Welcome to our new CEO, Kyle Marsh!
BCCCA is excited to welcome our new CEO, Kyle Marsh. Kyle joins us after having worked in senior positions for several BC Cabinet Ministers. He brings a wealth of knowledge to our organization and will be a huge asset to our lobbying activities in Victoria.
You can reach Kyle at email@example.com or 236-237-1431.
Premier’s Dinner in Vancouver
On June 2nd, BCCCA had a table at the BC Leader’s Dinner hosted by Premier Christy Clark. CEO Kyle Marsh attended, along with representatives of Sprott Shaw College, Discovery Community College and Fraser Valley Community College. BCCCA was joined by the Chief of Staff to the Minister of Advanced Education, the Chief of Staff to the Minister of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services and the Executive Assistant to the Minister of Education.
The focus of Premier Clark’s speech was on the need to ensure government is providing the support necessary to train people to fill the jobs that the growing BC economy requires. This is something our association strongly supports and agrees with. The attendees from BCCCA had a great time and enjoyed the networking opportunities.
Click here to see a few photos from the event.
BCCCA Member Updates
Excel College Featured as a BC Job Maker
This week, the BC government recognized BCCCA member, Excel Career College, as a BC Job Maker. The article highlighted the great work being done by Excel Career College with the recent opening of the Port Hardy Campus. Congratulations to Pauline Stevenson and all of the great people at Excel Career College!
You can view this article by clicking here.
Discovery Community College Student Receives FITT Educational Award
Mohammed Tahir, a student at Discovery Community College’s Surrey Campus, has received the FITT Student of the Year Award from Export Development Canada. This award is given to the student with the highest GPA after completing all 8 FITT skills courses in their international business program.
It is great to see a career college student get recognized for their achievements. Congratulations to Mohammed and to Discovery Community College!
Lost Boys Studios | School of Visual Effects has Moved to a New Location
Lost Boys Studios | School of Visual Effects is excited to be in their new location at 1827 Victoria Diversion, close to skytrain, bus routes and only a block away from the beautiful trout lake park.
“We are very excited to be in this culturally rich area of Vancouver. Our new location is bigger and brighter, while still having the personalized Lost Boys vibe!” Ria Benard, Senior Educational Administrator.
Lost Boys new location will offer the same quality focused programs with a spacious compositing classroom, FX TD classroom, large screening theatre, screening/lounge, multiple kitchens, offices and a large patio (complete with BBQ).
Lost Boys Studios is proud to be joining the other great ethnically diverse businesses in the commercial drive community, while still being only minutes away from the downtown core.
Send us your updates
If you have any updates that you would like to share with BCCCA, please send them to Frank Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org.