-Summer Student Jobs with the Ontario Government. The Ontario Public Service has summer jobs posted here.
– Rotary Club Adventures in Technology is now accepting applications. Please see the guidance office for more information. Deadline to apply is Feb 28th.
-Confederation College is offering Mechanical Harvesting Equipment Operator training. Must be 18 years of age or older and have completed grade 10. SAO Mechanical Harvesting Equipment Operator Training EACOM Flysheet
-FNMI grade 11 & 12 students interested in post-secondary opportunities in Engineering and Science may want to check out this opportunity to try a one week university program. The application deadline is the end of February. 2019 kirkness program brochure
-Grad photo dates are Feb 6, 7 & 8. Dates were changed due to the bus cancellations. Students affected should have been contacted already. They will be returning for more grad photos on March 26, 27 & 28. Watch the DHSeagles web-page for information on when and how to book your appointment.
-Potential Graduates need to have all their hours completed and turned in to the Guidance office by May 31st.
Many colleges and universities offer Open Houses and campus tours, in the spring or over March Break. If you are able to attend one of these events, please check your school’s website for information and dates. Here are a few, in our area: University of Manitoba – February 21st; Red River College – February 19th
–Potential Grads: Many external awards are currently available to apply for. See the External Scholarships & Bursaries link for more information or visit the guidance office. Local information will be available in early April.
Universities and Colleges will be visiting DHS throughout the year. Information on upcoming presentations will be listed here. If you are interested please sign up in the Guidance Office.
Students are encouraged to check the links in the black bar near the top of this page as well as visiting the guidance office for bursary and scholarship information. We also encourage you check the post-secondary institution websites and search other sources.
The Local Bursary and Scholarship booklet and application forms can be found in the link in the black bar at the top of this page. The deadline has passed to apply for local scholarships and bursaries. Please check the external bursaries as some of these are ongoing.
Information on Ontario Universities can be found at http://www.electronicinfo.ca/, here you can find a Finance tab for scholarships offered by Ontario Universities.
SCHULICH lEADER SCHOLARSHIPS awards 50 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) scholarships annually. Speak to a guidance counsellor, the Nomination deadline is in January 2019.
TD Scholarship for Community Leader deadline is November 16th. Please see more information on the External Scholarships and Bursaries page.
The website https://www.schoolfinder.com/Events/Index.aspx has a list of events happening such as information fairs and open houses.
There are some sites, that you may want to check out, listed in the External Scholarships and Bursaries link above.
The following was received from ScholarTree.ca: ” Just because the school year is over doesn’t mean the scholarship opportunities stop. ScholarTree.ca has $935,500 worth of scholarship opening over the summer.
We have created an Excel personal budget template for anyone to download, we hope this is a useful tool that will help students plan financially for post-secondary education:
Local Bursary/Scholarship are posted in early/mid April. Please watch the Local Scholarships and Bursaries link in the black box above. Outside financial awards may be available, and have a variety of deadlines, please check the link for external information and remember this is not a complete list.
The Rotary Club of Dryden sponsors several students to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Camp. Basic RYLA for those aged 12-14 and Advanced RYLA is for those ages 15-17. These camps occur during the summer and applications are due late May. Watch this website for information in the Spring of 2019 for the next RYLA camps.
Adventures in Human Rights. This event will be in Winnipeg from August 12th to 18th.
Registration is now closed.
Applications are available, in the Guidance Office, for The District 5550 Rotary Youth Exchange Program for Long Term Youth Exchange and Short Term Youth Exchange. The application deadline is September 30th.
Adventures in Technology – Registration is now OPEN. Grade 11 & 12 students interested in learning more about technology, the many ways it affects our lives, ant the opportunities it holds for tomorrow may be interested in this event. Adventures in Technology 2019 will be taking place Sunday, April 28th through Friday, May 3, 2019 in Saskatoon. Applications are now available in the guidance office. The application deadline is February 28th.
Adventures in Agriculture – November 21-25 Fall 2018 applications are available in the guidance office. This is open to grade 11 & 12 students who are interested in learning more about the agricultural industry and its career opportunities. Deadline Sept. 30th
Report Cards & Anecdotal Reports will be given to students on the following dates:
Anecdotal Report – October 9th – Interviews: Thursday, October 11th – 3:45-6:15 p.m.
Mid-Term Report Card – November 23, 2018 – Interviews: November 29th – 3:45-6:15
Final Report Card – February 12, 2019
Anecdotal Report – TBA – Interviews: TBA
Mid-Term Report Card – April 25, 2019 – Interviews: TBA
Final Report Card – early July – Dates to be announced
Equal Opportunity Deadlines are: applications are still accepted even after the equal opportunity deadlines have passed.
Ontario Colleges – Feb.4, 2019
Ontario Universities – Jan. 16, 2019
SAT Dates at DHS – 2018/19.
October 6, 2018
May 4, 2019
Register at www.collegeboard.com