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What is my plan for achieving my goals?

To help you answer the question “What is my plan to achieve my goals?” the process guides you to:

  • create a plan that identifies in detail the steps required to achieve the goals you have set;
  • identify the resources required to implement your plan;
  • identify potential obstacles and challenges you may encounter in implementing your plan, and devise possible solutions.

Click below to access a list of links related to this area of learning.

What is my plan for achieving my goals?
Link Academic Invest
This site helps solving affordability and job availability problems by creating awareness for students of potential career fields as well as current and upcoming opportunities within those fields. It is also a venue for information on available scholarships, grants, bursaries and awards to assist students with funding their education.
This website promotes connections between prospective apprentices and employers. It is an excellent resource of apprenticeship postings. You can also post your resume, so interested employers can contact you.
Link College Find -
This Canadian education directory allows you to find colleges by city or category, request information, book a campus tour and ask questions.
Link eINFO - Guide to Ontario Universities
A guide to Ontario universities for secondary school students and guidance counsellors with information about university programs, admission requirements and additional resources.
Link iWIN
The Individual WorkinfoNet Portal web site for Ontario offers links from local organizations in your region. You will find a comprehensive list of educational institutions, employment providers and volunteer centres in your community.
Link Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development
Includes information on Postsecondary Education, Employment and Training and Labour Market Information.
Link Ontario Postsecondary Transfer Guide (ONTransfer)
An online searchable database of collaborative programs, agreements and credit transfer policies between Ontario universities and colleges.
Link Ontario Skills Passport (OSP)
Use the OSP Tracker and the OSP Reflection Worksheet to track and plan further skills development so that you can achieve your goals. Use the OSP Transition Plan to transfer your skills to everyday life and the next place you go –whether it’s further education, training or the workplace.
Link Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
Gateway for financial aid information for Ontario students. Get started by registering or login to apply online or check the status of your application. Also includes the A-Z list of student aid (30% off Ontario tuition, grants, scholarships, bursaries and loans).
Link Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC)
This is a one-stop site for those wishing to apply to any of the province's universities. Includes application information for undergraduates, teacher education and those wishing to attend medical or law school.
Link Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP)
Ontario high school students can begin their training as apprentices while enrolled in secondary school. Complete your high school diploma and also get apprenticeship training towards certification or journeyperson status in a skilled trade.
Link OnWIN Career Planning Resources
Explore more Career Planning resources including Labour Market Information, occupations, industry sectors, trends and career services/programs.
Link Planning a Career
A Service for Youth (Government of Canada) website that will help guide you through the career planning process. It points out some important things for you to consider as you choose the career path that’s right for you.

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