- November 28, 2017
- 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
- 17798 62 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S
- 1 604 681 2153
HOW TO GET THERE
Driving east from Abbotsford or Chilliwack: Drive west on Hwy 1 ( Trans Canada); Exit Hwy 1 at 200th Street exit; Drive South on 200th Street until you reach 64th Avenue; Turn right on 64th Avenue; Stay on 64th Avenue until your Reach Gate 8
Driving from Richmond: Drive South on Hwy 99 until you reach Hwy 91; Exit Hwy 99 at Hwy 91; Drive on Hwy 91 until you reach 56th Ave; Exit on 56th Avenue ( Hwy 10); Drive East on Hwy 10 until you reach Hwy 15; Turn Left on hwy 15 ( 176th Street); Drive North on Hwy 15 until you reach 60th Avenue; Turn; Right on 60th Avenue (7 Eleven); Turn left into gate 2
Driving from Vancouver via the Port Mann Bridge: Head east on Highway 1 over the Port Mann Bridge.; Exit right onto 176th Street (Highway 15).; Head south on 176th until you get to the Cloverdale Fair Grounds.
There are a number of busses that extend to Cloverdale Agriplex. Take busses 320, 340, 364, 531, 595 and then walk approximately 10 minutes to arrive at Cloverdale Agriplex.
LEARNING LOUNGE SPEAKERS
9:30 AM – Importance of Work Experience While Studying by Public Service Commission
Presenters from the Public Service Commission of Canada will be here to talk abot various options available to students with a wide range of interests and areas of study, as it relates to gaining work experience in a federal government department or agency. Several key recruitment strategies in the Pubic Service are focussed exclusively on targeting and atrracting students of all levels, including secondary students, so its very possible to find your fit!
10:15 AM – Health, Wellness & Workplace Safety by Uvic: School of Health Information Science
Ever wonder how companies created their employee health programs? That’s thanks to health informatics! Learn how this field promotes the health & wellbeing of citizens, especially in creating a safer work environment. If you’re passionate about helping others and love tech, you can also learn how health information science combines both to make a rewarding career!
11:30 AM – Balancing Work, Life and Money by SchoolCreative Institute of the Arts
Do what you love OR make money? Too often, that’s the (false) choice we think we have to make. Discover the truth about Canada’s exploding film, TV, animation and video game industry, and the growing career opportunities that await those who want to make a living doing what they love.
1:00 PM – After Graduation: Study, Work or Travel? by Study North BC.ca
Imagine living in a place that can give you all three? The Northern BC student experience offers the benefits of living in a city, without becoming just a face in the crowd. Students in the North have access to smaller class sizes, resulting in increased individual attention within your programs, close-knit student communities and a high quality level of education, preparing you for the workforce or your next step in education. BC’s economic heartland offers high-paying skilled jobs and social and recreational activities minutes from your campus. We invite you to learn more about our institutions: College of New Caledonia, Northern Lights College, Northwest Community College and the University of Northern British Columbia.
Interactive Gallery sponsored by Centre for Arts and Technology
Learning Lounge sponsored by Education & Career Fairs