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.
Spanning the Gaps hosts regular online information sessions for those who are interested in the Transition Foundations Program. These sessions provide program and course details, degree options, and information on student eligibility criteria and the intake process.
Info. sessions (Online sessions run for one hour):
To take part in an upcoming information session, please email Hirma Leon, Department Assistant, at email@example.com.
ONLINE Free Career & Education Exploration - CHOICES Guided Online Program Info Session
Choosing a career or new career direction and the educational pathway to be successful is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in your life. That’s why we have a week-long guided online program dedicated to helping you learn more about who you are, what is important to you, and what path will lead you to a meaningful life. We’ll look at what career and educational options may be right for you based on your interests, skills, and goals. We’ll also introduce you to resources and supports to help you move forward in your post-secondary journey. After completing the program, you will have access to a one-on-one coaching session to help you determine your next steps and the additional supports you might need to find your way.
This program is completely online, guided by George Brown faculty members and guest speakers who use activities, discussions and reflections to make the experience informative, insightful and fun.
Mon. Oct. 19, 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
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Join us online for a webcast about the resources and programs available at U of T for our diverse community. This series of webcasts will feature students, alumni, and faculty talking about finding their place at U of T. We'll highlight programming that helps our students navigate through university life and succeed in their studies.
Accessibility Services at U of T
In this presentation we'll be joined by staff from Accessibility Services, who will talk about their mission to provide students with a network of resources to succeed at U of T, both inside and outside the classroom. Accessibility Services strives to create a safe and comfortable community for students where they can navigate their disability and related barriers, facilitate peer support and interactions, and provide various academic and social opportunities.
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
Student Success Lead Teacher
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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