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New mentorship program helping international students at Douglas College feel connected during COVID-19 pandemic

Like most post-secondary institutions in British Columbia, Douglas College had to transition quickly during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic ...


Day in the life of an international education professional: Jessie Atkins | IE Career Series

Welcome to our career series, where we’re asking international education (IE) professionals to share the inside scoop on the sector. Jessie ...

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International student’s vlogs help foster recruitment efforts for Northern Lights College

Twenty-four-year-old Myrene Tesico knows what it takes to make an in enticing video blog. Prior to moving to Dawson Creek last September to ...

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APAIE Vancouver 2022

Dear colleagues, We are pleased to provide further information regarding the postponement of APAIE-Vancouver to 2022. As the previous ...

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Webinar | Climate Action and International Education: Part One

Target audience: PSI, K-12 and Language.  Please note the second part of this series is December 9th. Participating in the first webinar is not required, however it is suggested. The current climate emergency sheds light on many of the activities that we engage in as international educators. Carbon emissions from student and staff mobility, marketing and recruitment activities and partnership ventures in the international education field are not insignificant. From flight emissions to the swag, souvenirs and collateral we bring and take back with us on these trips, the impact we ...

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