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The Law and Justice Diploma programs sharing the Common First Semester include Community and Justice Services, Customs Border Services, Law Clerk, Paralegal, Police Foundations, and Protection Security and Investigation. Recent college graduates or anyone interested in an entry-level position in the exhibitions and events industry should consider applying. Candidates should be organized, detail-oriented, natural multi-taskers that work well with a variety of personalities. Strong communications skills are essential, as is a willingness to express opinions with confidence. Some students say the medical school application process is the first real exam they face during their four years of coursework. In addition to several standardized tests, application letters, in-person interviews, and other hurdles, you’ll also need to address the question of financing.
The size, structure and complexity of the UK’s public health-care system, the National Health Service , has created the need for a vast, efficient digital health infrastructure. The digitalization of the NHS is also driving the adoption of innovative technologies. Despite the market being very well developed and competitive, it still offers a lot of opportunities for Canadian companies offering innovative technology and specialized services. Should you choose to register your design, where to apply will depend on where you want to acquire industrial design protection to support or expand your business. If you do business in a single European Union country, you may want to register your design directly with the intellectual property office of that country. If you do business in multiple European Union countries, you can file for a registered community design, which is valid throughout the entire EU.
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The Jason Kress Memorial Bursary was established initially, in 1999, with the purpose of supporting students in the Child & Youth Care Counsellor or Community Social Service Workers programs . In 2018, CSSW was absorbed by the new Social Work Degree program at Douglas College so the award description was updated to reflect this change. Ethical Waste Services owner and Douglas College alumni, Paul MacDonald, created this bursary in 2016 to support students in financial need who are enrolled in programs that focus on working with at-risk youth. In 2001, Roy Daykin and Linda Fulkerson established the Laughing Dog Adult Basic Education Award to support students at Douglas College who were enrolled in the Adult Basic Education program. The D.H. Radstaak Memorial Bursary was established in 1985 by Don Radstaak who was a former Adult Basic Education instructor at Douglas College. Radstaak Memorial Bursary was merged with the Laughing Dog Adult Basic Education Award.
In 2010 DOABC made a significant contribution to the Optician Bursary Endowment. In recognition of its support, Douglas College Foundation renamed this endowment to reflect the association’s generosity. Mrs. Maxine Wilson has donated $20,000 to support psychiatric nurses who have unmet financial need. Mrs. Wilson is passionate about building inclusive communities and recognizes the instrumental role that psychiatric nurses play in working towards maximizing care and help patients live full and productive lives. This award is named in honour of Maxine’s husband, Gordon, who made significant contributions in support of others. The Royal Canadian Legion Maple Ridge Branch # 88 Bursary was created in 1988 with the purpose of supporting Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows residents enrolled in any program at Douglas College. This monetary award is given to a student or students who demonstrate a keenness for designing and creating projects outside the basic course curriculum. The Optician Award of Distinction was established in 2004 for donors who either didn’t want individual recognition for their contributions, or who wanted to give a gift but couldn’t commit to the minimum threshold required to create their own fund. Donors who wish to be publicly recognized for their donations will be invited to attend the Optician Awards Ceremony each year and acknowledged for their generosity during the presentation. This award reflects the Canadian Club of New Westminster and the Fraser Valley’s interests in matters of public concern and in the protection of our heritage and history. The Club also encourages Canadian unity and the increase of knowledge of Canada and other countries in the world. Recipient must be enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. This award has been established in memory of Bud Charania, long-time employee of Impark and friend to Douglas College. The “Our All, Our Honour Award of Distinction Supported by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC” is a legacy from the 2018 CCAA Women’s Soccer National Championships hosted by Douglas College Athletics.
