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BC Ferries vessels can fill up quickly, especially during popular travel times such as public holidays. Luckily, you can make reservations quickly online, so you can skip those long sailing waits.
What Is BC Ferries?
If you want to travel to Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, Haida Gwaii or another one of British Columbia’s other stunning island or inlet communities, your best bet is to take a ferry. BC Ferries is a publicly funded company that offers ferry services around Canada’s west coast, and there are few alternatives. Within the province, the company is the sole ferry operator. You can take a Washington State Ferries boat to southern Vancouver Island, but otherwise, travel options from Washington are limited. There are some flights that operate between the mainland and Vancouver Island, but the prices can be steep. As a publicly funded company, BC Ferries prices are comparably low. However, that paired with the limited number of options means that popular routes can fill up quickly. Reservations are recommended in the summer months and around major Canadian and provincial public holidays such as Victoria Day, Family Day, Easter, Christmas, Canada Day and BC Day.
Does BC Ferries Offer Reservations on All Routes?
BC Ferries only offers reservations on select routes, as this helps keep the sailing process organized in popular destinations. Routes that offer reservations for standard vehicles include Vancouver (Tsawwassen) to Victoria (Swartz Bay), Vancouver (Tsawwassen) to Nanaimo (Duke Point), Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay) to Nanaimo (Departure Bay), Vancouver to the Southern Gulf Islands, Powell River to Comox, Port Hardy to Bella Coola and Port Hardy to Haida Gwaii. For other routes, your best bet is to show up early to ensure you get on the next sailing. However, routes that don’t offer reservations don’t tend to be too congested.
What Kinds of Reservations are Available?
BC Ferries offers reservations for standard vehicles, commercial vehicles, livestock vehicles, groups and foot passengers. Standard vehicle reservations cover most types of personal vehicles along with their passengers. RVs, trailers and motor homes are also covered in this category. Commercial vehicles are defined as registered vehicles that weigh more than 12,125 pounds (5,500 kg). Livestock vehicles include non-commercial vehicles carrying livestock such as horses or cows. Groups can include any group of people with 10 passengers or more, but they have to be traveling in a single vehicle to make a group reservation. Foot passengers include any passenger arriving without a vehicle. Unlike vehicles, foot passengers can only make reservations over the service’s telephone hotline.
How Do You Make an Online Reservation?
To make BC Ferries reservations online, go to the service’s official website and click on the reservations option in the main menu. From there, you can choose which kind of vehicle you’d like to reserve. Select an option and choose a departure date, a departure terminal and an arrival terminal. Fill in your passenger details and vehicle details, review your travel itinerary, and pay for your tickets to confirm your reservation.
Where Can You Find Fare Information and Schedules
If you’re still in the planning stages of your trip, you can find BC Ferries fares and schedules online on the service’s website. This includes standard BC Ferries sailing schedules and package deals that include hotel rooms in popular destinations such as Victoria.
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Career Life Connections 12
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the purpose of the capstone? What is this trying to prepare us for?
The capstone project gives you an opportunity to showcase and celebrate your strengths, passions, and learning journey using a n area(s) of interest as the basis for the project. It is a way for you to reflect on your development in the core competency areas and how these competencies impact your personal career-life journey, your aspirations and your possible post-graduation plans. # lifelonglearning
Why not keep the previous Grad Transitions?
The previous Grad Transitions program did not allow for each individual student’s interests or provide support for students to engage in a sustained, in-depth investigation into a particular topic . # NoMoreGradTransitions
Do we have to do a Capstone Project in order to graduate?
Yes, all students wanting to graduate will need to successfully complete the CLC 12 course which includes a Capstone project. # NoCapstoneNoGraduation ☹
Will we get a letter grade or a percent mark for CLC 12? How about for the Capstone project?
Yes , you will receive a percent mark which will reflect a combination of all you r assignments and your Capstone project throughout the year . This is not a pass/fail course.
When will we find out what mark we received for CLC 12?
Evaluations will be available in mid-June or sooner, if possible.
What will the Capstone Project look like?
Each project will look different for each person. How and what you choose to present will be dependent on your personal project choice.
What are the qualities of a good Capstone project?
A good Capstone project:
- Reflects an area of your personal interest, curiosity, challenge or passion
- Shows your process
- Clearly communicates new learning
- Evolves over a period of time and is not rushed
- Shows the depth of your investigation into your chosen area of interest
Can we collaborate on a Capstone project with other students?
No, the project is an individual assignment based on your own personal choice and interest .
If my Capstone project is costly, will the school fund it?
No , sorry.
When and to whom do we present our Capstone project?
Your Capstone project will be presented to a minimum of 2 CLC12 teachers . Presentations will begin during the last week of April and will run through May until all presentations have been completed. #CLC12TeachersRock
How do I sign up for my presentation?
We will provide you with details about the electronic sign up at a future CLC12 meeting.
What do I bring to the presentation?
This depends *a lot* on your Capstone project!
