Coast Capital in embarking on an exciting project to understand the lives of our society’s younger generations, so we can shape the future of banking to ensure Coast Capital remains relevant in the years to come, particularly for the Millennial Generation (Gen Y: those 19 – 29 years old) and the Matrix Generation (those 18 years and younger).
On July 23, we will be hosting three full-day sessions with individuals from the Matrix and Millennial generations to gather their feedback and insight, and brainstorm creative ideas. The sessions are expected to be fun and fast paced that will keep the participants on their toes.
We are looking for individuals, either working or in school, between the ages of 16 – 29 for these brainstorming sessions, who are able and willing to:
- share their experiences and provide insight into their daily lives
- articulate their thoughts and are not afraid to share their ideas
- participate in group settings and enjoy engaging in group discussions
- be creative and generate ideas
The sessions are being held at Surrey Central City July 23. Participants must be available for this full day and be able to organize their own transportation to the session.
How You Can Help
Coast Capital employees, who are 29 and under, are eligible to participate in one of the information sessions. If the above criteria sounds like you and you are interested in taking part, please make sure your manager is ok with you attending, and fill in the application.<https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NRPKPQ>
Not 16 anymore you say? Not to worry, we need your help identifying hot shots in your family and the community who would be a great candidate. If you know someone who meets the above criteria, please forward them a copy of this email and have them apply<https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NRPKPQ> to be one of our superstar participants.
The deadline for all applications is Wednesday, July 10. As we only require up to 25 people per session, we will contact all applicants by Tuesday, July 16 to let them know if we can use their help and provide them with the full details of the brainstorming sessions. Staff participating in the sessions will be marked in Kronos as a day worked, and non-staff will receive an honorarium (non-staff) for attending.
Our future is an exciting here at Coast Capital, and I can’t wait to hear how the next generation of up and comers think we can take our organization to a whole new level.
If you have any questions, please contact Emma Gaiger at Emma.Gaige
Hello from the BCC! We would just like to highlight our next Business Now! event on April 25. As always, please sign up on COOL if you are interested in attending. We hope to see you there, and look forward to catching up with you!
Business Now! with Joel Bakan. “Corporate Social Responsibility – Civilizing Influence or Just More Spin?”
Date: Thursday, April 25
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel
1038 Canada Place Sapphire Room
Dragons’ Den hits more than 40 cities in search of Canada’s next great deal
DRAGONS’ DEN producers are hitting the road for an audition tour, with more than 40 stops in Canadian cities. The search is on for a new crop of aspiring entrepreneurs for CBC’s hit TV show. Entrepreneurs from across the country have another chance to face the Dragons in a bid to score some high-powered financial backing for their business ventures.
We are looking for volunteers to help run the auditions in Vancouver on Saturday, January 26th from 10 AM until 5 PM. Auditions will be taking place at the Delta Suites Vancouver. This is a great opportunity to see how the show works right from the very beginning! Responsibilities include sign in, distribution of applications and general assistance with the audition process.
DRAGONS’ DEN is the highest rated Canadian unscripted program on television, with an average audience of over 1.4 million Canadians each week. In addition to its success on-air, DRAGONS’ DEN is also a hit online, boasting an active and engaged online community averaging more than 650,000 page views per month. Full episodes and exclusive behind-the-scenes content can be viewed at cbc.ca/dragonsden.
If you are interested in this opportunity please contact:
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We are looking forward to your feedback on your experience in the UBC MBA program.
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From the team here, wishing you a peaceful and happy holidays and a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year.
We will be connecting with you again in January with updates etc. In the meantime, do not hesitate to contact us. There will be staff in the office on Jan. 2nd – 4th and then regular hours as of the Jan. 7th.
Please note applications for graduation in Spring 2013 is now open on SSC.
- Graduation -> Apply to Graduate
The deadline for you to apply is February 28, 2013. The date for graduation has yet to be confirmed, however it will occur in May 22-24 & May 27-29.
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Some of you have started applying already for the Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP). As before, the main piece of advice that the I-House advisers have for the students is to make sure that your documents are perfectly in order and that you should be well prepared before flagpoling. The I-House advisors encourage students to talk to them before going to the border to get information and get coached on how to communicate with border officers. Even with the best preparation, the important thing to remember is that in every case, the decision rests with the border officer dealing with that case.
Those students who were hoping to but did not obtain a three year work permit should talk to an advisor at I-House to make sure you prepare well to apply again for a new PGWP for three years. You can do this even while you start to work with the current PGWP. I-House advises that when you apply, you may wish to write a good cover letter to clearly tell immigration officers about what happened and request a new PGWP to cover three years. You can request a new letter of completion from the MBA Office. Students may submit a paper application to Case Processing Center in Vegreville, Alberta. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/work-students.asp