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HIs long-term goal is to create jobs and work opportunities for people in his Tribe. Better-known in his community as “Jimmy,” White strives to be a role model for the younger generation since there weren’t many strong role models around as he was growing up near the reservation. He is also the founder of SAFE – the Sober Activities For Everyone program that promotes sobriety for teens and adults by holding concerts, lunches, video game competitions, and other activities. James used his Spirit of Sovereignty Scholarship to help buy supplies for SAFE’s community events while also paying some of his school expenses. Army, Misty Jackson turned her sights on finishing the college education she started many years ago. Jackson plans to use her experience and traditional Ojibwe culture to help battle diseases that Native Americans face. The Spirit of Sovereignty scholarship helped Jackson with expenses as she traveled between the LCOOCC main campus and the Lac du Flambeau outreach site each week. “I plan to come back to be a provider in the local northern Wisconsin area, and will be happy to give mentorship and guidance to our future generations,” Jackson said. The Arts Council of New Westminster Scholarship was established in 1988 by the Arts Council of New Westminster to support students enrolled in Performing Arts. Hilda Cliffe, a passionate supporter of the arts in New Westminster and a strong advocate for education, has been a major contributor to this fund. The family of Ken McGlinchey and the Douglas College English Department established this award in memory of Ken McGlinchey, a member of that department from 1971 to 1987. Ken is remembered for his excellence as an instructor and commitment to the field of Canadian literature. Eligible students must have completed at least two first-year English courses, be currently enrolled in a second- or third-year literature or English course and have a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.5. Preference will be given to those who have completed, or are currently enrolled in, a Canadian literature course. Mohammad Behzad Alereza Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in May 2005 by the family of Mohammad Behzad Alereza. Mohammad was a student at the Coquitlam Campus when he died tragically in a car accident. Recipients of the scholarship must be enrolled in the Political Science program at Douglas College in a minimum of 9.0 credits, and have a minimum GPA of 3.5. This fund was created by the Douglas College Criminology Department and the friends and family of Jack Ferguson in memory of Jack, a long time faculty member who was instrumental in establishing the Criminology program at the College. The Editors Association of Canada Scholarship was established in 2003 with the purpose of supporting students graduating from the Print Futures program at Douglas College.
The invoice will not mention any VAT, but the reference to the application of the reverse charge. In such case, the service provider will not have the obligation to register for VAT in the country of the service recipient. The objective of maximizing the use of a product or material throughout its life cycle is expected to bring about cleaner technologies, products and services (e.g. pollution control, sustainable waste management, and eco-construction). By 2030, the European Commission aims to have all plastic packaging be recyclable. To this end, it is implementing actions to improve plastic recycling, curb plastic waste and littering, and stimulate investment and innovation in sustainability. As an example, expertise in combatting marine litter could open up business opportunities ushered in by the new EU regulations in this field to Canadian companies. Business opportunities between Canada and the EU are numerous and growing, especially since the application of CETA. The Indigenous Perspectives Designation is an option available to students studying in the Protection, Security and Investigation program. Upon graduation, students with an IPD will have a strong foundational basis in Indigenous Studies, and a designation that will be marketable in the employment sector. Chuck Grouzard is the Executive Vice President of Business Development at GES and has over 30+ years of industry experience. Chuck is always up for a challenge and has worked with a broad range of clients. He is currently serving on the board of directors for International Association of Exhibitions and Events and the Center for Exhibition Industry Research . Chuck is also a past president of the Exhibition Services and Contractors Association , and the Midwest Chapter of IAEE. In 2020, Chuck was recognized by Connect Corporate as one of their 15 over 50 award winners for impacting and advancing the meetings and events industry over the course of his career. Karen is a member of the Edmonton Police Commission and the Circle of Elders for Edmonton Catholic Schools, heralded as a wise practice across Canada enabling greater success rates for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit learners. Karen is an advocate for the United Nations Declarations on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples . She is a Senior Advisor and mentor to the Indigenous Women in Community Leadership, Coady Institute, St. Francis Xavier University and was recently appointed as one of two members for Alberta to the Independent Advisory Board for Senate Appointments. Most recently, she was recognized as an Albertan SHEInnovates leader under the Global Innovation Coalition for Change . She is a board member of “Honouring Indigenous Peoples” a national Rotary initiative that reflects the diversity through its members (50% male/50% female; 50% Indigenous/50% non-Indigenous; 50% Rotarian/%0% non-Rotarian). She also sits in an advisory role to the Indigenous Innovation Initiative as part of Grand Challenges Canada that supports innovation viewed through a gender lens and is inclusive of 2SLGBTTQQIA+. Karen is actively involved in the community as a volunteer and was an inaugural member of the Homeless Commission for the city of Edmonton, Alberta. She is a past board member for the Alberta Women Entrepreneurs , the Advisory Council for IdeaConnector.net, a virtual learning community. She was honoured by her appointment to the Premier’s Advisory Council for the Aboriginal Women’s Economic Security. Victoria holds a BA (’91) in political science and a MBA (’04) both from the University of New Brunswick at Fredericton. Post-secondary studies included credits from the Université Canadienne en France (’90). She also holds a contractor’s license (’11) from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec. Canada Student Grants ProgramThe new Canada Student Grants Program consolidates federal student financial assistance grants into a single program that will provide more effective support for students and families. The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students to complete post-secondary education, and provide an opportunity for RBC to strengthen its relationship with the Aboriginal community. An applicant is considered a university transfer applicant if they have completed some or all of a university-level credential. Humber may use a combination of secondary school and/or university courses and grades to determine program eligibility.
