The BCIT Aboriginal Culture Club is a student-run organization for any student on campus who is interested in Indigenous culture, history, issues, or activities. The members of this club are First Nations, Metis, Inuit, non-Indigenous, and come from many different backgrounds and experience. Through traditional teachings and practices we aim to provide a platform in which to connect the BCIT community.
The APICS BCIT Student Chapter is a student-run organization with members from the two-year Business Operations Management Diploma program. APICS stands for “Advancing Productivity, Innovation and Competitive Success”.
The purpose of this club is to foster connections for the students interested in architecture at BCIT. Connections between classmates, connections between the diploma and degree architectural programs, connections between students and educators, connections between education and the industry, and connections between past students (alumni) and current students. This organization is a stepping stone in giving students a voice to organize events, improve their education and, a greater sense of unity in the architectural programs to create a legacy for future architectural students.
The Association of Muslim Students is a student club dedicated to be a resource on Islam and hosts various social, academic and humanitarian events. Club activities include hosting Friday prayer services, presentations, social events, and food drives.
This club aims to connect finance students to each other and also to potential employers in the finance industry. We are here to open up your career possibilities by bringing in company overview events with various financial firms, and to broaden your career options.
Started in 2013, the club brings fans of anime and manga together at the British Columbia Institute of Technology Burnaby campus. New members are always welcome! We meet regularly, so email us to get involved.
BCIT CCM is a student club that holds small group meetings, Bible studies, and other events on the Burnaby campus. Our purpose is to build a Christian community that will enhance our relationship with God, care for and encourage fellow believers, and share our experience of Jesus Christ with those around us. All are welcome!
The BCIT Engineering Students’ Society (BCIT ESS) is a partnership between Mechanical, Electrical and Civil engineering students, brought together to enrich the life of all BCIT engineering students by coordinating social events, interdisciplinary projects, competitions, and professional seminars.
We are a collective of cool cats interested in developing games of all kinds. No programming or game development experience required!
The Human Resources Association (HRA) is a student-led group committed to providing students who are interested in a career in the field of Human Resource Management with networking and other opportunities to aid in the transition from university to career. We strive to:
The BCIT Real Estate Association (REA) is a student run organization passionate about personal development, learning and real estate. Our goal is to facilitate a greater learning opportunity and experience for students through connecting with industry professionals.
The Sustainability Initiative is a student-run club. Our mandates are to encourage waste reduction on campus, to facilitate conversations on minimizing our ecological footprint, and to spread awareness about sustainability in order to share our passion for the environment with the BCIT community. We hope to reduce the waste produced on the BCIT campus by identifying current problem areas and developing viable solutions. Additionally, we hope to sow the seeds of innovation within the student community by providing a welcoming platform to share inspired perspectives and ideas.
Learn how Toastmasters present fearlessly. Join us for a supportive, casual, and fun take on public speaking! Toastmasters International is a world-wide not-for-profit organization that helps adults improve their public speaking and leadership skills.
The BCIT Women in Engineering club’s goals are to promote engineering careers for women at BCIT and in the industry in general, and to provide a support group for women who are in school for engineering through participating and organizing community events, promoting at high schools, and organizing a mentoring program.
The Biotechnology Club was founded in 2008 with the focus of bridging the gap between BCIT and UBC students in the Biotechnology program. The purpose of this club is the bring perspective and experience to the current students and to unite the Biotechnology community through social and networking events.
This club creates a forum for industry leaders and students to interact with the key trends and factors that face the risk and insurance industry. Creating these connections gives students a firsthand look at all aspects and careers within the insurance and risk management industries.
We strive to broaden our minds by caring for the world and all the living beings. We are passionate about contributing positive impact to our society.
Join us, together, we can change the world!
The Business Information Technology Club was created to serve two functions. First to provide a place where first and second year students of the Business Information Technology (BITMAN) diploma program can meet and interact.
