career that will allow you to work locally and across BC.

There are 16 seats available. Visit the program page for more program information, including costs, prerequisites and more..

Aboriginal students may be eligible to have tuition and student fees covered for Winter 2018.

How to apply:

Students can apply in person at the current Mount Waddington campus location at 9300 Trustee Road until Dec. 14. The new Thunderbird Mall campus will be open and accepting applications from Jan. 2 onwards.

For more information, contact Christy Whitmore at christy.whitmore@nic.bc.ca or at 250-949-7912 ext. 2863.

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Learn Kwak'wala in Port Hardy

Date: Jan 2 to Apr 3, 2018

Time: Tuesdays, 5 to 8 pm

Location: NIC's Mount Waddington campus

For more information or to register, contact Student Services at -1800-715-0914 or register in person at the NIC Mount Waddington campus.

 

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NIC Global Learning Initiative Presents: Birth of a Family Documentary

Removed from their young Dene mother’s care as part of Canada’s infamous Sixties Scoop, Betty Ann, Esther, Rosalie and Ben were four of the 20,000 Indigenous children taken from their families between 1955 and 1985, to be either adopted into white families or to live in foster care. As the four siblings piece together their shared history, their connection deepens, bringing laughter with it, and their family begins to take shape.

Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm (doors open at 6 pm). A short discussion with local elders will follow the film.

Location: Stan Hagen Theatre, NIC Comox Valley campus

Admission is by donation to NIC's Global Learning Initiative, which aims to foster awareness of global issues through partnerships with local communities and individuals.

There will also be an opportunity to purchase chocolate and coffee in support of this fund.

For more information contact Lynne Oberik at 250-334-5061 or lynne.oberik@nic.bc.ca

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Interested in Teaching at Comox Valley ElderCollege?

Take part in a free workshop, Friday November 24, starting at 9 am.

Learn to design and facilitate engaging workshops and courses in this two-part course, designed for novice and experienced course leaders.

Date: Friday, Nov 24
Time: 9 am to 4 pm

Design your workshop/class 9 to 12 noon

Have you always wanted to teach but are not sure how to get started? Are your passionate about
something and want to share it with others? The Five Minute Facilitator’s step by step process
presents a simple, clear framework to organize your content and really help your learners learn. You
will learn how to organize effective learning experiences by ...well...organizing effective learning
experiences! Templates are included.
 
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to design:
  • Learning objectives
  • Facilitation framework
  • Learning activities for the head, body, and heart
  • Learning activities that progress from simple to practical
  • Evaluation techniques

Facilitate engaging workshops/courses 1 - 4 pm

Activate your workshops and engage your participants with these simple, fun, and powerful
techniques. Bring your lesson plan or workshop outline and leave with it enhanced and energized.
Using the Five Minute Facilitator format, you will receive five minutes of instruction and then
practice each technique for 25 minute. You will ‘learn by doing’ each technique to strengthen your
confidence and heighten your performance.
 
By the end of this workshop you will be able to facilitate:
  • Group agreements
  • Small group discussions
  • Strengths based activities
  • Problem solving
  • Feedback

Leslie’s bio

Leslie Robinson helps experts become great leaders and teachers. Her techniques are simple,
provocative, fun and really work. Passionate about helping teachers teach really well so their
learners really learn, she has trained thousands of facilitators and teachers through the
internationally renowned Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW), BC’s Provincial Instructor Diploma
Program (PIDP) and U Vic’s award winning Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education Program
(CACE). Leslie holds a Masters degree in Adult Education.
 

For more information, email eafussell@gmail.com

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O’man’s ‘Nam’a (We are One) Project: Unearthing Indigenous Leadership Principles through Language

Bring your lunch and join NIC faculty Sara Child and Caitlin Hartnett as they share their research project O’man’s ‘Nam’a (We are One) Project: Unearthing Indigenous Leadership Principles through Language.

The project gathered knowledge from local Kwakwaka’wakw Elders, exploring leadership language and concepts. The knowledge gathered from Elders during this project will serve to build a locally-relevant Indigenous Youth leadership camp framework through the lens of language.

