Attention Grade 12 students, counsellors will be available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (Dec. 10-12) in the Library during lunch time to help you with your Post-Secondary application.
On Friday December 13th, from 4-6pm, East Metro Youth Services is hosting a career expo for young adults between the ages of 16 to 24 at 1200 Markham Road, suite 313. The fair will have professionals from a wide variety of common and unconventional professions from IT programmers, army representatives, doctors, social workers, and many alternative paths such as apprenticeship courses, film making, contracting and graphic design to mention a few. The representatives will conduct question and answer sessions which will provide an excellent opportunity to build networking and employability skills. If interested please contact Kwesi Johnson at email@example.com to register. Also, the first 50 registered students will receive a free SWAG bag filled with special giveaways.
Attention students the following are all exciting community programs being offered by Dorset Park Youth Service Provider Network in partnership with Rosalie Hall, Agincourt Community Services, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Children's Aid Society of Toronto:
Interested in learning how to film and edit video, future directors, writers and producers your time is now as a free youth program for ages 15-29 is being offered every Saturday starting November 9th from 10:30am - 1pm at the Protech Media Centre (2380 Eglinton East). You will have access to professional cameras and video editing software, get hands on experience using Adobe CS5 and lunch and bus tickets are provided. Also offered by the Movement is a Movement Master Class for youth between 15-25 on Tuesdays frin 4-7pm at the Dorset Park Hub at 1911 Kennedy Road. You will get the tools you need to make a positive difference, 40 volunteer hours and a reference letter and meet with other youth who want to make a difference.
Finally The Movement at McGregor Park Community Centre (2231 Lawrence Avenue) has leadership and volunteer opportunities, life skills and debate programs with games and snacks for youth between 15-29 on Mondays/ Thursdays/Fridays from 3-7pm.
If interested in any of these programs contact Rdari@rosaliehall.com">Rdari@rosaliehall.com or call 647-525-5399.
Attention students looking to earn some extra money before the holidays, Wraps Capriccio has a variety of full and part time jobs available as wrappers or managers with flexible hours from December 1st to the 24th, at a variety of locations across the city. You can earn up to $10/hour as wrappers under 18 years of age and $11/hour 18 years and older as wrappers and up to $11.75/hour as managers. If interested, please go to www.torontowraps.com or check the board in student services.
The University of Toronto, through the Faculty of Medicine - Office of Student Affairs, is launching its Saturday Tutoring/Mentoring Program for 2013-14. TDSB has enjoyed this formal partnership for 17 years. The program is free for successful applicants in grades 8 -10. There are 100 spaces available and the first day of the program will be on Saturday, February 1, 2014. This program will continue for 11 weeks (excluding March Break and Easter weekend) and conclude on May 10, 2014. The program begins at 9:45 a.m. and students are expected to arrive promptly at that time for each session. nterested students must commit to the entire 11 weeks of the program.
The application deadline is Saturday December 14, 2013 and these applications can be completed through an online process by going to:
Student Application Form 2013-2014