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  • map | studyonline.ca
    ca English Français Home map map Menu Toggle Icon close Click here to close the menu Menu Toggle Icon open Click here to open the menu Hide filter menu Find an online learning centre near you Show centres with Audio

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  • Aboriginal Students | studyonline.ca
    programs courses and services intended for an Aboriginal clientele Sioux Hudson Literacy Council Good Learning Anywhere GLA GLA provides online distance learning opportunities for adults in Ontario to assist them in upgrading their reading writing math computer and other essentials skills so they can reach their educational employment and personal goals Funded by the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities GLA is the Aboriginal Lead for eChannel and provides access to culturally relevant online learning Courses can be taken at home or online from the community s local Contact North Contact Nord online learning centre Technical support is provided along with online instruction and mentoring There is no charge for these courses Funding financial assistance Indian and Northern Affairs Canada INAC The INAC has two funding programs that could provide financial assistance for eligible Status Indian and Inuit students to help offset tuition travel or living expenses Post Secondary Student Support Program This program provides financial assistance to Status Indian and Inuit students who are enrolled in eligible post secondary programs University and College Entrance Preparation Program UCEPP If you are an eligible Status Indian or Inuit student registered for university or college entrance programs to help you achieve the academic requirements necessary for entrance into a post secondary degree or diploma program you may qualify for financial assistance Aboriginal Bursaries This site contains a searchable list of bursaries scholarships and incentives across Canada offered by governments universities and colleges private and public companies individual Canadians organizations and others Indspire formerly National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation This site contains a list of numerous awards bursaries and scholarships administered by Indspire Canadian Heritage Post Secondary Scholarship Program The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation has established a scholarship fund to provide scholarships based on merit and need to First Nations Non status Indians Métis and Inuit Aboriginal Scholarship Guide If you are a Canadian Native First Nations non status Métis Inuit student there are a variety of available funding sources to help offset the financial burden of receiving an education Check out these lists to determine which programs you may qualify for Contact your local band office to find out if you qualify for financial help with your full time or part time post secondary studies Employment services support Aboriginal Careers ca This employment portal is fully dedicated to assisting Aboriginal job seekers to research and acquire opportunities to develop their careers including training resources skill development how to guides and 1 000s of Aboriginal job postings The Métis Nation of Ontario This site has a wide selection of job search training and resource links There is also a Summer Career Placement Program with job opportunities for Métis youth if interested call 1 800 263 4889 or email training metisnation org The Working Centre Kitchener Waterloo This organization offers job search assistance through Employment Ontario s Employment Service and works with anyone who walks in their door no matter what type of job they re looking for The organization looks at each person as

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  • First generation learners | studyonline.ca
    or university are considered for this bursary How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you General Information Aboriginal students First generation learners Francophone students Students with disabilities Demo of online course Should I study online Where to get financial help Find your ideal career path Follow these five easy steps to find out what career suits you best Mobile Apps At Contact North Contact Nord we want to make sure that no matter where you are what time it is or what your question might be you can find the information you want quickly and easily Program and courses provided by How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you About Us Contact Us Demo online classes Find a career IT Helpdesk Online learning centres Should I study online Sign in Student services Success stories Program Course Listings 91 full time online programs available from Ontario s colleges and universities Winter 2016 Literacy Courses Winter 2016 live online courses Contact North Contact Nord a non profit corporation funded by the Government of Ontario

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  • Resources for Francophone students | studyonline.ca
    them to continue their French studies in the field of justice The Donatien Frémont Foundation This foundation supports the French speaking communities of Canada by offering more than 26 000 each year to Francophones studying communication journalism or graphic arts Torchia Scholarship in Public Relations This scholarship is awarded each year to the student who best shows the spirit and practice of being bilingual in the Canadian communications and public relations profession Five Week French Language Bursary Program Find out how you can discover another area of Canada while learning French Employment services and support French for the Future This is a not for profit organization that supports and encourages Canadian students who want to be bilingual The Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities The Ministry offers a search tool to find Francophone services in your region Jeunesse Canada au travail JCT JCT offers students and recent graduates a chance to test their skills to establish their career to gain money for their studies and to improve your chance at a better job Looking for a job The Government of Canada has a list of sites and information in French to help you with your job search Working in Ontario Find links to French sites where you can learn about job search tips and get tools and resources to help you find a job Ontario Association of Youth Employment Centres OAYEC OAYEC has lots of information to help you with your job search and with life in general Public Service Commission of Canada A French job search tool for jobs in the federal government Ontario Public Service Careers Looking for a career with the Government of Ontario Search for a job in the Ontario public service using this French job search tool Monster ca Search for a job by