Date: Friday, November 24
Time: 12 – 1 pm 
Location: TYE 203, Comox Valley Campus

For more information, contact April Whalen
april.whalen@nic.bc.ca | 250-923-9771

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Comox Valley ElderCollege Lecture Series:
Making Sense of Dietary Advice

Join Comox Valley ElderCollege for the seventh of eight lectures in the 2017 Food For Thought Lecture Series, Making Sense of Dietary Advice, with Dr. Jen Wrye.
 
Course code: CVEC-9007
Date: Nov 25
Time: 10 am to 12 pm

Jen Wrye is a Sociology instructor at North Island College with expertise in food studies. She is the Director of LUSH Valley Food Action Society and is also working on research projects related to teaching and food security in the Comox Valley. Jen will address common questions asked on the topics of food and nutrition. What is a healthy diet? How can we measure the health qualities of food? When did all this advice get started? Jen's presentation will examine the emergence and history of nutrition and dietary advice. She will also consider the way in which the idea of eating well has changed and what that means for how we eat today. Food is always a popular subject and facts and fiction even more so. Jen will explore some facts and also some misconceptions that we currently hold about food.

For more information, or to register for Comox Valley ElderCollege, visit https://www.nic.bc.ca/eldercollege/cvcampus.aspx or read the Fall 2017 newsletter.

 

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Join us to celebrate the new McDonald's to NIC Degree Pathway

North Island College and McDonald’s Canada are working together to provide more opportunities to access post-secondary education for restaurant managers at McDonald’s. Employees can put their restaurant management training to work as credits towards a Bachelor of Business degree at NIC, thanks to the new McDonald’s to NIC Degree Pathway.

Date: Thursday, November 30
Time: 3:30 to 4:15 pm
Location: Crown Isle McDonald's, #800 - 444 Lerwick Rd

 

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Write Here Readers Series hosts Christine Lowther and Judy LeBlanc

Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017

Time: 7 pm

Location: Tyee Lounge, North Island College Comox Valley campus

Christine Lowther is co-editor of two anthologies and author of three poetry books plus a memoir. She won the creative non-fiction category of the Federation of British Columbia Writers 2016 Literary Writes contest and the 2014 Rainy Coast Arts Award for Significant Accomplishment. Her poems appear in Refugium: Poems for the Pacific, Force Field: 77 Women Poets of British Columbia, and Make it True: Poetry from Cascadia while her prose appears in The Summer Book, Wild Moments, In the Company of Animals, and Where the Nights are Twice as Long. Christine’s prose poem 'Not a Lake' recently appeared in The Malahat Review. She lives in Clayoquot Sound. For a full list of book titles and more information, visit christinelowther.blogspot.ca

Judy LeBlanc is a fiction writer and NIC English instructor. She has a number of stories published in Canadian literary journals, including Filling Station, The Malahat Review, Prism, Antigonish Review and Grain. In 2017, she was longlisted for the Prism Short Fiction contest, and in 2015 she won the Islands Fiction contest. She has written reviews for The Coastal Spectator and the Malahat Review.has won the Antigonish Review's fiction contest, and has been longlisted for the CBC short story prize. She is a founding member and former artistic director for the Fat Oyster Reading Series. Promise of Water, her collection of short stories, was published by Oolichan Press in fall 2017.

For more information on this event or the Write Here Readers Series, contact Nick Van Orden at Nicholas.VanOrden@nic.bc.ca or call 250-334-5000 ext. 4189

 

December

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Comox Valley ElderCollege Lecture Series: For the Love of Food

Join Comox Valley ElderCollege for the last of eight lectures in the 2017 Food For Thought Lecture Series, For the Love of Food.
 
