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Best Colleges

People with autism can make their own choices, but they need guidance if they don’t know what to do. They can attend community college, take online courses, enter on-the-job training programs, or attend universities with autism programs. 71 more words


Preparing for my first year at UofT

I’m finally done with high school and am now going to the University of Toronto, this Fall. So far, things are so confusing. I don’t know if it’s because I’m a first generation student( my parents didn’t really get schooling so they don’t really know about how things work), or if it’s because the universities lack of help in explaining what’s going on. 463 more words

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University/College freshmen - do your homework! 6 tips to help you prep for first year

This post is specially for my followers who just graduated from high school and their parents/families. High school is a time you can look back to as one of your favourite four-year sets of your life so far. 801 more words


Was it worth it?

Was it worth it?

While at work today, I was talking to one of my supervisors just about what I’ve been doing with my life for the last few years, and a few other of my coworkers joined in on the conversation as well. 340 more words

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Post-Graduation Blues

After all that time wishing that I could get out of university and be done with school once and for all, I have finally graduated from SFU after 7 long years. 539 more words

Social Capital: Looking Beyond the Bookworm

Globe and Mail
October 22, 2012

Christie Lang spent years in curling rinks, throwing and sweeping polished granite rocks down icy
sheets. Curling was a big part of her life, but few people would believe her if she told them this is what… 29 more words

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