After High School


Hello Students,

Join us online on Saturday, December 5 for SFU Virtual Preview Day!

Connect with representatives from our faculties, Student Services departments, and current students, and view SFU through different perspectives. Discover our wide range of programs, and learn about the many ways to create your own unique university experience.

You can choose either our morning or afternoon session, or sample a bit of both (if you’d like to look into more than one faculty, for example). Each session will feature:

  • Admission presentations
  • Faculty presentations
  • Presentations for parents
  • Student Services presentations (co-op program, mock lectures, etc.)

Check our Virtual Preview Day website for schedule and session information, and to register!

EducationUSA Frost Belt Showcase and How to Pick a Major       

As we round out the year, our final 2020 Showcase will feature some of the U.S. institutions right over the border in the Northern area of the United States known as the Frost Belt.

From the Dakotas to Pennsylvania, check out seven COOL U.S. universities (and their scholarship opportunities). The webinar will start with a primer on "How to Choose your Major" at U.S. universities. Students, parents, guidance staff, and all who are interested are invited to this free virtual event! 

Agenda (In Eastern Time):  3:00 - EducationUSA presentation, "How to choose your Major" 3:30 - Dickinson College (PA) 3:45 - DePaul University (IL) 4:00 - University of North Dakota 4:15 - Ohio University 4:30 - University of Iowa 4:45 - University of South Dakota 5:00 - Wayne State University (MI)


You are invited to a Zoom meeting: Green Certificated Information/Induction session is being hosted on Monday, November 23, 2020 @ 4:30 pm Mountain Time (US and Canada)

You must 'register' in advance to take part in this Zoom meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link to join the meeting you registered for.

Phones, tablets, computers may be used, and you can choose whether you show your own video, or not.

Please read the attached Induction Paperwork which will be reviewed (right click on the link below to open)

Induction Paperwork


Hello Students, Our ELAA virtual season is well underway and we are entering our last month of events for 2020. 

We have had some counsellors asking and have decided to open up the remaining events to all students that have previously attended already. That means every Tuesday and Thursday night until the end of November, students can connect to chat live with recruitment officers from all of our member institutions across the province! 

Your students can once again connect by visiting  and logging in using their email. If they have yet to register they can do so easily from this same page in less than a minute! 

Thank you!


Check out the EducationUSA events happening this International Education Week (#IEW2020), all with a Business theme.

Monday 16 12:00 - Launch of the Instagram Giveaway. 

Open Doors  numbers released: Canada remains the 5th largest sender of students to the United States at 25,922 students. Tuesday 17 9:45 - Sophie WeiWei Gao (Montreal) is pursuing an MBA at Sloan School of Management at MIT while concurrently completing her pediatric surgery residency. Live conversation on Instagram.

12:00 - Ayumi Sasaki (Montreal) competes for Bowling Green State University's tennis team while studying for a Master's in Accounting. Live conversation on Instagram.

16:00 - IEW Business showcase - learn about undergraduate Business programs at 8 U.S. universities. Register here.

Wednesday 18 14:30 - Coco Yang (Vancouver) graduated from the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and has a graduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Live conversation on Instagram. Thursday 19 15:30 - Philippe Noël (Rivière-du-Loup) graduated from Harvard University this year and has founded a tech start-up. Live conversation on Instagram. 16:00 - IEW Business showcase - learn about undergraduate Business programs at 8 U.S. universities. Register here.

Friday 20 14:00 - Instagram Giveaway winners announced.  16:45 - Sunni Liu (Toronto) attends the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Live conversation on Instagram. Saturday 21 10:00 - IEW Business showcase - learn about graduate Business programs at 8 U.S. universities. Register here.


Admission Update

The first round of admission offers were released November 13, but admission offers will continue until all positions have been filled.

Admitted students will be mailed their admission package  to prepare for their next steps on become a Dino. Students who receive an offer are required to confirm their acceptance by May 1, 2021, with a $500 non-refundable deposit. For more information, click here:

If your student is still waiting on their initial review, we encourage them to ensure that all required documents on their to-do list have been uploaded. Once these documents have been submitted, they will receive a decision within 4-6 weeks.

If your student did not qualify for an initial offer of admission, please highlight for them that UCalgary issues a small number of offers during our first round and the majority of students will receive a decision in February after the first semester is finished. When first semester grades are received, they will automatically be re-reviewed for admission. Should your student wish to change their program choices before the March 1, 2021 deadline, please review the following resource:

Student Financial Support Update

November is a big month with the Prestige Scholarship deadline approaching on December 1, 2020. Students must apply for admission before they can be considered for our awards, but do not require an offer of admission. To support the application process, we are offering an Undergraduate Awards Webinar  on November 26, 2020, from 6:30-7:30 PM (MST).

To view our full awards update for the month of November,  click here

Prospective Student Events Update

We have a number of virtual events  this month. Be sure to check out our Scholars Academy event and many of our Faculty Information nights.

For those who missed our Virtual Open House, we are pleased to announce that this event can still be accessed and will be live until March 1, 2021.

Lastly, if you or your students have missed any of our events this fall, be sure to check out the replay for each event on our YouTube channel  

Faculty Feature: Werklund School of Education

Since the redevelopment and enhancement of our program in 2013 from the Master of Teaching (MT) program to the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program, the Werklund School of Education has seen great success in each of our three pathways: 4 Year BEd (On-Campus and Community Based), 5 Year Concurrent BEd (On-Campus), and our 2 Year After-Degree BEd (On-Campus and Community Based).

Our unique programs offer students the ability to enhance their Bachelors of Education experience with opportunities such as teaching in international communities through our Teaching Across Borders, matching students with community organizations through our many Service Learning Opportunities, connecting our pre-service teachers with one another and with teachers in the community through our Mentorship program, and much more. We also have some Faculty specific scholarships such as our Werklund Community-Engaged Leadership Scholarship in which six are awarded at $20,000.00 each! To learn more about Werklund, please click here


EDUCATION USA WEBINAR: How to study Business in the U.S.

EducationUSA webinar: How to study business in the U.S.

Tuesday, November 10 at 4 pm EST. Register here: 

This session is meant to be attended prior to the events during International Education Week (IEW). This session is a primer on the various pathways to studying Business including Associate's, Bachelors, and graduate degrees (including MBAs). Students will take away the various outcomes of the degree options available. EducationUSA Canada adviser Jenika Heim will present.

