Use the links to find current information about COVID-19 responses from all 25 BC public post-secondary institutions (Universities, Colleges, and Institutes) as well as information on each institutions' current course delivery method.
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All Of The Tests!
How to prepare for the ACT, SAT, and more.
Aboriginal Youth Safehouse
UNYA’s Aboriginal Youth Safehouse (ASH) is a voluntary, short-term, live-in program for youth ages 16 to 18 who do not have a safe place to stay.
Looking for a scholarship. Keytoscholarships.com lists all available scholarships Canada has to offer.
Etiquette tips for pet owners.
How To Choose Friends
Making friends is one thing, but choosing who your friends are is incredibly important because your friends are your guides in life as well as the people who help define who you are.
Bringing zen elements into a cramped dorm room.
Grocery Shopping On A Budget
A College Student’s Guide
Study Tips Every Teen Needs To Know
Teens that ace exams have three things in common – the motivation to get good grades, the drive to hit the books, and the knowledge of what works best for them when they study. This link will give you tangible study advice that will help propel you to exam-conquering heights!
Habits To Adopt Before You're 20
Learn about healthy eating habits to adopt now.
8 Healthy Drinks
Fruit drinks, iced tea, pop, or slushes These drinks may be high in added sugars or contain sugar substitutes. A fruit “ade”, “beverage”, “cocktail”, “drink”, or “punch”, may have little or no actual fruit juice. Hear are the alternatives...
Caregiver Award Nominations
Tell Us If A Workplace Has Helped You Care In recent years, forward-thinking businesses and organizations have begun to recognize the value of supporting employees who are caregivers. We introduced the Caregiver-Friendly Workplace Award to recognize employers in Canada who are leaders in this area. Last year the award went to the Yukon Hospital Foundation. This year help us find a workplace that understands, supports and emphasizes caring. Nominate your employer today!
Alexa, Where's My Private Info Going
Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and several smart-home technologies that debuted at last week’s CES add convenience but also raise privacy concerns.
University Guide 2021
Build Your Own Ranking
Peer Support Programs
We provide training, information and resources for strengthening peer support groups and peer-led initiatives throughout British Columbia.
Be A Leader
Top 5 Elements Of A Leader 1. Be your Best: By persevering and never giving up. 2. Set a Goal: Staying committed to action. 3. Have a Plan: Map out when your next move will be and go for it. 4. Believe in Yourself: If you have a plan, there is nothing that can stop you. Never doubt your potential. 5. Dream BIG: Always aim for the stars, the sky is the limit.
Myths and facts.
What Is Friendship?
Consent And Sexual Assault
For any sexual activity to happen, both people need to consent, or say yes, willingly and freely. Sexual activity does not just mean sex, it includes kissing, hugging, making out, cuddling, and touching someone’s body in a sexual way.
Learn How To Budget Your Income
When working out your budget, if you discover your expenses are more than your income, you need to either increase your income or reduce your spending to avoid debt.
Preparing For College
There is no such thing as preparing too early. College will always seem so far away, especially when you are only a freshman, but not preparing early is a huge mistake.
Lessons For Adulthood
If you are a young adult on the autism spectrum or the parent of one, you have likely heard about the “cliff.” It’s that moment when you are out of high school, not interested in college, but you know you can’t play video games all day every day anymore.
Pave Your Own Way
“I want to be free, empowered, in charge of my own life; I want to live my dreams.” Who doesn’t? The question is: Why haven’t you chosen to do so or be so?
Are You Feeling Like An Outcast?
Being an outcast isn't always a bad thing. In fact, for many people, it's a choice that we consciously make. When it comes to outcasts, throw all your stigmas out the door.
Teen Manners Guide
Learning helpful social skills gives teens resources that will be useful during teenage years as well as later in life.
You are valuable! Call 1-800-SUICIDE, that’s 1-800-784-2433. Help is available 24 hours a day.
Right To Sue
A group of youths were so worried about the future of climate change, they fought for the right to sue the US government - and won. Read the article...
Make Your Own Clothes
Learn to make your own clothes or alter thrift finds.
Summer Fun Ideas For Teens
Fun ideas to give you the best summer ever.
How To Properly Use A Naxolone Kit
"The most important thing to do if you see someone who you think may have overdosed is to call 911 right away," Etches said. After that, grab the kit.
How To Deal With A Crush
A crush, unlike a relationship, is not a two-way street. Often you'll realize that you feel a strong attraction to someone you barely know, for reasons you barely understand, and that this, in all of its glory, is a crush.
Alec Jones, a 14-year-old boy from Victoria, is getting international attention about an app that he created to keep him on track with his homework.
Apologies are one of the tools we use to build good friendships and relationships. When you say "I'm sorry" (and really mean it), it's because you probably feel bad that something you did or said hurt another person.
