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Thrive Week 2020 - Let's TALK!

Date(s): Monday, January 27 to 31
Time: See event schedule
Location: : Various locations - Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses

 From January 27 to 31- Thrive Week is five days of events that focus on promoting positive mental health through encouraging dialogue about balance, community engagement, social support, and healthy lifestyle choices.

The Coast Capital Savings Peer Resource and Leadership Centre (PRLC) and Campus Recreation are partnering to bring you Thrive Week 2020. Five days of events on both the Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses that focus on promoting positive mental health through encouraging dialogue about balance, community engagement, social support, and healthy lifestyle choices.
 
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London International Youth Science Forum Information Session

Date(s): Tuesday, January 28
Time: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: : Abbotsford, B121

Are you interested in going to London England this summer? All expenses paid!We are looking for a student enrolled in a science program at UFV who is academically outstanding and has great leadership and communication skills to represent UFV at the London International Youth Science Forum.
 
Join us at our Info Session and find out what it’s all about!
 

Environment and Planning Networking Event (EPNE)

Date(s): Wednesday, January 29
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: : University House

Connect with other UFV alumni and current students working in or working towards careers in environmental practice and planning. The event kicks off with a panel discussion on transitioning from school to the workplace at 1pm, followed by opportunities to network with others in a supportive, professional atmosphere.

Event is free and open to all UFV alumni and students.

Let us know that you’re coming!
Alumni: RSVP at alumni@ufv.ca
Students: RSVP at networking@ufv.ca

 

UFV INTERNATIONAL IMMIGRATION WORKSHOPS

We know that starting a new life in Canada can be challenging, especially when getting accustomed to a new language, a new culture, and different laws. To help you get settled, UFV is offering a series of Immigration workshops at the Abbotsford campus.

UFV holds regular Study/Work & Postgraduate Permit workshops

hosted by UFV International's Student Relations Specialist, RCIC, John Fernando

You will learn all you need to know about study and work permits in order to make the most of your new Canadian life. You can also get your questions answered about the benefits of getting a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), while you consider whether to continue your studies or apply to work in Canada.

To help you get settled and keep you informed, UFV is offering a series of Immigration workshops at the Abbotsford campus:

Study/Work & Postgraduate Permits 

You will learn all you need to know about study and work permits in order to make the most of your new Canadian life. You can also get your questions answered about the benefits of getting a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), while you consider whether to continue your studies or apply to work in Canada.

All workshops start at 4:00pm and finish at 5:00 pm and will be held in Building B, Room B121 on the Abbotsford Campus.

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February 25

March 3

March 18

✱ ✱ NEW✱ ✱ If you are unable to attend in person, you can participate ONLINE in this workshop. We will send you a link ahead of the session so that you can join us.

You should check important technical requirements, ensure a fast, internet connection and ensure a fast, internet connection and test your audio and video settings a few days ahead.

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Your workshop confirmation and reminder emails confirms the location for the session.

  • Sessions are free but prior registration is required
  • Have your UFV Student ID card with you
  • Only limited seating is available
  • Bring a copy of your immigration document to the session
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For immigration-related questions, please contact John.Fernando@ufv.ca.  John is a Regulated Immigration Consultant (RCIC). Remember to include your student number and contact details.

 

Teacher Education Seminars

Are you thinking about a teaching career? If you are in the first, second, or third year of your undergraduate program and you are thinking of entering the Bachelor of Education at UFV, we recommend that you attend one of the Teacher Education information seminars.

 

  • Find out if a teaching career in elementarymiddle, or secondary school is for you
  • Learn about the educational pathways available at UFV
  • Learn about academic requirements and relevant extra-curricular experience
  • Hear about certification requirements in BC
  • Discover career prospects

 

BEd Secondary School Seminar

2020 dates TBC

BEd Elementary/Middle School Seminar

2020 dates TBC

BEd Application Seminar

2020 dates TBC (ONLY for 2020 BEd admission cycle applicants who have met all requirements)

Book a seat in a BEd Info Seminar

 

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