Guidance

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Students will have a chance to learn about programs, tour the campus, and find out about student societies.  *Note: Application fees are waived during this event!!

Monday, January 30th, 2017

9:00am to 1:30pm

6350 Coburg Road, Halifax, NS

For more information or to register for this event, please visit:

https://ukings.ca/events/open-house-3001/

SaveEveryday.com is recognizing and rewarding the exceptional accomplishments of students in the following 6 categories: Leadership Arts, Culture & Recreation Community & Volunteerism Business & Entrepreneurship Science & Technology Government & Politics   There are 25 scholarships available ($2000 each) All students under the age of 20 (as of Dec 31, 2012) are eligible to apply. To apply, visit www.SaveEveryday.com/Scholarships and download an application form.  
NB IT Council Guarantees Tech Jobs to High-school Students   The NBITC is pleased to once again offer job guarantees to up to 25 of this year’s high-school graduating class.  Successful applicants will be guaranteed a full-time job at current market rates with one of the participating companies on completion of a mutually agreeable technology related post-secondary degree or diploma.  The Council is also pleased to announce it is partnering with Rising Stars to offer a mentoring program to the “The Class of 2012”, many of who will also be provided with summer employment, work-terms, and potentially scholarships.    Details on how to apply can be found at www.NBITC.ca/class-2012 . The application deadline is June 15th.

Posted: May 7, 2012

SEED Applications are available in the guidance office for any students interested in applying for summer employment.

Posted: May 1, 2012

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Posted: April 27, 2012

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Mount Allison University launched a pilot program to specifically target rural male students in grade 11 who we believe have the ability to succeed in university, but for a number of reasons, may be at risk for continuing through high school and on to university.  It is well known there are a many reasons why young, rural males do not attend university or any post-secondary education. These include lack of academic preparedness, first-generation considerations, lack of knowledge as to the benefits/costs of university education and poor peer support, among others.  Our program addresses these issues and others through the targeted programming, and with residential experiences where we host a summer camp here in Sackville at Mount Allison University for 5 days, all expenses paid, and lastly an extensive role modeling with our Student Mentors. It is our goal to increase participation and success by N.B. rural males in University Education.  Please contact the Guidance office for more information.  Or email glandry@mta.ca
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Posted: April 27, 2012

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Mon, Apr 30/12 9:00 pm
Main Theatre during I.Study

Posted: April 27, 2012

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Mon, May 7/12 9:00 pm
Information Booth will be in the Main Lobby during noon hour.    

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