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  • Célébrons les 20 ans de succès de l'IJECT : 1997 - 2017

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  • Célébrons les 20 ans de succès de l'IJECT : 1997 - 2017

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Another Successful RPT Chairs/Coordinators Meeting

Affiché : Mercredi 16 novembre 2016

November 2, 2016, Toronto

Once again this year Chairs and Coordinators from the 16 RPt's gathered in Toronto to share ideas, initiatives and data arising from both last year's succesful programs and the start of another great year.

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L’Ontario élargit le programme de Majeure Haute Spécialisation et le Programme à double reconnaissance de crédit

Affiché : Lundi 14 septembre 2015

Le 8 septembre 2015, la ministre de l'Éducation a annoncé une hausse du financement des programmes à double reconnaissance de crédit. Vous trouverez dans l'hyperlien qui suit une copie du communiqué de presse, ainsi que le courriel associé de David Armstrong aux présidences des EPR.

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Institut d’été de l’IJECT – En plein dans le mille!

Affiché : Mardi 1 septembre 2015

Our second annual Summer Institute promises to become a much-valued tradition and a welcome start to the school year for SCWI.

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Toronto Sun Shines on Durham Centre for Success

Posted: Friday, April 3, 2015

In March. 2015, the Toronto Sun highlighted the success of dual credits by focusing on student Amanda Moore , promising paralegal par excellence.
Click link:
http://www.torontosun.com/2015/03/30/one-size-does-not-fit-all

 
Double reconnaissance de crédit : une porte d’entrée aux études postsecondaires en français

Affiché : Jeudi 19 février 2015

Le Rempart de Windsor desservant les francophones du Sud-Ouest vante les avantages des programmes à double reconnaissance de crédit pour les élèves du secondaire.

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Le programme de la DRC à l'École secondaire catholique Thériault

Affiché : Jeudi 29 janvier 2015

Le programme de la DRC à l'École secondaire catholique Thériault louangé dans le Timmins Daily Press du 17 décembre 2014.

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Fanshawe College REACH program sponsors dual credit Art exhibition.

Affiché : Jeudi 22 janvier 2015

Dual Credit programs often bring technology-focused program to mind.
Here, the Clinton Record showcases a very successful partnership between Fanshawe College and Goderich Collegiate which produced an excellent Arts : Painting and Sculpture display by Grade 11 and 12 students.
Link to article:
http://www.clintonnewsrecord.com/2015/01/21/local-art-exhibit-brings-attention-to-fanshawes-dual-credit-program

 
Réunion des personnes à la présidence et à la coordination des EPR de novembre 2014

Affiché : Mardi 18 novembre 2014

Lancement réussi de l’année scolaire 2014-2015 : David Armstrong et Frank Kelly sont les hôtes de la rencontre des personnes à la présidence et à la coordination des EPR

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BOURSES DRC de LA CITÉ

Affiché : Jeudi 15 mai 2014

La Cité collégiale offre des Bourses - double reconnaissance de crédit aux étudiants ayant suivi des cours à DRC à La Cité et qui s'inscrivent à des études postsecondaires à temps plein.

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Conestoga Young Women Have a Blast!

Posted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Technology and Trades ( TNT) for young women was a thrilling opportunity for girls in the Avon Maitland District School Board to visit Conestoga College and experience hands-on training in welding, electrical, and carpentry. Exciting career opportunities  are opening up for women in non-traditional professions.

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With a Little Help From My Friends (at Durham College)

Posted: Thursday, January 30, 2014

Durham College Centre for Success was approached by Sarah, in need of just that extra bit of assistance to begin her journey to become a nurse. Her story exemplifies all that SCWI is about.

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Concepteur du nouveau logo de l’IJECT (DRC)

Affiché : Jeudi 30 janvier 2014

Présentation du nouveau logo de l’IJECT, œuvre de Tommy Beke, 15 ans, élève de 11 année à Guelph. Prenez connaissance du logo et du programme associé à cette réalisation.

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Grade 11 Student Wins SCWI Logo Design Contest

Posted: Thursday, January 30, 2014

2014 marks the introduction of a bold and contemporary new logo for SCWI, designed by 15-year-old student Tommy Beke, Grade 11 student in Guelph. Read about the amazing program that supported this young man, and the ceremony to celebrate its success.

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Carol Goar, Toronto Star Columnist, praises Seneca College Dual Credit Program

Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Check out this remarkable report on the success of immigrant Ravina Budhooram, whose journey from the Caribbean to success underscores the work of Kiley Bolton, coordinator of Seneca’s SCWI program, and supports the vital opportunities provided by dual credit coordinators, teachers and instructors across the province.

