Published on February, 2015

Job Profile: Book Publisher

February 24th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Books are amazing things. You can pick one up and travel to a world of elves, fairies, and exciting adventures. Or you can pick up another one to find out […]

Workspace “Feng-Shui”

February 24th, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

Ever wonder why you can’t get any work done? It’s possible that your environment is contributing to your lack of productivity. Everyone has different preferences for their ideal study space. […]

Real Jobs: Hot Dog Vendor

February 24th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Some jobs seem like they can’t be real – just think of being a hot dog vendor.  Everyone loves hot dogs, and it seems like a dream that you could […]

March Scholarships of the Month – Apply Now!

February 20th, 2015; By Jasmin Bollman

Another month, another list of great scholarships and bursaries that can help fund your educational ambitions! Remember to read the full description in the links to ensure you are eligible […]

Residence & Campus Accessibility

February 17th, 2015; By Transition Resource Guide

RESIDENCE ACCESSIBILITY Most residence buildings offer accommodations to students with disabilities or other special needs. During the residence application process, there is often a Special Needs Form that students can […]

Offices for Students with Disabilities

February 17th, 2015; By Transition Resource Guide

Educational institutions have a legal obligation to provide reasonable accommodations that promote equity for people who have disabilities. To adhere to their legal obligation, provincial/territorial governments provide publicly funded colleges […]

Disabled Students’ Leadership On-Campus

February 17th, 2015; By NEADS

Student leadership and disabled student groups are important on post-secondary campuses if positive change is to occur. Just as a student council is a vital tool for bringing the needs […]