Helpful Links

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Community Support & ResourcesHelpful Links

Kinark Child and Family Services - is a children's mental health organization that provides help to children, youth, families and communities.

Need Help Now - The site offers tips on how to removed a sexual picture or video of yourself being posted on the Internet, how to get other teens to stop sharing the content with one another, and who to turn to for help if the situation spirals out of control

Clarington Public Library offers resources available in a variety of formats and technologies, and a range of programs and services to every age.


Post Secondary Information

Applying to Post Secondary - a SSCSS document that explains how to get started, and contains important dates, scholarship/award information, and useful website links.

Awards/Scholarships/Loans - learn about various scholarship programs, their admission requirements and due dates.

Canlearn.ca- information on funding your post-secondary education with links to all Canadian colleges and universities.

Career Cruising - a comprehensive, interactive career guidance resource with information you need to make the right career choice.

Ontario College Application Centre - learn about Ontario's colleges, search college programs or apply to colleges in Ontario.

Ontario College Information - college resources from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities - learn about admission requirements, find a program, or search programs by category, location, language, and program type for colleges, universities and training institutions.

Ontario School Counsellors' Association - a resource for teacher/counsellors, students, parents and the community for job search information, career development resources, ministry policy documents, and resources to assist students with their social/emotional needs.

Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance - represents the interests of over 145,000 professional and undergraduate, full-time and part-time university students at nine student associations across Ontario. Their vision is for an accessible, affordable, accountable and high quality post-secondary education in Ontario. 

Ontario Universities Application Centre - is a central bureau, located in Guelph, Ontario, whose key function is the processing of applications for admission to the province's universities.

Post Secondary Web Sites (PDF) - a HCSS document to get you thinking about your post secondary options including apprenticeship programs, college and university. Contains useful website links.

School Finder - information on more than 700 Canadian universities, colleges and career colleges, including admission requirements, costs, programs and contact details.

Skilled Trades.ca - search for apprenticeship opportunities, job openings, skilled trades resources and more.

Youth Canada (Government of Canada) - resources for youth on jobs, careers, education, money and health.