Neighbourhood Link Support Services, along with the City of Toronto and the United Way, are looking for volunteers to help with their free Community Dinner program. Training is provided and newcomers are welcome and all will gain valuable skills to place on a resume. Tokens are also an option but are based on need. For further information, please contact Lina at (416)691-7407.
The free Community Dinner takes place every Thursday at 5pm in the Community Room at 10 Gower St.(Dawes Rd and Gower St) and all are welcome to have a nutritious home cooked dinner.. Call Annie Ain at (416)691-7407 for more information.
Mental Health Week: An Introduction to Mental Health
For any student, community member or their family who is interested in learning more about mental health, its challenges, information about recovery and how to support people with mental health difficulties, there will be a public presentation held at The HUB (Eglinton & Brimley Rd.) on May 9th from 1:00 to 4:30. Please find additional information in this flyer.
Music Production in Summer School
Once again, Continuing Education is partnering with the One World Youth Arts Project at Georges Vanier SS to offer a studio music production credit, to TDSB students only, in summer school in July 2013.
Students enrolled in the program can earn a music credit (AMD3M or AMD4M) while working in the TDSB’s premier music creation and production facility at Georges Vanier SS. The facility features a music production/keyboard lab, mixing/mastering suites, rehearsal space and fully equipped recording studios. Please refer to the attached information flyer for posting.
This award will be presented annually to a graduating student in the Toronto District School Board who has demonstrated a keen interest in Technological Education and who is pursuing a career or further studies beyond secondary school in the field of technology. The award will consist of a certificate and a monetary presentation.
Read on for details, and access the application form at the bottom. For help with some of the criteria, please come to Student Services.
The SAC has been running a Cancer Awareness campaign on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Students may participate in a series of events throughout the week, and volunteers will be available in the front foyer at lunch if you'd like to buy a daffodil pin (pictured left), to show your support.
Alliance of Jamaican Alumni Associations Scholarship / Bursary
The Alliance of Jamaican Alumni Associations is offering several services of note to graduating students of Jamaican descent, including a bursary program for students moving on to post-secondary education in the upcoming year, and monetary awards through their Essay Writing Competition (submissions are due by June 7, 2013). All students of Jamaican descent are also invited to attend the AJAA's Graduates' Awards Ceremony and Reception on June 23, 2013 at 2:00 pm.
To access these opportunities, and for additional information, please view the following documents: