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Featuring Diversity Clues Team Members: Michael Yue

Submitted by on February 18, 2014 – 9:40 amNo Comment | 1,225 views

Michael has over 20 years of combined experience in education and career services. His expertise is in project development and management, collaborative partnership, and creative educational programming. Throughout his career life, he has initiated many new projects with very successful outcomes and has been well regarded by colleagues and community partners as a leader in the field. He has worked in various organizational environments, including non-profit, corporate, and public postsecondary education.

One of Michael’s professional and personal passions is in helping immigrants overcome their integration challenges. He believes that the successful integration of immigrants is the responsibility of all service agencies and sectors, instead of just the ones specializing in immigrant services. He calls for more cooperation between agencies and practitioners to share expertise and experience so that immigrants can be better served by a community of well-informed professional helpers.

Michael is active in the community. He serves on the Board of the BC Career Development Association and is the current President. He chairs the Board of Cinevolution Media Arts Society, a leading-edge film and arts organization that stages the Richmond International Film and Media Arts. He is also a radio program host at AM1470, a Chinese radio station.

Michael has a Master’s degree in Higher Education Studies (University of British Columbia) and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology (University of Toronto). He works at the Vancouver Community College as a Senior Project Coordinator, leading the Department of Community Training and Development.

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