Campus events: Feb 11-15

Check out events scheduled at our #newwest and #coquitlam campuses this week.

Campus events: Feb 4-8

Check out events scheduled at our #newwest and #coquitlam campuses this week.

Talking about grey issues in black and white times

Douglas College entrance sign, photo by David Denofreo

Douglas College tackles the subject of contested histories with its own namesake, Sir James Douglas.

SHIFT: An interview with Kasari Govender

Image of event poster shows SHIFT in bold, bright orange, red and white. White font underneath says LET'S TALK gender violence. Registration link: douglascollege,ca/shift

West Coast Leaf executive director Kasari Govender shares her thoughts on the #MeToo movement and how the conversation around gender violence has impacted by it.

SHIFT discussions: An interview with Simka Marshall

Image of event poster shows SHIFT in bold, bright orange, red and white. White font underneath says LET'S TALK gender violence. Registration link: douglascollege,ca/shift

Douglas College student Simka Marshall shares her insight on the conversations around gender violence and what makes her hopeful for the future.

SHIFT discussions: An interview with Harlan Pruden

Image of event poster shows SHIFT in bold, bright orange, red and white. White font underneath says LET'S TALK gender violence. Registration link: douglascollege,ca/shift

Find out about the work Harlan does to combat gender violence and elevate the status of people in the Two-Spirit community.

What do employers really want?

a man and woman walk

We got a few key employers who’ll be at the Career Fair Feb. 27 – March 1 to dish on the dos and don’ts of job interviews.

Inclusivity: yay or nay?

New Westminster pier looking at Patullo Bridge

Downtown New Westminster is developing into a diverse, inter-generational and mixed-income neighbourhood. What does it mean for a city to be inclusive? Does everyone and everything belong?

Going global at Douglas

Douglas is an increasingly global community as we welcome more international students and more Canadian students study abroad.