EducationUSA IEW Business Showcase: Undergraduate Part 1

Tuesday, November 17 at 4 pm EST. Register here. 

During this two-hour session, you will hear about 8 diverse undergraduate Business programs including Bentley University, Creighton University, Doane University, Florida Institute of Technology, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Marquette University, Rowan University, and St. John's University. You can also attend the second session on Thursday, November 19th. #IEW2020

EducationUSA IEW Business Showcase: Undergraduate Part 2 

Thursday, November 19 at 4 pm EST. Register at link below 

During this two-hour session, you will hear about 8 diverse undergraduate Business programs including California State University Northridge, Felician University, Hillsborough Community College, Hope College, Lane Community College, La Roche University, Monroe College, and the University of Missouri. You can also attend the first session on Tuesday, November 17th. #IEW2020

Financial Literacy Virtual Symposium 

Saturday, November 21 at 10 am EST. Register at link below 

November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. In that spirit, The Kingston Youth Financial Literacy Symposium is geared to further educate Grades 7-12 students, teachers, administrators/staff, and parents in Canada in financial literacy education. In partnership with Advocis-Kingston Chapter, Enactus-Canada, Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, and the Fulbright-Canada Maple Leaf Foundation Community Action Program grant, the Symposium will feature some of the top speakers in financial literacy, including the former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer from NASDAQ. More information about the organizers and presenters here:


A number of different webinars will be uploaded for students interested in attending Queen’s.

The traditional Queen’s presentation is called “Discover Queen’s”. 

The webinars cover topics such as:

- admissions

- financial aid

- student panels

- program specific webinars.

To sign up for a live webinar please register at the below link.

Online Events Schedule:

University of Calgary

Indigenous Student Recruitment Team webinar

We have posted a library of recorded sessions on our Discover U of T page. Students can register for upcoming events and explore recorded content at



Each fall, we host Fall Campus Day open houses to give students an opportunity to discover the exciting things happening on our campuses. We're not able to open our doors to visitors this year, so we're hosting a week-long series of online events instead. We hope that you will invite your students to explore Fall Campus Week! 

Fall Campus Week runs from from Saturday, October 17, to Sunday, October 25. Students only need to register once to gain access to the whole week. Each day will have a different focus, and students will get to chat with current U of T students and professors, take virtual tours, and learn all about life at U of T. 

Fall Campus Week is a great opportunity for students to get to know the University of Toronto. Whether they're planning to apply this year or in a few years, we encourage students to attend.

We also host a series of webcasts to help students discover the right path for them, complete with lots of Q&A. They can sign up for a general session or a session that's focused on a specific program area.


Reminder that the EducationUSA Arts Showcase is 1-3 pm MT on Thursday, October 15th. I will begin by going over how to apply to arts programs in the United States, what the difference is between a BA and a BFA, and some tips for the audition or portfolio. Then, 6 diverse U.S. universities will present their arts programs, admissions processes, scholarship opportunities, and more!

EducationUSA Canada Virtual Arts Showcase: Register Here 

Join EducationUSA on Thursday, October 15, 2020 for the Arts Virtual Showcase!! 🎭 Admissions representatives from institutions with top arts programs will be presenting from 1 – 3 pm MDT If you’re interested in pursuing music, dance, theater, graphic design, film, or any program in the fine or performing arts, this showcase is for you! 🎨 Representatives from @uweauclaire , @amdaofficial , @muhlenbergcollege , @saicpics , @mihollywood , and @gwuniversity will be in attendance! 🎤 Register now at


We’re hosting an information session to high school international students ahead of SAIT virtual open house and we would like to invite your students to join. We would appreciate if you could forward this email to the international students that are currently studying in your school. 

SAIT International Centre is hosting an info session on Fri, Oct 16th at 7:30pm MDT, we’re inviting you to join us to learn about our 2 year diploma programs and 4 year degree programs, how to apply, also work and immigration options after graduation.

Please click on the link to register

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meet


Online Viewbook 

Viewbook Stories 

Virtual Open House (November 14, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. MST) 

Online Information Sessions (Every Wednesday we have a suite of presentations from 4:30-7:30 p.m.) 

Book an online appointment with an AUArts team member (Appointments will cover topics such as portfolios, admission processes, and program pathways) 

If student have any further questions they can email, or


Meet us online Saturday, October 24  10:00 to 4:00 pm 

We’re going virtual! Join us for an online Open House experience to learn about our programs and services. We’re here to answer your questions and give you an opportunity to get to know us.

Discover your program options, meet our great profs, learn about the services available to you as a student and attend Admission and Student Awards and Financial Aid information sessions to get your questions answered.


Bow Valley College


Bow Valley College Open Hosue - Click here to register for our Virtual Open House! Saturday, Oct 17 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.


Apply to SFU for Fall 2021:      Deadline: January 31, 2021   

Apply for Financial Aid and Awards Deadline: December 15, 2020

We are thrilled to announce that our Admissions Website  has a new look! We believe it better showcases our offerings and provides easier navigation to the information you need. You can download our 2021 digital viewbook 

Indigenous Students viewbook  

Silvia Paias Costa

All Canadian Provinces and Territories

Includes all schools in all Canadian Provinces and Territories outside of British Columbia.

Rebecca Sangwais

Indigenous Students

Includes all Indigenous students in all geographical locations across Canada.

Due to COVID-19, SFU has chosen to move our recruitment efforts online for the upcoming Fall 2020. We will be offering a variety of opportunities for prospective students to connect with us online:

Save the Date

  • SFU Virtual Preview Day – Saturday, December 5, 2020 Students and parents wishing to learn about SFU can join us for our Virtual Preview Day, Saturday, December 5, 2020. Connect with faculty representatives, who will share information about their programs, unique student experiences and more! Registration will open in November on our Tours and Events page.
  • SFU Virtual Indigenous Students Preview Days
    • Thursday, January 14,
    • Wednesday, January 20,
    • Tuesday, January 26

The Indigenous community of SFU works collectively to create an inclusive learning environment for all students, staff and community members. Join us for Virtual Indigenous Students Preview Day to learn more about pathways to SFU, scholarships, mentorship opportunities, and hear from Indigenous SFU students! Email Rebecca Sangwais at for more information.