You need to make sure that:
If you have an electronic file (PowerPoint, video clips, pictures, etc.) please bring a USB thumb drive
If your electronic file (PowerPoint, video clips, pictures, etc.) was created using a Mac computer, you *must* ensure that it is compatible with Windows/PC
How do I let my CLC teacher know about my audio visual requirements for my presentation?
When you sign up for your presentation time please provide the requirements on the Appointment Notes window.
How should I dress for my presentation? What should I wear?
Students should dress professionally. This may include suits , dress pants, jackets , ties, blouses, dress shoes, dress shirts, skirt s , etc. See the CLC12 Blog for some examples of what to wear. Most students will already have a professional, interview-type outfit. If you do not have something , please do your best with what you have or borrow from a friend.
How early should I show up for my presentation?
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled presentation time and be prepared to remain there for at least 30 minutes.
How long (or short) can my presentation be?
Your presentation should be 10 minutes in leng th . Please make an effort to ensure that you practice and *time* your presentation to be within 10 minutes because we have a tight schedule and we want to stay on time.
What happens if I am sick on the day of my presentation?
If you are sick, please ensure that you r parent or guardian contact s your CLC12 teacher directly by phone or email. You will need to reschedule your presentation as soon as you return to school.
Can I change the date and time of my presentation?
You can change the date and time only if you have a valid reason to do so. Please look ahead in your schedule before signing up in the first place. Don’t double book yourself.
What if I miss my presentation because I forgot or I slept in?
You would follow the same procedure as if you were sick. You will need to have your parent or guardian contact your CLC12 teacher by phone or email immediately.
Can I bring a friend or family member to the presentation?
This year it will be limited to Magee staff.
What if I am late for my presentation slot?
Go directly to your presentation room and check with your teacher to see if they are able to fit you in. Please DO NOT interrupt presentations in progress because you are late. If they cannot fit you in on that day, you will need to talk to your teacher to re-schedule your presentation.
Note: If you have any further questions please see your CLC 12 teacher .
Career Life Connections 12 & Capstone
Career Life Connections 12 & Capstone
Ministry code: CLC
It is recommended that students complete Career Life Education 10 prior to starting this course.
View the complete Learning Standards for this course here: Career Life Connections 12
Career Life Connections is a course that is designed to identify and develop each student’s personal interests, passions and goals. Students reflect on the learning experiences and competency development in school and community, and explore roles and possibilities in personal, education and work-life contexts. Career Life Connections facilitates the community networking and experiential learning to benefit decision making both within and outside of school while concurrently designing and producing a graduation Capstone project.
Each module in Career Life Connections 12 will include lessons and assignments in addition to a Capstone project component.
Unit 1 Big Idea: Career life development includes ongoing cycles of exploring, planning, reflecting, adapting and deciding.
- Lesson 1: Development of Our Core Competencies
- Lesson 2: Mastering an Application Package
- Lesson 3: An Introduction to Scholarships
- Lesson 4: How Can Our Worldview Impact Decision Making?
- Lesson 5: Personal and Professional Networks for Post-Graduation
- Capstone Lesson: Choosing a Topic, Strand and Mentor
Core Competencies Assignment Application Package Review (application forms, cover letters, resume, follow-up) Scholarship Application Assignment Worldview Journal Networking Assignment
Capstone Project: Introducing Your Mentor
Unit 2 Big Idea: Career life decisions influence and are influenced by internal and external factors, including local and global trends.
- Lesson 1: Is There Such Thing as a 9-5 Anymore?
- Lesson 2: Navigating Change in Your Post Grad Plan
- Lesson 3: Using Entrepreneurial Skills to Solve Community Needs
- Capstone Lesson: Formalizing Your Proposal
Flexible Workplaces Assignment Changes in Your Grad Plan Assignment Business Model Canvas Assignment
Capstone Project Proposal
Unit 3 Big Idea: Engaging in networks and reciprocal relationships can guide and broaden career-life awareness and options.
- Lesson 1: Enhancing Your Personal Marketing Through LinkedIn
- Lesson 2: Continuing Your Role as a Mentee While Developing Your Role as a Mentor
- Lesson 3: Developing a Personal Marketing Plan
- Capstone Lesson: Your Capstone Project Action Log
LinkedIn Assignment Mentorship Assignment Developing a Personal Marketing Plan
Unit 4 Big Idea: A sense of purpose and career-life balance support well-being.
- Lesson 1: Looking Beyond North American Views of Work-Life Balance
- Lesson 2: The Art of Procrastination
- Lesson 3: How Wellness Plans Can Impact Our Well Being
- Capstone Lesson: Assembling and Presenting Your Project
Work-Life Balance Assignment Procrastination TedTalk Wellness Plans Assignment
Capstone Action Log Progress
Unit 5 Big Idea: Lifelong learning and active citizenship foster career-life opportunities for people and communities.
- Lesson 1: Translating Our Skills to Those People Want
- Lesson 2: Setting Financial Goals and a Budget to Achieve Them
- Lesson 3: Raising Income and Lowering Credit
- Lesson 4: The Importance of Community Connectedness
- Capstone Lesson: Presenting with Confidence
Translating Skills Assignment Financial Goals Assignment Community Connectedness Assignment
Capstone Action Log Final Copy Capstone Project Presentation
- First Assignment (Unit 1 Assignments) 10%
- Module Assignments 40%
- Capstone Components and Presentation 50%
Required Resources: a computer with internet access and headphones/speakers.