APPLIED COMMUNITY STUDIES BURSARIES
This Douglas College Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bursary is the result of a merger of three endowments with the purpose of supporting students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program within the Faculty of Health Sciences. The W.E. Arthur Mercer Bursary was established in 1978 with a gift bequeathed in his will to support general nursing students. Arthur Mercer was a life-long resident of New Westminster and was one of the founding members of the Douglas College Board. The Eric Bersea Memorial Bursary was established in 1997 by his mother, Doris Bersea, to support general nursing students. Eric battled Huntington’s disease for 17 years, and was the cousin of Douglas College faculty member, Ralph Lake, who also supported this bursary for many years. The Frank and Emily Griffiths Bursary was established in 1991 by a donation from media mogul, Frank A. Griffiths, to support students in the general nursing program. Both of Linda’s parents, Beryl and Cy Wales, passed away after falling and incurring head injuries. George & Linda owned BG Controls in Port Coquitlam for 25 years and are both active in the community. Linda is a Rotarian and has sat on many boards, including Douglas College Foundation , and George has been the producer of the Summer Sundays Concerts in Port Moody since 2005. In 2019, the criteria was revised to include students in either the Health Care Support Worker program, as it has replaced the Home Care Support Worker program at Douglas, or the Therapeutic Recreation program. Charlene is a former public health nurse and Gordon a real estate developer, who understand the need for well-trained health care professionals in this province. They created this bursary in 1989 to encourage students to go into Nursing, or any other health service field, with a preference given to students who are single parents. The University Women’s Club of New Westminster established this fund in 1988 to assist female students enrolled in at least nine credits at Douglas College. The UWCNW also established the Anna Mironoff Award in 1992 in memory of this long-time club member. These funds were amalgamated in 2012 and continue to support female students in financial need. Preference will be given to students residing in New Westminster or Burnaby who demonstrate involvement in College or community activities. The Scott Glabus & Cheryl Bayntun Memorial Bursary was established in 1989 by their family and colleagues to support community students who have financial need and are upgrading their English language skills. They taught together in Japan, Spain and Canada, pioneering learning techniques that taught students to learn from their contacts and their community rather than depending on conventional means. Together, they are remembered for their energy, sense of irony and continuous commitment to student success. New Westminster Community BursaryThe Gyro Club of New Westminster established a bursary in 1990. In 1997, the Peter Andrusiak Memorial Bursary was created by Margaret Andrusiak, in memory of her late husband, to recognize students enrolled in any University transfer program. Joseph, Anna and Margaret have since passed away and the Gyro Club is no longer active. By uniting these three funds, it increases the income available for annual distribution, and thus continues to honour the original intent of all donors. A Class Act BursaryEstablished in 1998 with funds raised at Douglas College Foundation’s first annual A Class Act, this bursary supports students in financial need at Douglas College. Matt passed away in April 2007 after trying to save his beloved dog, Holly.
During his time at Douglas College, he oversaw the construction of the 5th and 6th floors, and the redesigned concourse at the New Westminster Campus, as well as the construction of the Coquitlam Campus and its expansion. Terry has supported his staff and students from the day he first arrived at Douglas College and our buildings are a testament to his skills, attention to detail and desire to do the right thing for students and employees. In tribute to his long career at Douglas College, the Terry Leonard Bursary was established to continue his legacy, and at his request, support mature single parents enrolled in the Office Administration program. Microserve, the College’s technology partner, established this bursary in 2002 with the proceeds from the Microserve annual golf tournament. Microserve has been in partnership with Douglas College since 1995, and at that time the company established the Microserve Scholarship. Preference is given to students in the Computing Studies and Information Systems program. The purpose of this annual fund is to provide a bursary to students enrolled in the Youth Justice program at Douglas College. The bursary will be awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need and holds a minimum GPA of 2.0. The Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children is a leader in educating the academic community about child development and rehabilitation and they are proud of their connection to Colleges and Universities across Canada. Daniel Clark began his work with disadvantaged persons while traveling Europe and England in his early adult life. Upon returning to Vancouver he completed the Welfare Aid program and applied to the Department of Human Resources with a goal to create a government funded group home. The purpose was to create a true home setting for disadvantaged residents of Vancouver. As a result, the first group home of the Mainstream Society for Integrated Community Living was established. When Dan passed away, in 1988, his parents, Patrick and Mary McGarry, and Mainstream Society created this bursary in his memory. The Veterinary Technology department established this fund in 2009 to recognize and reward students enrolled in the Veterinary Technology Program at Douglas College. In 2016 it was decided that this fund could also be used to support the Veterinary Technology Trust Bursary if there were insufficient funds available for distribution annually. