Sunday, November 9, 2014

This week at Douglas College: Working for the Canucks, cover letter workshop, Royals basketball and more!


Here’s what’s happening at Douglas Nov. 10-16:


Ongoing

Student play
Unity (1918), by Victoria, BC-based playwright Kevin Kerr, is presented by the Douglas College departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology, November 7-14, in Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre at New Westminster Campus. Directed by Thrasso Petras. For more information, including showtimes and how to buy tickets, visit Arts Events.

Gallery exhibit
New Westminster Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Check out Under the Same Roof: Collaborative and individual collage and sculptural work by Jessie and Ewan McNeil. October 23-December 12. More information and gallery hours: douglascollege.ca/artsevents

Monday, Nov. 10


Cover letter writing workshop
Coquitlam Campus, Room A1430
4pm
This free workshop will show you how to create attention-grabbing cover letters. For more information or to register, visit the Student Employment Centre.

Tuesday, Nov. 11


Remembrance Day -- College closed

Wednesday, Nov. 12


Cover letter writing workshop
New Westminster Campus, Student Employment Centre (Room 2844)
4pm
Much like the Monday workshop at Coquitlam Campus, this session will help you craft cover letters that get you noticed by top employers. For more information or to register, visit the Student Employment Centre.

Thursday, Nov. 13


Career Q&A event
New Westminster Campus, Room 4920
noon
Canucks Sports and Entertainment and the City of New Westminster are among the attendees for this interactive Q&A event directed at students who are looking to find out which career options are open to them now that they have a degree or diploma from Douglas. RSVP to co-op@douglascollege.ca by 9am Nov. 12 to avoid disappointment.

SFU recruiter at New Westminster Campus
New Westminster Campus Concourse
1:30pm
Interested in transferring to SFU? A recruiter will be on campus Nov. 13 to discuss the entrance requirements for transferring Douglas students. For more information about transferring to SFU, visit their transfer credits page.

Friday, Nov. 14


Basketball - Royals vs. Columbia Bible College
New Westminster Campus Gym
6pm
Join us to watch the Douglas College Royals take on the Columbia Bible College Bearcats for a double-header on the hardwood. The women's game tips off at 6pm, followed by the men at 8.

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