About Our Service
We provide support to high school students who are currently in grade 11 or higher and are planning to attend college or university.
Designed for youth:
- In high-school (grades 10, 11, 12 or 12+) and working towards your OSSD
- Living with a disability and/or an autism spectrum disorder
- Living in Ontario
Parents/guardians/families are welcome to participate.
Webinars include a mix of information (presentation style) and opportunities to ask questions. We engage Youth Mentors to share their lived experiences.
See our 2023 flyer and registration link below for workshop topics and further details. The sessions run annually.
This session covers the application process, how to access services and supports, and funding options. The session was recorded on October 16, 2021.
This session reviews accessing services and accommodations at college or university, maintaining physical and mental health, and funding options. Hear lived experiences from two youth mentors. This session was recorded on February 24, 2022.
This session introduces you to tips from career planners that can help you map out your future. Two mentors share their real life experiences. The session was recorded on November 11, 2021.
This session is for parents and caregivers of students who are preparing for post-secondary education. One parent and two post-secondary counselors share resources and tips for supporting young people at various stages of this exciting and challenging transition. This session was recorded on January 25, 2022.
Why? When? How? It's important to have practical work experience before you finish school. Learn how to get started. The session is built around a mentor's experiences with job search and working. The session was recorded on January 27, 2022.
Check out our full 'Life after high school' focused video playlist HERE