Guidance Department

Posted: May 14, 2018

Scholar Tree Scholarship Search

"Finding scholarships is as easy as 1-2-3! ScholarTree saves you the time and hassle of trying to find scholarships that you're actually eligible for." - Scholar Tree

Posted: May 14, 2018

Canada Student Loans

Government student loans are a great way to help you pay for your post-secondary education at a designated college, university or other post-secondary institution. The Government of Canada and most provincial or territorial governments work together to deliver federal and provincial student loan and grant programs. This makes things simpler for you.

Links to known scholarships are presented in this document. They are listed according to the dates that they are due (by month).

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Posted: March 26, 2018

The Canadian Forces are holding a recruiting event during the RMCC's graduation. See attached document for details on how you can attend this event.

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Posted: March 23, 2018

Before registering for your courses next year, make sure to refer to this booklet.

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First Nation Student Education Opportunities: Scholarships, Resources and Support, a guide to help students in search of resources to assist them during their post-secondary education.

Posted: December 28, 2017

Student Employment Experience Program (SEED)

The Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Program provides a variety of employment opportunities for post-secondary students during the summer months. Jobs are approved at the provincial, municipal, and First Nations government levels and in non-profit organizations. Jobs approved aim to enhance the students' employment prospects upon completion of their studies, while enabling them to finance the continuation of their education. Full time students who will be attending full time post-secondary in the fall are eligible. Apply now!

The summer program focuses on developing students’ language skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing.  Students are organized in learning groups based on their language proficiency; an assessment is administered on the first day of the program.  The goal is to keep class sizes small (15 to 20 students) and homogeneous with respect to language proficiency.  Students participate in a variety of learning experiences, such as oral exercises, debates, discussions as well as educational and cultural activities to improve their oral language skills.  Most required instructional materials are provided (a list of required materials will be included in the information package).  The teachers are experienced in creating a positive and engaging learning environment.  For more information visit


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