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Are you looking for work?

The Career Centre, operated by the SCDSB, offers a range of programs & services to help job searchers achieve their employment goals.  If you are job searching, why wouldn’t you register with the Career Centre?  Call 705-725-8990, ext. 45200 or visit

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Study and Go Abroad

Click the link to visit the Study and Go Abroad website​Studyandgoabroad.cosagacom_logo.pngm is the ‘go to’ site for students, primarily in Canada, who are researching options for further studies abroad, or considering a volunteer program, learning a language, working abroad or taking an international internship. ​  ​

We're excited to be hosting a free Virtual Education Fair on Thursday, May 21st, offering educators and students an opportunity to meet online, and for students to start planning their next step in education, whether it be at home or abroad. The fair will feature universities, professional schools and colleges from Canada and around the world, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, diplomas and certificate programs. 

Similar to a regular fair, visitors to the virtual fair are able to visit booths, download brochures, watch videos, attend webinars and connect with university representatives.  They will learn about scholarships, admission requirements and a full range of program options; Law, Medicine, Engineering, Sciences, Fine Arts and more. 

Check the website for exhibitor information and profiles, and the webinar schedule.

Registration is FREE. 

More details: 

Date: Thursday May 21st
Place: Online 
Expo hours: 8am to 2pm EST
Admission: FREE
Register here 

Let us know if you would like us to send you images to use on your social media channels, to let your students know about this event. 

We hope to see you and your students on May 21st.

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Your Business Success Centre!

22 Peter Street South, PO Box 2525, Orillia, Ontario L3V 7A3 | 705 325 4903



Joint Youth Sub


Are you, or someone you know, 15-30 years old?

We want to connect you with a local employer!
We're currently in need of social media savvy youth that have marketing and office administration experience.

Contact us today to learn more:



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The Career Centre offers employment programs and services

Do you know someone who is looking for a job or to gain work experience?

The Career Centre is operated by the Simcoe County District School Board and provides employment programs and services for people beginning at age 15. Whether you have a child who has never had a job but is looking to gain work experience, or have a friend or family member who needs help with their employment and job search, Employment Consultants at the Career Centre can help! Programs and services are available at no cost.

Contact the Career Centre at 705-725-8990, or visit the Career Centre website at for more information.

This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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Are you looking for summer work? It’s time to apply!

The Ontario Public Service hires up to 5,000 summer students to work across Ontario in parks, research, customer service, engineering, administration, communications and more. 

Students can see current openings by visiting and choosing ‘student’ under career level. 

More details are available at

Also see the attached for information about Student Jobs within the Ontario Public Service.

Summer Employment_ENG_outlined print (non AODA).pdfSample Job Ad - Park Ranger.pdf

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What if you had one year to do what you really want?  Discover the possibilities at

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Volunteering during your gap year allows you to explore the world as more than just a tourist.  Lattitude is one of the largest international volunteering organisations, supporting roughly 1000 young people globally every year.

The cost on the poster is the new price as of April 1st.   Anyone that registers before then will save $600 ($4295 not $4895 which includes all their meals and board while away).

And, if you use the code "Lattitude2" you will be refunded the $100 application fee once they are accepted as well.

Lattitude Posters.pdf

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The Ontario Civil Construction Careers Alliance has developed resources for high school students which are available to you via their website.  The resources provide information on topics such as:

– Dual Credit Program
– Apprenticeships
– Women in the Skilled Trades

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International Student Exchange - Ontario is a registered not-for-profit corporation offering Ontario students a variety of reciprocal exchange programs in Europe.  An ISE exchange offers you opportunities to:

  • Develop language skills
  • Share your family and school life with another person
  • Increase your cultural awareness through a direct experience
  • Enhance your understanding of others
  • Gain confidence, responsibility and self-reliance
  • Come home with a new appreciation of Canada
  • Prepare for 21st century life in the global village
  • Establish personal relationships that may last a lifetime

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Want to travel this summer?

Adult & Continuing Education, in partnership with EduTravel, are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for students to travel and earn credits this summer.

The Careers and Civics credits for travel will take students to Ottawa, Montreal and New York in July.

Visit the Learning Centre website  to find out more.

Visit for more information including the dates and locations of information sessions and to register for summer travel opportunities.

Ontario youth apprenticeship program​

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SHAD is seeking high achieving students interested in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) with incredible intellect, drive, initiative and creativity, who are seeking an enrichment experience.  The 2019 SHAD program will run from June 30 to July 26, 2019.

If you are interested, visit deadline to apply is November 19, 2018.

Take a look at our new video.   This is a fast-paced video montage with the intention of summarizing the essence and outcomes of SHAD to raise awareness of this important program throughout the country.

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This summer you can earn credits with the SCDSB and the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka at Geneva Park.  See the Geneva Park brochure for more information.​