Student Services

Stay Informed

Links for Students
Do you need extra help with a school project?  What will you do after high school?  Are you looking for part-time work?

Stay Informed:  Links for students can help

Choose from one of our many links below and connect to some of the best online resources for learning, career planning, job searching and much, much more.

Youth Canada

An online tool and resource developed by Service Canada includes tools on how to write a résumé and cover letter, resources on how to prepare for a job interview, tips for planning your post secondary education, managing your money and healthy living information.

Media Zone

is your connection to local and national media outlets.

CBC Archives has a selection of radio and television clips from the
Archives of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Le Voyageur is a weekly French language community newspaper in Greater Sudbury, serving the city's Franco-Ontarian community.

National Post is a major Canadian English language newspaper based in Toronto.

Northern Life is an English language community newspaper published in Greater Sudbury.

The Globe and Mail is a large daily English language national newspaper based in Toronto and printed in seven cities across Canada.

The Manitoulin Expositor is an English language community newspaper covering Manitoulin Island.

The Manitoulin West Recorder is an English language community newspaper published in Gore Bay.

The Mid-North Monitor
is an English language community newspaper covering the Espanola and the North Shore area.

The New York Times is a newspaper published in New York City and distributed internationally.

The Times
is a national newspaper published daily in the United Kingdom.

The Toronto Star is a major English language Canadian metropolitan newspaper.

School Helper

resources to help you explore, learn and grow.

Elections Canada - Young Voters is loaded with information for anyone who wants to know how elections work.  You can look up the answers to election basics or go deeper to find information on Canada’s electoral system.

Encyclopedia Britannica is a leading provider of learning and knowledge with information on every topic imaginable - from the origins of the universe to current events and everything in between.

Encyclopedia Mythica specializes in mythology, folklore
and religion.

Find Articles gives you free access to millions of articles from thousands of top publications.

Greater Sudbury Public Library offers a wide range of bilingual services and collections, perfect for homework help and leisure needs.

Learning Centre for Students gets you connected to great websites, award-winning books and more.

Statistic Canada - Learning Resources for Students links you to relevant lesson plans, articles and data.

The Canadian Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive and authoritative source of information on all things Canadian.

Virtual Museum of Canada gives you a tour of Canada's rich and diverse culture.  Discover museums, explore online exhibits and find upcoming events on their website.

The Next Step

has a lot of great information about post secondary life.

Canada's Millennium Scholarship Foundation provides students with opportunities to pursue the post secondary education they need to prepare themselves for the future.

Canadian Apprenticeship Forum has a comprehensive inventory of information on apprenticeship training across Canada.  Their links will direct you to provincial/territorial governments, training institutions, unions and employers.

Canadian Forces is making an enormous investment in jobs for young Canadians between 18 and 30 years old.  Check out their website to learn more about Canadian Forces, including how to apply.

Can Learn will help you save, plan and pay for your education.

College Board is a not-for-profit membership association that helps secondary students prepare and register for the SAT Reasoning Test.  This website is a great resources for students interested in applying to American colleges and for the Vale scholarship.

Working in Canada
is a career tool that will help you plan for your future.  It provides useful information about 226 occupational groups and describes the work experiences of recent graduates from 155 programs of study.

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities - Students will help you choose the right post secondary school for you.  You'll also find information on how to pay for your education and how to get the most out of your time as a student.

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation is a nationally registered non-profit organization devoted to excellence and to providing the tools necessary for Aboriginal youth to achieve brighter futures.

National Collegiate Athletic Association is an organization through which American colleges and universities govern their athletics programs.  This website is of special interest to secondary school athletes looking at American colleges.  Visit them online and find official AP statistics, sample exam questions and more.

Ontario Colleges Application Services (OCAS) provides administrative support and application processing services for Ontario's colleges.  Please visit their website if you are a secondary student interested in applying to colleges in Ontario.

Ontario Prospects 2010 is an annual career planning guide for high school students, educators, job counsellors and others seeking career information.  Ontario Prospects 2010 also includes information on self-assessment tests, job search preparation, the labour market and postsecondary destinations.

Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) provides loans to Ontario postsecondary students.  Please visit their website for more information.

Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) is a central bureau whose key function is the processing of applications for admission to Ontario universities.  The OUAC website presents valuable information to secondary students interested in applying to universities in Ontario.

Scholarships Canada is Canada's most comprehensive scholarship portal.  Search through their extensive database to find scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants.  You'll also find information about student loans, applications and budget planning.

