Be the change you want to see in the world.
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Mahatma Gandhi
For details on these and other amazing opportunities,
please see Ms. Lambe in Guidance!
please see Ms. Lambe in Guidance!
Transition to University events are a great first step in getting prepared for university and getting the most out of your university experience.
The presentation will cover topics like:
Get your application assessed at the eventHave your application assessed at the event. Make sure to apply online 48 hours before the event and bring your official transcript, grade 12 course list, and application fee ($65) if you did not already pay online.
Note: Admission on the spot is not available for Engineering, Nursing, or Renaissance College. Students who would like to apply to these programs may still submit their application and be assessed for their second choice program. Admission on the Spot is for students applying to UNB directly from high school only.
Mt. Allison University
Spring Open House — MARCH 2, 2018
» Register for Spring Open House now!
Experience Mount Allison's campus for the first time, or visit again and get answers to all your questions. Come alone, bring a friend, relative, parent, or teacher and see what the next four years of your life could look like.
Discover all the benefits of a small, tight-knit university community.
Wondering how to get here? See campus map.
Spring Open House Schedule
8:45-9:30 a.m. Registration at M.Y. Bell Conservatory (134 Main St.)
9:30-10:30 a.m. What's next?
Financial aid, academic advising, and housing presentation
10:30-11:45 a.m. Residence tour
11:45-12:55 p.m. Lunch
3:45 p.m.-ongoing Optional activities
Saturday, August 4 to Monday, August 13, 2018
Think marine research and fieldwork might be in your future? This summer, take part in a 10-day Marine Mammal Summer Camp that will introduce you to the exciting world of marine mammal conservation and research.
More information can be found at: smu.ca/marinemammalcamp
Join the Nova Scotia Sea School during March break for an adventure unlike any other! The back-country of Nova Scotia in the winter is truly amazing to explore. Few people get outside this time of year and take advantage of how magical it is. Our instructors Lyse Boyce and Richard Leckenby will show you a whole new world of fun and outdoor skills through shelter making, fire building, tracking, cooking and exploring with map and compass. You will learn how to stay toasty in the winter and also have the opportunity to test your survival skills in a culminating solo experience.
This will be our 11th wilderness March break trip. Each year we introduce our participants to a new part of Nova Scotia and help them to discover personal strengths and gain essential life skills through experiential learning and real challenges in the outdoors!
No experience required - just an open mind and a willingness to try!
Price: $350 tax incl. (The price includes all food, group equipment, - 20 sleeping bags and other sleeping gear apart from personal clothing items)
Dates: Sunday March 11th, 10am - Thursday March 15th, 4pm. The course length is 5 days (4 overnights).
Location: Fun Forest Camp in the backwoods of Beaver Bank, N.S.
This program is an opportunity of a lifetime. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have! Registration is on a first come first serve basis and SPACE IS LIMITED! In 2017 this trip filled in TWO days, please don't hesitate!TO REGISTER: or for more details, contact Sophia at (902) 449-2254 or email email@example.com.
Some bursary support may be available. Inquire today!
Mount Saint Vincent University
Event Information:Event details including schedule of activities and registration form at msvu.ca/rsvp
RSVP by February 14th
-On the spot admission and scholarships
-Get to meet your faculty by sitting in on a class
-Tour campus with a current student
-Meet the President, Dr. Mary Bluechardt
-Have lunch on MSVU in the all-you-care-to-eat-dining-hall
Holland College-On Thursday, January 18th there will be an information session at the Best Western Plus Bridgewater Hotel and Convention Centre, for any parents and/ or students interested in programs at Holland College. The session will be held in the Mustang Boardroom at the hotel between 6:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
The intended format for the event is a short presentation, with plenty of time throughout the presentation and at the end for questions. The presentation will cover the wide variety of programs that are offered, as well as what student life looks like for our students. There will also be information packages available on-site.
NSCC Test Drive is designed to help your students confirm that their NSCC program choice matches their career interests. If you have a student with a career plan in mind, we would encourage them to review our program details and sign up for their Test Drive online at https://www.nscc.ca/explorenscc/visit/index.asp.
Each student is asked to sign up individually so we can capture pertinent information and better support them as a prospective NSCC student.
We look forward to welcoming your students to campus very soon.
EWC: LIVE THE EXPERIENCE
ENCOUNTERS WITH CANADA is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes and dreams. For 35 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 107,000 youth have lived the EWC experience… now it’s your turn!
Please visit the guidance office for more information!
We’re looking for young, creative people with great ideas to effect some positive change. Apply to the EF Canadian YouthAmbassador Program by sharing your one idea that will make a difference in your community, across Canada, and around the world.
If you’re selected, you’ ll become one of our 30 Youth Ambassadors, earn a free trip to France to participate in the Vimy 100 anniversary ceremonies, and receive mentorship from community leaders and MPs.
Get inspired to change the world!
Blyth Academy-International summers: students in grades 9-12 can study in an Ontario accredited course and can choose from over 20 programs, in 30 countries, on 6 continents. This is an opportunity for students to widen their horizons while learning course material in places where knowledge can be directly applied. For more information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study And Go Abroad- The Study and Go Abroad expo will be held on October 4th, 2016 Dalhousie University
McInnes Room Student Union Building, 6136 University Avenue, Halifax, Nova Scotia Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Fair Times: 2 pm – 6 pmFree Seminars: 1 pm – 6 pm. For more information go to www.studyandgoabroad.com
The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada brings together youth (aged 15 to 18 years old) and adult mentors from Canada to promote mutual understanding, increase leadership, and prepare youth to make a difference in their communities. It is an intensive program that takes place from July 18 through August 6, 2016, and is carried out in Ottawa, New York state, and Washington, DC. Participants have all travel, meal, and accommodation costs during the exchange covered by the program, in addition to health benefits with limitations provided in the USA.
Attached are application forms with a detailed description of the program and eligibility requirements for youth and adult participants. Also attached is a one page announcement that we encourage you to print and either post on student announcement boards or hand out to your students. Your assistance with sharing this information digitally with colleagues, students, and parents would also be greatly appreciated. All of this information can also be found at the Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada website.
Forum for Young Canadians is Canada's premier civics education program for students aged 15-19 years old. Forum brings students to Ottawa for a week of intensive academic adventure immersing them in the exciting world of national politics and public affairs. Participants in the program spend one week in Ottawa with 100 other young leaders from coast to coast to coast. Their classroom is Parliament Hill and their teachers are Ministers, Members of Parliament, Senators, senior public servants, members of the national media and business leaders. If you have leadership skills and the desire to share your opinions... you may belong at the Forum! www.forom.ca
Encounters with Canada is our nation’s largest and foremost youth forum for Canadians aged 14 to 17 years, located in Ottawa, Ontario at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre.Their mission is to bring together young Canadians from all provinces and territories to our nation’s capital to discover - through innovative, experiential learning activities - our nation’s diverse cultures, heritage, institutions, history and leaders, as well as to explore potential career options – all of which will help shape them into informed and engaged citizens and leaders of tomorrow. www.ewc-rdc.ca
Explore is a five week summer language bursary program that enables students to discover another region of Canada while learning French (most expenses are covered). Deadline to apply for Explore is February 28th of each year. For more information, please visit www.myexplore.ca
Marine Mammal Summer Camp put on by the Faculty of Science at Saint Mary's University, in partnership with the Canadian
Whale Institute will host their second annual ten- day Marine Mammal Summer Camp for ages 14-17. This camp (usually takes place in August) is an excellent opportunity for youth with a keen interest in marine life to gain hands-on research experience alongside of marine mammal experts. It will take place at both Saint Mary's University in Halifax and Campobello Island, New Brunswick.
Applications are due __________. Limited number of bursaries are available for students with financial need.
Shad Valley is for high school students in grades 10-12 who have a passion for mathematics and science, a creative entrepreneurial mind, initiative and drive, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and participation in extra curricular activities. What the program can do for you:
Prepare for university and learn how to work with the best.
Create positive change with a group of future leaders who will challenge, motivate, and inspire you to your next level of achievement.
Shad Valley offers an ambitious curriculum of academics, collaborative projects, and physical/recreational activities.
Please visit www.shad.ca
Page Program Live the Action on the Hill! Are you a grade 12 student headed to Ottawa University next year? Want to
meet people from across Canada? Interested in the Parliamentary system? Become a Page and assist Members of Parliament and other House Officials with their work in the House of Commons. Must be attending University in Ottawa in the fall, be fluent in both official languages. This year's deadline is December 7th, 2015. Visit parl.gc.ca/hocpage
Youth Summer Programs (University of Toronto) Every summer high school students are given the opportunity to experience the world of medicane and law at the University of Toronto. Students in grade 10-11 from across North America and beyond, are invited to learn more about each discipline from the best in the profession and experience residence life at one of Canada's most prestigious medical and law school. Visit FORUM for Young Canadians. Visit http://www.ysp.utoronto.ca/
Queens University Enrichment Program
Celebrating 30 Years
For grades 9-12The Enrichment Studies Unit has been providing grade 6 to 12 students with challenging academic enrichment opportunities and a university-life experience on the campus of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario since 1987. We’ve welcomed over 100,000 students into our program and provided leadership opportunities to over 1,500 Queen’s students. Our mission is to enrich and motivate youth by challenging them academically, developing them personally, and inspiring them with an exceptional Queen’s University experience.