Course code: CVEC-9008
Date: Dec 2
Time: 10 am to 12 pm

Three people whose career and passion focus around food will share their stories. Tricia St. Pierre, co-owner of Locals Restaurant will talk about how Locals manages to celebrate the uniqueness of the Comox Valley. As well as her serving experience, Tricia's nursing education and management prepared her well for the responsibilities of managing a busy restaurant. Steve Stewart, general manager of Edible Island, will discuss the products and types of services that appeal to his nutrition conscious customers. Steve is passionate about health and how it relates to the kind of foods we choose to eat daily. Lindsay Anderson, co-author of FEAST: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip, will share the adventures they experienced in search of stories about Canadian food. They launched FEAST as a celebration of Canada's food, culture, and wealth of compelling characters.

For more information, or to register for Comox Valley ElderCollege, visit https://www.nic.bc.ca/eldercollege/cvcampus.aspx or read the Fall 2017 newsletter.

 

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Multi-Faith Panel Discussion hosted by NIC's Office of Global Engagement

Join us in welcoming representatives from various spiritual traditions for a multi-faith panel. Discover a taste of the spiritual diversity in the Comox Valley as we come together to cultivate mutual respect and understanding.

Each panelist will share a 10 to 15 minute presentation on the main tenets of their faith and provide an overview of how their faith reaches across ethnicity and language to a deeper common humanity.

Date: Monday, December 4, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm (Doors open at 6 pm)

Location: Stan Hagen Theatre

Everyone is welcome. A moderated discussion and Q&A session will take place after the presentations. Refreshments will be provided.

For more information contact Cathy Mutis at 250-334-5021 or cathy.mutis@nic.bc.ca

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NIC Faculty Association and NISU host National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women Events on Campus

December 6 was established in 1991 by the Parliament of Canada as the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women to commemorate the anniversary of the 1989 Montreal Massacre. This incident, while extreme and rare, reminds us that gender-based violence continues in Canada and around the world.

Drop-In Discussion: Learn to be More than a Bystander

Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Time: 12 to 2 pm

Location: Tyee Lounge, NIC Comox Valley Campus

Screening of The Hunting Ground followed by Q&A

Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Time: 4:30 pm

Location: Stan Hagen Theatre, NIC Comox Valley campus

For more information contact Carissa Reynolds at services@nisu.ca

 

 

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NIC Culinary Arts Christmas Lunch Buffet

NIC Culinary students will be serving a Christmas lunch buffet Wednesday, December 6 at the NIC cafeteria in Campbell River, in support of the Professional Cook Program.

Date: Wednesday, December 6
Time: Seating at 11:30, Lunch at 12
Location: NIC Cafeteria, Campbell River campus

View the menu here.

The event is now sold out.

 

 

 

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Free Lunch & Culture Event at NIC's Campbell River campus

Join us for lunch and culture with our Elders-in-Residence. Enjoy a meal together while sharing cultural knowledge such as traditional plants and healing, the medicine wheel, history of the button blanket, cedar weaving, drum making and more.

Date: December 7 with June Johnson and December 13 with Daryle Mills
Time: 12 - 2 pm
Location: Aboriginal Student Lounge, NIC Campbell River campus, Room C-227

Everyone is welcome. Admission is free.

For more information or to RSVP contact Samantha Webster at Samantha.webster@nic.bc.ca or 250-923-9741



2018

January

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Run to Quit starts January 2018

Run to Quit is an innovative program that pairs the quit smoking expertise of the Canadian Cancer Society with the Running Room’s learn to walk/run 5 km clinics. Participants are supported by a Quit Coach through a gradual 10-week walk/run program in combination with evidence-based smoking cessation strategies, such as exercise and group support.

Run to Quit is suitable for non-runners and people with any level of fitness. Non-smokers are invited to join at half price to support someone who is participating in the program.

Run to Quit participants are 7x more likely to successfully quit smoking than those who try to quit cold turkey. Exercise reduces cravings, helps manage withdrawal symptoms and inspires people to be healthier. By choosing to champion Run to Quit you are helping people access proven quit smoking resources. 

Read about the success of Run to Quit program here.

