Sunday, March 3, 2013

This week at Douglas: shop for shoes, attend a career fair, see Top Girls and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas College March 4-10:


Monday, March 4


Career Fair
New West Campus, concourse
10am-3pm
Thinking of a new career, from hospitality, to computing, to criminal justice? Explore your options at the 23rd Annual Douglas College Career Exploration Fair.

Tuesday, March 5


Women's Self-Defense Workshop
New West Campus, room 2803 
2:30-4:30pm Presented in honour of International Women's Day. Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, March 6


Career Fair
Coquitlam Campus, atrium
10am-3pm
Thinking of a new career, from hospitality, to computing, to criminal justice? Explore your options at the 23rd Annual Douglas College Career Exploration Fair.

Thursday, March 7


Human Trafficking & the Sex Industry Workshop
New West Campus, room 3343
9:30-11:30am
Presented in honour of International Women's Day. Free and open to the public. More info: doug: the community blog

Friday, March 8


Career Planning Workshop
Coquitlam Campus, room A2050
3-5pm
This is the second part of a workshop for students who are interested in exploring their career options. You must have attended part 1 on Friday March 1.

Walk a Mile in a Woman's Shoes Shoe Sale 
New West Campus, concourse
11am-4pm 
In honour of International Women's Day, the Douglas College Women's Centre is holding a shoe sale of gently used footwear to raise money for bursaries to support women in their studies. Starting from $2/pair! More info: doug: the community blog

HPV Clinic
New West Campus, room 2212
9am-4pm
Are you a woman born 1991-1993? If so, you are eligible for a limited, one-time free HPV vaccine. Presented by the Douglas Students' Union. Administered by Safeway pharmacists. Please bring your BC Care Card. (Second and third clinics will be held as the HPV vaccine has three doses.) Interested in attending? Email Deepa at the DSU.

Ongoing


Women Who Inspire Us Poster Exhibition
Coquitlam Campus (atrium); New West Campus (concourse)
March 4- 8
Presented as part of International Women's Day. Free and open to the public. More info: doug: the community blog 

Top Girls
New West Campus, Studio Theatre
March 8-16
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft present a play by Caryl Churchill about a tough career woman who is forced to acknowledge the dark side of success. Directed by Claire Fogal. General admission $12, students and seniors $8 Showtimes and tickets: Massey Theatre, 604 521 5050. More info: doug: the community blog

Formed Earth, Earth Formed: works by Judy Weeden and Ronald T. Crawford
New West Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Till April 12
Judy Weeden explores Form through clay, producing works which are both functional and decorative. Ronald T. Crawford creates fictional landscapes inspired by the ocean and aerial views of earth. More info: gallery website

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