In response to the COVID-19 crisis, BCIT Foundation is operating with a minimum staff presence as the balance of our team works remotely. Rest assured that we continue to be hard at work, supporting our students, alumni, donors, partners, and you, our volunteers, as we always have. Thank you for your patience in these unprecedented times.
The health, safety, and well-being of our staff and the community is very important to us. Please feel free to connect with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 604-432-8803, and we will return your inquiry as soon as possible.
We appreciate those who have reached out to ask how they can help. As we understand the tremendous impact COVID-19 has on our students, we will be sharing opportunities to support their success amidst this turmoil.
Be safe, be well. Together we can overcome this.
Your generosity has the power to change lives. With your support, we can give our students a way forward through life-changing bursaries, scholarships, and awards. We can also invest in BCIT to ensure our graduates have the skills they need to tackle the world’s complex challenges. Together, we can cultivate the creators, leaders, and innovators of tomorrow. Learn more.
The INSPIRE Campaign
INSPIRE is BCIT’s largest-ever fundraising campaign. Focused on renewing infrastructure and education to meet the needs of employers and students for generations to come, this campaign will ensure BCIT continues to lead in innovation, technology, and applied education. The INSPIRE Campaign focuses on three key pillars:
- Campus redevelopment
- Access and inclusion
- Teaching and learning innovation
Together, we can transform applied education to advance the prosperity of British Columbia and inspire change around the globe. Learn more about INSPIRE.
Ever since Hannah was a young girl, she loved doing things with her hands. Today, she is an Ironworker Apprentice at BCIT and one step closer to realizing her dream career, thanks to the generosity of donors. Watch her story below.
Moshtagh and his family came to Canada as refugees 15 years ago with a dream of a better life. Today, he is the first person in his family to graduate with a post-secondary education, a BCIT Civil Engineering diploma. Watch his story below.