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Changing Young Lives, One Student at a Time

Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Read the remarkable story of Trevor, a young man with a deeply challenging past who has created a new future for himself with a lot of courage, determination and assistance from the SWAC instructors at Fanshawe College.

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SWAC Programs Bring Hope and History to First Nations Children

Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Teachers from Dufferin Peel and instructors from Sheridan College have teamed up to offer a unique opportunity for students to experience the unique history, culture and contributions of indigenous peoples in Canada.

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BOURSES DRC DU COLLÈGE BORÉAL

Affiché : Mardi 29 octobre 2013

En 2014-15 le Collège Boréal offrira 10 bourses d’une valeur de 500$ pour les étudiantes et les étudiants ayant complété un cours de DRC au collège Boréal et qui s'inscriront aux études à temps plein. Pour plus de détails,

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Bravo Jenna!

Affiché : Mardi 22 octobre 2013

L’école Jean-Vanier a vu une de ses élèves remporter la troisième place, soit une médaille de bronze, lors de la 24e Olympiade provinciale de Skills Competences Canada dans le domaine de la coiffure

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Ottawa students flourish in summer School-Within-a-College programs offered at Algonquin College.

Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The growing success of summer offerings for dual credit students is highlighted in this article from the Ottawa Citizen . It profiles the success of two students  for whom the summer SWC ( School-Within-a-College ) setting offered them a way forward from issues that had prevented them from completing secondary school. Their persona success stories put a human face on how these programs continue to turn lives around and redirect students who otherwise might abandon their goals. Over 1000 students joined the dual credit programs offered int he Ottawa area. It proves once again that dial credits, and especially summer SWAC programs are energizing students throughout the province.

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2013 Symposium Draw Prize Winners

Posted: Thursday, June 20, 2013

Congratulations to the winners of this year's symposium draw prizes! Thanks also to all who participated and whose enthusiasm and energy contributed to an excellent opportunity to meet, share, and to continue the great work these conferences highlight for our students throughout Ontario.

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La Cité collégiale offre des Bourses - 2013

Affiché : Lundi 15 avril 2013

La Cité collégiale offre des Bourses - double reconnaissance de crédit aux étudiants ayant suivi des cours à DRC à La Cité collégiale et qui s'inscrivent à des études postsecondaires à temps plein.

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Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Throne Speech Highlights Youth Opportunities

Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Premier Wynne’s throne speech on February 19th underscores the importance of the work that SCWI/IJECT does for youth, and suggests an ongoing solid commitment to programs that support and engage at-risk youth. Read this short excerpt

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The success of SWAC programs is measured in individual stories like this one in the February Sarnia Observer

Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013

The attached link honours the perseverance of two brave young girls who are profiled in the Sarnia Observer, February 2013. Their perseverance and determination found a home in Lambton College’s SWAC program, where they found acceptance, opportunity and the confidence to succeed.

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SWAC - AKA “ Students Wanting a Change “ at Archbishop Romero CSS

Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Issues of anti-bullying have entered the provincial and global spotlight after recent tragic events which have led to suicides. Recently, SWAC students at Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School too a proactive approach to raising awareness among their peers to stop the spread of this toxic anti-social behaviour.

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Like Mother, Like Daughter - Dual Credits drive young entrepreneur to follow in mother’s footsteps

Posted: Sunday, January 6, 2013

Johanna Lazaro’s dual credit experience at Algonquin College has supported her goal to follow in her mother’s footsteps as an independent business woman Algonquin College has provided her a strong grounding in business fundamentals which will support her diverse interests in music, the arts, and astrology in the business world.

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Never a Better Time

Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012

“Believe in yourself and do not give up “ (Elder Advice) . Be sure to see and share the stories of 11 aboriginal Students attached in this remarkable set of cards produced for the “ Picture Yourself at College Forum”. It highlights the accomplishments possible through the Aboriginal Roadmap for Post Secondary Education and is a must-see for any RPT’s supporting Bands around the province.

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Cardinal Carter Students dish up awards in Cooking Competition at St. Clair College

Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012

The third annual Iron Gryphon Competition at St. Clair College brought together cooking students from W F Herman Secondary School and Cardinal Carter Secondary School in the dual credit program for culinary arts were challenged to use to use locally grown ingredients to prepare 3 dishes in 60 minutes for a team of distinguished judges. Winners took home an apprenticeship toolkit and the coveted award.

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Sheridan College motivates Grade 7 & 8 students to consider College Pathways

Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012

Early in May of 2012, Sheridan College ( RPT 2) invited over six hundred young people in Grades 7 and 8 from Halton Catholic, Peel and Dufferin-Peel Catholic school boards, to experience workshops and activities that would motivate them to be future-focused in their schooling and to consider the wide variety of programs and opportunties afforded by SCWI.