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CLC SERVICE PROJECT DETAILS
For Grads of 2023, to complete your Capstone, please select 'CLC Service Project' below for the details of the CLC Service Project.
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CAREER LIFE CONNECTIONS & CAPSTONE
J.N. Burnett delivers the Career Life Connections course through our Conference days. Each grade level, 8 through 12, is expected to attend, participate in, and reflect on the activities that are presented during those days.
Students are responsible for uploading and storing their completed activities and reflections to myBlueprint.ca/sd38. This is important, as it is a record of their participation during Conference days.
Students who have an excused absence on a Conference day must complete the activities and reflections and upload them to myBlueprint. Each Conference Day is based on a theme that addresses the Career Life Connections curriculum.
These themes are:
- Community Connections
- Health and Well-being
- Social Responsibility
Students will receive 2 credits in Grade 11, and 2 credits in Grade 12 for Career Life Connections.
The Capstone Project is part of Career Life Connections. During grades 11 and 12, students will plan, design, document, create, and present a Capstone Project.
It is mandatory for all students to complete a Capstone in order to receive a Career Life Connections course credit.
The Capstone Project is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their learning in a particular topic they are interested in learning about. This student-centered approach allows individuals to personalized their learning in an area that they are passionate about.
Be prepared to invest at least 25 hours towards completing your Capstone Project. This does not include your 30 Hours of Work/Volunteer Experience, or the 90 Hours completed in the Work Experience (WEX) course.
What Can My Capstone Look Like?
Your Capstone Project can be presented in many different ways or styles. What form is your Capstone Project going to take? What will your final project look like? This is your chance to be creative!
We have provided 7 different Capstone Styles to give you an idea of what form your Capstone Project can take. Please refer to the Capstone Styles Booklet below for detailed information.
Before starting your Capstone Project, you need to complete a Capstone Proposal. Once this proposal is approved, you can start your Capstone journey.
You will need to find a Mentor to help guide you throughout your Capstone.
What is a Mentor?
A mentor is an adult that you trust, a person that can provide support and guidance as you are going through the process of completing your Capstone Project.
Once you find a mentor, you need to meet at least 3 times to discuss your Capstone progress. These meetings must be documented and signed on the Mentor Log sheet.
IMPORTANT CAPSTONE DOCUMENTS
Before your Final Capstone Presentation during the May Conference Day, you will need to have the following documents completed and signed off on your Career Life Connections Report Checklist:
- An updated resume
- 30 Hours Work/Volunteer Experience
- Your Mentor Log
Please bring your signed and completed Career Life Connections Report Checklist, along with the above documents, to your Capstone Presentation in May. All of these forms, with the exception of your resume, can be found below.
FINAL CAPSTONE PRESENTATION
Your Final Capstone Presentation will occur during the May Conference day.
Your Capstone is worth 50% of your Career Life Connections course. All students must present their Capstone Project in order to graduate.
The following document outlines the Capstone Rubric that will be used for assessment:
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Grade 12 Capstone Project
In grade 12 the Careers focus will be on designing, assembling, and presenting a Capstone Project that reflects your learning journey and future career considerations. This project can be presented in a variety of ways (poster, Power Point, speech, performance, physical artifacts, video, etc.). Presentations will be made to selected school community members who have a sincere interest in the futures of our graduates. Presentations should be designed to last 15 minutes and any technical requirements be arranged prior to your presentation day. ( April 12th – 13th)
The Capstone Project is the culmination of all your work in Careers, other subject areas, and your life outside of high school. It should be a showcase of your growth, learning and passions. This can focus on your favourite academic or elective interests or your involvement in community groups (sport, dance, arts, Cadets, equestrian experience, humanitarian volunteering, cultural connections, social activism etc.) Another required part of the Capstone Project is your comprehensive plan for your future. ( travel, work, post-secondary, etc.)
Students who have participated in this style of Graduation project have remarked that it was empowering to look at how far they have come and a point of pride to be successful in sharing their story with a supportive adult.
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In Career-Life Connections (CLC), students learn how to effectively manage their life journey toward preferred future possibilities, developing the confidence, knowledge, and competencies necessary to succeed in an ever-changing world. – Ministry of Education
CLC (Career-Life Connections) 12 is a required course for all Grade 12 students and includes the Capstone project. This course operates completely out of TEAMS and must be completed in order to graduate.
Students will complete their Capstone Project in Grade 12. The Capstone is a learning opportunity for students to reflect and share in personally meaningful ways and is a requirement for Career-Life Connections and graduation. The purpose of the Capstone is for students to demonstrate the knowledge, competencies and passions that they can offer the world. It is a representation of the student's learning journey and provides an opportunity to reflect, showcase and celebrate.
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Students will complete their Capstone Project in Grade 12. The Capstone is a learning opportunity for students to reflect and share in personally meaningful