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care division of Johnson & Johnson Inc., established this award in 2005 to support students enrolled in the Optician program at Douglas College. Eligible recipients must be graduating from their second year of the program which focuses on Contact Lenses. They should show a commitment to personal development, a devotion to contact lens knowledge, and exhibit a passion towards the fitting of contact lenses. Law Foundation of BC AwardThe Law Foundation of British Columbia established this award in 2007 to support Douglas College students enrolled in the Legal Studies Diploma program. The College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC established an Award in 1989 in order to support students enrolled in the Douglas College Psychiatric Nursing program. In 1992, they also created the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC – Richard Strong Memorial Scholarship. In 2014, they decided to merge the scholarship with the award so that all awards can be distributed from one fund. In 1944, Beth McCann, a graduate of the VGH School of Nursing, and her friend Agnes “Gussy” MacPhail, an RCH graduate, formed the RCH School of Nursing Alumnae Association. Over the next few years, the Association would become a bastion of support for a whole student body. They offered small interest free loans and often shouldered the financial burden of graduation by purchasing caps for the graduates. Beyond this, charitable donations from the Association did a wide range of good in the nursing community. Everything from refurbishing the 1962 Sherbrooke residence Chapel, to paying for a student’s trip to England for further education. Still, in 2018, RCH Nurses Alumnae are making significant contributions to training and educating the next generation of nurses through the generous support of this endowment. The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward Douglas College Nursing students who demonstrate excellence in clinical performance. Beginning in September 2019, this award will receive an additional $10,000 annually in perpetuity from Mrs. Mary Gordon who is an RCH School of Nursing alumna from 1959. Mrs. Gordon shares the view of the RCH Nursing Alumnae in the importance of compassion, empathy and exemplary clinical performance for our next generations of nurses. The Carly Reid Memorial Award was created in 2006 in memory of Carly Reid by her family. Carly was a student in the Print Futures program at Douglas College and knew she had found her calling in writing. Carly gained compassion towards others with disabilities through the pain she faced while living with scleroderma, a rare autoimmune disease. The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward students living with a disease or disability who demonstrate similar characteristics to Carly. In 2014, the Print Futures program became the Professional Communication Post-Degree Diploma program and the fund details were updated to reflect this change. Preference will be given to students enrolled in either the Professional Communication PDD program or the Nursing program.
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Preference will be given to Aboriginal students enrolled in these courses. The Royal Bank of Canada Bursary was established in 2010 by the Royal Bank of Canada, Tri-Cities Region, to support students at Douglas College enrolled in the Psychiatric Nursing program. Royal Bank of Canada is committed to improving the health and well-being of Canadian children through this bursary. In 1991, William and Gerry Gartside established the Margaret Gartside Memorial Bursary in honour of Bill’s mother, Margaret. He was chair of the Douglas College Foundation from 1991 to 2005 and he was also heavily involved in his local community. The bursary was renamed in 2012 to honour the lives of both Margaret and Bill and it continues to provide support for Douglas College Nursing students. The Leonora Hutchinson Resident Care Attendant Bursary was established in memory of Leonora Hutchinson by her three daughters, Leonora, Sheilah & Nenagh. The purpose is to support students enrolled in the Health Care Suppor Worker program with preference given to mature females. Allan and Jean Joyce created this bursary to support students with financial need enrolled in the Home Care Support Worker program at Douglas College. The family of Patricia Sanderson established this fund in her memory to assist a disabled student from any Douglas College applied or academic program. Margaret and Larry Harrison BursaryThis bursary was established in 2001 to support students at Douglas College with preference given to those from Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. Margaret and Larry have been supporters of the College since 1992, donating money annually to students in the name of Margaret’s late father, James Pazarena. The purpose of this annual bursary is to provide students in any program with financial assistance. To be eligible, students must be residents of the Tri-Cities and be taking the majority of their classes at the Coquitlam Campus. Established in 2006 by the G&F Financial Group New Westminster branch, this bursary supports students in need enrolled in any program of study at Douglas College. Eligible students must either be residents of the city of New Westminster or taking the majority of their courses at the New Westminster campus. The Douglas College Board created this general fund bursary in 1996 to support students in any program or Faculty at Douglas College who have financial need.
- For any Canadian business or person considering exporting services abroad, the European Union is rich in commercial opportunities.
- The EU and its Member States adhere to major intellectual property agreements administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization and to the WTO TRIPS Agreement.
- Due to differences of national legislation, tax regimes and variations in shipping costs across the EU/EEA, there may sometimes be justified reasons for geo-blocking practices when trading in Europe.
- Vancouver Business & Professional Womens Club BursaryThe purpose of the Vancouver Business & Professional Womens Club Bursary is to support students enrolled in the Health Care Support Worker program at Douglas College.
