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Engineering Events for Girls

When it comes to career choices, girls might get left behind in the gender pay gap again. The 25 highest paying bachelor degrees by salary potential all involve math, physics, or engineering [source]. Work done by engineers can save more lives than individual doctors, through clean water, safer infrastructure, biomedical devices like pacemakers, and many other inventions and solutions. UBC Engineering is encouraging more girls to explore engineering as a career option and we hope you will help by sharing these exciting opportunities.

Engineering Explorations allows girls in Grades 8-12 to explore engineering as a career and participate in a full-day of hands-on engineering workshops. Find out more info and register here! (You can also email Mr. Kuchma - his sister just graduated from the Engineering program at UBCO)

Oct 19, 2019: Grade 12 -Registration closing soon for this date!

Nov 30, 2019: Grade 9

Feb 1, 2020: Grade 11

Feb 22, 2020: Grade 10

Mar 14, 2020: Grade 8

The Women in Engineering Lunch, part of the UBC Engineering & Architecture Open House on November 2, invites girls in grade 10, 11 and 12 to hear from a panel of women about their student and professional experience in engineering. Girls will also be able to network with current UBC Engineering women students. A light lunch is provided.

Register here!

UBC Engineering and Architecture Open House

Located near UBC?

Interested in Engineering and/or Architecture!

Then this open house might be for you. Please check out the website and RSVP at the link provided!

Open to the Public. Free Admission. Join us for:

Try-A-Trade® and Technology activities, Interactive, hands-on challenges, Experiential learning

Over 550 competitors from across Canada. Over 40 trade and technology skill competitions.

Thousands of spectators. Online Registration available soon

Travel Subsidies will be available on a first come first serve basis

Download the SCNC 2020 School Tour Poster

SCNC 2020 Poster

SCNC 2019: 25 Years of Skills Excellence Highlight Video (3 minutes)

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Discover UVic Events

Come to a Discover UVic event near you to meet your UVic recruiter, find out how UVic can help you accomplish your goals and connect with other future UVic students who share your interests. See Discover UVic.

26th Skills Canada National Competition!



Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, BC

May 28 – 29, 2020

ACSI BC Student Leadership Conference

The BC Student Leadership Conference is scheduled for October 28–29 at Summit Pacific College in Abbotsford.

More than ever the people of God need to study and hold to His inerrant Word. Christian school students need to develop the skills necessary to rightly interpret and apply God’s beautiful revelation of Himself.

At this year's Student Leadership Conference students will be encouraged to become more skilled at finding and understanding the truth and subsequently living in a way that incarnates Him to their generation and to their era.

This year’s keynote speaker will be Daniel Markin, Pastoral Intern working with Young Adults at Northview Community Church in Abbotsford.

Details for the Conference, including a link to online registration, are found at

The deadline to register is October 7, 2019

If you plan to attend, please also type your name on this document so the HCOS leadership and other potential attendees get a sense of the overall interest in the event.

If we have enough interest, Mr. Vanee will be attending as the HCOS teacher chaperone.

NEW this year:

· To reduce costs, ACSIWC will no longer accept credit card payment by telephone. During online registration you may choose to either remit fees by credit card or forward a cheque to our office prior to the event. Your confirmation of registration will serve as receipt of fees paid or invoice of fees to be paid.

· To reduce costs, we will no longer mail copies of event brochures to schools. Please feel free to print the attached brochure.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office by email at or by phone at 604.851.6983.

We look forward to seeing you at Student Leadership 2019!

For the King and the Kingdom,

Phil Hills

Executive Regional Director

ACSI Western Canada