Post Secondary Information
Are you Interested in Drama or Theatre?
Are you thinking about pursuing a future in theatre? Want to learn more about your post-secondary options in theatre?
Join the DramaFest Team and our post-secondary sponsors for our Post-Secondary Night! The event will be approximately an hour and a half long.
DramaFest is here to help! On May 27th at 7pm ADT, we will be hosting Post-Secondary Night via Zoom. During the first part of the event, you get to hear from a panel of professional theatre-makers from Nova Scotia/Mi’kma’ki who pursued theatre at the post-secondary level. Then, we will split up into different “rooms” and you will have the opportunity to talk to representatives from post-secondary theatre programs across the country! This is a night where you can get your questions answered and feel inspired by your post-secondary options – whether you are graduating this year or next year, or the year after that!
We are also offering a special prize to a student in Nova Scotia who attends the event! During the event, we will randomly choose a student at Post-Secondary Night to win a free application to a school of their choice – any school in Canada, any program! That’s right! Theatre Nova Scotia will pay your application fee to a school of your choice! So make sure you book that night off so you can learn more about your post-secondary options and get inspired by theatre at the post-secondary level.
Registration is open to high school students across Canada. You must be registered in order to attend the event.
To participate in this event, you will need a device and internet access on the evening of May 27th at 7pm AST.
Event information and to learn more about CBU’s Drama programming and courses please visit the link below.
If you have any questions regarding this, please firstname.lastname@example.org
Women Building Futures
Women Building Futures (WBF) is offering a program this fall! The WBF Power Engineer Career Accelerator Program is a 2 year program that offers paid coop placements with industry partners location in the Heartland of Alberta. This program offers young women an opportunity to enter an industry that is focused on diversity and has a strong future in Alberta.
WBF is educating and spreading awareness of the opportunities available for Power Engineering and looking for young women that are ready to start a new adventure with us. WBF is hosting information sessions on the Power Engineer Career Accelerator Program and would love to extend an invite to any young women from your school who would be interesting in learning more. The next information session is:
- May 24th 7:00pm
If you have any questions or to learn more, please reach out to:
Craig Hamilton Admission and Enrollment Advisor
2021 Post Secondary Information and Open House Schedule
University of Alberta
Select a program and scroll to the bottom for requirements
March 11 – Discover Concordia Info Night – Application fee will be waived! Registration advisors will be on hand to assist admitted students.
This is a great opportunity for students to learn about our programs at our faculty presentations, meet staff and students, take a virtual tour of our campus, and much more.
Domestic students will also be able to apply for free with the promo code SpringInfo2021. This code will be active for Thursday and Friday only.
Students will need to register for the event at https://concordia.ab.ca/future-students/infonight/.
Check out their pre-recorded presentation at https://youtu.be/7afXtvnfrFE
*Attainable non-competitive average
High school students can win $10,000 towards future education or training through the Canadian Financial Education Challenge.
If you have specific questions, contact us!
The Kings University
EVENT ON MAR 3, 2021
March 3rd 4-8 pm
Norquest College Saturday
Mac Ewan University
Click here to book a virtual appointment with a Student Recruitment Advisor.
Check out the MacEwan Video to learn more.
Grant MacEwan is hosting drop in presentations on Wednesday evenings for any students who would like to join.
MacEwan University is offering virtual planning sessions to assist students in understanding how to plan their high school courses in preparation for post-secondary education. We discuss the difference between -1 and -2 level courses and other courses considered for admission (program dependent) at MacEwan University. Sessions are through Zoom on March 9 and May 18. Students, parents, and counsellors can register online.
Requirement for Admissions
Log Onto Website, Click "Academics", Scroll Down and Click "Browse Programs", Scroll Down and click the Program, DO NOT click "Courses and Job Requirement," Top Left Click - "In This Section," "Admissions," and "Requirements."
University of Calgary
Students must register to attend.
*November 25th, 2021 at 10:00 am - Webinar for Indigenous students
Eastern Nazarene Bible College
Known as one of the most affordable private colleges in the United States, ENC is a small Christian liberal arts school, located in Quincy, Massachusetts – just outside of Boston. We offer a robust academic curriculum and, encourage our students to be involved in and outside of the classroom in our various extracurricular activities. From athletics to the arts, spiritual life to student organizations, students find themselves actively involved on campus and in the community.
ENC offers students a place to grow, create community, and expand their spiritual and intellectual education. Our small class sizes and welcoming campus environment, ensures that students will get an intimate and personalized academic experience, while also being able take advantage of all the incredible opportunities the city of Boston has to offer! In addition, ENC offers financial aid to 100% of its scholars!
Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any questions, email@example.com or 1-800-88-ENC-88.
