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The "Skills Connect for Immigrants Program" at Back in Motion helps immigrants in British Columbia move into careers that match their experience and background. Back in Motion specializes in helping immigrants prepare for and obtain employment in every sector of the B.C. economy including construction, transportation, manufacturing, tourism and healthcare to name a few! The SFU Surrey - TD CEC and Back in Motion have partnered with Immigrant Women in Science to offer an event at the Surrey campus called “Alternate Health Careers in Canada” aimed at newcomers to Canada with international education in health care. For more information about Back in Motion, please see: http://www.backinmotion.com.

The Baobab Empowerment Society strives to empower vulnerable families and individuals with multiple barriers in our community through advocacy, education, dialogue, innovation, social responsibility and support for humanity. Pre-Employment workshops are currently being hosted at the SFU-Surrey-TD CEC in partnership with the Baobab Inclusive Empowerment Society. For more information about the Baobab Inclusive Empowerment Society, please see: http://www.baobabinclusive.ca.

BC Housing would like to explore a collaborative ‘win-win-win’ initiative whereby tenants of social housing are supported to reduce energy, waste and/or increase their food security, a municipal partner makes progress towards achieving their community development and sustainability objectives in a particular neighbourhood, and non-profit partners can make their community more inclusive to all residents, including those living in social housing. The SFU Surrey-TD CEC has played a vital role in connecting this project to internal SFU resources for support such as the Centre for Sustainable Community Development, SFU Enactus, and SFPIRG.

Be Your Own Best Friend (BYOBF) Network is the first professional South Asian women's networking group in Metro Vancouver. On November 4th, we are presenting Speed Networking: Being Your Best Self & Connecting Authentically. This evening will start with a presentation by BYOBF Network co-founder, Manpreet Dhillon. Manpreet Dhillon is the founder of Into-Essence Coaching and a Certified Personal and Business Coach, Connector and Consultant. Speed networking will conmence after the presentation providing you with an opportunity to utilize the tips and skills you've learned to maximize your networking experience.This event will be held on November 4th from 6:30pm-9pm at the City Centre Library located at 10350 University Drive, Surrey BC, in room 402. REGISTER NOW!

Big Brothers enhances children’s social and emotional development by delivering and advocating for the highest quality, prevention-based mentoring programs. Game On! is a group mentoring program for providing boys and young men with information and support to make informed choices about a range of healthy lifestyle practices. GameOn is offered in partnership with the SFU Surrey-TD CEC. For more information about Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver, please see: http://www.bigbrothersvancouver.com.

Central City is an award-winning world-class facility where you can work, shop and learn all under one roof. Located in the centre of Surrey, Central City is a mixed-use development combining 140 retail stores, restaurants and services. Please see: http://www.centralcity.ca

The SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre has been running programs out of the City Centre Library since 2013. For 2014/2015 we are partnering with the library to offer a tutoring program in partnership with Friends of Simon. We look forward to collaborating with the library on programming and other initiatives concerning the community. For more information about the City Centre Library, please see: http://www.surreylibraries.ca/location-hours/4682.aspx/

The City of Surrey currently partners with the SFU Surrey-TD CEC on a number of programs and events including: The Surrey Community Summit, The Surrey Youth Leadership Action Conference, Rakhi, Fusion Festival, among others. For more information about the City of Surrey, please see: http://www.surrey.ca

The Surrey School District’s Community-Schools Partnership Department (C-SP) works to maximize the collaboration between the district and the community to provide targeted resources and services before, during and after school to support vulnerable children and their families. CS-P delivers programming in over 25 schools across the district, reaching thousands of students and their families each year. www.surreyschools.ca/CommunityServices/CommunitySchools/Pages/

DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society (DIVERSEcity) is a registered not for profit agency offering a wide range of services and programs to the culturally diverse communities of the lower mainland.