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SmartKiDz introduces high school students to unique educational and leadership opportunities that are steeped in experiential and project-based learning. Every assignment project includes lessons, discussions and hands-on activities that seek to connect youth to their learning community through positive exploration of global issues. Participants begin to create post-secondary entrance portfolios that include these value-based experiences in leadership training, eco-learning and activism, volunteering, cultural understanding and language exploration. The workshops will be delivered by SmartKiDz staff and SFU volunteers at the SFU Surrey-TD Community Engagement Centre.

The SFU Surrey - TD CEC, Back in Motion and Immigrating Women in Science have partnered to offer the Alternate Health Careers in Canada event. This event is geared towards newcomers to Canada who have international education in health care and who may be looking for careers in the health sciences. Panel members range from SFU, Innovation Boulevard, Project Management Institute, Health Match BC, Provincial Health Services Authority, and Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science. The event took place on Wednesday September 24th, 2014 at the SFU Surrey campus.

The SFU Surrey-TD CEC is supporting Bhangra in the City - a new program to be offered in the Surrey Centre area that is open to the public and will provide a safe opporunity for the South Asian community to increase their physical activity. The South Asian community is the largest minority group in Canada and also a group with one of the highest rates of Type 2 Diabetes and cardiovascular disease of any Canadian population with an earlier age onset. The class will have a positive health impact on all attendees through improved social connectedness, mental health, and aerobic fitness.

The SFU Surrey - TD CEC is partnering with DIVERSEcity on their Bundle Up Campaign. The Bundle Up Campaign is designed to collect items that will be distributed to recently arrived refugees in need.

Items will be collected at the SFU Surrey campus from January-February 22nd, 2016. Sorting and distribution of collected items will take place during the week of February 22nd – 26th. We will be collecting the following items:

New Items:

With support from the SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre, Skills Connect for Immigrants Program and the BC Pharmacy Association proudly present:

An event for internationally educated professionals or students interested in pursuing careers as Pharmacists, Pharmacy Assistants, Pharmacy Technicians and pharmacy related fields. 

When: Tuesday February 24th, 2015

Time: 5:30pm-8pm

Where: SFU Surrey Campus (#250-13450 102 Avenue, Surrey BC)

DRIVEN is a program created by SFU students and high school students to reach out to teens in grades 11-12 who might be feeling disengaged and uncertain about their future. Approximately 50% of students do not attend post-secondary education right after high school and may be interested in exploring other options. DRIVEN will create a social environment where secondary students can make connections with peers, SFU students and community. Guest speakers will share their personal journey providing a road map of what the possibilities are after graduation.

The SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre, WorkBC and the City of Surrey jointly present:

Employment Dialogue Series: Social Enterprise, Newcomers to Canada and Youth

Are you a member of the business community, a service provider, a student or a job seeker? Are you interested in learning, networking and sharing best practices on the topics of Social Enterprise, Newcomers to Canada or Youth as they relate to employment?

The SFU Surrey – TD Community Engagement Centre is collaborating with the Friendship Boulevard Foundation for a Summer Program! The program will be run at the SFU Surrey – TD CEC, located at the City Centre Library, room 402. This will be a weekly day camp for children ages 5-13 which offers activities including: crafts, arts, music, science, games, and field trips. Each week is a different theme with fun activities along with snacks and meals.

Adjusting to a new school in a new country can be very challenging for newcomer English Language Learners (ELL’s) who face new challenges in a new country as well as challenges at school. Specifically, these students face double the workload. Newcomer students, for example, have to learn academic English and curriculum as well as integrate into the new school culture and community environment.

GFES

Genesis Family Empowerment Society will be offering a Literacy and Life Skills program through the SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre.