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Student Services

Educational Counselling
• selecting high school courses
• addressing timetable concerns
• dealing with difficulties in learning, studying or time management
• exploring educational opportunities after high school
• assisting students with post-secondary applications
• helping students access financial assistance through OSAP, scholarships and bursaries
Academic vs Applied Flyer.pdf

Career Counselling
• exploring potential career options
• finding sources of information on careers- internet and text-based
• participating in programs which provide students with work-related opportunities

Personal Counselling
• dealing with personal concerns and exploring alternatives and/or solutions
• referring to community services as required

Career Information
Career Cruising: www.careercruising.com ( username and password available in Guidance)
Ontario Jobs: www.ontariojobfutures.ca
Grade 9 Career Cruising Selection Planner

Planning for Post Secondary Education
2018-2019 College & University Presentation

World of Work
www.youthjobs.gov.on.ca
www.canadajobs.com
www.nextsteps.org
www.labourmarketinformation.ca

Apprenticeships
www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/training/apprenticeship/appren.html
https://www.careerfoundation.com/services13/made-in-the-trades

Scholarships
Information for Scholarship Application Workbook
Scholarship Presentation September 26, 2018

www.scholarshipscanada.com
www.studentawards.com
www.schoolfinder.com
www.electronicinfo.ca

Students should consult university/college websites.


Student Success

The Student Success Program focuses on students who need additional help to be successful in their courses. Support from a Student Success Teacher may be offered in various forms including lunchtime help, credit recovery or credit rescue. Consideration for credit rescue and credit recovery is by referral.

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