What is up with gender diversity at BCIT? For the third year in a row we tackle this issue. Experience five “Lightning” presentations that will shift your views, shake you up, inspire and fire you up! Open to all BCIT employees and students. Lunch provided and ASL available upon request. RSVP Please do a unique […]
Lunch provided. ASL interpretation available upon request. Workshop Overview The No. 1 reason people quit their jobs is because of a bad manager. In this highly interactive and engaging workshop, global diversity and inclusion expert Stephanie Redivo will demonstrate how our leaders’ inclusive behaviors can bring out the best in all teams. We will move […]
Lunch provided. ASL interpretation available upon request. Join us and special guest speaker A.J. Lowik for this special lunch & learn in the lead up to International Trans Day of Visibility 2020. This Lunch & Learn will be an interactive workshop, where participants will be asked to reflect on a few fictionalized, problem-based case scenarios, designed […]
Lunch provided. ASL interpretation available upon request. Organized in conjunction with BCITSA Speak Up Speak Out campaign, this lunch and learn will include a talk on “Accommodation 101” and a great panel of BCIT Student Support experts and student voices to provide insights on this important topic.
In celebration of May 17 – the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia – Diversity Circles is partnering with the BCIT Student Association to present a workshop from Qmunity. Qmunity’s Queer Competency Training are experiential workshops to help you understand diversity and make your organization more inclusive for queer, trans, and Two-Spirit community members and […]
This event is open to all BCIT employees and students. Many cultural traditions and practices of the peoples of Turtle Island have often been misrepresented or suppressed. The misrepresentation mainly occurred because the colonizers did not have a context to frame, understand and value these ways and the suppression, primarily, occurred because these ways went […]