Deciding what to do after Secondary School can be difficult for a number of people. For this reason, we have compiled helpful resources and websites that can provide you with excellent information in regards to Colleges and Universities as well as glimpses at possible Careers. You can also browse our Employment and Volunteering page for information about employment opportunities.
Highlighted Resource: CareerCruising (http://www NULL.careercruising NULL.com/Default NULL.aspx) is an excellent resource that provides detailed information about a variety of careers. Best of all, if you are browsing a career that sounds interesting to you, you can take a look at the education requirements as well as view all of the possible Post-Secondary schools that offer your program.
Can Learn (http://www NULL.canlearn NULL.ca/) - An online source for information on post-secondary education in Canada. Have career outlooks, educational opportunities, and funding options.
MacLean’s University Rankings (http://oncampus NULL.macleans NULL.ca/education/)– annual rankings of Canadian Universities.
Ontario Student Assistant Program (http://osap NULL.gov NULL.on NULL.ca/) –Information about how you can get help funding your education.
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (http://www NULL.ouac NULL.on NULL.ca/) –news, statistics, and applications.
Scholarships Canada (http://www NULL.scholarshipscanada NULL.com/) – Search through their database to find scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants. The site also has information about student loans, applications and budget planning.
CareerCruising (http://www NULL.careercruising NULL.com/Default NULL.aspx) – Great for students! This user-friendly resource helps users satisfy four key career guidance needs: career matching, career exploration, post-secondary education planning, and portfolio development.
Jump Start Your Career (http://www NULL.gojobs NULL.gov NULL.on NULL.ca/JumpStart NULL.asp)-The OPS is a great place to jump start or revitalize your career. Whether you are deciding on a career, starting a career, changing careers or upgrading your career skills, the OPS has something to offer.
Work Smart ( http://www NULL.worksmartontario NULL.gov NULL.on NULL.ca/scripts/default NULL.asp)- Official website of the Ontario Ministry of Labour for Young Workers. How to be safe at work and how to be treated fairly.
Youth Opportunities Ontario (http://www NULL.youthconnect NULL.ca) – Find information that you want to know! Whether it’s about education, recreation, health, work or volunteering, it’s here.