Application for admission to the University of Alberta opened October 1 and is available at Students are encouraged to apply early as admission is competitive and space in our programs is limited. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and offers are administered on a rolling basis. If a student is not immediately admissible to their program(s) of choice, they will be reassessed if/when new information is received or if our admission parameters change.

To assist students with the application process, we have updated two of our key websites, and We are also creating a series of videos to guide students through the application process, starting with ‘Preparing to Apply’, which can also be found on In addition, we are hosting Submitting Your Application workshops to further aid students and answer their questions.

Here are a couple quick reminders about the University of Alberta application:

  • Students self-report their own marks.
  • Students are asked to report all grade 11 and grade 12 courses.
  • Students can pick two programs on their application.

Students can apply for residence on the same application.  

Virtual Open House 2020

Registration is now open for Virtual Open House! Students who register will automatically be entered to win a $500 tuition credit. Over the course of this three-day event, students can attend online presentations, visit our virtual booth fair, and explore all the University of Alberta has to offer. Please download our TV poster and promote Virtual Open House in your school!

University of Alberta 101

We will be hosting virtual sessions throughout the fall as a replacement for traditional in-school presentations. Students will learn all about the U of A, including our programs, scholarship opportunities, events and experiences, how to apply, and more! Registration is required.

University of Albera Faculty Nights

Students can attend our online faculty booth fairs, offered most weeks throughout the fall, to connect directly with faculty members and recruiters to get their questions answered! Registration is required.

Online Campus & Residence Tour Webinars

Guests can see campus from the comfort of their own home with these live online presentations. Current UAlberta students will share their experiences and take guests on a photo tour of North Campus and Residence. Registration is required.

Indigenous Student After School Tea

Join Indigenous Recruitment at 3:30 p.m. daily for an intimate gathering where we’ll chat about on everything you need to know about the U of A. Students can ask questions, talk to advisors, learn about their program options, and more!

AP & IB Recognition

We will be hosting online presentations to celebrate the hard work of AP and IB students and to showcase how we will support them and recognize their achievements as they begin their studies at the University of Alberta. Registration is required.

Program Choices

The University of Alberta offers over 200 undergraduate programs, and we encourage students to select their top two in their application for admission. It is important to note that the prioritization of these program choices matters. Program 1 should be a student's first choice program and Program 2 should be a student's backup program in case they are not admissible to Program 1. 

Parents' & Families E-News

Did you know that the University of Alberta also distributes a monthly Parents & Families E-News? Interested individuals can register at


SAIT will begin to accept applications for fall 2021 and winter 2022 starting Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020

Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible for their desired program(s). Applications must be submitted via

(Un)Open House – Oct. 22 & 23, 2020

We’re opening our virtual doors for (Un)Open House on Thursday, Oct. 22 and Friday, Oct. 23. Students can visit virtual booths to chat one-on-one with SAIT instructors and staff, learn about our industry-focused and tech-driven programs, and have a chance to win one of three $1,000 technology prize packs!

Both days offer the same experience. Registration is required. 

If students aren’t able to make it, they can access all the presentations and resources for 30 days after the event.


OPP 2020 will be virtual this year. Our website will be our virtual hub for this year's events:

This fair provides a virtual opportunity to access post-secondary admissions information on Out of Province Universities  . . . a one stop shopping venue.

Events will take place this year from October 13 to 16 and again from October 19 to 23 from 4pm to 8pm MT. These events are open each night for four hours to all Alberta students. Information packages for students for each school can be downloaded at any time.

Carleton University (Ottawa Ontario)

Students are invited to attend one their High School Presentations on Microsoft Teams to learn more about Carleton’s innovative degree programs, scholarships and financial aid, residence, co-op, athletics, student services and many advantages of studying in Canada’s capital.

  • presentations 

Virtual tour


Sign up for Carleton360

Customized content that suits students interests and shows them what their future at Carleton can look like.

St. Mary’s University

Located on a historic site in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, our students are inspired to combine academics with a passionate commitment to ethics, social justice and respect for diversity of opinion and belief. St. Mary’s has 875 full- and part-time students, 80 full- and part-time faculty, and an average class size of 25.

This link covers programs, admission requirements, and entrance scholarship information (13 minutes). 


Kim Tam
Recruitment & Community Engagement Officer
St. Mary's University
14500 Bannister Road SE
Calgary, AB T2X 1Z4 | Direct phone:  403-254-7925 |Fax:  403-531-9136

University of Saskatchewan

USask's Open House is set to take place tomorrow, Thursday, September 24 from 3-7 pm (Saskatchewan time).

Students and their supporters are invited to explore USask's academic programs and student experiences through:

•             Live-streamed demonstrations and presentations starting every half hour during the event

•             One-on-one chats with representatives from programs and services across USask in our virtual information fair

•             Digital materials and videos you can check out during the event or save for later

Registration is open until three hours before the event, or 12 pm (noon) Saskatchewan time.

Invite students to register today!


SAT Virtual Boot Camp

This FREE Boot Camp is a five-session intensive. The first and last sessions are full-length practice exams. The three middle sessions are 2-hours each and will cover the SAT in the U.S. admissions process along with in-depth tips on attacking each section. This session is open to any Canadian student who is planning to take the SAT.


Friday, April 3, 12:30 pm ET (4.5 hours)

Monday, April 6, 3 pm ET (2 hours)

Wednesday, April 8, 3 pm ET (2 hours)

Wednesday, April 15, 3 pm ET (2 hours)

Friday, April 17, 12:30 (4 hours)

Interested students: please fill out this survey and they will email you with more details about logging on and how to prepare.

University of Calgary opportunity for a virtual presentation that the U of C is offering for grade 10 & 11 students  
April 7 12:00-1:00pm.


Bow Valley College

During this unsettling time, we are doing our best to continue providing services to prospective students. Our campus is remaining open on a limited basis. Students should feel free to contact us via phone or email and one of the student recruiters or prospective student representatives will be respond to questions in a timely manner.

