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Mr. Jerry Zhang
PAC Meeting followed by speaker:
PAC Meeting followed by speaker: Mr. Zhang
Mr. Zhang will speak on How to prepare to get into the top programs in elite universities ** Mr. Zhang will present in both English & Mandarin**
University applications for Grade 12 students are underway. Mr. Zhang's workshop will address many issues that students and parents are concerned with, or even stressed about. These topics include whether students’ current courses meet specific university admission requirements, how universities calculate admission averages, what extra-curricular activities students need to prepare for university applications, and how to write a good application profile.
Mr. Zhang is a senior business advisor and educator, he is also an IEEE member. Before joining Berton College, Mr. Zhang worked as a senior consultant for local hi-tech startups and incubator, a business advisor of a BC government subsidiary, and a senior advisor of public companies including education groups in China.
Mr. Zhang is also a gold-medal coach for students from Lord Byng, Pinetree, Gleneagle, Port Moody Secondary, and Churchills Secondary for Greater Vancouver Science Fair.
Pro-D Day - no school
Early Dismissal - 2:08pm
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June 23 - Grad Ceremony - School organized - Chan Centre
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Barbara Arrowsmith Young, founder of the Arrowsmith Program, author of the Woman Who Changed Her Brain Happy New Year, everyone! Hosted by Eaton Arrowsmith – it’s your chance hear this remarkable woman speak about her own journey of neuroplastic change, and learn how we can all get to the root of learning barriers in order to reach our true potential without having to rely solely on accommodations - or others - to achieve success academically or in life. Barbara will also be sharing research updates from the newly published 3rd edition of her best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain. This book will be available for sale at each event. Barbara will also be on hand to sign copies! February 1st: tickets available here.
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