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  • Oct 11, 2022
    02:20 PM - 03:20 PM
    University of Alberta
    University of Alberta
    Oct 11, 2022
    02:20 PM - 03:20 PM
    LeBoldus Student Services
    A recruiter from the University of Alberta will be at LeBoldus to speak with any students who are interested in learning more about their institution. The presentation will cover: programs, campus life, and admission requirements. It is an excellent opportunity for students to have any of their questions answered. Students in grades 10 through 12 are welcome and encouraged to attend.

    See you Guidance Counsellor by October 9th to register.
  • Nov 08, 2022
    09:45 AM - 03:00 PM
    See Your Future Career Fair
    See Your Future Career Fair
    Nov 08, 2022
    09:45 AM - 03:00 PM
    Evraz Place
    The event is presented in a high-quality trade show approach with interactive display booths. The universities, colleges and organizations with in-house training bring expertise and innovation in a variety of fields. Students are provided with in-depth information in the form of literature, technological demonstrations, seminar presentations and one-on-one consultations.

    Students need to self-register for this event. Be sure to take a look at the participating institutions as well as the scheduled presentation times so that you decide what time would be best for you to go. The event runs all day, but you will only need 1.5-2 hours there.

‚Äč‚ÄčStaff

‚ÄčRhonda.jpgRhonda Horvath

(306) 791-7250
r.horvath@rcsd.ca

Denise.png‚ÄčDenise Endicott

(306) 791-7250
‚Äčd.endicott@rcsd.ca‚Äč

 

Indigenous High School Advisor

Relationships and mentoring

  • Building close, supportive relationships with Indigenous students.

  • Bridging communication with school staff

  • Build on-going relationships with First Nations and M√©tis Community

  • Connect Indigenous students with community supports

  • Supporting Truth and Reconciliation initiatives in the school 

Transitions

  • Supporting transitions from elementary school to high school

  • Supporting transitions between high school and post-secondary school.

Cultural Engagement

  • Developing a sense of belonging for Indigenous students through cultural activities.

  • Creating understanding for non-indigenous students through cultural activities.

 Academics / Career planning / guidance

  • Connection to tutoring, course planning, peer mentoring and role modeling.

  • Credit tracking & planning

  • Exposing Indigenous students to career possibilities and supporting their pursuit. 

Parental engagement

  • Encouraging dialogue between parents, school and student.

  • Provide opportunities for parents to engage in activities.


Resource Officer

Constable Matt Rieger
School: 791-7250 

mrieger@reginapolice.ca‚Äč‚Äč

Constable Rieger is the resource officer for LeBoldus, as well as for several south elementary schools. He is available to help students and parents with legal or personal issues.‚Äč‚Äč

Subject Selection


‚ÄčGuidance and Counselling Services

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‚ÄčPersonal

Personal counselling is available to all students regarding: 

  • decision making 
  • peer issues 
  • social situations 
  • family issues 
  • conflict 
  • referral to outside agencies‚Äč

‚ÄčAcademic

Counsellors offer support in many areas such as:

  • course selection and placement 
  • timetabling 
  • study skills 
  • transition issues (gr. 8 - gr. 9) and (gr.12 - post secondary) 
  • credit checks 
  • grad status reports 
  • Ministry of Sask.evaluations 
  • obtaining transcripts for post secondary‚Äč

‚Äč‚ÄčVocational

Counsellors provide information and facilitate processes on:

  • career searches
  •  scholarships 
  • letters of reference 
  • resume writing * interest inventories 
  • financial aid 
  • spend-a-day programs 
  • study and/or travel abroad
  • application workshops ‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč

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‚ÄčLinks to Post-Secondary Opportunities

 

1. Post Secondary Institutions Access Sites

‚ÄčThese sites provides access to ALL public and private post secondary institutions in Canada. They also have links to other public post secondary institutions worldwide.

2. The Homepage for Human Resources Development Canada.


Their mission is.to enable Canadians to participate fully in the workplace and the community. It includes the National Job Bank and other National Labour Market Information is available.

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3. Youth Resource Network of Canada.

This site is "one-stop shopping" for young Canadians with links to a range of tools and information from.governments and community organizations. Resources through this site help young people make informed decisions about careers and skills. At this site also offers links to other sites featuring Canada's educational institutions, financial assistance, reports and publications. The site is connected to Industry Canada's National Graduate Register which links graduates with.potential employers.

 4‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč. Canada Career Consortium

This is a comprehensive source of Career interaction sponsored by a consortium of groups from the government and private sector.

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5. The College Board on Line.

This is a comprehensive link to U.S. colleges, SAT information and registration.

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6. Career Builder

One of the top 30 trafficked websites in the world, CareerBuilder.com has turned its focus to international markets in recent years. With offices in the U.S., Canada, UK, Sweden and more, CareerBuilder continues to expand around the world, and has unlimited professional opportunities to offer global-minded individuals.

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7. CanLearn Interactive

This is an easy to use, one-step web-resource that will explore career possibilities, identify education and training requirements, develop learning strategies and create financial plans to achieve goals.

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