The following blog post was written by Kelty Christensen, Learner Engagement Officer at the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement.
Community engagement is a key element of the Intercultural Centre's ICan Volunteer Crew. That is why we are so excited to be part of BVC Cares, a new BVC initiative.
Bow Valley College cares about our local community and this initiative encourages students to volunteer in the community and support non-profit organizations. To promote this initiative, the Intercultural Centre has partnered with several different BVC departments to pool our volunteer resources in an effort to contribute to the success of this initiative.
BVC Cares Events
May 22: Calgary Children’s Festival
The Intercultural Centre, the Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) program and Learner Success Services collaborated to bring fifty ELCC certificate and diploma students to volunteer at the Calgary International Children’s Festival. Learners facilitated outdoor activities at Olympic Plaza.
June 8: Calgary Drop In Center
The Intercultural Centre, Learner Success Services, and the Students' Association of Bow Valley College (SABVC) are providing twenty volunteers to serve lunch to Drop-In Centre patrons. SABVC has sponsored a dessert and BVC is donating medical supplies to the Drop-In Cetnre.
To learn more about how you can be part of BVC Cares, email firstname.lastname@example.org