Make connections with employers in the gaming industry and start your career today. Game coding and graphic design are only two of the skills that are being sought by the top game development companies. In the process, she has built strong partnerships with community, labour, government, and industry partners to address systemic barriers and increase diversity, equity and inclusion in the construction industry. Thanks to its large domestic oil shale reserves, Estonia is relatively independent in energy, but produces the second highest greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU. The Estonian government is planning to diversify electricity supply via investment in renewables and cleaner oil shale technology, which will create commercial opportunities for Canadian companies. Estonia’s renewable energy potential lies mainly in biomass, biogas, wind and co-generation from bio fuels. There is also interest in other energy technologies such as smart grid solutions. As Poland seeks to diversify its energy sources and modernize its electricity generation and distribution systems, Canadian companies will find opportunities where they can draw on their experience with natural gas storage and transmission. The construction of new power plants to replace older, less efficient coal burning plants as well as smart grid technologies and nuclear power also holds potential. So far the Spanish services sector is the only sector that has reached pre-crisis levels. The services sector accounts for almost eight out of every 10 workers in Spain, a huge increase compared with 68.1% at the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008. The Irish ICT market is in a strong growth phase at present, with demand in this market growing by more than 5% annually. While it is open and highly competitive, the market offers excellent mid- to long-term opportunities for Canadian firms with leading-edge software products. Due to its growth potential and pre-existing infrastructure, this market is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. It monitors the application of EU laws by Member States and if necessary, can take Member States to the European Court of Justice to oblige them to comply with EU law. The Commission also negotiates agreements with third countries on behalf of the EU. It is responsible for managing and implementing the EU budget, its policies and programs, and any laws that are adopted by the European Parliament and Council. CETA aims to boost trade in goods and services between the EU and Canada via the elimination of 98% of tariffs and the reduction or removal of numerous non-tariff barriers. You might also want to consider purchasing an Admission temporaire/Temporary admission . The ATA Carnet is an internationally recognized customs document for the temporary importation of goods, typically for trade shows, demonstrations, exhibitions or commercial samples. The ATA Carnet allows the temporary importation of goods, free from customs duties and taxes. For more information, please refer to Chapter 10 of CETA or to the embassy or consulate of the country to which you are seeking to apply for temporary entry. Please note that all EU countries put some temporary entry provisions in place, meaning that specific commitments vary by EU member state. The Schengen area is an area of European countries without controls at internal borders. Schengen countries have reinforced controls at their external borders and established common visa rules. Please note that not all EU Member States are members of the Schengen area, and that the Schengen area also includes non-EU countries . In most cases, if you are a Canadian citizen travelling to Europe for short-term tourism or a business trip, you do not need a visa. The rules change depending on whether the host country is part of the Schengen area, and on the citizenship of the traveller. With this option you can display published notices divided by business sector. The contract notice indicates the contracting authority, the contract value and the procurement procedure (e.g. open, restricted, negotiated, competitive dialogue). Therefore, while CETA may not cover some of the above procurement opportunities, you can still bid on these opportunities. If you intend to bid on the procurement of construction services (including “works concessions” in EU terminology), please refer to Annex 19-6 of the EU’s CETA Market Access Schedule. If you intend to bid on the procurement of services, please refer to Annex 19-5 of the EU’s CETA Market Access Schedule, as well as to the table below. This includes procurement of professional services in the field of architecture, engineering, ICT , maintenance and repair services, and clean-tech . Rather, CETA applies only to procurement opportunities that the EU has agreed to cover under the agreement as part of its market access offer. The following agreements and directives govern access by Canadian suppliers to government procurement opportunities in the EU. The European Union’s Directive on the enforcement of IP rights requires all EU countries to apply appropriate remedies and penalties against parties engaged in counterfeiting and piracy. A whole chapter of CETA is devoted to the protection of IPR in Canada and the EU, with one of the explicit objectives being to facilitate “the provision of services” between the two parties.