To learn more contact NIC Bachelor of Science in Nursing student Maria Labonte at MLabonte@northislandcollege.ca

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NIC Offers Fully-Funded Building Service Worker Training in Port Alberni*

Prepare to work with commercial cleaning companies, maintain camp bunkhouses or start your own business. Gain essential workplace skills and certifications, prepare your résumé and connect with employers during workplace practicums.

*Funding criterial must be met to participate

Date: January 15 to February 9
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Location: NIC Port Alberni Campus

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Register Now for NIC Student Leadership Retreat:
Breaking Through with Leadership

Date: January 20-21, 2018

Location: Camp Homewood, Quadra Island, BC

Cost: $30 per student

Connect with Troy Stende, award-winning campus speaker, for a series of unique, dynamic workshops where you will learn to:

  • break through habits that are holding you back.
  • become the leader you wish to be.
  • tackle conflict with Troy's unique Leadership Dogs approach.

Visit www.stendeinspirations.com to learn more about Troy Stende.

 

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Enhanced Security Guard

This program provides the knowledge and practical skills required for entry into the field, including mandatory training required for provincial licensing. 

Funding for this program is provided by the Government of Canada-British Columbia Job Fund. Tuition & textbooks are provided at no cost to eligible participants.

Program Dates: Winter 2018:  February 19 – March 16, 2018  Monday through Friday, 9 - 5 pm
Location:  North Island College, Comox Valley (classes may be held at various locations, bus or alternate transportation is required).  
 
Funding Eligibility: Funding for this program is provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Job Fund. Tuition and textbooks are provided at no cost to eligible participants. Sponsorship does not include living expenses. 
 
All participants must meet the following basic eligibility criteria: 
• be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident 
• be legally entitled to work in Canada
• currently be living in British Columbia
• not be a student (i.e., not enrolled in high school or post-secondary training) and
• at the time the training is to take place, not be participating in another provincially or federally funded labour market program. 
 
In addition, training priority will be given to participants who are: 
a) Unemployed and not eligible for employment insurance programming; more specifically:
i.  An individual who has not established an EI claim in the last five (5) years.

Participation Requirements: You should be in good physical condition; able to work standing for long periods of time; able to lift items weighing up to 20 pounds; and able to read and write in English. A criminal record check is required for admission. 

Best to apply by: January 22, 2018 to guarantee a seat in the program. 

For more information and to confirm your eligibility, contact NIC Continuing Education:
karen.mccomber@nic.bc.ca or 250-334-5000 ext 4601

 

February

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Comox Valley ElderCollege Winter Courses begin. 

Stay tuned for upcoming courses and the Winter 2018 Comox Valley ElderCollege newsletter.

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Effective Grant Writing

Is your community or non-profit organization looking for funds to sustain or develop a project or program?

This story-filled, two-day workshop gives you the basics and more for locating funding sources, developing a proposal, and networking with partners. You are invited to bring current proposal projects on the second day of the workshop for group and individual assistance.

Date: February 15-16, 2018
Time: 9 am - 4 pm
Location: Comox Valley Campus

Best to apply by February 1

March

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NIC's 8th Annual Career Fair

Save the date! Join our Student Employment Services for the next annual NIC Career Fair on March 22, 2018.

This free event for students provides employers the opportunity to promote their companies and meet with skilled and enthusiastic potential employees in the Comox Valley region.

Whether you are looking for an employee to fill short-term, seasonal, or permanent positions, you will meet with exceptional students, new graduates, alumni, and community members.

Online registration for this not-to-be-missed event is available in October 2017.

Date: Tuesday, March 22
Time: 11 am - 3 pm
Location: Filberg Centre, 411 Anderton Ave., Courtenay, BC

About Student Employment Services

Student Employment Services (SES) assists students in developing strategies for effective job searching, while helping connect students with businesses and organizations that are seeking new employees. Improve your resume building, letter-writing and interview skills and learn more about co-op education opportunities by making an appointment with an Employment Services Advisor. Questions? Contact an SES advisor at studentemployment@nic.bc.ca or call: 250-334-5000 (Comox Valley campus) or 250-923-9700 (Campbell River campus).