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Continuous Intake Coop (CIC)

Welcome to the Continuous Intake Co-op (CIC) page
 
CIC is a great opportunity to earn high school credits, gain work skills and work experience at the same time!

Highlights of Continuous Intake Co-op:


Information for Parents and Students:

Benefits to the Student:


Information for the Employer:

Benefits to the Employer:

 


How do I enter the program?

 Entry is done on an individual student basis.  Ideally, students are 16 year of age or older with 20 or more credits.  Priority is often given to students who already have a job.

To enter the program, you must first meet with the Principal at College Heights S.S., Francis Noventa.  Simply call and make an appointment.  The purpose of the meeting is to review your transcript and school history.  Together, you will determine what courses are still needed to graduate and whether the CIC program is a good fit for you. After registering, call the teacher to set up a meeting at the your earliest convenience.  The teacher will explain the program in more detail.  If you still feel that it is a good fit, you can start right away.

Francis Noventa
371 College Ave. W
Guelph, ON519- N1G 1T3
519-821-4510
Teacher Contact Number at CHSS (Dave Hearn)
226-820-2651

 


Continuous Intake Coop Resources

Many students in CIC are not able to attend class regularly due to their work schedules.  The following resources are meant to allow students access to information they need to complete assignments, engage in the employment process and manage their social emotional health.

Upper Grand District school board

www.ugdsb.on.ca

College Heights S.S.

www.ugdsb.ca/college-heights

Student Programs Related to Cooperative Education

Ontario Youth Apprentice Program (OYAP)

www.oyap.com

Specialist High School Major (SHSM)

www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/studentsuccess/pathways/shsm/shsm_fact_sheet.pdf

Co-op Recall

http://www.ugdsb.on.ca/program/article.aspx?id=4122

College Heights Co-op Department

https://sites.google.com/a/ugcloud.ca/college-heights-cooperative-education/

Apprenticeship

Apprentice Search

www.apprenticesearch.com

Health and Safety

Young Worker Awareness Program

www.ywap.ca/english

Ministry of Labour

www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/

WSIB

www.wsib.on.ca/en/community/WSIB

WHMIS

www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/pubs/whmis

Passport to Safety

passporttosafety.parachutecanada.org

Help with Interviews and Resumes

2nd Chance Guelph

www.2ndchance.ca

My Blueprint

www.myblueprint.ca

Ontario Skills Passport

http://www.skills.edu.gov.on.ca/OSP2Web/EDU/Welcome.xhtml

Finding a Job

Jobs for Youth

www.yes.on.ca/jobs-for-youth/

Government of Canada – Youth

www.youth.gc.ca/eng/home.shtml

Kijiji Guelph Jobs

guelph.kijiji.ca

Indeed Guelph

ca.indeed.com/jobs-guelph,-ON

Government of Canada Job Bank

www.jobbank.gc.ca/intro-eng.aspx

Mental Health

CMHA (Community Mental Health Association)

http://cmhaww.ca/


English and Math Help

Online English Help

Online English help is available through the Guelph Public Library.  You do need your library card number to access this service.
http://www.library.guelph.on.ca/elibrary/ehelp.cfm

Online Math Help

Online tutoring sessions take place Sunday to Thursday between the hours of 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.  Homework Help is free, live and anonymous!

Visit http://homeworkhelp.ilc.org or email homeworkhelp@ugdsb.on.ca to learn more
In September 2010, the Ministry of Education, through the Independent Learning Centre launched “Homework Help”, a website for a selected number of school boards including the Upper Grand District School Board for math students in grades 7 through 10. Students simply log-on to Homework Help at http://homeworkhelp.ilc.org and using an interactive chat room, can obtain personalized tutoring from a certified Ontario math teacher from the participating boards.