Natara Gray, she/her
Director for Undergraduate Admissions and Diversity Outreach
Eastern Nazarene College | Gardner Hall
T: 617-745-3897 | Natara.Gray@enc.edu
**We are now OPEN for in-person visits!! Schedule your personal on campus experience today!**
Women and Trades and Technologies
Girls Exploring Trades and Technologies Program
One of our favourite programs is the annual Girls Exploring Trades & Technologies (GETT) Conference that is held in conjunction with the Provincial Skills Canada Competition. Rest assured, we’ll still be providing an avenue for young women to explore their passions and interests! SkillsXibition—taking place May 11 and 12, 2021—will include sessions hosted by leading female experts in various trade and technology industries. The sessions will highlight the endless opportunities available to young women in Alberta. A full schedule of GETT-focused sessions will be posted online. Registration opens March 24.
KC360 VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIR March 15th – 29th, 2021
You are cordially invited to the KC360 Virtual College Fair, a college fair for internationally based students in grades 9-12 who want to hear from more colleges and universities at a
convenient time, no matter where in the world you are! Register today for access to exclusive interviews from colleges and universities looking specifically for students like you over March 15-29!
What makes this college fair unique? Institutions (public, community college, and faith-based) are looking for students who bring a global perspective and who need scholarships. Access to the VCF will be opened March 15th for you to watch and learn from the universities you are interested in. Each college and university are recording a special interview for you, their materials will be included, as well as their direct contact information. Access is granted free through the KC360 Community Admissions Academy. The option to opt in and hear more from universities is given on the registration form. Once your VCF registration is submitted, you will receive an email to confirm your username and password for KC360 Community access. The college fair will be like a college fair at your school-each college has a presentation, materials, and you can choose who you hear from!
Hear from institutions about:
· Scholarships and campus activities
· Application process and deadlines
· Academic programs
· Campus Life
· Campus Tour/Virtual Tour options
Find out for yourself which of these institutions might be for you and your collegiate journey.
Register today to receive access to the Virtual College Fair: http://eepurl.com/gUZh41.
See you soon!
International Collegiate Education Consultant | KC360 | www.KC360.co
1. Click NAIT Viewbook 2021-2022
2. On the right-hand side, scroll down to your school of choice:
3. When you have opened one of these schools, scroll down to:
"What do I need to get into these programs?"
4. Click download this PDF.
5. Scroll down to the specific program you are interested in.
What Even is Engineering?
Please join us for the virtual session:"What Even is Engineering?":
happening in Engineering on Tue Mar 9 @ 7pm
In the session we'll discuss:- what engineering even is
- real-world applications of engineering
- different jobs for engineers
- supports available for students in an engineering program at university
- admission process and courses required
- how to explore an interest in engineering further
- opportunity to ask your questions about engineering & university!
To Register: Register by Email
Scan the QR code in attached files with their device, orgo to linktr.ee/uabengg & select "What Even is Engineering?"
Questions?Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Hope to see you there!
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Lorii Smith | MSc, BSc
Pronouns: She/TheyOutreach Coordinator | Office of the DeanFaculty of Engineering | University of Alberta
E: email@example.comT: (587) 404-9413
Apply to one or more Alberta post-secondary institutions using ApplyAlberta.
If you are not sure when your program starts, check the specific institution website.
Apply Alberta is an online application and transcript transfer system that anyone can use to apply to undergraduate programs at one or more of Alberta's post-secondary institutions.
Apply Alberta requires you to input all of your senior high grades, including projected grades of what you are currently enrolled in or plan to take in Semester 2. If you are needing help with application, please see Mrs. Lennox
Your Future: Post Secondary and Career Fair
Your Future: Post-secondary and Career Fair is going VIRTUAL
NOV. 24 & 25, 2020 | 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Christian College & University Fair (VIRTUAL)
Check out the Information found in the:
Christian College & University Fair (VIRTUAL)
November 23-27th, 2020
Career Decision Making
Many students are not sure what they want to do when they leave high school. Sometimes, when they take CALM and complete interest inventories, a career seems a long way off. This year, please complete and print out the results from some of the questionnaires on this link, explore the Alberta Education’s Time to Choose Your Post-Secondary Education information, and book an appointment with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This way, we will have an opportunity to discuss career plans and possible post-secondary options.
ALIS Post Secondary Options in Alberta
With over 2,000 post-secondary programs accredited and recognized in Alberta, you have many choices.
When similar education or training programs are offered by different institutions, how do you know which program would be best for you?
Click here for further direction and options
IT Career Information
These are resources that may be useful to students interested in starting an IT career.
For more information:
Anthony - email@example.com
Students have never been faced with so many options when trying to find the right school! Schoolfinder.com can help.