Watch for college and university information sessions coming to your school. Colleges and Universities also hold sessions on their own campus. Even if you are not in grade 12 it is a good idea to have a look – the earlier the better! Your Crown Ward Mentor/ Facilitator can help!
CAREER CRUISING is an online guidance tool that Ontario students can use to explore career options, through one of Career Cruising’s many search tools. You can use these tools to find which college, university and apprenticeship programs in Canada provide the education and training required for the careers that pique your interest. www.careercruising.com www.myblueprint.ca See…
Canadian students are eligible to receive somewhere in the area of four hundred thousand scholarships. Many scholarships are not awarded because students do not apply for them. For most university scholarships, your application for admission is also your application for scholarship(s). However, there are scholarships for which separate applications must be made
It is essential that you visit the college/university to which you apply. Avoid saying “yes” to a college/university if you haven’t visited the campus and checked out its facilities. March Break is a good time to visit campuses. Feel free to contact a liaison officer. Most colleges/universities will give personal tours upon request.
Yes! There are Aboriginal Services at each college or university.