Date: March 7, 2018
Event start time: 6:00pm Pacific Time
Location: Creekside Community Centre, 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, MultiPurpose Room 4 – 2nd floor
This event is a full evening event and there is no cost to attend.
For student members and new graduate student members this is an opportunity for you to connect with and learn from HR Professionals from a variety of industries. Throughout the evening, participants will have the opportunity to circulate amongst the tables, in an organized format, to ask questions and gain knowledge of what the culture and workplace can be like in some of the following industries:
- Finance and Administration
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Essential Services
Come out and meet some of our senior HR practitioners who have worked in these industries for a significant period of time. The evening will begin with ½ hour of networking and the formal program will begin at 6:30 pm sharp.
Dress: Business Casual
Please note – a very light snack will be provided half way though the evening – please have a meal before you arrive.
Paid parking is available under the community center. The center is a 6 minute walk from Skytrain/Main Street station.
Pre-registration is required. Present student and new graduate members of CPHR BC & Yukon will have registration priority. To hold your spot please register before Friday, February 9th. After Feb 9th seats will be made available to future student members.
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UFV India just announced a unique experiential opportunity for a current undergrad student at UFV in Canada — a five-month, all expenses paid, immersive experience at our campus in Chandigarh, India.
The start date for the position is in April of this year (after exams) and ends in August. This would be a wonderful opportunity for a student to experience a new culture while honing their business communications skills.
Please see the attached posting for more information: JD – Qbiz Student Internship
John Laing Capital Management is currently looking for a FM Services Auditor to work as part of the John Laing project team on site at Abbotsford Hospital.
The FM Services Auditor will be responsible for monitoring and auditing the performance of FM contractors and sub-contractors on behalf of Access Health Abbotsford (AHA).
For more information please view the attached job posting: FM Aud Abbotsford JD_Updated Nov 2017
Would you like to start your own business?
Join the UFV School of Business for a tour of the City of Abbotsford Economic Development (CAED). The CAED helps in launching businesses as well as serving businesses that are located in Abbotsford, BC. Here are some of the services that the CAED offers:
- Business Development Consultation
- Government incentives and support
- Marketing toolkit
Don’t miss the chance to attend a tour that will provide you with the knowledge to plan and start up your own business. You will also be able to build your professional network and learn about future job opportunities with CAED.
Date: Thursday, Feb 22
Time: 10 am – 12 pm
Meeting Location: City of Abbotsford Economic Development- 32315 South Fraser Way Abbotsford, BC V2T 1W5
To sign up email email@example.com
We look forward to see you at the event!
Participate in UFV’s Student Research Day
Thursday, April 5 in Evered Hall
11:30 – 12:30 pm Micro-lectures
12:30 – 2:30 pm Poster Presentations
11:30 am – Micro lectures in the Great Hall, South, Student Union Building.
Take the stage and share your research experiences in a high-speed 2-minute lecture. UFV Students only.
How do I register for the Micro-Lectures? Fill out the online registration form by March 26, 2018.
Poster Presentations and Judging
10:30 am – 12:30 pm – Poster Presentation Registration, Set Up and Free Pizza Lunch for poster presenters only, in the Great Hall, Student Union Building ‘S’
12:30 – 2:30 pm – Poster Presentation and Judging in the Great Hall, Student Union Building
Present your research project on a poster in a lively interactive session. Participants compete for scholarship awards between $150-200.
3:00 pm – Awards Ceremony in the Great Hall, Student Union Building
Prizes are awarded to UFV students for their posters.
How do I register for the Poster Presentation? Fill out the online registration form by March 26, 2018.
Who can participate? Students who conduct research under the supervision of a UFV faculty member may take part in the Micro Lecture, Poster Presentation, or both. All Faculties and disciplines are welcome.
Poster Workshop for students:
Learn helpful tips and advice on how to create a successful poster for research. Facilitated by Dr. Michelle Reidlinger.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
10:00 – 11:30 am, A225 Abbotsford campus, please RSVP to Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
What else do I need to know? Detailed participant instructions, Poster Guidelines 2018, photos, and videos are online: Student Research Day. UFV Research Services will cover the cost of posters printed in UFV Print Services. However, students must email the Printroom by Monday March 26, 2018 to be eligible for free printing.
Award winners will be invited to submit their work to the UFV institutional repository HarvestIR. An institutional repository is a web-based system designed to preserve and showcase the notable intellectual work of faculty, staff, and students. Student contributors to HarvestIR will benefit from increased exposure to their work within an online scholarly context, and potential employers, graduate schools, and friends and family can be directed reliably to the content using the permanent URLs. The HarvestIR system also ensures the digital preservation of the submitted content according to professional information management standards.
For more information, see: https://libguides.ufv.ca/HarvestIR
For examples of submitted work, see: http://ufv.arcabc.ca/student-research-posters
If you have any questions please email email@example.com or visit us in the Research Office located in G290, on the second floor of the library on the Abbotsford Campus.
Come take a tour of Phantom Screens and learn more about how you can benefit from a career with one of the largest manufacturers of window and door screens located locally in Abbotsford.
From making the screens that customers love, to marketing and selling them, and distributing those screens within our community and abroad–Phantom Screens does it all.
Whether it be marketing, operations, or selling– Phantom Screens is where you will find it.
Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018
Time: 9 am – 11 am
Meeting Location: Phantom Screens – 30451 Simpson Rd., Abbotsford
To sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org!
The High Commission of Canada in Australia is seeking a candidate to fill a six month contract in Education Marketing and Public Affairs (including media, public relations and information services). The program is open to Canadian citizens or permanent residents under 30 years of age who have graduated from colleges and universities in Canada and Australia. The term is six months commencing in April 2018. Successful applicant will be paid the Australian equivalent of CAD $2,000 per month for a maximum of CAD $12,000 with no deductions. Applications are invited for the following temporary six month contract, from young Canadians who have graduated with majors in relevant areas such as Business, Politics, International Relations, Marketing, Journalism or Communications or have a relevant combination of work and studies. The deadline to apply is 1600 AEST Monday 8 January 2018
For more information please visit: http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/australia-australie/jobs-travaux/2017-11-ar-ra.aspx?lang=eng
Attention School of Business Alumni!
Mertin Auto Group in Chilliwack is looking for a Fleet and Commercial Automotive Sales Advisor to join their team.
If you are looking for an exciting sales career with a family owned company, apply today!
The CanInfra Challenge invites students, academics, and thought leaders from across the country to participate in a public ideas contest aiming to surface the next transformational infrastructure idea for Canada.
Top students and faculty from the University of Fraser Valley are invited to participate in the challenge – the application and further details are on their website (https://www.caninfra.ca/contest)
The winners will have the chance to win $50K and pitch their idea in front of senior government and private sector leaders at their Spring Summit 2018.