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Posted: November 17, 2020

UNB is offering a FREE application for Canadian High School students who attend any of our virtual recruitment events. These virtual events include school visits, one-on-one recruiter meetings, virtual tours, and any other recruitment events that requires pre-registration to attend. 

 

Pre-registration and attendance for any Recruitment event taking place after November 16th, 2020 provides for a free application either at the time of the event or following until March 31st, 2021, the application deadline.

 

I want to thank you very much for your feedback regarding free applications as your input has been significant in being able to offer this to your students.

 

A reminder that students can use this link to book with me: Book with Brooke

If you have any questions please reach out!

 

BROOKE HARDING
Recruitment Officer • Student Recruitment
C 1-506-478-1746

 

 

University of New Brunswick—UNB—There are multiple virtual information sessions covering a wide array of topics. You are able to RSVP to any of the sessions listed below at unb.ca/futurestudents:

UNB 101—December 1st@ 7:30pm; December 2nd@ 8:30pm

Q & A sessions—In the first 10 minutes, they will share as much info as they can about the topic of the session.  In the next 20 minutes, they will answer questions.

Scholarships Q & A—November 17th @7:30pm; November 18th @ 8:30pm

Student Services Q & A—November 24th @ 7:30pm; November 25th @ 8:30pm


Join us from the comfort of your living room for the NBCCD Virtual Open House.


Tune in to our Facebook page on Saturday, November 21st to find a link to our virtual tour and fun interviews from inside our colourful campus.

Plus, get all your questions answered at our faculty Q&A sessions. These informal Zoom chats give you a chance to meet the friendly and knowledgeable studio heads for each of our programs. Pop in during the hour scheduled for your studio of choice, no need to arrive on time.
 
 

Q&A SCHEDULE -
NOVEMBER 21ST, 2020


Click this link to take part in any of the following sessions: 
www.bit.ly/nbccd-channel-1

10am – Foundation Visual Arts Certificate
11am – Ceramics Diploma
12pm – Fashion Design Diploma
1pm – Graphic Design Diploma
2pm – Jewellery/Metal Arts Diploma

Click this link to take part in any of the following sessions: 

www.bit.ly/nbccd-channel-2

10am – Advanced Studio Practice Certificate
11am – Digital Media Diploma
12pm – Indigenous Visual Arts Diploma
1pm – Textile Design Diploma
2pm – Photography Diploma

 
JOIN THE EVENT

Posted: November 16, 2020

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=226g4CL51uo 

Students, Parents/Guardians, and Guidance Counsellors are invited to register and meet with over 30 Universities and Colleges at EVERY fair in ‘Break Out Rooms’ following short 5 minute presentations from select Members at each fair (see full schedule below). Register for one, multiple, or all fairs FREE of charge! (maximum capacity of 1000 participants each fair – so don’t delay!).  Register at https://aarao.ca/fairs/ 

*Please note that all presentations will also be live-streamed, recorded, and shared for 24/7 viewing on the AARAO Executive YouTube Page. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClLa6rz5CsUcVE7yEhpsrLw 

 

Schedule: 

  

November 17
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
New Brunswick Member Presenters:
Crandall University
Maritime College of Forest Technology
Moncton Flight College
Mount Allison University
Université de Moncton
 


The event will start with ~5min presentations from 5 New Brunswick Members following the presentations, participants will be able to enter and exit break out rooms for all 34 AARAO Members to ask individual questions, or hear more info from any Member they wish until the end of the event 

  

 

  

November 18
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
Newfoundland and Labrador Member Presenters:
College of the North Atlantic
Grenfell Campus – Memorial University of Newfoundland
Marine Institute
Memorial University of Newfoundland 

Exact same format, except this fair will have the 4 Newfoundland & Labrador Members presenting

 

  

November 19
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
Nova Scotia Member Presenters:
Cape Breton University
Dalhousie University
Mount Saint Vincent University
University of King’s College
 

Exact same format, except this fair will have 5 Nova Scotia Members presenting

 

  

November 24
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
Nova Scotia Member Presenters:
Acadia University
Nova Scotia Community College
Saint Mary’s University
St. Francis Xavier University
Université Sainte-Anne 

 Same, but remaining NS Members presenting 

  

November 25
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
Prince Edward Island + National Member Presenters:
Collège de l’Île
Holland College
University of Prince Edward Island
Canadian Coast Guard College
Canadian Forces 

Same, but PEI and National Members presenting

 

  

November 26
6:30-7:00PM – Presentations
7:00-8:30PM – Breakout Rooms
New Brunswick Member Presenters:
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
New Brunswick Community College
St. Thomas University
St. Stephen’s University
University of New Brunswick

Same, but remaining NB Members presenting  

 

November 30
8:30-9:00PM – Presentations
9:00-10:30PM – Breakout Rooms
Associate Member Presenters: 

Bishop’s University 

Jane Norman College 

Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education 

Trent University 

University of Ottawa 

This fair is different in that it will welcome students from Ontario and Quebec regions to participate as well, hence the later start time to accommodate their time zone. All Atlantic Canadian students are able to attend as well, and the later session on a Monday will provide an alternative day/time to the previous fairs in case individuals are busy in the earlier evenings, they can attend this one if they miss all others. 

