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​Planning Your Pathway

 
This section is dedicated to help you map out your future pathway after high school. A list of links connecting useful websites has been provided for you. These websites are dedicated to giving you the information you need to plan out your post-secondary pathway.
 
 

Making My Way

This website identifies all options available to high school graduates; apprenticeship, college, university and workplace.It also emphasizes that all career paths have important and equal value in the employment market and economy—highlighting all sectors, from trades, health and social sciences to business, technology and arts.

 

myBlueprint Planner

myBlueprint is a customizable, interactive education planning tool that provides students the ability to make the most informed decisions about their education.

OSCA
Access information on self assessment, post secondary planning, financial planning, scholarship info, SAT’s, career information, job search, volunteer opportunities.
 
 

Career Cruising

Use the assessment tools, detailed occupation profiles and comprehensive post-secondary education information, to plan your future career. To access it, the user ID is Peel and the password is 29060.

Raise Your Flag

A website that helps young people without a degree or diploma find meaningful work, get the skills they need, and connect to companies that are hiring.

 
Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program
The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) is a School to Work program that opens the door for students to explore and work in apprenticeship occupations starting in Grade 11 or Grade 12 through the Cooperative Education program. Students have an opportunity to become registered apprentices and work towards becoming certified journeypersons in a skilled trade while completing their secondary school diplomas.
 
 
Apprentice Search
This website has information on apprenticeship, as well as opportunities for apprenticeship training and jobs.
 
Ontario Colleges
The Ontario College Application Services provides administrative systems and application processing services for Ontario′s 24 colleges, three regional campuses of the University of Guelph and the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences.
 
 
Ontario College-University Transfer Guide
The guide provides information to college and university students, institutional officials, high school students, their counsellors, and the general public that will enable them to plan and make choices from a growing array of collaborative postsecondary learning opportunities in Ontario. It describes agreements and collaborative programs that ensure a continuum in learning from college to university and university to college in Ontario.
 
eINFO
eINFO is a guide to Ontario universities for secondary school students and guidance counsellors.  Its mandate is to provide students and guidance counsellors with information about university programs, admission requirements and additional resources.  eINFO should be used as a starting point for researching university options.
 
OUAC
The universities of Ontario are at your fingertips! The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is a valuable tool for planning your postsecondary education. Note: For more information, you can always pick up a leaflet in the guidance area.
 
 

Yconic
Scholarships and bursary search sites.

 

 

 

Scholarships in Ontario
Scholarship resources for high school and university students in Ontario.

 

 

Scholarships in Canada
This website provides a search function that allows you to find the perfect scholarships for you.It also provides services such as bursaries, grants, student awards, loans and budget planning.
 
Ontario Student Assistance Program
This website assists students in loans, funding options and decision makings for future education. As stated in their objective and purpose page, “The objective of student financial assistance is to assist eligible students who do not have the resources to meet the costs of postsecondary education. The intention is to promote equality of opportunity for postsecondary studies by providing financial assistance for educational costs and basic living expenses where students (and their families) do not have the resources to meet these costs.”

 

 

TOEFL

The TOEFL® test is the most widely accepted English-language test in the world. No matter where you want to study, the TOEFL test can help get you there.

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