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In the absence of equivalent protection, the relevant member state may oblige your branch to join a local DGS. See the full list of national financial supervisors and their websites containing the applicable procedure for authorization and licensing. The supervisory arm of the European Central Bank directly supervises “significant” banks and indirectly supervises other banks. The good news for exporters is that the Commission has recognized Canada as equivalent to the EU in numerous fields. As of 19 August 2019, Canada benefits from EU equivalence in 18 specific areas, including bank exposures and central counterparties. Effective August 2019 the EU repealed the equivalence decision for Canada relating to credit rating agencies. Put briefly, operating under equivalence is far less beneficial than having a financial passport. It is fragmented, case-by-case, legally uncertain and often limited in time. There is no one-size-fits-all equivalence that would, for instance, permit Canadian firms to operate across the EU/EEA in all subsectors. EU rules for third-country equivalence are scattered across several different pieces of legislation, and they vary widely in scope depending on the legislation you are dealing with. For more information, explore the full list of national financial supervisory authorities and their websites. The result is a complex web of legislative and regulatory rules overseen by an intricate network of European-level and national authorities. If you fall under one of these categories, you must comply with specific rules on security measures and cybersecurity incident notification. The European Commission has developed an interactive tool to test your services. Geo-blocking refers to practices used by online sellers that result in the denial of access to websites (typically an e-commerce platform) in one or several EU/EEA Member States. It also includes cases where access to a website is granted but customers are automatically redirected to another website. These returns, along with the VAT paid, are then transmitted by the member state of identification to the corresponding member state of consumption via a secure communications network. Identification of where and to whom the VAT must be paid if exporting services to the EU. In principle, within the EU, the VAT applicable to services depends upon the nature of the service recipient. This could lead to an obligation to register for VAT purposes and to fulfil specific VAT compliance requirements (VAT returns, listings, issuing of VAT invoices, VAT bookkeeping, etc.). VAT rules include many exceptions to the general rules, which could differ between EU Member States. It is therefore important to consult a local advisor to verify the precise regulations applicable and whether there are any specific obligations to fulfill. A number of calls encourage the participation of Canadian researchers in areas such as marine, Arctic, health, transport, migration and energy. The EU reports that Canadians have a success rate of 25% in the Horizon 2020 program, which is higher than the average success rate in the EU of around 15%. The EU has made a top priority of breaking down barriers to the flow of digital goods and services across Member States. This will require enhancing Europeans’ capacity on Artificial Intelligence , the Internet of Things , cloud computing, 5G, etc.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time at OSU-Institute of Technology or be enrolled in a program that is no less than 220 clock hours at Tri-County Technology Center. Students need to maintain a term GPA of 3.0 to remain eligible for scholarship funding. The Osage Nation Education Department supports Osage students participating in a degree or certification program through the provision of our Internship Program. This program is designed to provide Osage students with work experience in their chosen field of study to better prepare them to enter the workforce upon graduation. The Osage Nation Education Department strives to provide educational and supportive services to Osages so they can obtain the skills needed to become productive individuals and contributors to their community. The Chestnut Music Theory & History Scholarship was established in 1994 by a gift from the estate of Laura Chestnut. The purpose of this award is to recognize & reward students attending Douglas College and furthering their music education. The Susan Wasserman Scholarship was established, in 2010, in honour of her retirement after nearly three decades of teaching in the Douglas College English Department. Its purpose is to celebrate the achievement of students studying Canadian literature and culture, areas that have long been central to Susan’s research and teaching. The scholarship will be awarded annually to students who are taking English courses at Douglas College, with preference given to those who excel in English courses that focus on Canadian Literature. Established in 2014 by Coast Hotels & Resorts this scholarship supports students who excel academically within the Hospitality Management program in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration (C&BA) at Douglas College. This scholarship was established by Envision Financial, title sponsor of Envision Financial Light the Lake, to reward Douglas College students enrolled in the Commerce and Business Administration Program. Preference will be given to members, children of members, or grandchildren of members of Envision Financial. The award acknowledges and celebrates her lifetime career and her considerable contributions to both the Therapeutic Recreation department and the Therapeutic Recreation profession. Preference is given to students who graduated from a BC High School and for one award to be issued to a member of the coaching staff.
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Named White Thunderbird Woman of the Bear Clan, those Grandmothers knew Deborah was bound to do great things for her people. She lived a difficult life through her young years, much like any other youth, but she lived within very good values handed down from her mother and father, Myrtle and Tom Chief. Located in Hamilton, Ontario, McMaster is on the high side of tuition costs, has a 3.0 GPA requirement and 129.1 MCAT/CARS cutoff. There are several interviews, an autobiographical essay requirement, and a 90-minute interpersonal skills test to take. The incumbent will work internally and with customers related to environmental objectives, programs, and continuous improvement projects. “My coaches growing up weren’t always the lawyers, the accountants, the educated people. He reminisced on his own high school days, where bursaries focused on academic achievers rather than those who were highly involved in their communities. However, he says those individuals play just as much of an important role.
