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Links for Students

  Adult Education services are available through the Trillium Lakelands District School Board
Canada logo CanLearn helps post-secondary students to save, plan and pay for their education. Information on the website is provided for students, parents and school advisors.
For-profit logo CareerEdge helps bring together job seekers and potential employees, with an emphasis on recent graduates. In addition to other services, CareerEdge operates an internship program for graduates with disabilities.
  CERP provides a forum to explore issues, share and create solutions relating to employment strategies.
  COPIAN features extensive literacy resources and tools for people with learning disabilities and those who support them.
  Durham College Centre for Students with Disabilities offers work place experience and post-secondary study opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities, brain injuries, mental health issues, and other learning challenges. The program is offered through Durham College in Oshawa.
  Job Bank provides in-depth information to help you to plan a career or find a job in Canada, including job, career and education search functions.
  Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee strives to ensure access for all to employment, education, recreation, housing and transportation.
Ontario logo Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities offers information and services for students, job seekers, employers, employees and those interested in apprenticeship.
Ontario logo Ontario Internship Program is a paid, two-year, entry-level employment opportunity that offers opportunities across the Ontario Public Service.
  Trillium Lakelands District School Board, Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board and Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland and Clarington Separate School Board are the school boards serving the City of Kawartha Lakes area.
Not-for-profit logo Your Education, Your Future is an online guide to college and university for students with psychiatric disabilities (i.e., mental illness). The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) hosts this site. Click here to visit our local CMHA's website.
Ontario logo Youth Connect links to a number of provincial initiatives for youth, with a focus on assisting young people to access the information, skills, experience and abilities they need to move into the world of work.
Canada logo Youth Employment Strategy (ESDC) helps young people – particularly those facing barriers to employment – to access the information, skills, experience and abilities they need to move into the world of work.
  Please also see links for job seekers and information about government programs.