Published on August, 2012

Welcome Back!

August 31st, 2012; By Jasmin Bollman

September is upon us once again, and everyone at Jobs People Do would like to extend a warm “Welcome Back!” to all students, teachers and administrators from coast-to-coast! We are […]

Want to Give? How to Choose the Right Charity

August 31st, 2012; By Jasmin Bollman

There are so many charities in Canada, it is hard to choose which one to give your hard-earned dollar to. Perhaps you want to organize a fundraiser, but you want […]

Forming A Study Group

August 29th, 2012; By Erik McKay

One of the main benefits of a post-secondary education is the environment that it cultivates and the community of like-minded individuals that inhabits it. Whether you are in a lab, […]

Career Ideas for Those with English Majors

August 26th, 2012; By Benjamin Roussey

You did just the right thing by going ahead and following your dreams of studying English. Your dreams are just going to get rosier! Gone are the days when a […]

How Animals Survive the Arctic Tundra

August 22nd, 2012; By Canadian Wildlife Federation

The Arctic tundra, a snowy biome that is housed within the Arctic Circle, is characterized by freezing temperatures, strong winds and permafrost. Yet, despite being one of harshest environments on […]

High School Community Involvement

August 22nd, 2012; By Jenny Burr

In Ontario, all high school students attending public, private, independent and catholic schools are expected to complete 40 hours or more of community involvement work. The decision for this was […]

Voluntary Internships and Volunteer Work

August 21st, 2012; By Jenny Burr

Your graduation day has come and gone. Ideally, finding work in your main area of study is what most hope to achieve. For some recent grads, work is immediately obtained […]