Career + Professional Development provides a suite of services, advising, and resources for students on career related topics. Students may attend strategy sessions, drop-in advising, schedule individual appointments, and attend career + PD related events.
The Career + Professional Development Office also liaises with industry and employers in creative fields, in order to assist students in obtaining employment through the co-op program, Internships and other Work Integrated Learning opportunities.
For more information, contact the Career + Professional Development Office. Tel 604 844 3843, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Emily Carr Students’ Union organizes ratified clubs on campus. Visit ecsu.ca/what-we-do/clubs to learn how to start a club or to view the list of existing clubs. You can also meet clubs at the annual ECSU Community Fair. Funding, organizational assistance, room bookings and photocopying are available for all ratified ECSU clubs. For more information, contact the Students’ Union at 604 844 3862, email email@example.com or stop by the office.
Co-operative Education integrates classroom learning with periods of paid work, and enables students to apply their knowledge and skills. Beginning in January, May and September, co-op work terms last for twelve weeks and can be part-time or full-time in the fields of media arts, visual arts and design. Students on co-op work terms earn credits towards their degree.
In order to qualify for the co-op program, students must be in third or fourth year, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Setting up a co-op usually takes a full semester, and students must have their work term approved by the Career + Professional Development Office prior to the add/drop deadline.
For more information, contact the Career + Professional Development Office. Tel 604 844 3843, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The use of computing and communications facilities at Emily Carr is governed by all applicable University policies, including the Harassment policy, as well as by all applicable Canadian federal, provincial and local laws and statutes, including the Criminal Code of Canada, the B.C. Civil Rights Protection Act, the B.C. Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the B.C. Human Rights Act. These are supplemented by the acceptable use policies established by those networks to which the University network is interconnected, which includes BCnet and CAnet.
The user bears primary responsibility for the material that he or she chooses to access, send, display or store. Computer facilities may not be used in any manner which contravenes the above policies, laws or statutes.
The user must use the computing facilities and services in a responsible way. This requires that the user:
Those who do not adhere to these guidelines and policies may be subject to suspension of computing privileges and other disciplinary action.
The Compass U-Pass BC program is an unlimited transit pass for eligible students at public post-secondary schools in Metro Vancouver that is a victory of the Emily Carr Students’ Union, as part of the OnePassNow campaign. It is a partnership program between all student associations and public post-secondary institutions in Metro Vancouver, the provincial government and TransLink. The fee is assessed with tuition fees. More information is available at: http://connect.ecuad.ca/studentservices/upassbc