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Community Partners & Agencies

Whatever they need, KPU gets your client job-ready and prepared for their future career. Our admission timelines align with WorkBC application deadlines for provincial grant funding.

 

 

 

Community Partners & Agencies

Meet the KPU Recruitment Team!

Nicole Poole
Domestic Recruitment Manager

nicole.poole@kpu.ca

Sheri Browning
Prospective Student Support Specialist
sheri.browning1@kpu.ca

Gaston Wong
Communications Coordinator
gaston.wong@kpu.ca

Zakiya Housil

Zakiya Housil
Student Recruitment Coordinator

zakiya.housil@kpu.ca

High School Regions: Surrey

Hannah Cenaiko
Student Recruitment Coordinator
hannah.cenaiko@kpu.ca

High School Regions: Langley, Mission, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Fraser Valley, Island

Alex Leach
Student Recruitment Coordinator
alex.leach@kpu.ca

High School Regions: New Westminster, Tri-Cities, Outside lower mainland (Northern and Interior BC)

Amanda Naseri
Student Recruitment Coordinator
amanda.naseri@kpu.ca

High School Regions: Delta, Burnaby, Canada (excluding BC)

Maria Mowlavi

Maria Mowlavi
Student Recruitment Coordinator
maria.mowlavi@kpu.ca

High School Regions: Richmond, Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver

Samantha Daniels

Samantha Daniels
Indigenous Community Coordinator
samantha.daniels@kpu.ca

High School Regions: Indigenous Students

Community Partners & Agencies

KPU’s short-term credentials offer students a variety of ways to re-enter the workforce with the skills and knowledge to build a career. These programs, including [named courses – to be updated periodically depending on need], to name a few. Students find meaningful employment thanks to KPU's recognized reputation with employers.

That reputation starts with applied learning in each class. This includes projects, group work, presentations, guest speakers, and field trips. Built-in practicums allow students to get practical experience and network with professionals.

Beyond the classroom, co-op education lets students apply what they’ve learned in real-world situations and let employers know they have the skills and ability to do the work.

Find out more about why your client should study at KPU, how they become a KPU student, financial aid, and the incredible programs that make KPU the place where thought meets action.

Presentations

Our student recruitment coordinators are available throughout the year to connect with your students virtually!

We can make all the arrangements through your choice of platform (Teams or Zoom) and send you the link for your students to attend. We can even customize the presentation to meet your educational needs.

Book a Presentation

  • General KPU Presentation (September-December)

    • What makes KPU unique from other BC universities
    • Available programs at KPU including admission requirements and application deadlines
    • Tuition, scholarships, and financial aid information
    • Information on student support services, clubs, study abroad opportunities and more!
  • Next Steps Workshop (April-June)

    • Next steps after filling out an application to KPU
    • Submitting documents (ie. transcripts, portfolios, etc.)
    • How to check your application status and outstanding items
    • Important dates and deadlines
    • Scholarship information and deadlines in early April
    • How to use your KPU Online Self-Service
    • How to use the academic calendar
    • How to plan your classes
    • How to get in touch with an Academic Advisor
  • Career Education Workshops (All Year)

    • Geared towards grades 10-12
    • Fundamentals of post-secondary
    • University lingo
    • How to prepare for life after high school
    • How to choose a program based on career goals
    • Tips when applying or searching for post-secondary options
    • Differences between high school and post-secondary
  • Mock Interviews (Co-op and Grade 12 Transition)

    • One-one online interview sessions with our student volunteers (Teams and Zoom available)
    • Allows your students to practice their interview skills with a university student
    • Flexible scheduling
  • Drop-In Lunch Time Sessions

    If you would like to arrange virtual lunch time drop-ins for your students, we can make that happen!

Viewbooks & Resources

Please fill out the below form to let us know what resources you require.

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The Post-Secondary Investment

Due to Covid-19 we are suspending all on campus tours for the season.

We hope you enjoy our individual campus videos posted below. If you would like worksheets to go along with these videos please fill out the following form.

Campus Video Worksheets

Information Sessions

Information Sessions

We run program specific information sessions year round. These are now all done virtually through Zoom.

Each semester information session attendees have a chance to win a $500 tuition waiver!

View all Information Sessions