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Take Our Kids to Work Day
Take Our Kids to Work is a program of The Learning Partnership. It is a one-day job-shadowing experience for students in Grade 9. Take Our Kids to Work enables students to spend a day at work with parents, friends, relatives or volunteer host. Across Canada, Grade 9 students participate in career education activities in school. They
start to develop the skills required to succeed in the world of work
learn about the range of career options available after high school
begin to develop an understanding of the world of work
The first Take Our Kids to Work event took place in the Greater Toronto Area in 1994. Since then The Learning Partnership has expanded the program across the country to involve all provinces and territories. More than 1.3 million students and 75,000 workplaces have participated.
Students of this age group generally have limited access to workplaces. So a workplace visit on Take Our Kids to Work day can make what they are learning in the classroom come alive.
Grade 9 Students
|Permission Forms will be distributed as the date approaches. Forms must be signed by parents and returned before November 1.|
- share a day with a significant adult and develop a closer relationship
- see a parent in a different role
- understand what people do to earn a living and support a family
- clarify goals for the future so they can choose the appropriate school courses
Enrichment / Summer Opportunities:
STUDENT RESOURCES from the ONTARIO SCHOOL COUNSELLORS ASSOCIATION
Summer Work Student Exchange
Summer Work Student Exchange program is a summer work program that runs for six weeks (from early July to mid-August) and is aimed at students 16 and 17 years of age who will be returning to school in September.
Language-Assistant Program-Travel • Work • LearnOdyssey is a full-time work experience that gives you the opportunity to travel Canada, make a difference in the lives of others, and share your culture. http://www.myodyssey.ca/en/
An innovative leadership program, focusing on science technology and entrepreneur-ship. Any senior high school student, grade 11 or 12 that is highly creative and motivated with good interpersonal skillsl with an excellent academic record (esp. sciences, maths, and technology).
The Science @ Guelph Experience
This residential camp hosted by the University of Guelph provides a three-day program for students in Grades 7 and 8.
Language Learning Programs, Academic and University preparation programs, Cultural Exchange Programs.
The Canadian Education Exchange Foundation
3 month international exchanges as well as summer programs to France, Switzerland or Spain.
Canada World Youth
A leader in developing international educational programs where young people learn through experience. For more than 30 years, we have built ties with partners from around the globe.
ASSE - International Student Exchange Programs
One of the oldest and largest international student exchange organizations.
AFS Interculture Canada
International non-profit organization dedicated to global understanding and community involvement through quality international programs for youth and for adults.
Summer Jobs from the Federal Government's YouthPath site.
The Second City
The Second City offers unique curriculum based workshops and performances that enrich the work of thousands of K-12 students and educators each year in Chicago and Toronto.
Department of Enrichment Studies
Queen's University's Department of Enrichment Studies.
The Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership
Join 100 students from around the world for an amazing three-week experience on Canada's beautiful west coast
Ocean Educations Ltd(Peel District School Board)
This is a summer credit program in Marine & Environmental Science located in British Columbia. Students obtain a Grade 12 School Credit + SCUBA Certification. Students must be 16 at beginning of program.
Ontario Summer Jobs
This Web site guide to Ontario Summer Jobs directs you to job opportunities supported by the Ontario government.
Ontario Science Centre School
Learn new skills and enhance those you already have by attending one of these programs specially prepared for Ontario educators.
Eight week job program that provides participants with a unique combination of work, learning and life experiences.
Ontario Educational Leadership Centre
The Ontario Educational Leadership Centre, as a partner within the educational community, provides students and other participants with a unique opportunity to develop and enhance their personal and leadership skills.
Katimavik offers young Canadians an exciting experience that incorporates learning and volunteer involvement. It is Canada's leading national youth volunteer-service program.
Appleby College is a non-profit co-educational independent school for students in Grades 7 to 12, located in Oakville, Ontario.
Interchange on Canadian Studies
National organization that provides opportunities, through student conferences and travel exchanges, for young Canadians to meet, to listen to prominent speakers, to share ideas and experiences significant to Canada.
Page Program - House of Commons
Each year, 40 students are selected from high schools and CEGEPs across Canada to come to Ottawa and work as Pages in the House of Commons.
GAP Year with Lattitude Global Volunteering
GAP is an educational, not-for-profit organisation.
Lattitude Global Volunteering, formerly Gap Activity Projects, is the original gap year charity specialising in volunteering for 17-25 year-olds.
Forum for Young Canadians
This one-week program brings together 500 senior students from across Canada to Ottawa to learn first hand about our country and its leaders, about the machinery of government, and about what it means to be Canadian.
Federal Student Work Experience Program
(FSWEP) is the primary vehicle through which federal departments and agencies recruit students for approximately 8,000 temporary student jobs.
Over 300 exchange opportunities including two-way exchanges for Canadians between the ages of 11 and 18. Groups of 10 to 30 youth.
Encounters with Canada
A one-week program of Canadian studies held at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre in Ottawa for 15-17 year-old students from across Canada.
Outward Bound Canada
Using the wilderness as the classroom, Outward Bound seeks to develop self confidence, care and respect for others, responsibility to community and concern for the environment.
Spring Educational Camps
Brock University in St. Catharines offers Spring Educational Camps for students in Grades 6-8.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
Enrich your university education by studying abroad.
Ontario Summer Jobs