High School Educators

Events for educators

Counsellors’ Coffee Break

Our Educator event was held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, at 10 am CT.

Keynote speaker and Booth UC alum Marion Cooper (BASW/92), CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association of Winnipeg and Manitoba, presented on the topic:

“Care for All in Education: Strategies for Promoting the Mental Health and Well-Being of our Education Sector Workforce”

Meet the President, as well as the Directors of the Schools of Business, Social Work and Humanities and Social Sciences. An update on the wonderful things going on in student life and a Q&A with our Admissions Counsellors rounded out the event.

We invite you to see how a Booth University College education will benefit your students.

Events for students

We invite students to check out our events at Booth University College or schedule a personal campus visit.

Open Houses are also planned throughout the year.

Bring Booth UC to your school

Admissions counsellor visit

Our Admissions team is happy to meet with students at your school. Contact our Admissions Office to schedule a virtual visit.

Social justice workshops

Booth University College presently has five Social Justice Workshops developed based on issues facing Winnipeg and the World as a whole. These are ideal for English classes, World Issues classes, Social Studies type courses, Law and many more. Each session is interactive, and engaging and takes approximately 1 hour.

We currently have the following workshops available:

  • *Food Scarcity
  • *Homelessness
  • *Privilege
  • World Hunger
  • World Resources

*Virtual presentation available

Contact our Admissions Office to book a date/time.

Lecture Series and Guest lecturers

We are excited to host two lecture series:

Toolkit Talks is a virtual, free lecture series with 3 events per year. They are perfect for folks of all ages. If you or your class are not able to attend, the lectures will be available on our Booth UC Youtube site, after the events.

Refer a Student to Booth UC

Did you know? Our number one source of new students is a referral from someone they know.

If you wish to refer a student, click here, and thank you for helping them achieve their goals!

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Students who have received an offer of admission should visit the Accepted Students page for a list of the next steps and upcoming events. 

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