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.
Date/time: all year (based on demand)
Students: grades 7 to 12 (from Northern, Southern and Eastern Ontario)
Collège Boréal offers a range of interactive practical and educational workshops specially designed for students. Workshops vary in length according to the requests, their content is adapted to the students’ grade level and they provide students with opportunities to talk to experts, to deepen their knowledge and to discover professional and career opportunities in various fields.
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Date/time: Timmins campus, February 26-27, 2019
Students: grades 10 and 11 (Northern Ontario)
Collège Boréal’s Timmins campus, in partnership with French-language school boards and IJECT, the French arm of the School/College/Work Initiative, is pleased to welcome students to Future Camps, February 26-27, 2019. This annual activity specially designed for grade 10 and 11 students (grade 12 students are welcome, too), is an opportunity to discover fields of post-secondary education in a practical context.
C.O.M.I.T. (Challenge optimal des métiers, innovations et technologies
Date/time: Sudbury campus, Februrary 28, 2019
Students: grades 11 and 12 (Northern Ontario)
Collège Boréal, in partnership with Destination réussite, is proud to host a friendly competition that provides Francophone grade 11 and 12 students with an opportunity to test their skills in a trade or technology of their choice. C.O.M.I.T. also helps students who are considering taking part in Skills Ontario regional or provincial Qualifying Competitions to prepare, to raise their confidence level and to further their technical knowledge.
Girls in Trades: Northern Ontario
Date/time: Timmins campus, April 24, 2019
Students: girls in grades 9 and 10 (Northern Ontario)
On April 24, 2019, Collège Boréal Timmins, in partnership with Destination réussite, will welcome girls in grades 9 and 10 from area school boards. Workshops and presentations will introduce girls to career opportunities in the fields of trades and technology.
Impact Boréal – Career exploration
- Toronto campus, April 30, 2019
- Windsor campus, May 1, 2019
- Timmins campus, May 14, 2019
Students: grades 7 and 8 (Northern and Southern Ontario)
In partnership with IJECT, the French arm of the School/College/Work Initiative, Collège Boréal is organizing a range of career exploration activities for Northern Ontario grade 7 and 8 students and Central-Southwest grade 8 students. In a variety of fun, practical and interactive activities, students will explore fields of study and career possibilities.
Date/time: Sudbury campus, May 15-16, 2019
Students: grades 10 and 11, (Northern, Central-Southwestern and Eastern Ontario)
Collège Boréal, in partnership with French-language school boards and IJECT, the French arm of the School/College/Work Initiative, is pleased to welcome your students to Future Camps on May 15-16, 2019. This annual activity specially designed for grade 10 and 11 students (grade 12 students are welcome, too), is an opportunity to discover various career possibilities in interactive workshops facilitated by our expert teachers. Students will be able to choose from various disciplines in the fields of health, community services, trades, business, the environment and many more.
Girls in Trades: Central-Southwestern Ontario
Date/time: École secondaire Le Caron, May 28, 2019
Students: grade 9 and 10 girls (Southern Ontario)
On May 28, 2019, École secondaire Le Caron, in partnership with Collège Boréal and Destination réussite, will welcome grade 9 and 10 girls from area school boards. In workshops and presentations, girls will learn about career possibilities in the fields of technology and trades.