Discover your options after Hignschool

Unsure about your post-secondary options? Collège Boréal is HERE for you! We offer a number of transition, career, and trades exploration opportunities. Contact us to see what we have to offer you and your high school!

In partnership with Destination Réussite and the School College Work Initiative, Collège Boréal offers a variety of transition and career exploration activities. These activities will allow you to:

  • visit Boréal campuses and get the college experience;
  • discover a variety of workshops and laboratories;
  • explore several programs and careers;
  • narrow down your choices.

 

Our activities:

Customized Workshops

Date/Place: all year (on demand)

Students: Grades 7-12 (in Northern, Southern, and Eastern Ontario)

Collège Boréal offers an array of interactive, educational, and practical workshops that are designed to meet student needs. Workshop duration and content vary based on grade level and group needs. Each workshop allows students meet and talk with experts, expand their knowledge, and discover career opportunities in various fields.

Link to Customized Workshop

 

College Exploration Days

Date/Place: at our Timmins campus on May 3-4, 2018, and our Sudbury campus on May 16-17, 2018

Students: Grades 10-11 (from Northern, Southern, and Eastern Ontario)

Collège Boréal is thrilled to welcome students taking part in College Exploration Days to be held in Timmins and Sudbury! This two-day event geared toward grade-10 and grade-11 students* allows participants to discover various post-secondary programs in a practical “hands-on” context. Students choose activities from a list of workshops offered in our specialized laboratories and led by our faculty experts. Participants get to experience college life over two days as Boréal students!

*Grade-12 students are also welcome!

 

Trades and Technology Exploration Day for Young Women: Central and Southwestern Ontario

Date/Place: at É. s. Le Caron on February 27, 2018, and É. s. c. Jean-Vanier on February 28, 2018

Students: Grade-10 and Grade-11 girls (Southern Ontario)

This event allows Grade-10 and Grade-11 girls to explore career opportunities in trades and technology through practical activities led by Collège Boréal faculty experts in specialized laboratories.

 

Trades and Technology Exploration Day for Young Women: Northern Ontario

Date/Place: at our Sudbury campus on March 8, 2018

Students: Grade-10 and Grade-11 girls (Northern Ontario)

This event allows Grade-10 and Grade-11 girls to explore career opportunities in trades and technology through practical activities led by Collège Boréal faculty experts in specialized laboratories.

 

PEDMAS

Date/Place: at our Sudbury campus on May 1, 2018, and our Timmins campus on May 3, 2018

Students: Grade 9 (Northern Ontario)

This event allows students to apply classroom concepts to a workplace setting. Workshops are designed to allow groups to learn the practical side of specific concepts (i.e., geometry, fractions, percentages, area & volume, and the Pythagorean theorem, etc.). Students will be challenged during the workshop and will better understand how math concepts apply to various fields, including trades, health, environment, business, and community services.

 

C.O.M.I.T. (Challenge optimal des métiers, innovations et technologies)

Date/Place: at our Sudbury campus on March 6, 2018

Students: Grades 11-12 (Northern and Southern Ontario)

Collège Boréal is proud to host this friendly competition allowing Ontario’s French-speaking students in grades 11 and 12 to apply their skills in a trade of their choice. C.OM.I.T. also allows students to gain experience prior to competing in the Skills Canada regional and provincial qualifying competitions.

 

Impact Boréal – Career Exploration

Date/Place:

  • at our Timmins campus on May 30, 2018,
  • at our Sudbury campus on June 7, 2018,
  • at É. s. c. St-Joseph in Wawa on June 5, 2018,
  • at our Windsor campus on May 9, 2018,
  • at our Toronto campus on May 10, 2018

Students: Grades 7-8 (Northern and Southern Ontario)

This event is geared toward grade-7 and grade-8 students enrolled in a French-language school in Northern Ontario and grade-8 students enrolled in a French-language school in Central and Southwestern Ontario. Here, students are invited to spend a day at Boréal and benefit from an enriching experience learning about various career opportunities! Through educational, leisure, practical, and interactive activities, students will explore an array of fields and related career opportunities.