SCWI Spring 2016 Newsletter
Once again, this issue highlights the ongoing success of the dual credit programs as they continue to support young people from every part of the province, and every dimension of challenge and opportunity. Programs continue to grow and flourish throughout Ontario in both English and French jurisdictions. The programs outlined herein reveal not only the broadening scope of opportunities offered to students, but also the creativity and innovation of colleges and boards that work hard to bring students together. in new and creative ways.
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SCWI Fall 2015 Newsletter
SCWI is proud to offer the Fall 2015 digital edition of the newsletter. This edition celebrates the tenth year of success for the dual credit program. It highlights the outstanding work of all who have contributed to its creation and growth. Our thanks go to Ministry, the School Boards and Colleges from all over the province who contribute daily to students from all over Ontario. Special thanks to the many staff at all levels whose resolve, determination and creativity anchor dual credits. The hundreds of programs, activities, and forums profiled from all 16 RPT's show the breadth and depth of opportunities available. Perhaps most important, our thanks go to the many students profiled here, whose pathway to meaningful and successful careers is shown within. They exemplify all of our students who find their way to the dual credit program and stand for its ongoing success.
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Newsletter, Summer 2015(George Brown)
The main topics include:
- Dual Credit Student Finds out it Pays to be Successful
- GBC Dual Credit Bursary
- Good Eats at George Brown
- and much more...
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Dual Credit Peer Mentoring Program
Humber offers Peer Mentor sessions before class for Dual Credit students, through the Department of Student Success and Engagement.
Full-time Humber students volunteer and are trained by a Peer Mentor Facilitator.
As many as 55 Dual Credit students have participated in a week with up to 6 Humber Peer Mentors.
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CSAP Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 3
The College Student Achievement Project (CSAP) collects data on student achievement in
first-year college mathematics and language courses and publishes annual reports containing
analyses of this data on a provincial basis. It also provides an interactive online database
for colleges and school boards to access information relating to their own institutions.
Download the November 2014 issue of CSAP News
[George Brown College]
Success for our Summer SWAC Students!
For the second year in a row, George Brown College offered Summer School Within A College (SWAC) programs in partnership with Toronto District School Board. Three summer programs provided an opportunity for TDSB students to earn high school and college credits in a College environment.
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