The second year for the award, a total of $3,000 in bursaries will be distributed, either in full or in part, to one or more students displaying an aptitude for giving back and being a community leader. Repayment AssistanceDifferent programs to help students with repayment of government student loans. If you’re an international student, you can apply directly to Humber via our International Centre. Opportunities to build on your college education and complete your diploma or degree at Humber. Bursaries are available for Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs primarily based on financial need, visit Humber Bursaries. Upon acceptance into the program, you must follow professional industry standards for decorum, uniform, hygiene and personal presentation. The restaurant and beverage lab courses have strict uniform and attendance standards and policies, which are mandatory for successful completion of these key courses. Canadian citizens or permanent residents with international education are required to provide a WES or ICAS evaluation. An applicant is considered a mature applicant if they have not completed secondary school or other postsecondary school, and will be 19 or older as of the first day of classes. Humber will invite you for testing to demonstrate that you meet all listed course requirements. With over 9,000 hotels and 97,000 restaurants operating in Canada alone, the possibilities are endless for a career in the hospitality industry. In Semester 4, students participate in a 12-week work placement with a hospitality organization. Our internship co-ordinator provides direction and assistance for each student in securing a placement. Use appropriate technologies to enhance the quality and delivery of hospitality services, products and guest experiences and to measure the effectiveness of hospitality operations. Jontay Kahm is majoring in Studio Arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Sante Fe. He is an accomplished fashion designer from the Little Pine First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada. Jontay is developing his dressmaking process, and honing his craftsmanship and conceptual ideas through his classes at IAIA. The Spirit of Sovereignty scholarship has reduced Jontay’s financial stress, enabling him to keep up with his studies and giving him more time in the studio. Over the last several years SEMR has provided thousands of dollars to the “Start Out Right” organization as well as provided manpower and hundreds of balloons on distribution day each year. The event requires about $5,500 in support from local organizations such as SEMR and Fred Meyer. On August 19, 2017, members of the SEMR Club supported a club project at Horizon Elementary School ensuring that school age children could start out the school year right! 300 children got to choose a backpack and school supplies preparing them for the new school year. Dr. Tomkowiak will be making a special trip over from Spokane to speak with SEMR members and guests at our November 17 meeting about the formation of the college and its unique mission for health care in our state. At this time food is distributed weekly in paper bags to the families who pick up the bags from the school. When school is back in session and deemed safe, food will be loaded in backpacks and sent home with students on Fridays, and the empty backpack returned on Monday. Rotary members share ideas, make plans, hear from the community, and catch up with friends during club programs that fuel the impact we make. Arc, as predicted, just couldn’t stay away and was reading every post a hundred times. So he starts right in by lying about me again, right after doing his best obam administration twist on his own description of done. You want to remove the challenges and make it difficult or impossible for anyone to challenge you or your system. Second, you make the conditions of tests or challenges so difficult or high that few will accept. Third, you make the system so unique — with changing conditions and changing requirements, that the system becomes impossible to test. The Academic Advisor provides a student-centered approach to academic success and problem-solving in the challenges of transitioning to higher education. If you are in need of assistance, please contact the Education Department. The Douglas College Biology Scholarship was established by a gift from the Douglas College Biology department in 1990. The purpose of this scholarship is to promote academic excellence in the discipline of Biology, specifically within Biology 1110 and/or Biology 1210, and to reward outstanding achievement in a difficult subject area.
- Randy was raised in Port Coquitlam and lived in ‘PoCo’ until his untimely passing in 2007.
- Sponsored programs or programs targeted to specific groups do not accept applications year round or maintain an application pool.
- The first annual South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Golf Tournament netted approximately $10,000, which the Cllub will use for its various scholarship, community service and international service activities, reported Bill Murray, Golf Tournament Chair.
- A maximum of 5 eligible recipients will be chosen each academic year to receive up to $7,000 toward their tuition.
- At least one of these courses must have been completed in the previous calendar year.
Western European countries usually have a higher share in imports of ICT services and charges for the use of intellectual property than the rest of the EU. A special category with a financial services-heavy import portfolio consists of the UK, Luxembourg and Ireland. The freedom to provide services is one of the four “fundamental freedoms” enshrined in the basic law of the EU. Although great achievements have been made in integrating the economies and markets of the 27 Member States, the Single Market for services is, by comparison to that for goods, underdeveloped. Despite the importance of services to the overall EU GDP, is a politically contentious area has proven difficult to harmonize across all 27 Member States. As a result, the intricate workings and legal architecture of the EU can be challenging for outsiders to comprehend fully. This guide will help you understand the services market of the EU and navigate through its system. Half of the EU’s additional economic growth generated by CETA is expected to come from the services sector. You will receive email notifications when changes are made to the online memorial, including when family and friends post to the Guestbook. Through her last three terms as Chief, Deborah has shown a great deal of success as Brokenhead Ojibway Nation is one of the most progressive communities in all of Manitoba with a lot of economic development. Having established strong business working relationships with all levels of government, banks and entrepreneurs, Deborah’s goal is to continue to work towards financial independence for her community by 2025. It’s often said that the real first step to success in med school is studying hard in college. Besides giving your best effort during those crucial undergrad years, you should