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Indigenous Cultural Competency Training

The Indigenous Cultural Competency Training is a platform to establish a process of promoting cultural competency for Indigenous relations within Canada. The facilitation is delivered in a sensitive, respectful manner to address complex-issues from a historical narrative that is inclusive to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous attendees.

The training is designed for individual, agencies, organizations, institutions to build a foundational awareness of Indigenous peoples and enhance self-awareness. Through experiential learning the delivery of the training is inclusive within a group based setting to promote dialogue and create a safe space to discuss topics which relate to Indigenous peoples.

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Pathways to Post-Secondary Education, Apprenticeship and Training

Starting at 9:45 AM, listen to various presentations to help you:

  • Learn how to navigate and gain access to post-secondary, trades and apprenticeship programs information on-line.
  • Have a better understanding of the new OSAP program.
  • Learn how you can get free money for your child's education through a Government of Canada program called, the Canada Learning Bond with the help of SmartSaver
  • Learn how to access information about educational financing options such as scholarships and bursaries.

Information Marketplace: Open from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM:

  • Network with professionals from post-secondary schools and community agencies.
  • Have the opportunity to sign up on-line for SmartSaver in order to access the Canada Learning Bond.

Engineering Bridging Program Information Session

Humber offers a 15-week bridging program for internationally educated civil, mechanical and electrical engineers and architecture professionals with training in the latest technical and software skills in demand by Ontario employers.

For those who qualify, the program is eligible for full reimbursement through the Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program.

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SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) Program Day

SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) is Ryerson University's FREE transition program for students with disabilities. The program is specifically designed for first-year students with a documented disability (such as, an LD, ADHD, mental health impacts, physical, sensory, and/ or medical disability) entering into any post-secondary institution in Ontario.

During SHIFT, incoming students learn about the accommodation process at Ryerson, take the first step in getting registered with Academic Accommodation Support (AAS), and plan for a strong transition to university. SHIFT will be offered as a one-day program (9:00 am-4:00 pm).

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2nd Annual Community Safety Network Forum

The focus of the Community Safety Network Forum is to share best practices around responses to crisis and developing enhanced community safety strategies while building stakeholder capacity. It will also be an opportunity for members from different safety networks to connect and learn from the experience of others.

Please join us for registration and continental breakfast at 9:30am. Formal agenda to commence at 10:00am. We look forward to engaging you in discussions with Victims Services, Trauma Specialist and Guns and Gangs prior to the afternoon workshop session.

Lunch will be provided.

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Engineering Bridging Program Information Session

Humber offers a 15-week bridging program for internationally educated civil, mechanical and electrical engineers and architecture professionals with training in the latest technical and software skills in demand by Ontario employers.

For those who qualify, the program is eligible for full reimbursement through the Ontario Bridging Participant Assistance Program.

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Seneca College Open House

Join us at our spring and summer Open House and discover why Seneca is right for you. Meet with faculty, staff and current students, learn more about our programs and enjoy a campus tour. Open House is held at Newnham, Seneca@York, King, Markham, Peterborough and Jane campuses. Learn more.

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SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) Program Day

SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) is Ryerson University's FREE transition program for students with disabilities. The program is specifically designed for first-year students with a documented disability (such as, an LD, ADHD, mental health impacts, physical, sensory, and/ or medical disability) entering into any post-secondary institution in Ontario.

During SHIFT, incoming students learn about the accommodation process at Ryerson, take the first step in getting registered with Academic Accommodation Support (AAS), and plan for a strong transition to university. SHIFT will be offered as a one-day program (9:00 am-4:00 pm).

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SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) Program Day

SHIFT (Students Heading into Full-Time) is Ryerson University's FREE transition program for students with disabilities. The program is specifically designed for first-year students with a documented disability (such as, an LD, ADHD, mental health impacts, physical, sensory, and/ or medical disability) entering into any post-secondary institution in Ontario.

During SHIFT, incoming students learn about the accommodation process at Ryerson, take the first step in getting registered with Academic Accommodation Support (AAS), and plan for a strong transition to university. SHIFT will be offered as a one-day program (9:00 am-4:00 pm).

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2018 Easy Start Transition Program

Confirmed Fall 2018 students with disabilities, barriers to learning, or an IEP are invited to 2018 Easy Start Transition Program event.

It will provide resources and information to assist with transitioning to studies at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber.

The program includes interactive opportunities to explore Humber and Guelph-Humber's services and learn about accessing academic accommodations. Students and one guest will have the opportunity to meet with returning students registered with Accessible Learning Services and learn about their experience here at Humber/Guelph-Humber.

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Scholarship

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