Circle Work

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

Building the Engineering Car

Getting teaching placement or jobs becoming tougher

Teachers better able to find work in specialized areas

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

Student teachers teaching a class

Teacher’s college graduates and applicants are facing some of the worst odds in a decade for finding placements in a college or permanent job.

“Transitions to Teaching,” a study completed in 2006, says there were 16,282 teacher’s college applicants in the province competing for about 7,500 positions. (read more)

USC to elect '07-'08 vice-presidents this Sunday

Six people vying for four VP positions

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

With the more glamourous University Students’ Council presidential elections over, it’s time to elect next year’s Board of Directors, the USC’s executive body.

The four vice-president positions to be filled are finance, campus issues, university affairs and student events. (read more)

Five Western students head to Kenya to build library, teach

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

In July, five Western students will head to Kenya along with 11 other students to complete the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is an international award encouraging self-development in youth aged 14 to 25 through completion of bronze, silver and gold levels. (read more)

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