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Note: many of our activities occur throughout the year and not only during the times below – please consult the links for full information.

Connect with us throughout the year!

January – Happy New Year!

Make sure you’re subscribed to our Tech-It-Out Newsletter for news about computing four times per year. Or sign up for the bi-annual Forensics Investigator.

February

Submit job postings for the May Co-op term.

Check out the upcoming part-time courses in Computing and Technical Writing.

March

Schedule a “career talk” and meet the graduating class students, before they’re all hired!

Have an idea for a student project? Get it in before the April Industry Sponsored Student Project deadline — for inspiration, ask us about attending a student project presentation.

Check out Presentation Idol, our technical communication showcase.

April

Know someone who might be a great instructor? We’re likely hiring for September.

May

Plan to come to get a sneak peek at what our Forensics Grads have been working on at project presentation day – email us to find out more.

June

Time to think about taking a fall Part-time Studies course?

Donors are invited to attend Convocation and Awards Ceremony.

July / August

Computing & IT Industry Sponsored Student Project (“ISSP”) idea deadline for the fall term!

Submit job postings for the January Co-op term.

Celebrate our stars and network with the BCIT Community — keep your eye out for tickets to the BCIT Distinguished Awards Dinner.

September – Back to School!

Let us know if you have a proposal for a tech talk to inspire current students.

Connect with students at the BCIT Student Association’s Technology Industry Day.

October

Check out next term’s PTS courses.

Think you might have a good project for a Technical Writing Certificate student? Send in your project idea for consideration.

November

Scholarship and awards donors are invited to the fall ceremony.

December

Get your computing & IT student project ideas in for the winter term!

 

Hiring

two men smiling.“We’ve been hiring from the CST program since 1999. This year we interviewed 15 students – with the intention of hiring three – but we wound up hiring five. Quite frankly, all of them were qualified.”
Brian and Richard Taylor
CAMS Software