Looking for volunteer hours or want to help out your community?
The volunteering is for Nelson Youth Soccer and starts next week for shifts until holiday break. Students would volunteer afterschool to work
shifts at our indoor concession at the indoor soccer facility, of which the money raised from the concession goes toward bursary's that support players that would like to play rep but cannot afford it, a win win situation!
Contact Julie Poetsch at (250) 229-2167 or email directly email@example.com
Are you looking for more Information on Grad 2017 Events and Fundraisers?
Here is an update from your Parent Committee that includes:
Communication Event information
Grad fees Volunteer’s needed
Fundraising Events Hoodie Orders
I would like to Volunteer or/ I would like more INFORMATION?
Grade 12 students who have questions about applying to university or college or wanting help with getting started, you are invited to a short optional info session for any grade 12 on Thursday, November 24th at lunch.
Please bring your ideas of your favorite 3 or 4 schools and idea of program you hope to study. Make sure to do some research on the pre-requisites and if this suits who you are, use the myblueprint.ca/SD8 tool.
If you can’t make the meeting, please try to get on the GT Journey google classroom, as there is information available including ideas of where, when and how to apply, as well as supports available to help you in the process, alternately you can pick up an information note sheet in counselling and follow up with counsellors.
Considering UVIC as one of your options for next year? Lots of information for you below…
1. Online application is now open
We are now accepting applications for next September. The deadline for current high school students is February 28, 2017. Encourage your students to apply as soon as possible. www.uvic.ca/apply
2. Supplementary application materials update
Several UVic programs require applicants to answer supplementary questions or upload specific documents (such as letters of intent, resumes and references) in addition to their regular application. Depending on the program, students may be asked to upload these materials before or after submitting their application, or to send documents directly to the department. A listing of programs that require supplemental application information is available on our website. www.uvic.ca/supplemental
3. Self-reporting opens February 15, 2017
We would like to remind all current grade 12 students completing a Canadian high school curriculum or a full IB diploma at a school in Canada must self-report their grades between February 15 and March 31, 2017. www.uvic.ca/self-reporting The link for students to self-report will be available on the application portal beginning February 15, 2017.
4. English language proficiency deadlines
All applicants to UVic (regardless of country of origin or citizenship status) are required to demonstrate English language proficiency prior to admission. www.uvic.ca/elr
Deadlines to submit proof of English language proficiency are:
· Gustavson School of Business – March 15, 2017
· All other faculties and programs – May 1, 2017
Students are reminded that applications will not be processed until proof of language proficiency has been confirmed. They are encouraged to submit documentation as soon as possible.
7. MyUVic accounts (NEW)
In order for prospective students to receive notifications regarding upcoming recruitment events and activities, register for events, book campus tours and receive timely reminders during key phases of the application/admission process, they will now be required to sign up for a MyUVic account at www.myuvic.ca. Please encourage students who are interested in UVic to sign up as soon as possible.
8. Ways to connect
UVic offers several ways for high school students to connect with the campus, staff and current UVic students.
· MyUVic Life student blog – a blog written by current UVic students for students. Your students are sure to find some interesting and relatable stories to help them to learn more about the university from a student perspective. Visit www.uvic.ca/myuviclife for a glimpse of what it’s really like to be a Vike from one of our 26 undergraduate bloggers!
· My First Year @ UVic Facebook group – a space for students to ask UVic questions and chat with other prospective, incoming and current students now, and throughout their time at UVic. www.facebook.com/groups/103233444672/
· MyUVic Twitter – A perfect communication tool for you and your students to get quick responses to your questions. As we say in Student Recruitment, “We’re only a tweet away!” www.twitter.com/MyUVic
· UVic Virtual Tour – Can’t make it to campus for a tour? No problem. Students can take an online virtual tour. This is a great way to experience UVic’s campus from your desktop or mobile device. UVic students will guide you through the places they live and learn, including popular spaces, buildings and faculties. There are 16 stops, each with 360° panoramas, videos and photos. See UVic like you’ve never seen it before! www.uvic.ca/virtualtour
We are having a fundraising bake sale at the annual Baker St. Craft Fair at the Best Western.
Date: Friday, November 18th
Time: 10 am to 6 pm
Please sign up in the multi-purpose room early next week for either:
For more information, message Bailey Meisner or Rebecca Nolan via Grad Page facebook. Or email 2017LVRGrad@gmail.com
*Baked goods will be dropped off at the office starting Tuesday Nov. 15th up until Thursday Nov. 17th, otherwise drop off at the Best Western Friday the 18th before 10 am.
A few opportunities are arising..see below and check out the attached document
Teaching Assistance credits
If you are a grad 12 have a spare and would like to gain some credits as a TA, if you don’t mind doing some internet research, word processing, basic organization of peers and filing we have a job for you in the counselling area- it’s not every day that you will need to be helping just here and there. Come and see Mr. Machado or Terlingen for that opportunity.
Grad Transitions( Machado and Terlingen only)
Thanks to all of you that have been showing up for Grad transition sessions and optional sessions. Last week we had Galen Boulanger and two great career panels for your exposure to different aspects of your transition. If you are working in MY Blue Print and have researched 5 careers, done a reflection and added it to your portfolio than you are doing just fine. Tomorrow Mr. Machado will be having a session in rm 106 and Mr Terlingen in rm 105. For Machado- come to that session if you need catch up work for your career exploration and if you want to sign up for the GT presentation on December ( 12/13th) or January ( 17/18t and possibly 27th).
To sign up for the grad email list to receive important information, click on the "Grad Email List Serve" link below