The CET is a one-of-a-kind network regrouping all the school boards, colleges and universities in Toronto, acting together to make post secondary education more accessible for those who face challenges in their life.
Our annual student leadership conference is designed to inspire and empower students to redefine leadership. It aims to quench the thirst for knowledge, broaden students' horizon, and promote collaboration. The conference dedicates one day to inviting various members of the community to lead workshops focused on the attributes of leadership.
Applications are now open for you to join us on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Note, spaces are limited.
The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives is hosting a series of 7 monthly reading groups to discuss Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. The Commission was established in 2008 with the dual mandate of gathering the testimony of survivors of the residential school system and providing a path forward to healing and reconciliation. This reading group will pay particular attention to questions of how cultural producers and art institutions can acknowledge our roles in a colonial past and present, how we can develop practices that work toward reconciliation, and how to understand the calls to action in an artistic context.
We are excited to welcome Michael White and Jeffrey Kiyoshk Ross as co-facilitators of the reading group, as well as Knowledge Keeper Amy Desjarlais.
For this session, participants should read the History section of the report, pages 37 - 133, in advance of the gathering.
The 519’s Youth Action and Arts Space (YAAS) is a free, drop-in program that offers youth who are 10 to 15 years-old a fun place to connect, meet friends and new peers and explore cool opportunities, starting January 20th until June 16th of 2018.
When: the first and third Saturday of each month, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
Not sure where to begin, what you may qualify for, or how to apply?
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Manager Community Partnership Development
Community Outreach Coordinator
Youth HYPE Program
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Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB)
This program will provide a full time academic upgrading and career exploration, offering Grade 12 equivalent credits in Math and Communications for women and gender non-conforming people.
The School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies at York University offers academic Bridging Courses for women who want to upgrade their writing and speaking skills and explore the possibility of university study.
Humber’s General Arts and Science Pathways Programs are great choices for students who have not yet decided on their field of future study or who want to improve their skills before moving on to another college or university program. If students want maximum flexibility and maximum transfer credits to other institutions, then the right fit is important. We have four programs, each designed to match students’ interests and educational needs.
If you need to prepare for a college program, we can prepare you for success through Academic Upgrading's FREE program.
The HYPE program at Centennial College has given many young people new confidence to return to school by helping to overcome the economic and social barriers that may have interfered with school attendance in the past and by providing a nurturing, inclusive environment for youth aged 17-29, primarily living in the underserved neighbourhoods of Toronto.
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