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青少年领袖训练 + 义工机会 NOW BC

June 5, 2015 Leave a comment


Youth Ambassador training: This has been an annual event on welcoming new comers before Sept.  This has been a meaningful experience for new many families.  You will be trained to help with the planning and delivery of NOWBC including the design and facilitation of games and activities for newcomer youth in particular. These games and activities will help newcomer youth become familiar with Canada, Vancouver schools, the ELL system as well as basic school integration such as packing a lunch and using a locker. Click Here for more info –  Calling Youth Leaders NOW 2015 Fillable PDF    please contact Audrie (SWIS) if you are interested!  Deadline is extended.


UBC区成人初/中级英语课程 English classes

April 7, 2014 Leave a comment

ESL Class at The Old Barn: 

  • Tuesday and Thursdays from 9:30am-12:00pm
  • Intermediate Level ESL class (a combo of Lower Inter mediate and Upper Intermediate), focusing on Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

More Info – Contact Morna McLeod at VCC (

Youth Leadership Training 青少年领袖训练

March 1, 2014 Leave a comment

Youth Leadership at Kits House Tuesdays Through: Mar 25, 2014 — Grow into a community leader! Geared towards Westside youth ages 14-17. The program builds leadership and teamwork skills.

参加英语沟通小组 (或帮忙带领小组)English Conversation Circles

November 8, 2013 6 comments

We are looking for 3 volunteers to plan and facilitate weekly conversation groups to English Language Learners so that they can improve their English language skills and get to know their community better.

ECC Volunteer Hosts will participate in 2 mandatory orientation sessions in January 2014 (exact date/time TBA), hosts will run an ECC 1.5-hours/week for 10 weeks with up to 8 participants, there will be simple reports to fill out on a monthly basis and attend 3-4 meetings per ECC session with the Volunteer Programmer.

For more information –

Community Service Assistant Training Certificate program

September 19, 2013 1 comment

This program is an 11 week program that will be starting on October 7 – December 20, 2013. It is free of charge and will prepare participants to gain new skills that will improve their employment opportunities in the job market. contact Lina Sehgal – ESA Advisor (Tel: 604.871.7000 ext.8307)

Program Outline:

• Office Procedures
• Keyboarding for Speed Building
• Writing Dynamic Business Letters
• Word, Excel, Power Point 2010
• Grammar Review for Business Writing
• Mac + Beginners
• Memo, Email and Report Writing
• Mac + Social Media
• Effective Notes and Minutes
• Mac + Story Telling
• Interpersonal Communication Skills
• Mac + Web Design
• Basic Counselling Skills
• Social Media for Entrepreneurs
• Diversity, Cultural and Counselling

You may be eligible if you are:
• Unemployed, not in receipt of Employment Insurance in the past three years
• Legally entitled to work in Canada
• Be living in British Columbia
• Not a Student (i.e. enrolled in high school or enrolled in post secondary training)
• Not currently participating in another LMA funded program
• Experiencing difficulties securing employment due to lack of skills training

Business Immigrant Integration Support 中僑新移民創業項目

September 4, 2013 Leave a comment

BIIS provides enhanced business and settlement services for immigrants who are interested in pursuing business ownership or entrepreneurial opportunities in British Columbia. The objective of the Business Immigrant Integration Support (BIIS) is to accelerate the settlement and economic integration process of entrepreneurial immigrants. – See more at:

Volunteer – Library Champions

September 3, 2013 1 comment

The NewToBC Library Champions Project is looking for new immigrants living in Vancouver with an interest and passion for libraries!

Library Champions will be provided training to understand the full range of resources and services available at libraries for new immigrants and to improve their communication and presentation skills. Champions will then reach out into the community to share this information with other newcomers and encourage them to become library users.

For more information, check NewToBC

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