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Editor's Note

Have a wonderful summer!

With May well underway, we find ourselves at the exciting crossroads of the academic year and the vibrant days of summer. June is not just a transition in seasons but also the conclusion of another school year. It’s a time for reflection, celebration, and looking forward to new beginnings.

This year, just as flowers bloom anew, so do opportunities and dreams for students. As we prepare to close this chapter and take a well-deserved summer break, we reflect on the journey. Each article in this issue, from career profiles like those of set designers and communications equipment operators to explorations of Canadian undergraduate tuition fees, has been crafted by our writers to provide you with knowledge and guidance as you navigate your educational and career goals.

This issue doesn’t just look inward but also outward to the broader economic factors that affect student life, such as tuition fees. These pieces aim to equip you with a deeper understanding of the financial world of higher education in Canada, preparing you for the decisions that lie ahead.

Remember that each end is merely a new beginning. As always, JPD is here to offer stepping stones to your next big adventure — whether it’s a summer job, a new semester, or a leap into the workforce. We hope to provide both inspiration and practical advice for whatever comes next.

Here’s to a summer filled with sunshine, rest, and rejuvenation. Enjoy the break; you’ve earned it! JPD will be back in the fall with fresh perspectives and new stories to tell. In the meantime, also be sure to check out our video interviews with Canadian professionals.

Warm regards,

Anthony Teles
Vice-President, Content

Featured Articles

Preparing for College Applications: A Comprehensive Guide

by Tiffany Chang
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High school can be a very eventful time. From choosing your courses and meeting new people to securing long-lasting friendships and exploring extracurricular opportunities, students do a lot during these […]


Indigenous Student Scholarships for May 2024

by Anthony Teles
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Electro-Federation Scholarships for Indigenous Students Scholarship Value: $3,500 Awards Available: 10 Award Deadline: June 7, 2024   Four Directions Scholarship Scholarship Value: $1,000 Awards Available: 4 Award Deadline: June 28, […]


May 2024 Scholarships – Apply now!

by Anthony Teles
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Canada’s Luckiest Student 2024 Scholarship Value: $50,000 Awards Available: 1 Award Deadline: May 31, 2024   University of New Brunswick: Win Free Tuition for 2024 Scholarship Value: $10,400 Awards Available: […]


Benefits of Outdoor Education in Early Childhood

by Susan Huebert
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After a long day at school, spending time outside can be a good way to relax. However, the outdoors can be part of learning, even before children begin school. Outdoor […]


Career Profile: Communications Equipment Operators

by Susan Huebert
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Have you ever been talking with someone on the phone when the sound suddenly cut out? Maybe you were listening to the radio or watching television when it stopped working. […]


Career Profile: Set and Exhibit Designers

by Susan Huebert
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If you go to a movie, a play, or a museum, you might barely notice the background, but it is very important. It helps give people the context of the […]


A Guide to Scholarships and Aid for Career College Students

by Anthony Teles
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Navigating the world of financial aid can seem like an overwhelming task, especially when you’re eager to start your career education journey. However, understanding the scholarships and financial support available […]


From Student to Startup: How Career Colleges Propel Aspiring Entrepreneurs into Business Tycoons

by Anthony Teles
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Ever dreamt of turning your million-dollar idea into reality or pitching your startup on a big stage? It’s a thrilling journey many aspire to, and career colleges across Canada are […]


Exploring the Fast Track to Employment: How Career Colleges Accelerate Job Readiness in Ontario and BC

by Anthony Teles
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In today’s fast-paced economy, job readiness is more crucial than ever. As traditional educational pathways often take years to complete, many students are turning to alternative education forms that can […]


Microlearning in Career Education: Adapting to the Needs of Modern Learners

by Anthony Teles
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Imagine learning a new skill in just the time it takes to finish your morning coffee. That’s the power of microlearning—a modern educational approach that fits perfectly into the fast-paced, […]


Unique and Niche Programs Offered by Canadian Career Colleges

by Anthony Teles
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Welcome to the exciting world of Canadian career colleges, where education meets innovation and practical skills lead to real jobs! Unlike traditional universities, career colleges in Ontario and BC are […]


A Brief Look at the State of Canadian Undergraduate Tuition Fees

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By Jacob Aron Leung When it comes to choosing a post-secondary institution to attend, there are many factors. Many students consider if the place offers a program they’re interested in, […]


Cultural Festivals in Toronto: Celebrating Diversity in 2024

by Susan Huebert
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Every year, many people in Canada like to go to concerts and other events in the cities or towns nearby or far away. In Toronto, many cultural festivals are available […]


Role of Counsellors in BC High Schools

by Susan Huebert
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Suppose that you needed help with planning your future career or with an issue at school. You might decide to go talk to the school counsellor. People in this profession […]


Tips for Finding Out Post-Secondary School Student Services

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By Jacob Aron Leung For many new students, going to post-secondary can be overwhelming. A whole new school means lots of opportunities to meet people and learn new things. One […]