 

Associate Members will be presenting at this event, meaning universities outside of the Atlantic region who are involved with AARAO, like Bishops for instance, as well as some of our colleges that are not full Members, like Jane Norman College as an example. 

Posted: November 10, 2020

Memorial University has moved its Application for Admission (Undergraduate, Graduate and Marine Institute applications) to a new platform that allows for an improved user experience by making the application more responsive and offering better functionality.The new platform also incorporates the functionality to implement Confirmation of Admission and Tuition Fee Deposit as approved by Senate in March 2019 for Fall 2021 implementation.Over the past year, Memorial has engaged with the university community and a variety of student/applicant groups in a review of its Application for Admission. Based on the responses received, a number of positive changes have been incorporated into the application. The application introduces a responsive user interface with the ability for the user to upload unofficial documentation and student-generated documentation directly to their application. It will also introduce improved payment options, user access to the submitted application information, and communication regarding application requirements.Students can now access the Application for Admission for Fall (September) 2021.

Posted: November 10, 2020

My name is Chris Murdoch and I’m the Associate Registrar, Student Recruitment for Nova Scotia Community College. NSCC will soon be holding our first ever virtual Open House and I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you of the event, in hopes that you may pass along the information to any interested students:

 

https://www.nscc.ca/openhouse/

 

 

This event will consist of a number of online information sessions. There is a general “Discover NSCC” session, as well as a “High School Students: Discover NSCC” session – these may appeal most to your students. Each session will offer lots of information as well as the opportunity to ask questions to a recruiter live:

https://www.nscc.ca/openhouse/schedule/index.asp

 

Registration and attendance at one of the sessions held between November 17th and 21st will result in a free application to the College. We will send attendees an email within 24 hours of the session, containing a link to a free online application. The link is valid up until December 11th.

 

Those who apply with this link will be entered into a draw for a $1000 tuition credit! The draw will take place on December 15th.

 

Please let me know if I can answer any questions. We would love to have participants from New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island – especially this year, where participation is that much easier.

 

Posted: November 10, 2020

Posted: October 28, 2020

 

 

 

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Good Morning New Brunswick High Schools,

Please click the video below for a brief introduction from your Jostens Maritimes Graduation Rep Jordan Lorette, along with information about our 4 day 'Scary Good Deal' Halloween promotion (see below) and an important free resource created to make this year’s grad celebration that much easier!

 

Jordan please click here to view your personalized video

 

I am hoping you will help me communicate this offer, if you would, please post the below promotion information on your social media channels and share directly with your grads and their parents & guardians!

A Scary Good Deal- Happy Halloween from Jostens Maritimes!

$50.00 Off ALL Grad Jewelry + Free

Shipping + Free Grad Gift (https://jostensmaritimes.ca/promotions/

Design, Customize & Order @ www.jostensmaritimes.ca

(3 & 4 month payment plan options available online)

Offer Expires Saturday, Oct 31st @ Midnight

Thank you in advance!

Jordan Lorette

Your Graduation, Celebration & Recognition Rep

Jostens Maritimes 

Posted: October 28, 2020

Please note that a promocode is included to waive the application fee. 

 

As information moves more and more into digital formats, we’ve compiled a ‘digital suitcase’ of materials and resources for your and 

your student’s reference. Please see all items either attached or hyperlinked below:

 

·       Digital Viewbooks and Video Viewbook – Canadian, International, and Francophone brochures as well as a series of short videos on a variety of topics

·       15 Reasons Admissions Presentation – 15min video that could be used in place of a MS Teams or Zoom presentation, or simply shared with interested students to view on their own time (honestly I think it’s way more engaging than a video call and does a good job overviewing the university and info relevant to a prospective student)

·       Request Information Form – for any student wishing to receive information and updates throughout the year from Mount A

 

It’s been a tough year. In the interest of generating smilesJ: If a student is ready to apply, they can use the following promocode to waive the $50.00 application fee: futuremountie21

 

Then, if any student is interested to schedule a one on one meeting with me over the course of the Fall, I am happy to do so! Share my email curtis@mta.ca or work cell (506) 961-0633.

New Brunswick Community College—NBCC—Virtual Open House—October 29th, 2020.

Holland College—Virtual Event—November 25th

 

University of Prince Edward Island—UPEI—There are multiple virtual information sessions coming up.  Register online for the one you wish to attend using the information below:

October, 12th @10am—upei.ca/October12

October 22nd @6pm—upei.ca/October22

November 4th @6pm—upei.ca/November4

December 5th @10am & 6pm—upei.ca/December05

 

University of New Brunswick—UNB—There are multiple virtual information sessions covering a wide array of topics. You are able to RSVP to any of the sessions listed below at unb.ca/futurestudents:

UNB 101—October 27th @ 7:30pm; October 28th @ 8:30pm; December 1st@ 7:30pm; December 2nd@ 8:30pm

Q & A sessions—In the first 10 minutes, they will share as much info as they can about the topic of the session.  In the next 20 minutes, they will answer questions.