Here is some updated program information:

  • Application for Practical Nurse (PN) 2021 SPRING intake will be opened on April 1, 2020 at 8:00am. Once students applied, they have till March 25th by 4:00pm to submit all the required documents. PN application for 2020 SPRING intake will be closed on May 11 at 4:00pm. Students should apply on-line at
  • Current program application status for all BVC 2020 FALL intake career programs:

Diploma Programs

Business Administration

Seats available

Legal Assistant

Seats available

Addiction Studies

Full, long waitlist

Child and Youth Care

Full, long waitlist

Disability Studies

Seats available, limited seats

Early Childhood Education and Development

Full, short waitlist

Justice Studies

Full, long waitlist

Social Work

Full, not accepting applications

Digital Design

Seats available

Information Technology Systems

Seats available

Interior Decorating

Seats available

Software Development

Seats available

Pharmacy Technician

Full, not accepting applications

Practical Nurse

Full, not accepting applications

Certificate Programs

Business Administration

Seats available

Addiction Studies

Program cancelled

Disability Studies

Seats available

Early Childhood Education and Development

Full, not accepting applications

Education Assistant

Seats available, limited seats

Administrative Professional

Seats available

Dental Business Assistant

Seats available

Event Management

Program cancelled

Hospital Unit Clerk

Seats available

Human Resources

Seats available

Medical Office Assistant

Seats available

Veterinary Office Assistant

Full, short waitlist

Health Care Aide

Seats available

Summer Dual Credit - Study at the University of Calgary this summer

Places available in:

  • Math 265
  • Psychology 203
  • English 251
  • Computer Science 217

Receive high school credits and a University of Calgary course credit. Application Deadline: Friday, June 5 at 4 p.m. Space is limited, apply now. 

All application packages are on

See Mr. Case for signatures and High School Transcripts.

myBlueprinteducation, career, and life planner web tool

Every CBE high school student has access to myBlueprint. This is an online education, career, and life planner (7-12) that provides students with a self-directed resource that allows them to research and create a plan for education, career and life.

To register  / Student Steps:

Go to:

Sign up | Select school | Create account | Select Student box | Select grade | Add Personal information

  • Name
  • Birthdate
  • Alberta Student Number (OPTIONAL)


Add CBE email + password (Note: Grade 12 students should add an email address other than their CBE on if this wish to use this program after June 2020).

Agree to terms | Continue | Get started

RAP, Skilled Trades & ICT Fairs

Learn about RAP & ICT programs | Connect with employers and industry

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 | James Fowler High School | Open to Students & Parents | Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

For Information Phone: 403-875-0281 | Email


Program Description

 Explore a summer off-campus education opportunity in boilermaking

 Earn three (3) credits in off-campus education

Student Eligibility

Open to a maximum of eight (8) graduating CBE high school students, who are:

 Minimum 17 years of age (18 preferred for employment)

 Students must be in grade 12

 Mature, punctual, reliable and able to attend all ten (10) days of training for the

full eight (8) hours

Important Dates

 Interested students must complete their applications by: Friday 17 April 2020

 Dates: Monday, June 29, 2020 – Friday, July 10, 2020

 Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm (85 hours)


 Students must have completed HCS 3000, HCS 3010 and Construction Safety

Training Systems [CSTS] (available through your high school off-campus


 Able to attend Local 146 (8:30 am – 4:00 pm) for the duration of the program

Monday, June 29, 2020 – Friday, July 10, 2020

 Transportation plan to and from Local 146

If interested, see Mr. Case for the application along with additional information


UAlberta Day Trip for Calgary IB students

Grade 11 IB students from the Calgary area are invited to visit North Campus on March 19, 2020! They’ll have an opportunity to explore everything the U of A has to offer including a tour of campus and residence. More information and registration at

Guaranteed Residence Application Deadline

April 30, 2020 is the deadline for students to apply for residence and be guaranteed a space for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Students can visit to apply.


Updating Courses and Marks

Students who have not yet received an offer to their first choice program can submit updated courses and new final grade 12 marks.

Once updates are submitted, their application will be re-evaluated. Students can submit the updates to courses and marks one time in UAlberta Launchpad from February 1 to April 30, 2020.

Registration 101 workshops

Registration tips, how-to videos, and information regarding Reg 101 sessions are available online at


Accepting an Offer

The deadline to accept an offer of admission is May 1, 2020 unless otherwise stated in UAlberta Launchpad. Students can find instructions on how to accept their offer at

IB Predicted Grades

IB coordinators are able to submit students' IB predicted grades to the University of Alberta. The form to submit IB predicted grades is available at If you have questions please email

Application Extension

There is still time to apply in some of our programs! Visit for a full list of programs that are still accepting applications along with updated deadlines.

Admitted Student Day Edmonton

On March 28, 2020 students will be treated to lunch while they participate in faculty specific sessions, speak with program advisors, see campus, and envision their future as a UAlberta student! More information and RSVP details are available at

Indigenous Student Discovery Day

The University of Alberta invites Indigenous students in grades 10, 11, and 12 to take part in a one-day UAlberta experience at our North Campus on April 29, 2020. For more details, please contact Indigenous Recruitment at

Campus Tours

Campus and Residence Tours as well as faculty one-on-one advising are available to be booked until April 24, 2020. We are offering Saturday tours on March 7 and April 18.

Learn more and book at

Advising Sessions

We will also host in-person advising sessions in Calgary on March 20, 2020! Visit for more information.

UAlberta Registration 101 Session in Calgary

The U of A will be in Calgary to help students who have received an admission offer prepare for their first year of studies. At Reg 101 workshops we help students determine which classes to take in their first year, show them how to design their schedule, and how to register using Bear Tracks.

Students are encouraged to join us for a Calgary Registration 101 session:

Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020 | Location: U of A Calgary Centre (120, 333 5 Ave. SW, Calgary)

Time: General Session 9:30 – 11:30 or 12:00 to 2:00 pm | Faculty of Science Session 10:00 – 12:00 or 1:00 – 3:00 pm

RSVP: Students must reserve their seat by completing the RSVP online at

The General Session is targeted to students of all programs, and will have general advisors as well as representatives from a number of faculties in attendance. For a detailed list of available session times please visit

The Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) at the University of Calgary is running a High School Girls Program
focused on teaching young women about the world of science and technology based entrepreneurship (poster attached).

Accepted students are invited to attend a CDL Session Day where they:

  • Shadow mentors- experienced and influential CEOs, investors, and entrepreneurs
  • Attend workshops focused on cutting edge tech and effective networking
  • Listen to key note speakers
  • Attend meetings and large room deliberations with mentors, top scientists, and high potential tech based start-ups

There is no cost to participate; however, students are responsible for finding their own transportation to and from the University of Calgary Downtown Campus.

It is a great opportunity for students and we still have a few spots available at our March 11th session.