choose a major that fits in with at least some of the graduate-level coursework you’ll be facing. All will prepare you for the challenging mathematics and problem-solving skills necessary for becoming an MD. Once you get into your fourth year of college, begin searching for a medical program that is top-ranked among its Canadian peers. And, even if your short-list contains more than three, be sure to know total costs of the four-year track, minimum GPA required, and the minimum MCAT scores. The club hosts multiple fundraising events such as bingo halls, casino and comedy nights, gala events, and their latest golf tournament on June 4 for youth programs. Canada Student Loans ProgramThe Government of Canada offers Canada Student Loans to full and part-time post-secondary students who demonstrate financial need in most provinces and territories across Canada. For First Nations women who are pursuing post-secondary studies in any field and completed at least one year of full time studies at any accredited post-secondary educational or training institution. Two scholarships each year to graduate students in social work with an interest in mental health. It is mandatory to wear a Humber-issued restaurant and beverage uniform in practical lab classes in this program. The cost for the uniform has been added to your first semester tuition fees. In order for the uniform to be available for the first day of class, students must submit their size requirements via an online order form. Humber College’s Longo Faculty of Business, in partnership with the Greater Toronto Hotel Association , launched the Hotel Management Leadership Program. The part-time program helps address a significant gap in the hospitality industry labour market. Specifically, it trains management-level employees to become senior leaders in the hotel industry. Are you interested in a career that can take you around the world, offering a fast-paced and thrilling environment where you can share your passion for people and incredible service? With your help, hard-working young men and women in Indian Country can pursue their dreams of higher education. 100% of your tax-deductible contribution goes directly to Spirit of Sovereignty programs, including tribal college scholarships and the Native Children’s Holiday program. Clarissa Brissette is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education, as well as an Ojibwe Language Certificate. Clarissa commutes 90 minutes each way every day from her community on the Red Cliff Reservation near Bayfield, Wisc., to the Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation near Hayward. That’s where her daughter attends the Waadookadaading Ojibwe Language Immersion School where Clarissa is also a volunteer. Clarissa is striving to revitalize the Ojibwe culture and language on her reservation, and her education will help Clarissa make that a reality. Clarissa used her Spirit of Sovereignty scholarship funds to lessen the financial burden of traveling 150 miles every day to achieve her educational goals and those of her child. Roberta Crowe is a Native American Studies student who has found her passion for her culture, traditions and language while attending Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College in Wisconsin. After graduating with a certificate in Native American art, she will be transferring to a four-year university to continue her education with plans to become a teacher.
Depending on the research methodology and the definition of computer addiction used, estimates range from 2 to 10% of all children who play video games. More accurate and consistent estimates should be possible if formal diagnostic criteria for computer game addiction are introduced. “The best way to ensure our success is to make sure we are actively participating in the education of our future employees and leaders,” said Rita Cox, Saratoga Casino and Raceway’s senior vice president of Marketing. “Working with Schenectady County Community College’s Casino Gaming Management program is the best way to do that.” Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. Sign up to receive a curated collection of links and highlights from our award-winning breaking news coverage, in-depth analysis and unmatched investigative features at lunchtime weekdays. Klein, whose father founded appliance retail chain Casas Bahias in the 1950s, one of the companies that formed Via Varejo, said the retailer’s strategy is to rekindle the proprietary credit lines that were a fixture of the company in early years. Besides operating over 1,000 stores under the brands Casas Bahia and Pontofrio and their respective online platforms, Via Varejo’s Extra.com sells only electronics on its website and uses the Extra hypermarkets brand owned by GPA. Contact information (name, organization/institution email address, phone number) of referee, who can attest to the applicant’s academic excellence; and that for volunteer activities. Please read2022 KCSFE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION GUIDELINES – ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE before you start. Awardees will be selected on the basis of academic performance (80%) and volunteerism/community leadership (20%).
The Print Futures program became the Professional Communication Post-Degree Diploma program in 2014. As a result of rebranding the name of this fund changed to the Editors Canada Scholarship in 2017. The Scholarship for Applied Ethics was established in 2018 by the Wen family. Lifelong learners, the Wen family values and understands the importance of education and wishes to assist students in their pursuit of higher education. In particular, they want to help make our communities stronger and ethically healthier by supporting students studying applied ethics. This scholarship was established by Microserve, in 1996, to support Douglas College students. Each year up to two thirds of the annual distributable income will be allocated to students enrolled in any program with the remaining balance going to students in the Computing Studies and Information Systems program. As Chair of the Douglas College Foundation Board, Darlene K. Hyde established this scholarship in 2014 to support outstanding students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. A $1,000 award is made available through an endowment established in 2019 by the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC, in recognition of Douglas College’s 50th anniversary. The purpose of this award is to support students enrolled in either their 3rd or 4th year of the Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting program. Preference will be given to students in the Data Analytics concentration of this program who intend on enrolling in a CPABC program upon graduation. Ricoh Canada Inc. established this scholarship, in 2011, to recognize & reward students enrolled in the Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration at Douglas College. In 2019, they revised the purpose of the scholarship to support students enrolled in any Aboriginal Stream course within the Faculty of Child, Family and Community Studies.