Tuesday, 14 November 2017

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Ivey Summer Leadership Program

If you are interested in Business, and currently in grades 10 or 11, this summer Leadership Program might be for you.

Held at Western University in London, Ontario, this program is 9 days of fast paced learning covering topics such as marketing, finance, disruption and innovation, and much more.  Students will be kept busy learning from speakers and Ivey faculty and participating in team project and case studies.  For more information visit https://www.ivey.uwo.ca/summerleadership/

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

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Below are two great opportunities for students in grades 10 - 12 that are interested in Science.  Please come by and see me in Learning Resources (room 184) if either of these are of interest to you.

Mrs. Tummon

TD Discovery Day in Health Sciences (DDHS)
Event Date: May 16, 2018

An insightful and fun hands-on workshop for students in grades 10 through 12, interested in a career in health science and technology. This full day event held at McMaster University Student Learning Centre, in Hamilton, is an exciting opportunity for students, from across the province, to explore careers in medicine and health sciences. Students will benefit from an inspiring keynote lecture, two hands-on-workshops of their choosing, and an interactive laboratory experiment demonstration. Each school is invited to register up to 5 students who have a strong interest in a career in health sciences. 

High School Health Research Bursary Program
Competition Closes: April 2 2018. 4:00p.m.

An invaluable opportunity for top high school science students in grades 11 and 12 to apply for a seven-week summer internship placement program working alongside Hamilton world-class researchers and team members July 3  – August 17, 2018. This program provides students with an excellent opportunity to explore career options, expand their potential horizons and exposure to leading scientific minds in healthcare research, as well as receive a $1,500 bursary upon completion.  Students are required to submit an application, joint letter of nomination from a science department head and science teacher, a 1000-word essay on their academic and extracurricular accomplishments, as well as career aspirations.  Posted on the HSHRB program web page are the submission guidelines, application form and bursary publications.  For complete details, please visit: http://www.hhsresearchadmin.ca/partnership-collaboration/youth-programs/high-school-bursary/