Interested students should apply ASAP. 

Career Talk “The Journey Forward”

Date: March 11 | Time: 10:20 to 10:50 | Location: JGD Career Centre Room 221


Andrew has been a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) since October 2014. In addition to his Massage Diploma, he also has a Bachelor of Health and Physical Education degree, majoring in Physical Literacy from Mount Royal University (MRU). With his expanded education, Andrew uses his knowledge about the human body and a blend of different techniques to help his clients live active, healthy, and pain-free lives.

Please sign up with Mr. Case in the Career Centre, if interested.

University of Calgary Next Step presentation for Grade 12 students.

Designed to get students thinking about what comes next.  You have applied, received an offer (waiting for an offer) what is next for you? Next steps provides information about the first year experience. You’ve been admitted, what’s next; accepting your offer and paying your deposit, course registration information, new student orientation, financing your education,  and You at UCalgary event.

And the most important part of all is answering any questions that students have.

Date: Thursday, March 12 | Time: 8:00 am | Location: Learning Commons
Sign up in the Student Services office (blue binder), if interested

The Canadian Armed Forces Recruiting Centre Calgary will be hosting the 3rd annual Women in Uniform Career Fair on:

March 6,  2020 | 3:00pm-7:00pm at HMCS Tecumseh | 1820 24th St SW | Calgary

This event will be open to the public and will have representation from women serving in Municipal, Provincial and Federal organizations:

Canadian Armed Forces | RCMP | Alberta Sheriffs | Calgary Fire Dept | Alberta Health Services EMS

Fish and Wildlife Alberta | Canadian Border Services Agency and more.

There’s no entry fee and plenty of free parking

The University of Alberta is coming to Calgary.

At this session Grade 12 students will:

•             Learn to navigate Bear Tracks for the purposes of course registration

•             Build a draft schedule (available to students that have accepted their offer)

•             Get advice on course selection

•             Meet fellow incoming first-year students

UAlberta Advisors will be on hand to answer all of your questions.

We will be in Calgary on Saturday, March 14, 2020.

Register now or check out the full schedule online. Limited spots are available.

Project Pulse is looking to expand our executive team! We are currently looking for a Marketing Manager, a Content Director, a Creative Design Director and an Editor – all of these would be volunteer positions in which high school students would be able to work alongside our team, and be mentored by our existing team of executives! 

The link to apply is: If anybody has any questions at all, they are more than welcome to reach out to this email! The deadline to apply is February the 21st! All the best.

Michael Potemkin Logistics Director, Project Pulse Calgary

Project Pulse Calgary is proudly sponsored by the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta

The University of Guelph-Humber is pleased to announce that we will be coming to Calgary. Students are invited to our National Reception to learn more about our programs, admissions and the close-knit community at the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto, Ontario:

Calgary National Reception |Saturday, February 22, 2020 | 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Delta Calgary South
135 Southland Drive SE
Calgary, AB T2J 5X5

Our National Reception is open to all applicants, prospective students and educators, to discuss a university education that offers the academic foundation and hands-on experience employers are looking for! Win University of 
Guelph-Humber swag packages while enjoying light refreshments

EducationMatters will be seeking out up to two students for the EducationMatters Digital Communications Internship. This role is centered around marketing and design as successful applicants will be working with the communications team at EdMatters. Students will be creating content that will be shared via social media, the EdMatters webpage and possibility print mediums. Successful students will need a strong skill set in design, animation, advertising and/or technology. Students will earn $17/hour and will be working March-May. 


Students should develop a cover letter, resume and brief portfolio of work for submission directly to EducationMatters. Application deadline is Monday, February 24, 2020. Successful applicants will be contacted to set up an interview with EducationMatters on Friday, February 28, 2020. 

Open to CBE high school students in grades 11 & 12. Able to work minimum of 75 hours over the course of the internship.

Transportation to and from work sites will be the responsibility of the student.

Students should be currently enrolled in or have completed advanced CTS modules in Media, Design or Communication clusters.

Have completed HCS 3000.

Have experience using Adobe Suite programs.

Have strong work ethic and positive attitude.

Employment runs from March 1 to May 31.

Program location: 1221 8 St SW Calgary

Apply to with a cover letter, social media handles and portfolios of your work.

See Mr. Case for the flat sheet with more information, if interested.

Junior Achievement Information World of Choices: Boys event coming up on February 28th

We have more confirmed career tables:

  • Coding and Computer Science (Robogarden)
  • Entrepreneurship (Fitness and Design)
  • Entrepreneurship (Home Automation)
  • Information Technology Consultant
  • Calgary Fire Department
  • Wealth Management (RBC)
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • Non-Profit Sector (Big Brothers, Big Sisters)
  • SAIT Construction: Sheet Metal
  •  SAIT Construction: Plumbing
  • SAIT Construction: Architectural Design

We are hoping to bring in more careers for this event, and will keep you all informed of new tables when we have them

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US College Expo in Canada - Calgary One Day Event

(Click on the link above)

Don’t miss this exclusive event! US College Expo in Canada

SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2020 | Arts Commons 

The ONLY Canadian School Expo exclusively for American Colleges.

FEED YOUR FUTURE is a new and exciting one-day event presented free of charge by Ag for Life and Farm Credit Canada for young women in Grades 9-12 with an interest in agriculture and food production as a potential career pathway. This unique event, the first of a series, has been designed to showcase the many opportunities that the industry provides to women and to outline the elements of personal success.

The event will be held in Calgary on March 18, 2020 at The Village, Brentwood’s Lifestyle Centre. 4039 Brentwood Road NW, Calgary

If you would like more information, please feel free to go to to register.

Career Talk Wednesday, February 12 (10:20AM – 10:50AM) | Location: Career Centre

Constable Mitch will be our speaker.

Volunteer:  CST. MITCH | Occupation: CONSTABLE / PROACTIVE RECRUITER | Employer: RCMP

Mitch is a Constable for the RCMP and is also currently a Recruiter for the Section “K” Division. Growing up in British Columbia, Mitch first joined the RCMP when he was just 19 years of age. Shortly after joining the RCMP, Mitch was posted in Alberta, requiring him to relocate and start fresh in a new Province. Since then, Mitch has been working his way up the ranks and building a successful career with the RCMP. Come listen to Mitch share his journey and how one leap of faith led him to a successful career in the RCMP

Please sign up in the Career Centre with Mr. Case.

