Beginning March 16, 2020 students may research job opportunities in the Employer Directory on www.NBSEED.ca. This program provides eligible students with a summer job of up to twelve weeks in duration with a New Brunswick employer between April 27th and September 4th, 2020
To be eligible students must be a Grade 12 student attending a full-time post-secondary institution in the fall of 2020.
Scholarships, application process and funding is always available on such sites as:
Scholar Tree website containing hundreds of scholarships opporunities http://scholartree.ca
The scholarship board has been updated with lots of exciting new information for those graduating and even a little something for those who are not. Drop by and check it out!!!
If looking for information on a particular university or to just consult with Ms. Elliott about your options, drop by the Guidance Office on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Fridays.and Ms Elliott will be more than happy to help.
New Material will be put out as it arrives :)
NBCC will be here to do a presentation with all grade 11 students who may be interested. Any questions please feel free to see Ms. Elliott
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CNBA in collaboration with Student Financial Services is happy to offer a presentation concerning student loans for upcoming potential graduates along with their parents/guardians on Friday March 27 at 1:30 pm here at the school. Any questions feel free to contact Ms. Elliott (Guidance) here at the school
"Future Student Event" for students and parents/guardians on February 19 at 7:00 pm in the Student Union Building Ballroom, UNB Fredericton.
.Students and parents will learn about programs and academic options and about successfully transitioning to university. You will learn about support services offered at UNB, scholarships, tips for living in residence and advice on how to succeed academically.
Grade 12 students will also have the opportunity to have their applications assessed at the session. All you need to do is:
Arrive by 6:30pm
Apply online (apply.unb.ca) prior to the event
Bring your high school transcript, grade 12 course list, and application fee (65.00 domestic student or 125.00 international student) if you did not already pay online.
Students and parents can register by visiting unb.ca/recruitment.
A photographer from Harvey Studios will be at CNBA to take Graduation Gown shots. All potential graduates must have their gown shots done by Harvey Studios in order to have pghotos in the yearbook and on the composite. The sitting fee is $20.00. Each student will receive proofs in case you want to order photos. If gown photos twere already taken by Harvey Studios at an earlier date, then there is no need to have them retaken, unless you want to do so.
Following the individual photos, a bus will transport the potential graduates to two off site locations for outdoor group shots (weather permitting).