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The Society of Rural Physicians of Canada has launched the Rural Outreach and Mentorship Initiative to help rural high school students access one-on-one mentorship with medical students. If you are considering a career in medicine in the future, you may have questions about pathways to medicine, the application process, and how you can best prepare for applying to medical schools in Canada. In rural areas, it can be especially difficult and costly to find answers to these questions. By signing up for this free program, you will have access to panel discussions on medical school application topics, and you will be matched with a medical student for one-on-one mentorship!

If you are interested, please fill in the google form below to get started. You can contact:

[email protected] if you have any questions.


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Live the Canadian Experience!  Explore another region of Canada while learning French.  Have an adventure and make new friends this spring or summer.  Explore is a five-week intensive language-immersion program adapted to all skill levels.  Most expenses are covered including tuition fees, meals, accommodations, workshops and mandatory activities. 

Attention grade 11 and 12 students!  Are you interested in pursuing your post-secondary in the United States?  You will have the opportunity to meet with American university reps and learn about the admissions process.  For more details, please go to Student Services.

Each year, top-performing Grades 10, 11 and 12 students participate in this month-long summer program, which is focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts & math) disciplines.

SHAD provides the unique opportunity to explore a university campus while still in high school, and experience higher learning in a supportive yet challenging environment.  Included are lectures, seminars and workshops, presentations by industry leaders, working in teams to simulate a 'start-up' project, and recreational activities.  Meanwhile, parents can rest assured that SHAD works intensively with our university campus partners to ensure student safety, well-being, and access to needed services.  For more information go to

Applications for the House of Commons Page Program are now available.  To apply students must be bilingual, have an average over 80% and be attending an Ottawa area university in the Fall of 2021.  For more information, please go to

Students can experience Ireland this summer while earning a grade 11 or 12 credit.  For more information, please go to

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