Note: This session is limited to the first 15 students that sign up.

Queen's University will be hosting an information event for our current applicants in Calgary on January 23, 2020.

Join one of our admission coordinators, Maura, for an informal session that will include helpful tips and tricks for the application process, information on programs and resources, and what it's like to live and study at Queen's.

Have all your admission questions answered and take the opportunity to meet other students from your area interested in Queen's University. We hope to see you there!

Studio Bell

300-851 4 Street SE

Soundscapes Room

Calgary, Alberta

T2G 1P2

January 23, 2020

Calgary Junior Zoo Guides

Application opens February 1st, 2020. Click here to apply.


- Be able to volunteer June 2020 – June 2021.

- Be between 14 and 17 years of age.

- Attend interview, orientation and training session (dates to be determined)

- Make a year-round commitment. As a Junior Zoo Guide you are expected to contribute at least 80 hours, including 60 hours during the summer and 20 hours in special events including ZOOLIGHTS and Easter Eggstravaganza.

- Have dependability and enthusiasm in spades.

- Able to complete shifts independently.

Available Positions: Roles are defined to volunteers during orientation. Junior Zoo Guides will be mainly interacting with visitors and supporting staff on zoo grounds with various activities and events.

Junior Zoo Guides will be also inspiring our guest to take actions that benefit conservation and stewardship of our natural world.


- Act as an ambassador for the zoo and provide a positive experience for visitors during their visit.

- Educate the public on animals and conservation.

- Greet visitors as they enter the zoo.

- Share maps, activities, knowledge and energy with the visitors.

- Support summer camp staff during daily activities.

- Assisting staff with various conservation and community events throughout the year including ZOOLIGHTS.

Questions? Contact the VR Team at

Calgary Junior Zoo Guides

Application opens February 1st, 2020. Click here to apply.


- Be able to volunteer June 2020 – June 2021.

- Be between 14 and 17 years of age.

- Attend interview, orientation and training session (dates to be determined)

- Make a year-round commitment. As a Junior Zoo Guide you are expected to contribute at least 80 hours, including 60 hours during the summer and 20 hours in special events including ZOOLIGHTS and Easter Eggstravaganza.

- Have dependability and enthusiasm in spades.

- Able to complete shifts independently.

Available Positions: Roles are defined to volunteers during orientation. Junior Zoo Guides will be mainly interacting with visitors and supporting staff on zoo grounds with various activities and events.

Junior Zoo Guides will be also inspiring our guest to take actions that benefit conservation and stewardship of our natural world.


- Act as an ambassador for the zoo and provide a positive experience for visitors during their visit.

- Educate the public on animals and conservation.

- Greet visitors as they enter the zoo.

- Share maps, activities, knowledge and energy with the visitors.

- Support summer camp staff during daily activities.

- Assisting staff with various conservation and community events throughout the year including ZOOLIGHTS.

Questions? Contact the VR Team at

St. Mary’s Open House

Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Academic Degrees




General Studies


Liberal Studies

Social Justice & Catholic Studies

Education (Elementary) Also offering Pre-professional * Business Transfer * Academic Upgrading

Calaway Park Summer 2020 Employment

Competitive wages, free bus transportation, high school credits & scholarship program. Apply online at


February 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Lord Beaverbrook H.S.
Proudly supported by: CAREERS: The Next Generation & Calgary Board of Education
Students and parents, here is your chance to:

- Meet the CAREERS team connecting students to employers
- Unpack ‘what’s in the toolbox’ of in-demand skilled tradespeople and ICT industry leaders
- Network with employers who are hiring RAP & ICT students

Our Mission: Enable youth on their path to rewarding careers

For more information contact Dan Olesen at Phone: 403-875-0281 or Email:


Additional dates:

Wed. Mar. 11, 2020 @ Notre Dame High School

Wed. Apr. 8, 2020 @ James Fowler High School

University of Alberta

Join us for our first ever Calgary Info Week! Learn about next steps, ask your questions, and get inspired about your future.

Date: January 22-23, 2020 | Location: University of Alberta Calgary Centre (333 5 Ave SW, Calgary, AB)

You’ll have the chance to:

- Learn more about what you’ll study at the U of A

- Find out about AP and IB recognition

- Learn what it’s like to be a U of A student

- Talk with UAlberta advisors and get your questions answered

- Registration is not needed for the Advising sessions

- Still have questions? Contact us at

SAIT Open House- February 8, 2020

Students, this is an event you don’t want to miss. Discover the SAIT difference with campus tours and facilities, one-to-one chats with instructors, and more. This one-day winter event is well-timed to help students make decisions and to get assistance with the application process. Learn more here.

FISE United Space School Western Canadian Delegate Search

This exclusive program is searching for the best and brightest high school student with a  passion for the space industry.

Students get a real sense for what the space industry offers for careers and what this lifestyle feels like, by being billeted with a family in Houston, TX for 2 weeks.


The 2020 dates are July 19 – August 3, 2019

Application process:

Resume |Motivational video | One reference letter | 500 word essay | Copy of recent academic transcript

Copy of valid passport

Go to the link below for more information:

Ontario Institute of Radio Technology (OIART) (London, Ontario)

Are you passionate about music, audio recording, media production, communications technology or live sound?

Musicians, performers, avid gamers, beat makers, DJ’s, You tubers, movie buffs, music aficionados, concert goers and techies are all present in our student body.

An 11 month program where you’re surrounded by other like minded people. For a comprehensive listing of the curriculum that awaits you at OIART, visit

Representatives from U of C Engineering will be at our school, to talk students about the Biology pathway into Bioengineering. This pathway does not require physics in high school, instead puts students through a physics “boot camp” in August, before first year. If interested, please join us on Monday, December 9th at 12:05pm in Room 119

November 14, 2019

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Internship Program

The internships provide real job experiences as: Network Specialists, Computer Support Specialist, Software / Application Developer and Web Developer.

Internships may be available for part time or summer full time opportunities.

The ICT Internship Program is limited; a competitive program and unfortunately not all students who apply will get positions.

