Applying for Entrance Awards at Red Deer College? Help is available Tuesday March 7
If you are in grade 12 and planning to attend Red Deer College in the fall, March 31, 2017 is the deadline to apply to RDC Entrance Awards / Scholarships. To ensure you have completed your application properly, stop by the Career Center and book your 15 minute appointment with RDC’s Student Funding & Awards Advisor. The Advisor will be meeting with students at Notre Dame in the Learning Commons on Tuesday March 7. The sign up sheet is posted on Ms. Halter's office door.
Upcoming "Student for A Day Programs" at Red Deer College
Media Studies & Professional Communication Student for a Day: Friday March 10
- Email email@example.com to register.
Creative Arts Student for A Day: Friday February 10 & Friday March 24
- Click rdc.ab.ca/sfad to register.
Donald School of Business Student for A Day: Friday March 24
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
RCMP Youth Camp 2017
“K” Division Recruiting, in conjunction with Depot Training Division, are proud to announce the 6th annual RCMP Depot Youth Camps for youth in grades 11 and 12 (16-19yrs old). The two camps will be held from August 7-11 and August 14-18. The first camp will be open to all applicants and the second camp will be open to Aboriginal applicants. Those interested applicants must scan and email their finished application to K Division Recruiting section:
Applications that are not completed properly will not be accepted.
The closing date for applications is March 1, 2017.
Career Expo - Thursday April 27
Where: Red Deer College
When: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Stay tuned for more information!
Students are encouraged to book a career appointment in their Grade 12 year to explore career options, to look at education or training requirements needed to obtain employment in a particular field, to learn about post-secondary programs and gain information on scholarships. To book a career appointment with Mrs. Henley or Ms. Halter please see staff in the Learning Commons.
Looking for volunteer opportunities in your community? Check out Volunteer Central, a database of volunteer postings by area. Volunteering looks great on a resume and is an important consideration for scholarships! Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community!
It is important for students to be responsible for their own academic records and course information. All students are required to sign up for an account in "My Pass".
Applications to post-secondary institutions in Alberta can be submitted on line through Apply Alberta
Student Loan Information
For post-secondary programs beginning in September 2017, student loan application forms will be available in July 2017. For information on student loans, visit the Student Aid Alberta web site.
Student Profile Sheet for References
Looking for a reference? Scholarships often require references. Start the process by completing a student profile sheet to outline your accomplishments over the past three years.