UNB health programs Q & A—October 13th @ 7:30pm; October 14th @8:30pm

UNB critical thinking programs Q & A—October 20th @7:30pm; October 21st @ 8:30pm

Residence Q & A—November 3rd @7:30pm; November 4th @ 8:30pm

Living in New Brunswick Q & A—November 10th 7:30pm; November 11th 8:30pm

Scholarships Q & A—November 17th @7:30pm; November 18th @ 8:30pm

Student Services Q & A—November 24th @ 7:30pm; November 25th @ 8:30pm

Virtual Open House Event

UNB Fredericton—November 7th

UNB Saint John—November 14th

Fast-Track Admissions—Sign up to fast-track admissions when you RSVP for an event.  Complete your application and submit your transcript 24 hours before the event, and they’ll call you with your admission decision!

 

Dalhousie University—DAL—Virtual Open House on November 7th, 2020.  Register for this event at dal.ca/openhouse.  Early admissions begins on October 15th, 2020.

 

Saint Mary’s University—SMU—Virtual Information Session on October 26th or October 28th from 7:00pm-8:30pm.  Registered attendees will have the application fee waived!!  Please register at smu.ca/webinars.

Virtual Open House—October 23rd—RSVP@ smu.ca/openhouse

 

Mount Allison University—Mt. A—Online Open House from Tuesday, October 13th to Friday, October 16th.

Tuesday, October 13th—Why MtA?

Wednesday, October 14th—Student Experience

Thursday, October 15th—Academics and Student Support

Friday, October 16th—Future Mounties Celebration!  Keynote Address:  Drew Dudley

Register at www.mta.ca/openhouse.  You’ll receive a promo code to waive the $50 application fee and be able to apply for free.  You’ll also be entered for a chance to win a $5000 Residence Award for the 2021-2022 school year.

 

Mount Saint Vincent University—MSVU—Virtual Open Campus Day-November 3, 2020.  Register at MSVU.ca/rsvp

 

Saint Francis Xavier University—STFX—Virtual Open House-October 17th, 2020  Register at www.alumni.stfx.ca/openhouse2020

 

St. Thomas University—STU—Started to accept applications for the fall of 2021 on October 1st, 2020.

Memorial University of Newfoundland—MUN

Memorial University's Application for Undergraduate Admissions for the fall 2021 semester will open on Wednesday, Nov. 4.

Students can review the Undergraduate Admissions and Programs website to find the admission requirements and join our mailing list to be in the know about what's happening at Memorial University.

Please visit this site: https://www.mun.ca/undergrad/events/prospective.php to obtain dates for information session for various programs.

Oulton College—Please visit https://oultoncollege.com/ to sign up for presentations for the following programs:

Veterinary Technician—October 13th @ 6pm

Primary Care Paramedic—October 19th @ 6pm

 

Cape Breton University—CBU—Future Student Month

CBU.ca/futurestudentmonth November 1-30th

By attending a session, you’ll be able to apply for free during the month of November with a promo code.

November 2-8—Academic Program Week

November 9-15—Student Supports Week

November 16-22—Campus Life/Transfer Week

November 23-29—Connect with a Recruiter Week

 

Carleton University—High School Presentations

Admissions.carleton.ca/events

Admissions.carleton.ca/high-school-presentations

Early admissions opened on October 1st, 2020 for September 2021. 

 

University of Waterloo—Virtual Tours—uwaterloo.ca/future-students/tour-events

 

Loyalist College—Virtual Tour—loyalistcollege.com/visit-us

 

University of British Columbia—UBC—you.ub.ca/tours-info-sessions

 

Posted: October 27, 2020

Potential graduates, are you still trying to decide what your post-secondary future might be after high school?  Check out My Blueprint.  This program allows you to complete surveys which in turn gives possible career choices based upon the survey results.  You may then do compatibility matches pertaining to a chosen career to see if that career suits you.  It may give you ideas and knowledge about a program/career you hadn’t thought of before.  It is synced with PowerSchool, so if you’re considering a program at a specific institution it will let you know if you meet their admission requirements. The program will also show what the future prospects are in various provinces for each occupation as well as the average salary. Another function allows you to create a resume and cover letter.  

Create an account by following the steps below:

·         Visit Myblueprint.ca/anglophonenorth

·         Click ‘Sign up’

·         Select Miramichi Valley High School

·         Create Account

It will ask for your NBEN #/student number to register, so please see Ms. O’Donnell to get this information.

Once your account is created, please click into the ‘Who Am I’ tab in the left-hand column.  Next complete the 5 surveys listed.  After this, you are ready to start looking at possible career opportunities.

Ms. O’Donnell will be having two sessions in the lecture theatre to explain the advantages of this program and to give a tutorial of some of the neat features available.  It is recommended that students have signed up for My Blueprint prior to the session but not necessary.

Gold Day—Thursday, October 29th, 2020 at 12:00pm   Location: Lecture Theatre

Blue Day—Thursday, November 5th, 2020 at 12:00pm   Location:  Lecture Theatre

 

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