The following application information must be provided:

-Cover letter

-Current Resume

-ICT application form

-Parent / Guardian consent form

-Complete HCS 3000 and ICT courses

-Recent transcript and attendance record

-Teacher recommendation

-Off Campus Teacher recommendation

Chinook Learning Services Off Campus ICT Application (to be completed at a later date)

Students must have a Social Insurance Number to be an employee. If interested in this program please see Mr. Case in the Career Centre, room 221

November 13, 2019

University of Calgary / Grade 12 students

I received my offer of admission, what next? UCalgary has a specific webpage dedicated to support students with the next steps. Key next steps include:

•             Pay their deposit to hold their spot

UCalgary requires that all students accept their offer by May 1, 2020 and pay a $500 non-refundable admission deposit. Details of their offer of admission and deposit deadline will be available at

•             Apply for Prestige Awards

The deadline for Prestige Awards is December 1st. If you have a student that is looking for additional support with their award application, we recommend that they consider joining us for our Undergraduate Award Session on November 21, 2019. At this session, Joel May (Manager of Undergraduate Awards) will provide advice on the awards process and showcase one of our winning applications from last year; providing his commentary on why they were successful.

I received an offer, what happens to my other program choice?

If a student receives an offer of admission to their first-choice program, this is the only offer of admission they’ll receive. We recommend students rank their application choices with their most desired program as their first choice.

If a student receives an offer of admission to their second-choice program, they will still be considered for their first-choice program provided there is still space available in the program at the time they meet the requirements. In this scenario, most students will be automatically re-reviewed in February once first semester results are received. Students do not need to reapply and will be reconsidered automatically. For more information, please click here.

Can I change my program choices?

Students can change their application choices as many times as they wish until March 1, 2020 for no additional fee. For details on how to change a program choice, students can refer to page 31 of our Application Walkthrough

November 6, 2019

Alberta University of the Arts:

Upcoming events on campus

November 09, 2019 | Pop-Up Portfolio Review Day              

This event will provide the opportunity for students to present their current portfolio to be reviewed by a faculty member  for feed back, leading up to the portfolio submission for admission.

November 23, 2019 | Open House

Open House at AUArts will give your students the opportunity to see the campus and studio spaces, connect with the admissions team and meet current students and faculty

December 31, 2019 | Show Off! Submission Deadline  

The annual Show Off! Student Competition and Exhibition will be hosted again by AUArts! There are $30,000 in prizes to be won including our grand first-year scholarship prize for this years winner! Don't forget that a matching grant will be awarded to prize winners high school art or CTS program!

Admissions dates | deadlines and requirements October 01, 2019 | Applications Open for Fall 2020 February 01, 2020 | Online Application, Portfolio, Statement of Intent, Interim Transcripts, Interim English Proficiency Documents (if applicable) Due for Priority Applicants July 01, 2020 | Applications Closed August 01, 2020 | Final Transcripts and English Language Proficiency Documents (if applicable) Due

November 5, 2019

Trades, Manufacturing and Transportation

Exploring Metal TradesWE and CTS credits. Information Session: Wednesday, November 6, 2019 6:00 pm at SAIT Room CA322 (third floor of the Aldred Building).  Students will gain the foundational knowledge and skills in a number of metal trades that include welding, iron-worker, sheet metal and pipe-fitting.

Health, Recreation and Human Services

  • Foundations in Emergency Medical CareWE Credits and First Aid Certification. Information Session: Wednesday, November 6, 2019 6:00 pm at SAIT, Room CA322 on from 6-7pm. The program focuses on entry-level training required for working in the field of emergency pre-hospital care.
  • Recreational Leadership – WE and CTS credits. Information Session: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Central Library 800 – 3 Street S.E. BMO Room Students will gain foundational knowledge and skills in recreational leadership and the human services sector and will be trained by qualified and accredited agencies to earn industry-recognized credentials including First Aid and CPR, High Five and LEAD with a focus on children and youth recreational leadership.

 November 4, 2019

Post-Secondary up and coming recruiter visitation dates:

All students are invited to the following Post Secondary information sessions. However, it is strongly advised that grade 12 students attend as many of these sessions as possible to help make informed decisions regarding your future education. Recruiters would be happy to answer your questions about admissions, faculties and programs. 

***Please sign up in the Students Services office (blue binder).***

Institution                            Date                        Time                          Location

Bow Valley College              November 7             8:00 am                     Room 136

University of Victoria            November 14           8:00 am                     Room 136

University of Waterloo          November 20           8:00 am                     Room 136   

University of Calgary

Faculty Information Night Series:  

We are pleased to announce the full schedule for our upcoming Faculty Information Night Series to showcase all undergraduate programs. Our first event features the Faculty of Arts on October 29, 2019 and our events will continue throughout the semester. We would appreciate if you could share the following items with your students:

In addition to the above events, a number of faculties are also offering specialized events:

Application Workshops: 
The Admission and Recruitment Office is pleased to offer two application workshop events on November 12, 2019 and December 5, 2019. Prospective applicants will have the ability to apply on campus with assistance from Recruitment and Admission Advisors and connect with advisors for questions related to admission and programs available at the University of Calgary.  
Nov. 12   
Dec. 5

Undergraduate Awards Information Sessions:
The Undergraduate Awards Office is pleased to offer two Award Information Sessions for prospective high school applicants on October 29, 2019 and November 21, 2019. Prospective applicants will receive a walkthrough of the Undergraduate Awards application, some tips on how to complete the application, and tricks on what selection committees are looking for when reviewing an application for our Prestige Awards. To access all upcoming campus events including our campus tour program, please click here

Queen’s University

Change to the application process to the Queen’s Accelerated Route to Medical School (QuARMS) that allows any
qualified student to apply.

What is QuARMS?
QuARMS offers 10 exceptional high school students a unique educational opportunity that provides them with the opportunity to apply for admission to Queen’s School of Medicine at the end of two years of undergraduate study.

Any interested student will now apply for consideration directly through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC), and students are no longer required to be nominated for the Queen's Chancellor's Scholarship. To request consideration for QuARMS a student must:

1.            Be a Canadian Citizen OR a Permanent Resident of Canada.
2.            Apply through the Ontario Universities’ Applications Centre (OUAC) for admission to the Faculty of Arts and                       Science (Arts, Science, or Computing) or Health Science.
3.            Select QuARMS as their Subject of Major Interest on the OUAC application.

The deadline for the application and any required supporting documents is December 1.

University of Alberta Engineering

Katherine Lee, a Faculty of Engineering student, participated in the U of A’s Engineering Co-op Program. This program provides students with 20 months of paid work experience over five years.

