News and information for our graduating students will be posted here throughout the year. Check back frequently for updates!
The Trinity Grad Pad
Graduation Planning Information 2020-2021
At this time in the school year Graduating students should be:
researching and ensuring they have completed prerequisites for options considered for next year
exploring online resources
researching scholarship information and applying to advertised and unadvertised awards
checking scholarship application deadlines as they are on-going throughout the year
listening for news about graduation procedures
Virtual meeting with guidance counsellor if needed through Holy Trinity Guidance Appointment Form or mystudentinfo.ca.
Archived Grad Announcements
University of Ottawa - Course Enrolment Help Sessions - May 17th - May 27th
Are you considering attending postsecondary in the USA - here are May events
Algonquin Offering Apprenticeship Planning Webinars
In Partnership with Loyalist and St. Lawrence colleges, Algonquin is offering a series of 3 Apprenticeship Planning Webinars for students, parents and educators. These webinars are designed to overview everything a high school student needs to know about the apprenticeship pathway. Each session will be led by Candace Carson, a School-to-Work transition specialist, who supports youth in navigating the period between high school and employment. As a result of her experience as an Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator and Pathways Consultant for one of Ontario's largest school boards, Candace is able to provide youth considering apprenticeship a clear and individualized learner pathway to employment.
There will be handouts to support the learning from each session. You are welcome to attend one, two or all 3 sessions!
Dates are listed below. Each session will run from 6:00pm-7:15pm. You can sign up for the webinars at this link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/rpt-9-apprenticeship-planning-webinars-tickets-149142478167
Webinar #1: April 29th, 2021 - Session #1 Flyer
Overview of the apprenticeship program: what it is, where it leads, why you should consider this pathway
Intended Audience: students considering the skilled trades or those who've already started a skilled trades pathway
Webinar #2: May 20th, 2021 - Session #2 Flyer
Learn more about the OYAP program: how to get started, tips for success, the role of the Ministry, what it means to be an OYAP participant vs an OYAP registrant, how to access in-class training, and more
Intended Audience: OYAP students or students seriously considering OYAP
Webinar #3: June 3rd, 2021 - Session #3 Flyer
Apprenticeship pathway post high school: create your personalized exit plan
Intended Audience: OYAP students who are graduating high school and hope to continue on an apprenticeship pathway.
Study and Go Aboard - Virtual Education Fair on May 20th
The 5 Eastern Colleges will be hosting a live Presentation on Tuesday May 4th at 3:30pm
University of New Brunswick - Spring Virtual Events
Spring into UNB
UNB 101 is an overview of our academic programs, the province we call home and our application process – a great place to start for a student who is still considering their post-secondary options or is in grade 11 or younger.
First-year Fundamentals is all about next steps, the transition from high school to university and what the first-year experience at UNB is like. Students who are seriously considering UNB or are applied or admitted will get the most out of this session.
Residence Events provide a focussed look into our residence community and what it’s like to live on campus. Whether a student has already applied or are still researching their home-away-from-home options, these events provide insight into the lifestyle and amenities on our Fredericton and Saint John campuses.
The First-Yeat Student Panel is all about learning from peers and gaining insight into the first-year experience at UNB from current students. This event will discuss everything our current students wish they had known when they were beginning their UNB journey – challenges, opportunities and how to start post-secondary on the right foot.
University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus
We’re excited to be planning for a safe return to campus for Fall 2021, and our campus is intending to have the large majority of all our programs delivered face-to-face!
To help you and your students succeed moving forward, we have 5 messages we wanted to share:
APPLICATIONS WELCOME: Applications are open for all programs (except Veterinary Technology). We’ve got room for more students for Fall 2021! Apply today on www.ontariocolleges.ca
CONNECT WITH US DIRECTLY: You or your students can reach out to us directly at email@example.com to learn about our programs. We’re here to answer questions!
1:1 RC CONNECT INFO SESSIONS: You or your students can connect 1:1 with us online for a short 30-minute chat to learn more about Ridgetown Campus. Register here: www.ridgetownc.com/future/openhouse_connect.cfm
VIEWBOOK 2021: We’ve attached a PDF copy of our 2021 Viewbook for you to share with anyone you think might want to learn more about Ridgetown Campus.
NEW CAMPUS WEBSITE: Visit www.ridgetownc.com
OCAD University upcoming events and deadlines
Post-secondary applications are rolling in for fall 2021, so keep you and your students on track and prepared for their journey to OCAD University, please see the upcoming events and deadlines below.
Undergraduate Late Applications
Have your students missed the February 1st deadline? Still interested in applying? Good news! Our programs are staying open on a rolling deadline. Students should try to apply as soon as possible before programs close. Review our Guide to Admissions and go step by step through our application process.
