Fostering inclusion and meaningful connections
The Intercultural Centre (IC) provides opportunities for all learners to take part in events, activities and workshops that foster respect, inclusion, creativity, teamwork and resilience, as part of Bow Valley College’s “Open Doors – Open Minds” strategy.
Visit us in room N322 of North Campus, or reach out to us at email@example.com.
We offer programming to support you in developing introductory skills in intercultural competence. Our events, activities and workshops focus on building self-awareness, learning new perspectives, and engaging with diversity.
Get involved at your campus and in your community! Whether it’s learning something new about your community through one of our presentations, or volunteering in the community, we provide opportunities for you to develop new skills, and have meaningful interactions.
The Intercultural Centre’s programming encourages the College community to see itself as part of an interconnected world. Through our events, activities and workshops, we strive to develop thinking that is truly global.
Join the ICan Crew
If you’re looking for opportunities to volunteer, meet new people, learn new skills, and gain new perspectives, join the ICan Crew!
To get involved:
IC Events and Workshops
Holiday card making at the IC - December 14 & 15, 2022, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
If you have a break anytime between 11 and 2 on December 14 or 15, why not come into the Intercultural Centre (N322 North Campus) and make a holiday greeting card for someone close to you? The IC and the Sustainability Office will be providing materials of all kinds for you to create something nice! If you'd rather just come in, enjoy a warm coffee and a nice chat, and listen to some music by the 'fireplace', feel free to come by also! All BVC students and employees are welcome -- no registration necessary!
Intercultural Centre Events
Teach Your Talent: Learner led workshops
Workshops delivered at the Intercultural Centre
ICan Crew learner volunteers
IC Learner Insights: Share ideas with your peers
"I find that volunteering is important to help grow as a person. I started because I needed a change. It has helped me to step outside of my comfort zone."