Published on December, 2013

Getting Your 40 Volunteer Hours

December 23rd, 2013; By Gale Blaylock

As you know, all high school students need to have 40 hours of community service in order to graduate. Use this information to discover where your 40 hours can best […]

I Want to Be a Ballerina

December 15th, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

Brooke Nagy is an 18 year old on a fast-track to becoming Canada’s next prima ballerina. Becoming a professional ballet dancer was not a decision Brooke made on a whim. It has taken a […]

I Dropped Out – But I Want to Go to College!

December 15th, 2013; By Nico Mara-McKay

For whatever reason, you didn’t make it through high school. That doesn’t mean that higher education is out of reach. There are a variety of options still available to you. […]

What to Do if Your Teacher is a Bully

December 13th, 2013; By Gale Blaylock

Wouldn’t it be great if all teachers were devoted to educating their students and dedicated to encouraging them? Unfortunately, this is not always the case. If you are under the […]

Why Students Should Join Professional Associations

December 13th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Once you’ve entered university and have started on your path towards your chosen career, you can look at joining professional associations. Students who join the associations in their related field […]

Students Going Green

December 12th, 2013; By EricaReid

Focusing on the sustainable environment as a student can help you reduce your ecological footprint while at the same time stepping in the right direction for your future career path. […]

We Can Make Canada’s Reality Match Its Image

December 12th, 2013; By David Suzuki Foundation

Canada is blessed with some of the last vestiges of pristine nature on Earth — unbroken forests, coastlines and prairies, thousands of rivers, streams and lakes, open skies, abundant fresh […]