The University of Toronto's Youth Summer Program (YSP) offers high school students a glimpse into the life of a university student studying law or medicine. In partnership with the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine, two of Canada's foremost faculties, the Youth Summer Program provides access to the University's distiinguished academic and research professionals who lead hands-on academic programming. To learn more go to www.ysp.utoronto.ca
All Oak Bay students are welcome to attend the SD61 Career Fair on April 19th from 9:00am to 2:30pm at Archie Browning Curling Arena, 1151 Esquimalt Rd. Students will take a bus leaving from Oak Bay at 11:15 and returning to the school by 12:45. There will be approximately 80 exhibitors attending and more committing to the event each day. To sign up, see Mrs. Giesbrecht in the Career Centre.
Comox Valley Search and Rescue and the Tribune Bay Outdoor
Education Centre are pleased host the 2018 Search and
Rescue Academy. This all-inclusive residential academy offers
an ideal learning environment which includes an oceanfront
setting on Hornby Island and the VI Mountain Centre.
Graduates receive a BC Ground Search and Rescue Technician
and St Johns Ambulance First Aid certification. The program is
open to high school students ages 16 and up.
Registration includes all accommodation, food, transportation,
activities and professional instructors.
SD61 and Vic PD are hosting a one day session April 10th for 16 district students to experience policing. See Mrs. Giesbrecht for an application if you are interested.
Check out the link here for more information. Applications are due in to Mrs. Giesbrecht by March 16th.oakbaycareercentre.weebly.com/trades.html
YES - Young Engineers & Scientists Fellowship
The Young Engineers and Scientists (YES!) Fellowship (http://www.triumf.ca/academic-programs/awards-fellowships/yes-fellowship) offers six-week summer research experiences to graduating secondary students in British Columbia entering their first year at a recognized post-secondary institution. The Fellowship includes an award of $3,000. The intent of the YES Fellowship is to motivate graduating students with a passionate interest in science to pursue a research career by offering them the opportunity to experience a real life research environment.
A minimum of three positions will be offered at TRIUMF, for whom travel and housing allowances will be offered to students from outside Metro Vancouver who need it.
These students will have taken Math 12 and Physics 12 (or equivalents) and are interested in pursuing a degree in the physical sciences or engineering. The C. Gordon Lindsay CSSE Engineering Award will be offered once again.
A further three or more positions will be offered by the LSBC for placements at local companies and/or research institutions (e.g. Centre for Drug Rsearch and Development at UBC http://www.cdrd.ca). This year the positions are limited to students who do not require travel or housing allowances. These students will have taken one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics 12, and are interested in pursuing a degree in the life sciences.
Details can be found on the website:
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