The 2013 Employment Profile provide data and information on postsecondary education and employment to help guidance counsellors, students, their families, and others support better decision making about postsecondary education and career planning.
York University received a three-year grant in 2008 to launch a peer-to-peer mentoring program for students with Asperger’s syndrome. This mentoring program offers renewed hope for students with Asperger and others mental health challenges. Asperger Syndrome is an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), although Asperger’s Syndrome can be first detecting in childhood, many individuals are not diagnosed until well into adolescence or adulthood.
Giving students awareness on the advantages and uses of attending a job fair; What is it? What’s in it for you? How to make the most of your time at a job fair! For more information, visit: View
As Canada’s population ages and Baby Boomers retire, healthy campus recruiting and retention will play an increasingly crucial role in balancing our labour issues and growing Canada’s economy.
Who’s eligible for the Ability Edge paid internship program? Recent graduates with self-declared disabilities who: have a college diploma/certificate or university bachelor’s degree have little or no career related work experience are legally able to work in Canada have not previously accepted an Ability Edge or Career Edge paid internship
Online Academic Transition Tool designed to help students select a career / major that REALLY motivates them and choose a college or university that meets their distinctive learning preferences and behavioral style. Our program includes a comprehensive behavioral profile and interest inventory to help students make better academic and campus life decisions.
Our online Directory of Canadian Universities Database can help you discover where to study what in Canada.
The Blueprints for Student Success website comes out of the Supporting Student Success research project which examines how colleges and universities support students to achieve their academic and personal goals. In our conversations with college and university students, we heard time and time again that students were unsure how to navigate the maze of offices and the countless webpages on their institutional website. Students didn’t know the difference between ‘Student Life’ and ‘Campus Life.’ What are ‘Student Affairs and Services’? Essentially, students wanted to understand whom they should turn to when they need help?
Bright Ideas is a new initiative by TalentEgg that aims to crowd-source solutions to improve youth employment in Canada. Submit your own idea or vote for others’ to help us improve the youth employment situation.