Guidance

Guidance

Posted: September 20, 2016

Student For A Day:  To participate, applicants will simply have to register on our Website.  Events will run from October to April. Register in advance at www.nbcc.ca/sfad.  

Posted: August 30, 2016

Applications are now available online for the Loran Scholars Foundation Scholarships. To be eligible, students must:

-be in their last year of High School

-have a minimum average of 85%

-be a Canadian citizen

The scholarship committee is seeking well-rounded students who demonstrate character, promise of leadership, and strong commitment to service in the community.

For more information or to apply visit www.lorascholar.ca/apply.  Deadline for applications is October 26th.

 

Posted: August 30, 2016

To be considered for the Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship Program, students must:

-be enrolled in their last year of High School, with plans to enter post secondary education

-exhibit a strong sommitment to pursue a dregree at a post-secondary institution

-demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000.00 or less annual income)

-be involved in co-curricular and community activities

-maintain a minimum grade of 65%

For more information visit https://www.horatioalger.ca/en/scholarships/.  Deadline for applications is October 25th.

Posted: June 10, 2016

The Maritime College of Forest Technology will begin offering a Utility Arborist program, starting in February 2017.  This program will prepare students to become a Utility Arborist, pruning and removing trees from energized power lines.  For more information or to apply for this program, visit www.utilityarborist.ca or the Martime College of Forest technology website.

Posted: May 20, 2016

COMMUNITY EDUCATION & PROMOTIONS OFFICER
Canadian Red Cross - Atlantic Canada - Miramichi, NB
COMMUNITY EDUCATION & PROMOTIONS OFFICER
Miramichi, NB
(Summer Grant)
The Canadian Red Cross, a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians as well as the vulnerable throughout the world, is currently seeking a full-time summer student for the position of Community Education & Promotions Officer.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Promotion of all Red Cross programs offered within the community.
  • Assist with Fund development initiatives including Walmart and KENT Campaigns.
  • Education and awareness presentations to community groups and summer camps inclusive of all Red Cross programs and services such as Disaster Management, Community Health, Injury Prevention and bearing a responsibility for the local PFD (personal floatation device) Loan Program.
  • Assist with Health Equipment Loan Program (help), and make necessary calls to manage waitlists for equipment.
  • Support other Red Cross initiatives, as needed, to provide for a coordinated team effort to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in the community.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Completion of a high school diploma and post secondary education is considered an asset.
  • Strong aptitude for detailed work and accuracy.
  • Demonstrated computer skills in MS Office are required.
  • Excellent organizational, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
  • Quick learner and who enjoys working on various projects.
  • A satisfactory Criminal Record Check is required.
  • A satisfactory vulnerable sector check and driver’s abstract is required for specified locations of work.
Full-time student of past school year and returning full-time in the fall. Note : This position is subsidized by a Canada Summer Jobs Employment Program (CSJ) Grant. Therefore all applicants must meet the CSJ guidelines outlined at :
Interested parties may submit their resumes no later than May 24, 2016 to:
Canadian Red Cross Society
C.P. 3478 Succ.Bureau Chef
Tracadie-Sheila, NB E1X 1G5
Fax (506) 395-7223
Attention: Sylvie Arseneau

Posted: April 1, 2016

Current Grade 11 students are reminded that they can apply for the 2017-2018 school year as of April 1st, 2016.  Applicants must complete the application form, submit the application processing fee ($50.00 per program) and submit a copy of their most recent transcript.  A reminder that their application will be tagged as a grade 11 student and deferred to the appropriate application year.  Any question, see Mrs. Ward-Cain.

Posted: March 22, 2016

Do  you live with depression or with someone who is living with depression?  The Canadian Mental Health Association will be hosting a six week program that consists of education, guest speakers, and peer support to help those living with depression.  Every session will be presented by a different community partner, and will include such topics as "Understanding Depression" and "Mindfulness".  The program begins on Tuesday, April 19th at 6:30 pm at the Miramichi Regional Hospital-level 5 conference room.  To register or for more information telephone 773-7561 or email Kelsey.Legacy@gnb.ca

Posted: March 18, 2016

A reminder to students in grade 11 that NBCC will begin accepting applications beginning April 1st.  Students need to complete the application form (online or paper copy), submit their transcript and a $50.00 fee for each program.  For more information, go to www.nbcc.ca or see Mrs. Ward-Cain.

Posted: March 18, 2016

A reminder to students in grades 10 and 11 that the deadline for applications to the NBTAP Program is March 31st.  Applications are available online at www.nbtap.ca , or you can see Mrs. Ward-Cain for more information.

Posted: March 14, 2016

The University of King's College in Halifax is pleased to offer the Humanities for Young People summer program.  This week-long summer residential program is for students in grades 9-11 who have an interest in the Humanities.  This program will give students a taste of college life, and encourage their interests in literature, philosophy, history and politics.  The program runs from July 10th to 16th.  The fee is $900.00, which includes accommodations, meals, excursions and materials, and there are a limited number of scholarships available.  The deadline for applications is June 1st, 2016.  For more information or to apply visit www.hyp.ukings.ca or see Mrs. Ward-Cain.

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October 2014 Newsletter
Course Selection Manual, 2014-2015
Student Legislative Seminar
February Guidance Newsletter