Encourage students who are still looking to apply to join this online information session and get more tips and tricks on how to prepare their application and portfolio. They'll get more information about the admissions process, and they can ask detailed questions so they have the skills and confidence to be a strong applicant.
Are your students looking for inspiration? Struggling with creative blocks or just looking for some tips on creating? They may be interested in OCAD University’s Creative Sketchbook! A 64-page workbook filled with creative prompts, projects, and suggestions that can be implemented with any material. This is a great way to get students to push their creative thinking and process, get out of their comfort zone, and just create! You can now order a set of 20 books for your students here.
Careers in the creative industries are on the rise and are constantly searching for individuals with your skillsets. Encourage your students to to join this online information session and learn about where and art or design degree from OCAD U may lead you. Your students will get information about the Canadian creative sector and job market, what opportunities are available for art and design graduates, and how OCAD U can help them achieve their professional goals as a student and when they graduate.
Encourage your students to join current undergraduate OCAD U students for an informal group hang to talk about what day to day life is like at OCAD University. Our diverse group of current students representing different program areas will share their personal experiences, as well as walk you through a typical day on our campus.
Did you know about English for Art & Design at OCAD U? This pre-university language program is for applicants who have not met the language requirements. Students will work with experienced art and design instructors and ELL consultants to acquire academic language skills that are specific to art and design and develop familiarity with both Canadian and OCAD U-specific classroom culture. Students who successfully complete the appropriate English for Art & Design programs will fulfill the English requirements for admission.
Trent University - Challenge the way think !
Your students are unique - each with their own passions, skills and goals for their postsecondary pathways, and beyond. At Trent, we have 100+ programs for students to choose from - many of which are still open for applications for fall 2021. In this program spotlight, we are sharing six Trent programs as dynamic as those university-bound students you support.
Please share these programs with your students and invite them to connect with our team for more information. We are standing by to help your students navigate their way to Trent - Ontario's #1 undergraduate university.
For students who like to solve puzzles:
Students with a natural curiosity, an inquiring mind, and an interest in science, will gain access to the industry's best experts and leading facilities in Forensics at Trent. This fall, students will also get hands-on in our brand new, sector-leading Forensic Crime Scene Facility, right here on campus, as they develop sought-after analytical skills in simulated crime scene environments.
Criminology* *pending Ministry approval
Getting to the heart of justice, crime and punishment, students in this program work alongside faculty experts in Sociology, Gender & Social Justice, and Indigenous Studies to understand the influence of social inequality as a cause of crime. This hybrid-model program (completed online and in person) features a full-year work placement with community organizations and agencies.
For math and science superstars:
This one-of-a-kind degree prepares students for a successful career in business, finance, banking and investment. In this program, students analyze trends and implement real-world data models, building a dynamic combination of skills in multiple disciplines including mathematics, statistics, economics, business and computing.
For students interested in a career in medicine, this unique preparatory pathway is taken jointly with any Trent B.A. or B.Sc. degree. Students have access to a variety of supports to become a well-rounded med or vet school applicant who stands out from the crowd. Direct entry pathways to three esteemed medical schools also an option for MPS students to explore.
For future business leaders:
A Communications degree will open doors to careers across diverse industries. In this program, offered exclusively at our Durham GTA campus, students gain skills in critical thinking, presentation and writing. A final-year capstone project gives students the chance to apply their knowledge to make a difference in their community.
Events of the past year have emphasized the need for business leaders who can utilize technological information systems, detect business niches and open up new markets. Through a fourth-year capstone and hands-on opportunities, this B.A. equips students to achieve their Certified Supply Chain Management designation.
At Virtual Open House, this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (EST), future students can chat in real-time with professors and current students.
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U-Ottawa Admission events 2021
University of Ottawa usually travels across Canada and to many other countries where our international students come from to help you discover the university. That said, due to current circumstances, they are not able to meet you in person, on-campus and around the world, for an undetermined period. They want to stay connected with you therefore they are offering some of their events online.
Saint Paul University is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021
As September is approaching, thinking about the next step after high school can be stressful. The liaison team at SPU is here to help with this important decision! They remain available to meet with students and their parents to answer any questions they may have. They have prepared they following informational letters for grade 12 students and parents.
Our professors have prepared some workshops to be integrated with grade 11 and grade 12 classes. Click on the button below to find the full list!
Shape Your Future with SPU
Shh! It's still a secret but we will be offering some online activities during the first week of March ( March 1 to 5). Stay tuned for more details.
If you have any questions, please contact: