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April 20
King's in Halifax - Humanities for Young People Webinar Series

In May, King’s in Halifax will be hosting Plague Sundays!, a series of bi-weekly webinars to ponder and process this plague year together. Please find more information here: https://hyp.ukings.ca/

April 16

POWER UP is a YMCA of Fredericton initiative for high-school aged youth. The goal of POWER UP is to provide a safe space for youth on Friday nights and provide them opportunities to develop positive life skills.

 -By bringing youth together in a safe space, participants will be encouraged to participate in healthy activities, such as physical activity, and they will have the opportunity to gain valuable life skills such as volunteering and resume building. POWER UP will provide youth the chance to choose their own activities which will offer freedom of choice. This program will be hosted at the YMCA Fredericton on 570 York Street, with potential to have outings off-site at various locations around the city (i.e. Fredericton Bouldering Co-op, Odell Park, UNB Reds sporting events etc.). To make this program accessible to all, the program will be free to all participants.

-Please find all program information and the program registration form attached. For any youth that is interested please have them and their parent(s)/guardians fill out the form and send it back to me via email. They are also welcome to drop their forms off at the YMCA Fredericton location at 570 York Street. Please note, if dropping forms off at the YMCA ensure to direct the forms to Liam Pyke.

 -The registration period will being immediately and end Friday, May 7th.



Phone: (506) 462-3000 ext. 121

Email: liam.pyke@ymcafredericton.org


Please note the following:

-          This program is inclusive and encourages youth of all abilities, genders, and physical activities levels to join.

-          This program will only operate if government COVID-19 restrictions allow​

YMCA POWER-UP Registration Form.docxYMCA POWER-UP Registration Form.docx

YMCA POWER UP - Program Description.pdfYMCA POWER UP - Program Description.pdf

April 16
Fredericton Branch #04 & Ladies Auxiliary Bursary Applications Forms
April 14
Trades program at NBCC

April is Trades Month!

During the month of April, come speak with an instructor and have all your questions answered about taking a Trades program at NBCC. Speak in-person on campus, or chat virtually.

There’s never been a better time to take a trade. Trades are booming right now in New Brunswick and it’s projected in the next 3 years, there will be over 3500 new trade jobs.*

Just for attending (either live or virtually), students will be entered to win a Makita 18V Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Piece Combo Kit valued at $700. (Contest open to Canadian residents only)

For more information or to book a visit, go to: https://nbcc.ca/visit-us/trades-info-sessions​

April 12
University of Toronto
April 12
Dalhousie Virtual Preview Days (April 19-30)

Virtual Preview Day programming is coming up between April 19 and 30. Live sessions and on-demand web content will be available to students during this period.  


Students will have the opportunity to explore recorded lectures, demonstrations, articles and more through on-demand web content.  


Live session attendees will have the opportunity to connect with advisors, faculty and students and hear what it’s like to study with us. They'll get advice from current students and have the opportunity to ask questions. 


Sessions are being offered for the following faculties & schools:


Arts & Social Sciences
Computer Science
Health & Human Performance
Commerce & Management


Full event details and registration are at dal.ca/previewdays.​

April 12
Spring into UNB!

​The University of New Brunswick will be hosting virtual future student events on a weekly basis all spring! Whether you are undecided on university or have applied or been admitted, there is an event for each stage of your journey to UNB. These live events are a great opportunity to interact with UNB staff and students and get all your questions answered on the spot. You can RSVP online at UNB.ca/futurestudents or by googling “UNB events” and clicking the first link. Each event will also feature fast-track admissions and a draw for a UNB sweater and other prizes.​

March 26
Leadership 120 Application Form

​ This form is now located in the GUIDANCE OFFICE.

March 25
Connecto is offering a newly developed  “Student Loans & Bursaries Workshop”
March 17
Student loan presentation for NB High Schools
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