Student Awards will match you to thousands of scholarships, bursaries and cash awards based on your personal profile.

Your Big Break

links you to jobs, internships and other great opportunities.

Cambrian Staffing Solutions Inc. will help you with all of your
employment needs.

Canada Revenue Agency - Student and Graduate Hiring
is always looking for students and recent graduates to fill a variety of exciting and challenging positions in areas such as audits, human resources and information technology.

Canada World Youth designs and delivers international educational programs for youth (aged 17 - 29) with a focus on volunteer work and community development in cross-cultural settings.

City of Greater Sudbury - Student Information is frequently looking for energetic high school and postsecondary students for part time and casual positions at various times during the school year.  Check their website for details.

Cross-Cultural Solutions provides international volunteer opportunities.  Learn more by visiting their website.

Exchange Abroad is the international platform for students to discover and develop their potential.

Exchanges Canada provides access to information on exchange programs and activities available to Canadians in Canada and abroad.

International Baccalaureate Organization is a recognized leader in the field of international education, encouraging students to be active learners, well-rounded individuals and engaged world citizens.  To learn more about International Baccalaureate opportunities, please visit their website or contact Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School at 705-522-2320.

Job Bank is the largest web-based network of job postings available to Canadians. 

Katimavik is Canada's leading national youth volunteer-service program, offering young Canadians an exciting experience that incorporates learning and volunteer involvement.  If you are between 17 and 21 and are interested in participating in the Katimavik program, please visit them online or call 1-888-525-1503. - Students/Entry Level is Canada's number one career website.

Northern Life - Careers allows you to search for local online career postings.

Ontario Skills Passport is a resource that provides clear descriptions of the skills used in virtually all occupations.

Sudbury Vocational Resource Centre offers free services for people who require individual employment counselling information, small group job search information and self-employment.  The SVRC also provides outreach services in Espanola and on Manitoulin Island.

Summer Work / Student Exchange is a six-week summer work program for students (aged 16 and 17) who will be returning to school in September.  The program offers students the opportunity to live, work and learn about their second official Canadian language.

The Independent Learning Centre is a recognized leader in distance education, creating and delivering accessible, dynamic and a varied suite of English and French resources to the learners of Ontario.  The Independent Learning Centre’s educational services and credit courses enable students to earn a diploma, upgrade their skills and achieve their academic and career goals at a pace, a time and a place of their choosing.

The Learning Partnership is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing together business, education, government, labour, policy makers and the community to develop partnerships that strengthen public education in Canada.

The Sudbury Star - Careers website allows you to post your resume, apply for jobs and receive automatic job alerts.

UNICEF Canada raises funds in support of UNICEF's work for children in 155 countries and territories and builds awareness among Canadians about the issues facing the world's children.  UNICEF encourages students to get involved, learn about global issues and take action to make a difference in our world.

Workopolis has thousands of job postings for students and recent graduates.

Youth Opportunities Ontario shows how you can find work or even start your own business.

Youth Connections

brings you to many helpful websites.

Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating is designed to help Canadians make wise food choices. Learn more by visiting their website.

Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the recovery of people experiencing mental illness.  The CMHA's programs assist with employment, housing, early intervention for youth, peer support, recreation services for people with mental illness, stress reduction workshops and public education campaigns for the community.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is Canada's leading addiction and mental health teaching hospital.  A wide range of clinical programs, support and rehabilitation services are provided that meet the diverse needs of people who are at risk and are at different stages of their lives and illnesses.

Education Quality and Accountability Office - Student Resources provides a wealth of information designed to help you prepare for the Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics and the Grade 10 Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT).

Family Enrichment Centre provides individual, couple, family and youth counselling for relationships, separation/divorce, co-dependency, addictions, grief and bereavement, depression, stress and trauma.

Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) is Canada's only toll-free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, referral and Internet service for children and youth.  For more information, including youth volunteer opportunities, please visit their website.

Ministry of Education - Students has a lot of great information for Ontario students.  Cool links include: Getting Great Grades, High School 101 and Life Beyond School.

Ontario School Counsellors' Association is a great resource for students.  Visit their website and find information about youth issues, community involvement, health and fitness, résumé writing and study tips.

Sudbury and District Health Unit will help you find answers to your questions on topics like drugs and alcohol, sex and how to prevent injuries.  The Sudbury and District Health Unit also has a branch office in Espanola (705-222-9202) and in Mindemoya (705-377-4774).

The Canadian Cancer Society works to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer.  Visit their website and find out how their programs and services can help you.