AIMCanada Fall Term News Release
Fall 2014 Volunteer Intake
The next two weeks are the Fall Term Volunteer Intake for AIMCanada for our Marketing/Mentorship Program. In the Second Term Volunteers can advance to Development Team, Special Events Coordination or work on a Specific Project Team. AIMCanada strives to provide students with volunteer experience that directly develops relevant work skills. Apply now – we have a limit intake of 25. Visit www.volunteerkamloops.org for more details and to apply.
Youth-Mentor Business Dinner
Our Youth-Mentor Business Dinner hosts local Business Representatives and University Students in a relaxing and joyful atmosphere of music, drinks, food and Silent Auction prizes. The purpose of this dinner is to create an opportunity to develop useful employment and career connections within our business region. Event is held on October 2nd, 2014 at 5:00pm in The Commodore Grand Cafe and Lounge. Ticket includes all you can eat Chicken, Pasta and Salad. Tickets sell quickly and can be purchased following the link: http://www.aimfoundationofcanada.ca/2014/08/information-on-the-youth-mentor-dinner/
Richard Wagamese- Power of Storytelling Event
AIMCanada presents Richard Wagamese – Power of Storytelling Event which is attracting people with ticket from all over the Thompson Nicola Cariboo region. We have 3 hotels at various locations: Downtown, Sahali and Aberdeen, that are providing an RW Event Rate for those travelling in from out of town. The evening consists of Monologue with Richard Wagamese, Lights-Up Session and Meet and Greet with a Book Signing accompanied by live piano music. Richard Wagamese is a committed Mentor and as such has donated a spot in one of his upcoming Summer Writers Retreat. Ticket sales are available at Kamloops Live Box Office or online at: