Employer on-Campus: RBC

September 29, 2017 • Written by

RBC Campus Recruitment Information Session

Join us to learRBCn about how you can create a resume and application that stands out, how to build your personal brand on social media and learn about exciting career options at RBC!

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
P102 – CGA Manitoba Room
Exchange District Campus
11:00 am – 12:00 noon

Register online at teamsites.rrc.ca/ses
Deadline for registration: October 23, 2017

Time4U Sessions

Throughout the year students’ #1 request is an individual meeting with a member of our RBC team. You want time to discuss the questions that are important to you. We’re listening!

RBC Time4U is an opportunity for you to meet face-to-face with a member of the RBC Campus Recruitment Team to discuss whatever is on your mind; from cover letters to resume, personal brand to online profiles, RBC program and career information and everything in between.

The RBC team is on campus to assist you in making one of the biggest decisions of your life – the next step in your career!

Interviews will be held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 and Thursday, October 26, 2017 in P208 – Exchange District Campus.

Registration is required and sign up will be on a first come, first served basis. Register online at teamsites.rrc.ca/ses.

Follow RBC Campus Recruitment:
Twitter: @RBC4Students
LinkedIn: RBC Campus Recruitment

If you have difficulty registering, have accessibility questions or accommodation requests, contact Student Employment Services at 204.632.3966 or jobcentre@rrc.ca.


Vote Now for your Favourite Race Car Name

September 27, 2017 • Written by

A team of Red River College students are designing, building and racing their own battery-powered car in the Shell Eco-Marathon taking place in California in April, 2018. And they need your help to decide the car name!

Click Here to vote for your favourite car name.

Students, faculty and staff have until this 12:00pm, Tuesday, October 3, 2017, to vote.

One person, one vote!

Over 50 car names were submitted by faculty and staff. A panel of judges then developed this shortlist of six names.

Win: the person who comes up with the winning car name will be profiled on the race team’s social media, and enjoy a tour of the vehicle by the team! You can learn more about the team here.

Learn about anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and recovery

September 27, 2017 • Written by

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) is an annual national public education campaign designed to help open the eyes of Canadians to the reality of mental illness. Many people who work and learn at RRC have experienced or will experience mental illness in their lifetime. Show your support for an inclusive campus community by attending one or more of or MIAW events.

Art Show by Artbeat Studio

Artbeat Studio is a mental health consumer initiated, peer-directed, recovery oriented program providing studio space, mentorship and more to artists living with mental illness. Come view artwork and chat with an artist about the power of art and community to promote healing.

NDC: Tuesday, Oct 3rd noon-2:00 pm, Library Hallway

EDC: Thursday, Oct 5th noon- 2:00 pm, Atrium

Coping with Anxiety as a Student: A Lived Experience

The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba is a peer-led organization whose staff have personally experienced and overcome the disabling effects of anxiety. Attend this talk where the presenter will share knowledge about Anxiety Disorders as well as strategies to cope in an academic and workplace setting.

NDC: Wednesday, Oct 4th, noon-1:00 pm, Orange lecture theatre, livestreaming available

EDC: Wednesday, Oct 4th, noon-1:00 pm, P107

All About Schizophrenia

One percent of the population live with Schizophrenia so chances are you’ll work with, learn with, or teach someone who has this diagnosis. Attend this talk, by the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society, to increase your knowledge about Schizophrenia and Psychosis, while having your questions answered by the experts.

NDC: Thursday, October 5th, 11:00-noon, White lecture theatre, livestreaming available

Faces of Mental Illness Campaign

The Faces of Mental Illness is a national outreach campaign featuring the stories of Canadians living in recovery from mental illness. Posters featuring the Faces will be all over campus in an effort to raise awareness and end the stigma associated with mental illness.

If you’d like a poster to put up in your area, please contact blsawatzky@rrc.ca.



September 22, 2017 • Written by

We want to hear what you think about us!!!

The Campus store and Print Shoppe at both College Campus’s will have open online surveys for staff that have visited us and used our services. Surveys will be open starting September 18 and close at the end of day October 13. The surveys take less than 5 minutes to complete and just for telling us how your experience was with us, your name will be entered into a draw for a $50 gift card to the Campus store!!

Please remember:

  • One $50 gift card will be awarded each for the Campus Store and for the Print Shoppe. You could potentially win $100 in gift cards to the Campus store!
  • One entry per survey, per person please. Only current RRC students are eligible to enter the draw.
  • Please enter your contact info with your survey submission.
  • Draws will take place on Monday, October 16. Winners will be announced on our Campus Store Facebook
  • All individual comments and results will be kept strictly confidential.

So if you want a chance to win a $50 gift card for filling out a 5 minute survey, then click on the links below!!

Print Shoppe Survey

Campus Store Survey

On behalf of the Campus store and Print Shoppe team, I would like to thank you for sharing your experience(s) with us!!


Anthony Francisco

Manager – Campus store and Print Shoppe

The First Impressions Recruitment Event – Prep Sessions

September 22, 2017 • Written by
The First Impressions Recruitment Event provides a chance to speed-interview for real employment opportunities. 

Students in Applied Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration Integrated, Commerce Industry Sales & Marketing, and International Business can apply.

In order to make a great first impression, preparation is key – let us help you prepare! Attend any one of these free prep sessions to learn more about application and speed-interviewing strategies:

Exchange District Campus Sessions
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Room P107
Thursday, October 5, 2017
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Room P107

Notre Dame Campus Sessions
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Black Lecture Theatre
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Green Lecture Theatre

Register now at teamsites.rrc.ca/ses
Seating is limited.

If you have difficulty registering, have accessibility questions or accommodation requests, contact Student Employment Services at 204.632.3966 or jobcentre@rrc.ca.

First Impressions Recruitment Event logoThis year’s First Impressions Recruitment Event takes place on Thursday, November 9, 2017. The deadline to apply for interviews is Wednesday, October 25, 2017.

For more information, visit rrc.ca/firstimpressions


Virtual Career Fair: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

September 21, 2017 • Written by

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is hosting virtual career fairs for students and soon-to-be graduates.

These interactive presentations are bilingual, last one hour and are scheduled as follows:

  • September 25, 2017 (10:00 AM eastern time)
  • September 27, 2017 (2:00 PM eastern time)
  • October 3, 2017 (10:00 AM eastern time)
  • October 5, 2017 (2:00 PM eastern time)
  • October 13, 2017 (2:00 PM eastern time)

Please register online to a session as soon as possible as places are limited.

For more information about the CRA, please visit our Careers website and our Student and Graduate hiring page.

L‘Agence du revenu du Canada (ARC) offrira bientôt des salons virtuels de l’emploi pour les étudiants et ceux qui seront bientôt diplômés.

Ces présentations intéractives sont bilingues, d’une durée d’une heure et sont prévues comme suit :

  • 25 septembre 2017 (10h heure de l’est)
  • 27 septembre 2017 (14h heure de l’est)
  • 3 octobre 2017 (10h heure de l’est)
  • 5 octobre 2017 (14h heure de l’est)
  • 13 octobre 2017 (14h heure de l’est)

Nous vous encourageons à partager ce courriel avec vos étudiants. Veuillez les inviter à s’inscrire en ligne à une séance dès que possible puisque le nombre de places est limité.

Pour plus d’information sur l’ARC, veuillez visiter notre site des Carrières ainsi que notre page sur l’embauche d’étudiants et de diplômés.

How to save your money as a student!

September 17, 2017 • Written by

On Tue., Sept. 19, in P107 (Roblin Centre) and Wed., Sept. 20, in the Cave Lounge (D Building, Notre Dame Campus), the Red River College Students’ Association and RRC Alumni Relations have partnered to host Robert R. Brown, author of the Canadian bestseller Wealthing Like Rabbits, to talk about financial literacy with you.

Both events run from 12pm – 1pm; we recommend showing up as early as possible to grab a seat. The first 100 people seated for each event (starting from the front row) will receive a free copy of the book!

Feel free to bring your lunches along!

Gluten Sensitivity: Symptoms and Signs

September 15, 2017 • Written by

Here it is the magic buzz word of today’s diet fads of what to eat and not to eat. But is it Gluten freereally a fad? Maybe people have heard of gluten free diets and many people are opting to not have gluten in their diet but why? How do I know if I even have gluten intolerance? There’s not a simple answer as it can be a hidden thing in our lives.

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10 Rules of Gym Etiquette

September 8, 2017 • Written by

The new school year is upon us and that means new students and staff in the fitness centres.   Make sure you’re not the one who’s turning heads for all the wrong reasons by following some simple rules of gym etiquette. RRC Recreation Services has put some tips together to help everyone have a good experience. Read More →

The Rebel in You – A 12 Week Wellness Program

September 7, 2017 • Written by

Sometimes starting an exercise program can be more challenging than the working out itself. Having to figure out how to get started, learning new terminology to what’s the difference between a rep and a set as well as knowing what to exactly do while in the gym. That is why we designed a custom p specific for The Rebel in You.rogram

This is a complete guide to getting moving and started on a journey of healthy living. Inside you’ll learn different terms and a glossary of definitions. The booklet has advice as to why being active is the right thing for you to do and it gives tips to help keep you on track, even when we find ourselves with a setback, we can still learn from it and use the tips to get back on. You will be shown how to find your target heart rate to make sure that when you are training aerobically you are being efficient and reaching the level needed to reach your goals. It also helps you with how to make and set goals!

Included in the program booklet is a couple of full workout programs, which you can do at your own pace and you can keep track of it with the weekly calendar data chart to measure progress. Each program can be done for the entirety of the 12 weeks, or you can switch to another one if you feel you’d like to be challenged a bit more from the previous program. One of the programs is designed without any equipment which means it can help you become more familiar with movement and your body but also it means you can also do it at home. At the end of a workout or on a day you feel you need a stretch you can use the stretching guidelines to help balance out the work you’ve been putting in from the exercising.

Regardless of your level of fitness or experience, this program is designed to help you get a little bit more from your wellness plans and to help guide you in a total wellness program. The Rebel in You wellness booklet can be found on our website and it is free to download. Feel free to ask coworkers to join in, or family members to help provide support and a bit of social gathering time while you do something good for you. To be well is less about how you “should” go to the gym, or about the time you denied yourself dessert but more of an understanding that you matter and are important. That the higher value you place on yourself to take one more step or do one more rep pays out not only in your future self but also in your present self. We all are living a life where life happens, so we do not need to wait for life to happen in the “right way” for us to be well but we can practice being well in ourselves with each moment so that we create a life of wellness and well-being.


12 Week Wellness Program