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  • Students with disabilities | studyonline.ca
    Canada s colleges and universities Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities The Opportunities Fund supports many activities to help people with disabilities in particular those who are not eligible for Employment Insurance EI benefits They help people overcome the barriers they may face as they enter the labour market NEADS Equity Through Education Award and the Holly Bartlett Memorial Award These awards are being offered to encourage full access to post secondary education for persons with disabilities who often have greater barriers to higher education and extra costs because of their disabilities Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario LDAO Scholarships The LDAO offers two awards a bursary and a scholarship The Toronto Rehab Scholarship This 20 000 scholarship supports the education and training of masters and doctoral students with disabilities who are studying in a rehabilitation related field and plan on contributing to rehabilitation sciences as researchers Mood Disorders Association of Ontario The Lilly MDAO Moving Lives Scholarship will give out 12 500 to six successful scholarship recipients with mood disorders so they may continue their studies within Ontario and meet their goals by helping them with financial assistance Employment services support Employment Services March of Dimes March of Dimes offers services including skills assessment job readiness training paid placement job search assistance and employment supports for youth Employment Services Canadian Hearing Society CHS The CHS offers job related counselling leads referrals interpreters for your interviews and job accommodations and supports NEADS Online Work System NOWS The NEADS Online Work System NOWS is a bilingual free online tool where employers can post opportunities and search for job ready candidates with disabilities Job Fit This workbook series helps adults with learning disabilities find out what sorts of employment suit their learning style and interests and helps adults prepare for a better job

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  • Demo online courses | studyonline.ca
    is an online learning platform that a lot of institutions use This video describes a basic distance education course created with Moodle Ryerson Online Learning with Blackboard This link will launch a new browser window and play a video about learning online with the Blackboard platform The video will talk about how to access courses course materials as well as assignments and exams You can also read about Blackboard s tools and features Humber College Online Learning with Blackboard This demo course will show you commonly used functions that you will use while registered in an online course that uses FirstClass learning system Humber College also has a library of sample videos that demonstrate different online learning platforms Visit Humber s Open Learning Centre How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you General Information Aboriginal students First generation learners Francophone students Students with disabilities Demo of online course Should I study online Where to get financial help Find your ideal career path Follow these five easy steps to find out what career suits you best Mobile Apps At Contact North Contact Nord we want to make sure that no matter where you are what time it is or what your question might be you can find the information you want quickly and easily Program and courses provided by How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you About Us Contact Us Demo online classes Find a career IT Helpdesk Online learning centres Should I study online Sign in Student services Success stories Program Course Listings 91 full time online programs available from Ontario s colleges and universities Winter 2016 Literacy Courses Winter 2016

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  • Should I study online? | studyonline.ca
    GET HELP EARLY If you are having problems do NOT wait to ask for help The longer you wait the bigger the problem becomes The first person to contact is your teacher If they cannot answer your question they can direct you to someone who can Manage your time well Make time every day to work on your courses Make contacts among your classmates and create study groups when possible Read your lesson the first day it is available If you have any questions contact your teacher immediately Many online courses require that work be completed every day It is necessary to review the course and schedule for these dates Make a to do list Ask questions Read the course introduction carefully to find out how you should ask questions Some teachers will ask you to post all questions to a class discussion forum while others will ask you to e mail them directly to the teacher or post them through private discussions In a regular class everyone gets to hear the question and answer So the teacher may ask you to post all questions to the class discussion board so that the whole class can view all questions and answers Find out how or when you can contact your teacher for personal meetings How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you General Information Aboriginal students First generation learners Francophone students Students with disabilities Demo of online course Should I study online Where to get financial help Find your ideal career path Follow these five easy steps to find out what career suits you best Mobile Apps At Contact North Contact Nord we want to make sure that no matter where you are what time it

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  • Financial Help | studyonline.ca
    at the start of the school year and Review your budget regularly allowing for possible changes in your life Use these budget calculators to estimate your expenses and income Durham College Online Budget Calculator University of Western Ontario Financial Calculator Knowing how much money you will need and learning how to manage your money is key to your success as a student Other funding options 30 Off Ontario Tuition Grant If you re a full time student at a public college or university in Ontario you could be eligible to get 30 off your tuition from the Ontario Government Lines of Credit In addition to loans and grants students can also get lines of credit available at most major Canadian financial institutions Second Career Second Career provides laid off workers with financial support and skills training They also help you find jobs that are in high demand Apprenticeships Need financial help to pay for your training and get started in your career This site lists programs you should know about The Lifelong Learning Plan LLP allows you to withdraw amounts from RRSPs to finance training or education for you or your spouse or common law partner You cannot use the RRSP funds to finance your children s training or education or the training or education of your spouse or common law partner s children Registered Education Savings Plans RESPs are special savings accounts that can help you save money for your post secondary education How can we help you call 1 877 999 9149 or Chat Live Find one of 112 online learning centres near you General Information Aboriginal students First generation learners Francophone students Students with disabilities Demo of online course Should I study online Where to get financial help Find your ideal career path Follow these five easy

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