Staff News - Communique

(Jan 24, 2015) -

Human Resources Services is now accepting applications for student postings for the summer of 2015.  As in previous years, due to limited funding there will be restrictions on how many positio

(Jan 23, 2015) -

Would you like to support the creation of a campus community that is deeply conducive to transformative learning, mental health and well-being? 
Take advantage of this great opportunity to become certified in Mental Health First Aid! 
This session will be offered over two days - March 17 & 18, 2015. 

(Jan 22, 2015) -

As part of the Wiicitaakewin Speakers Series, we are pleased to welcome Cindy Blackstock,  Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society to the College. Cindy’s talk “Reconciliation: The Children’s Version” will discuss some of the inequalities facing First Nations children and youth within child welfare, education and health services. We invite you to come and learn how you too can be a part of the reconciliation movement.

Date: January 27, 2015
Time: 12:30-1:30 pm
Location: Student Commons, Shuniah Building

NEW!  For those who are not able to attend in person, this event will be live streamed over the Internet. A link will be provided at the bottom of this page on the day of the event.
For more information  ...

(Jan 22, 2015) -

Summary reports, as provided by TemboStatus, the third party administrator of our Employee Engagement Survey, are now available. 

Results for our full-time employees are categorized by employee group below:

 


Next Steps
These results, along with recommendations from TemboStatus, are currently being reviewed by the Employee Engagement Working Group and Senior Team.  These discussions will lead to actionable steps we can take in an effort to continuously improve our College work environment.  Please stay tuned for final directions to be shared with the College community...

(Jan 21, 2015) -

WALKING - It’s free, easy and almost everyone can do it.  It’s a gentle, low-impact form of exercise that’s suitable for people of all ages and most abilities. Here’s why it’s so good for you ...

(Jan 20, 2015) -

In a Manhattan apartment building in the spring of 1966, John and Jane lived in apartments side by side.  They shared a wall, a love of writing, a love of old films and sadly, a sense of loneliness.  Neither one knew the other existed.   Until one magic night they wrote themselves into each other's story... sometimes love is right next door and right between the lines.

The Confederation College Performing Arts Club Proudly Presents FOLLIES 2015: STRANGERS IN FICTION ~ A Musical Romantic Comedy.  Friday January 30th & Saturday January 31st, 2015 at 7:30pm in the Confederation College Lecture Theatre (room 351 - enter from second floor) Tickets are only $10, College Rec Members Free, and are available from SUCCI and the HUB. Get your tickets today!  

(Jan 20, 2015) -

EdX is offering a 6 week online course entitled “Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education”.

This is a free course that is being made available in partnership with UBC to “explore strategies, teaching exemplars, and resources that support the teaching and learning of Indigenous ways of knowing in classrooms, schools and communities”...

(Jan 20, 2015) -

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: January 30th 

Puzzled about your retirement and pension options?  Be sure to attend the upcoming Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) Pension Plan retirement planning session and put the pieces together. 
Please Register here ... 
Representatives from the CAAT Pension Plan will provide answers to the questions you may have about your pension plan, such as ...