Lee worked on a high-performance race car during her eight-month Engineering Co-op placement in Germany with the Formula Student Racing Team at the University of Bremen. As a part of the experience, Lee was sent to Italy for a week to provide engineering support to an auto racing team and everything she learned about engineering at the University of Alberta fell into place.

If you are interested in hearing more about U of Alberta’s Engineering Co-op Program then please join us on Tuesday, October 22nd at 8:00 am in room 136.

To register please sign up in the blue binder in the Student Services office.

Queen's University will be holding an evening information session for students in Calgary on Tuesday, October 15

•             Learn more about what it's like to live and study at Queen's

•             Ask our staff your admission questions

•             Meet other students interested in Queen's University from your area

Join us for a brief presentation from 6:00pm-6:30pm followed by a reception until 8:00pm.

Tuesday, October 15 | 6:00pm-8:00pm | Studio Bell, Skybridge | Calgary, AB

University of Toronto Prospective Student Information Session in Calgary

We'll have representatives from all undergraduate divisions available to answer your students' questions about programs, life on campus, and applying.

Wednesday, October 30th at 6:30 PM until 9:00 PM | Glenmore Inn & Convention Centre |1000 Glenmore Ct SE, Calgary

2019-20 Post-Secondary Open House Schedule

U of Calgary

Oct. 5

10 am to 3 pm

Olds College (main)

Oct. 18

10 am to 3 pm

Olds College (fashion)

Oct. 19

10 am to 2 pm


Oct. 18 & 19

9 am to 4 pm

U of Alberta

Oct. 18

10 am to 3 pm

Bow Valley College

U of Alberta

Oct. 19  

Oct. 22                                      

10 am to 3 pm

8:00-8:50 am

Mount Royal University

Oct. 26

9:30 am to 3:30 pm

U of Lethbridge

Oct. 26

10 am to 3 pm

Ambrose University

Nov. 1

9 am to 9:30 pm

Ambrose University

Nov. 2

10 am to 2 pm

St. Mary’s University

Nov. 2

10 am to 2 pm

Alberta University of the Arts      

Nov. 23                               

Portfolio Review Day

Dec. 14 & Jan. 25             

SAIT School of Hospitality

We would like to invite you and your students to join us at Open House on Oct. 18 & 19 – 9 am - 3 pm. This is a great opportunity for the students to explore our Culinary Arts programs and connect with industry-trained instructors,  Academic Chairs, Advisors and fellow students.

Students can get general  information on how to apply for our programs, discuss options related to career paths and types of work available to them after graduation. Application fees will be  waived for first time applicants on both days. Students can also sign up for our information sessions and discuss how to become a Student for a Day.

We look forward to seeing you at Open House.

Amazing opportunity for  Grade 10-12 girls and non-binary students. WISEST (Women in Scholarship, Engineering, and Technology) presents its annual SET Conference (Science, Engineering, and Technology) which will take place Nov. 30 – 8:30 am - 3:00 pm at the University of Alberta North Campus. WISEST is dedicated to encouraging young people to explore fields in which their gender is currently underrepresented. The SET Conference is designed for students in Grades 10-12 who are curious about careers in Science, Engineering, and Technology and it is an exceptional opportunity for them to explore options in these fields.

 More information about the SET Conference is available on our website

WISEST has a limited number of subsidies available for Indigenous students unable to pay the full registration cost of $50. Please contact Fervone Goings directly at 780-492-1842 to make arrangements for these subsidies, which will be evaluated based on teacher/advisor recommendation.

Alberta Out - of - Province Public Event (OOP)

Oct. 23 | 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Calgary Exhibition & Stampede Grounds | BMO Centre, Hall D

Explore your post-secondary options with over 40 institutions from across Canada

You and your family are invited.

The institutions listed below will be visiting Diefenbaker on Sept. 19 in the cafeteria from 7:00 to 8:30 pm.

Parents and students are most welcome to approach the recruiters and ask questions.

  • Bow Valley College
  • University of Alberta
  • University of Calgary
  • Mount Royal University
  • SAIT

Careers The Next Generation

All students are invited to the following Post Secondary information sessions. However, it is strongly advised that Grade 12 students attend as many of these sessions as possible to help make informed decisions regarding your future education.

Recruiters would be happy to answer your questions about admissions, faculties and programs.

Please sign up in the Students Services office (blue binder). 

Post Secondary Institution                               




University of  Alberta                                        

Sept. 17                     

8:00 - 8:50 am                        

Learning Commons

University of British Columbia                          

Sept. 24                      

8:00 - 8:45 am                          

Room 136

University of Calgary                                        

Oct. 1                          

8:00 - 8:50 am                          

Learning Commons


Oct. 3                          

8:00 - 8:50 am                          

Room 136

Western University                                           

Oct. 10                        

8:00 - 8:50 am                          

Room 136

Mount Royal University                                    

Oct. 17                        

8:00 – 8:50 am                          

Room 136

University of Toronto                                        

Oct. 24                        

8:00 - 8:50 am                           

Room 136

University of Saskatchewan                             

Oct. 29                        

8:00 - 8:50 am                           

Room 136

Bow Valley College                                          

Nov. 7                          

8:00 - 8:50 am                           

Room 136

University of Victoria                                        

Nov. 14                        

8:00 - 8:50 am                          

Room 136

The Study and Go Abroad Fair is back in Calgary on Sept. 28. 

This free student expo offers students a unique opportunity to learn about undergraduate and post graduate degrees, certificate and diploma programs abroad.

The expo will also include a Student Travel Zone, with organizations offering internships, volunteer programs, work abroad and language travel. Free admission.

Contact if interested.

Twitter: @studygoabroad

The expo will also include a Student Travel Zone, with organizations offering internships, volunteer programs, work abroad and language travel. Free admission.

Post-Secondary Events

At JGD we are fortunate to have a very experienced counselling, career planning and work experience team. They are available to students, parents and staff for support in preparation for post secondary and career exploration opportunities.

We have highlighted a few vital events to help families plan for the future. Please mark them on your calendar. Students and parents of all grade levels are encouraged to attend these sessions as valuable information regarding faculty / program admissions, scholarships and competitive admission averages etc. are given. We expect to add additional recruitment dates to our calendar. Students please listen carefully to the Daily Bulletin for up and coming post-secondary and scholarship events. The dates are listed on the calendar and in our Post-Secondary Events news story.

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