CAP presenters usually visit local high schools through the months of September to December, although we can accommodate to any schools wanting presentations in the months after. Presenters are all undergraduate student volunteers from the Sauder School of Business.


Most often, presentations are delivered at high schools during the lunch period. CAP Presenters touch on four major aspects of life as a commerce student at UBC, namely academics, extracurriculars, career development, and social life. Here are just a few of the topics that are covered:


Programs and Resources

  • Specializations
  • Exchange and studying abroad
  • Canaccord Learning Commons and other support facilities



  • Commerce Undergraduate Society
  • First year representatives
  • Sauder clubs and conferences
  • AMS clubs
  • Case competitions


Career Development

  • Co-op program
  • The Business Career Centre
  • UBC Portfolio Management Fund Program
  • Sauder Strategy Consulting Mentorship Program
  • Brand Management Mentorship Program


Social Life

  • AMS Firstweek (UBC-wide frosh week)
  • Sauder Spark (Sauder’s welcoming weekend for first-year students)
  • Where to get lunch
  • Living on residence
  • Making friends