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Post Graduation Opportunities


The Career and Counselling Department has compiled a set of links that may be of interest to students.  

Education Links

My MyBluePrint is an interactive resource for exploring career options and planning for education and training. Get more info in the Career Centre or Phoenix Place. Blue Print

Apply Online to BC Institutions- PASBC makes applying for public post-secondary education quick and easy. Nineteen of BC's universities, university colleges, colleges, and institutions are now accepting applications through this admission service. Up to date entrance requirements for all college and university programs in BC.

Colleges and Universities in the United States - An index of American Universities granting bachelor or advanced degrees.

Ontario Universities Application Centre - The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) processes undergraduate and professional applications for admissions to the province’s universities.

Ontario Colleges Application Centre -  the centralized application service for Ontario’s 28 public colleges.

Apprenticeship Training - Secondary School Apprenticeship is a program that provides students in Grades 10 to 12 the opportunity to start an apprenticeship while completing secondary school.

Study in Canada - Helps you find the right university, college, career college, language school, high school or elementary school for you.

Volunteering and Travel Links

Projects Abroad - a leading volunteer abroad organization. They offer a diverse range of international service projects.

Lattitude Canada - global volunteering, passionately committed to making a difference. (formerly GAP)

Youth Resource Network of Canada - designed and managed by youth.

Global Volunteers - "Travel that feeds the soul."

Canada World Youth - Travel, work, and learn about the world.

Youth Challenge International - Youth Challenge International combines community development, health work and environmental research in adventurous projects carried out by teams of volunteers aged 16-28 years. November deadline for Spring and Summer Projects.

Katimavik - offers Canadian youth the opportunity to contribute to the sustainable development of communities across Canada through challenging volunteer service programs.

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