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Prends ta place au 1 rue Yonge

Affiché : Vendredi 25 mai 2012

En été 2012, le Collège Boréal emménage dans de nouvelles installations au 3ème étage de l’immeuble du Toronto Star au 1 rue Yonge, dans des installations qui changeront grandement le quotidien de nos étudiantes et de nos étudiants. Sous un seul et même toit, les étudiants peuvent maintenant bénéficier d’une gamme des programmes et services offerts historiquement aux sites des rues College et Carlaw.

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L’art de la cuisine à Windsor!

Affiché : Lundi 30 avril 2012

Tabliers et chapeaux en main, voilà nos chefs en herbes qui arrivent pour leur première expérience collégiale. En effet, des élèves de l’école secondaire E.J.Lajeunesse et de l’école secondaire L’Essor débarquent sur le campus du collège Boréal à Windsor pour entamer le tout premier cours à double reconnaissance de crédits en arts culinaires livré entièrement en français dans la région.

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La Cité collégiale offre des Bourses

Affiché : Jeudi 16 février 2012

La Cité collégiale offre des Bourses - double reconnaissance de crédit aux étudiants ayant suivi des cours à DRC à La Cité collégiale et qui s'inscrivent à des études postsecondaires à temps plein.

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George Brown College Announces Dual Credit Bursary Award Winners

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Shelagh Taber Walsh (SCWI coordinator at George Brown’s downtown Toronto campus) has announced the first 4 winners of their new Dual Credit Bursary Award winners, offering financial assistance to young people whose determination affirms how Dual Credits are re-making opportunities and lives.

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Dual Credit Supports Students from the "Ground" Up

Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Recently, a Bell High School student was interviewed about his journey into Algonquin College and a strong career direction as an Electrician. Career Cruising in Grade 10 led to a successful co-op placement several years ago. From there, this young man has entered Algonquin College and a highly successful and potentially lucrative career decision in the dual credit program.

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Dual Credits Are Trending

Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

A recent survey suggests strongly that college education may be the preferred pathway to future employment throughout Ontario.

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Seneca and YCDSB share an outstanding student success story

Posted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Jeffery Rainey has not allowed his visual impairment to sidetrack his determination to become a successful audio engineer. With the assistance of strong collaborative staff, he is thriving in Business courses at Seneca and Cardinal Carter.

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Construction and Manufacturing Dual Credits get article in Kitchener Post

Posted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

A good news story in the Kitchener Post highlights students who are getting hands-on experience in high demand trades while earning credits toward their high school diploma. This is a result of the ongoing partnership between Waterloo Boards and Conestoga College.

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Upper Canada Dual Credit on the Fast Track to Fine Food

Posted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

In the Upper Canada District School Board Seaway District High School’s Teresa Palmer earned her chef’s certificate and three credits by working both on-line and at Algonquin College to complete her program in record time.

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Dual Credits Night Courses lead to Success for At-Risk Students

Posted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

A partnership between the Catholic School Board and Fleming College has created several new courses for students who are unable to attend day school on a regular basis. Forty-five students who might have had to drop out have enrolled in these courses.

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Windsor student chefs wow judges

Posted: Monday, November 28, 2011

Just like the Food Network TV show, teams of Windsor high school student chefs were in a smack-down, pressure-cooker culinary challenge. The two teams in the recent final round went head-to-head at St. Clair College, preparing and plating three dishes in an hour with a secret ingredient revealed late in their menu planning.

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Iroquois Falls Students Build Mobile Welding Truck

Posted: Monday, November 28, 2011

Congratulations are in order for students from Iroquois Falls Secondary School. With the help of resourceful instructors, a wide advertising campaign and the generosity of their community, they are now the proud owners of one of the province’s  only student-built mobile welding trucks.

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Dual Credit Experience at Lambton College

Posted: Monday, November 28, 2011

“Try high school and college at the same time” – A Story from the Toronto Sun about the Dual Credit Experience at Lambton College.

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Exponential growth of the dual credit program at St. Lawrence College

Posted: Monday, November 28, 2011

November 24/2011: Chris Whitaker, Dean and CEO of St. Lawrence College talks about the exponential growth of the dual credit program at St. Lawrence and the vital importance of higher education in today’s competitive economy in this e-posting by Laura Tulchinsky.

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Upper Canada DSB Students find Success with Dual Credits

Posted: Friday, November 25, 2011

A Press Release from Upper Canada District School Board regarding students at TR Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education - Cornwall Campus. Featuring interviews with students in the accounting, film studies, photo journalism, human resources and personal support worker programs.

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