Programming to support the development of introductory skills in intercultural competence.
Events focus on building self-awareness, understanding historical, cultural and societal influences on perspectives of diversity, and how to better engage with difference.
View our event calendar to register for our upcoming events.
An interactive campus hub for students, faculty, and staff providing opportunities for involvement in College and off-site community activities.
These activities encourage engaged citizenship, by promoting diversity, developing skills, and offering a variety of channels in which to connect. View our photo gallery to check out past events.
Programming that encourages the College campus to recognize themselves as part of an interconnected community. This is done through bringing awareness to current events and promotion of opportunities for advocacy.
These opportunities are provided in class, as well as for the greater campus community, through general workshop series.
Join the ICan Crew
The ICan Crew is a program for Bow Valley College learners to volunteer both on campus and in the Calgary community. Volunteering is a great way to connect with other learners, learn valuable skills, and engage with campus activities.
To get involved, please follow these steps:
March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate the achievements and extraordinary contributions of women all over the world. As part of Intercultural Week, the IC is showcasing different female poets inspiring a new generation of young women with their writing.Read more...
The Intercultural Centre will be ringing in the New Year with offering a great selection of learner led workshops for the January 2019 semester. Through the ICan Crew there has been no shortage of opportunities for learners to engage in creative and self-expressive ways. Here is a snapshot ofRead more...
Recently the IC hosted BVC learner and Syrian refugee, Mohamed El Daher. The quintessential BVC success story focused on Mohamed’s journey of settling in Canada and of starting a farm east of Calgary that began as a backyard passion.