The Business Management Association engages management students in the practical application of program concepts through brand development workshops, networking, and creating value through partnerships. Although leadership positions are restricted to students of the Business Management Diploma, membership is welcome to all students at BCIT. Our events focus on improving your brand and your network. Members are encouraged to get involved with their own success by participating and collaborating.
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The BCIT Student Chapter of the CSCE is a student club with the mandate to forge ties between students and the engineering community. We are students in BCIT’s Civil Engineering program who are interested in raising the profile of civil engineering with our peers and industry. We also support student involvement in national and international engineering competitions, technical seminars, and industry events.
The aim of BCIT Mechanical Engineering Student Society is to foster relationships and bring together mechanical engineering students, faculty and professionals by way of academic, social and recreational events.
We are a club geared towards making coding fun. We focus on instilling that technology is enjoyable and impressive. Through holding teaching/ mentoring events for a younger generation, we will bring prospective students together with current students. These social activities will build confidence to pursue a computer science education.
Enactus BCIT is one of 1600 Enactus teams worldwide that focus on the creation and implementation of community empowerment projects that address the triple bottom line. While involved in Enactus BCIT, students can gain experience in project management, planning events, and building business plans, as well as network with Vancouver business people and like-minded students.
The EWB BCIT chapter is committed to bringing positive social change to BCIT. By raising awareness on important issues such as development and fair trade, this club will help create more globally minded individuals. The EWB is also committed to bridging the gap between different engineering disciplines, as well as bring students together from different programs which may not be engineering related.
BCIT eSports association is a student run gaming group that strives to connect student through across multiple video game titles and share the passion of eSports in BCIT.
We host tournaments, viewing parties, and much more!
IEEE stands for The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. At BCIT our Student Branch represents students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program.
IBMP was founded in 2012. The purpose of the club was and still is to enhance the learning experience of international business students.
The BCIT International Social Club aims to serve the international student community at BCIT by providing social events that bring students together to have fun, learn about other cultures, network, and to support each other while away from home. It is a place to meet friends from around the world while here at BCIT!
View our facebook page here: www.facebook.com/BCITisclub
Have an idea, but nowhere to bring it to life? Do you need access to prototyping equipment to test an idea? Come join our community of like-minded makers! We have equipment such as 3D printers and laser cutters to help students bring projects to life.
Maximum Altitude is the first Aviation Club at BCIT. Established at the Aerospace Campus in December 2010, we strive to promote aviation through related events and gatherings. We welcome all students and alumni to join and participate in all club events. Moreover, through these events, we hope to share and exchange not only experiences, but also friendship and networking opportunities.
Net Impact is a leading non-profit that empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. At the heart of our community are over 40,000 student and professional leaders from over 300 volunteer-led chapters across the globe working for a sustainable future.
Crime Analysis and Investigations Association (CAIA) has just come to BCIT! At CAIA, like-minded individuals work together on researching and exploring crime-related issues in Vancouver.
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BCIT Legacy Club is a club formed in order to improve and beautify the BCIT Burnaby campus. We hope to empower and connect students who are willing to put their efforts toward projects that will improve our campus in multiple aspects. All BCIT students and alumni are eligible to be a member of the Legacy Club.
The BCIT Mobile App Development Club helps students learn how to develop their own apps and introduce them to the mobile app development community. This is a great way to build your portfolio and add to your resume!
This is a social group and resource for LGBT students and queer-allies who want to make BCIT’s campus more inclusive. Students can participate in this club by starting a mailing list for students to get connected, organize events, or assist with BCIT’s participation in the Vancouver Pride Parade.
Our goal is to provide the resources peoples want to get the information they need to get involved with the Bitcoin network. Come join BCIT Bitcoins to learn more about the potential that Bitcoin holds to make lasting social, political, and economic change in our world.
Let your imagination roam free and join the BCIT Dungeons and Dragons Club! Whether you’re brand new or experienced at the game, come play with us as we delve into the fantasy worlds of adventure.
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Our student clubs make an enormous contribution to campus life and provide opportunities for industry engagement, organizational experience, and tons of fun.
If you have any questions contact the Club Program Coordinator at 778.331.1328 or by email email@example.com