University of Toronto Youth Summer Programs
-offers high school students a glimpse into the life of a university student studying law or medicine.
YSP takes place in the months of July and August each summer at the downtown St. George campus, and range in length from one to six weeks. For more information, Click Here.
Encounters with Canada is a national youth program for teens 14 to 17 years old, offering week-long career-themed leadership experiences in Ottawa.
High school students from across the country meet others who share similar interests. They learn about careers from seasoned professionals and discover the gems of our nation’s capital.
For more information or to register, go to
Want to Study At a US University/College,
But Don't Know Where to Start?
Meet U.S. college and university representatives and guest speakers at our annual US College Expo in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Ottawa
Attend the US College Expo to Learn More!
Toronto - Roy Thomson Hall
Saturday, April 28, 2018
For more information and to register go to: www.uscollegeexpo.com
Discovery Healthcare presents a summer experience for teenagers who have an interest in a health care career and want to explore a career in medicine, nursing, pharmacy or other health related fields.
This summer, campers will get hands-on experience with suturing and casting, grapple with medical cases, diagnose and treat patients and explore life as a physician, nurse, pharmacists or emergency medical services provider.
Discovery Healthcare (formerly “MedLINCS”) is a one-week medical science summer camp for high school
students throughout Southwestern Ontario designed to mentor and inspire interest in pursuing a career
in medicine and the healthcare field. The program is supported by the Office of Distributed Education and
facilitated by first- and second-year medical students at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University.
Sarnia – July 9 - 13, 2018
Location: Bluewater Health, Sarnia
Registration is now open for Discovery Healthcare. To learn more, please visit the Distributed Education website.
Explore - Live the Canadian Experience
Explore is a five-week summer intensive language-immersion program for students aged 16 and older . This program offers youth an opportunity to travel, learn and practice their French while discovering a new culture. A bursary is available to cover tuition fees, instructional materials, meals and accommodations, workshops and other mandatory activities.
Application deadline: February 15
Apply for a $2 200 bursary.
Visit www.myexplore.ca for more information and to apply.
Are you looking to pursue a post-secondary or graduate degree in music?
The Royal Conservatory will be hosting its 1st annual College & University Music Fair:
DATE & TIME:
November 4, 2017, 9:00am - 3:00pm
The Royal Conservatory of Music
TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning,
273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1W2, Canada
Exhibitors include some of the top Canadian post-secondary music schools and departments from across Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada. Already confirmed are: University of Toronto, McGill, Laurier, Western and Brock University; as well as Harris Institute.. Join us at this FREE event to explore post-secondary music programs in one convenient location! Register in advance and attend the Fair for a chance to win a 9.7 Retina Display iPad, valued at $449!
Click here for more information.
King's Open House provides a comprehensive overview of King's academic programs, services and clubs. Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, upper year students and staff, as well as observe mini lectures to get a taste of the King's experience. Want to know more about Open House? View our agenda, and plan your day!
Open House dates for 2017-2018:
- Saturday, November 4, 2017: 12pm-4pm
- Saturday, March 10, 2018: 12pm-4pm
Saturday, May 5, 2018: 12pm-4pm
To register online click here
Every year, House of Commons Pages are selected from high schools across Canada to work in the House of Commons while pursuing their studies at a university in the National Capital Region.
Eligible candidates must:
-be a Canadian citizens
-be graduating students beginning full time university studies in September 2018
- have an overall academic average of at least 80%
- be able to communicate efficiently in both official languages
- have accepted an admission offer from a university in the National Capital Region.
The application deadline is December 4, 2017
For more information and to submit applications, go to ourcommons.ca/page
Are you interested in learning about Government? Democracy? Citizenship?
The Forum for Young Canadians is for Canadian high school students ages 15 – 19.
Take part in a behind the scenes experience of Canadian Politics on Parliament Hill.
For more information or to apply click here or see a Guidance Counsellor.
Apply by November 22, 2017.
Ontario Science Centre Science School
Spend a semester at the Science Centre. Earn grade 12 math and science credits and get the experience of a lifetime. For more information click here. Applications for the 2018/19 year are due April 3, 2018.