Your Colour Personality
What does your favourite colour mean?
How To Stay Safe In Cold Weather
Plan out your route in advance. Knowing where you’re going to go and making sure that that’s probably a route where the sidewalks will be plowed and there will be accessible transportation. Travel with a buddy.
Cool STEM Apps For Kids
Letting Go Of Anger
Do you lose your temper and wonder why? Are there days when you feel like you just wake up angry?
Student Guide - Understanding Credit
Teen Guide To Separation and Divorce
What separation and divorce mean. Some of the reasons why they happen. Why you are not the reason for your parents' separation or divorce. Justice Education Society of BC.
A Canadian student took the top prize at the world's biggest high school science fair. Vancouver's Raymond Wang, 17, won the Gordon E. Moore Award and US$75,000 at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
A first-year University of British Columbia student has won $50,000 for inventing a phone-charging travel mug that harnesses heat from hot beverages to create energy.
The Baby-Sitters Club
If you're one of the thousands of teens who is considering babysitting to earn some extra cash, read on for tips from someone who has been in the trenches!
Fix Problems With Humour
Laughter also plays an essential role in building strong, healthy relationships by bringing people closer together, creating intimacy, and resolving conflict and disagreements.
A Teen's Guide For Managing Stress
Stress is the uncomfortable feeling you get when you’re worried, scared, angry, frustrated, or overwhelmed.
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If you have not had a chance to be with your grandparents as much as you’d like, remember there are many ways to show your love for them.
Real People Aren’t Perfect
Girls aren’t the only ones longing to be model-perfect. Many guys spend hours at the gym trying to get a perfect six-pack or bulging biceps, because they think that’s what girls want. This article was written by a teen, very interesting perspective.
5 Environmentally Friendly Degrees
Passionate about improving the condition of our planet? Wish to make a career of protecting it? If this is your goal, then you will need the right degree suited to you. Degrees that will put you on this path...
Supporting artists of all abilities in the rigorous creation of provocative theater.
Preparing For A Job Fair
Top ten tips for attending a job fair for the disabled.
ICBC Practice Road Test
This practice test is only a sample of the real knowledge test you will be offered at the exam before you take the ICBC Road Test.
Be Smart With Your Credit Card
Credit cards can be useful and convenient. But if you aren’t careful about how you use them, you can put yourself on a path to serious financial trouble. Learn how to use them smartly.
50 Ways To Help The Environment
"Going green" doesn't have to be a daunting task that means sweeping life changes. Simple things can make a difference.
7 Minute Workout
It combines high-intensity exercises with resting time and its based on science so we know it is safe and works.
Chair Exercises For The Disabled
Getting enough exercise is always an issue for the disabled. Pain or physical limitations often make it difficult to work out and maintain as healthy a lifestyle as possible. Thankfully, there are several exercises for disabled people that can be performed while seated. These chair exercises can be adapted for each person's particular condition.
Environmentally Friendly Flying
Meet the young women trying to revolutionise the way we fly...
ARE YOU SLEEP TEXTING?
What teens think: “If I don’t keep up with what people are talking about, I’m afraid they will start talking about me. I don’t want to be left out. I’m not asleep, anyway.” This need to connect becomes all-consuming, overriding what most would consider a personal boundary of time and space.
What is your definition of pretty?
Teen Dating Violence
Teen Dating Violence happens when one person uses a pattern of behavior to gain power and control over the other person.
Romance With A Disability
In this article, you'll find expert advice on navigating the dating scene with a disability.
Be Your Own Person
What a man/woman can be, he/she must be. This need we may call self-actualization…It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency for him/her to become actualized in what he/she is potentially. This tendency might be phrased as the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming. Abraham Maslow
In-Demand Programming Languages
The Great Game List
Ready... Set... Go! The best game ideas, resources and activities for birthday parties, picnics, youth groups, summer camps, company events, educators, family life, home schooling or just for the fun of it.
Top 10 Yard Games For Any Age
This beanbag toss game is simple but requires the perfect combination of luck and skill. Official "regulation" corn hole is played with two sets of wooden boards (24x48 inches) set 27 feet apart (which is pretty far!), so it's better suited for older kids and adults. But you can find plenty of kid-friendly beanbag toss games on the market. If you're handy at building things, you can build your own corn hole game!
How To Pose For Pictures
In the interest of never (ever!) taking a bad photo again—here’s a quick tutorial on how to pose for pictures, with 10 tricks every girl should know.
How To Pick The Right College
Use over 20 search criteria to find the schools that are the best match for you and find out why.
How To Detect Fake News
Use the questions to assess the likelihood that a piece of information is fake news. The more red flags you circle, the more skeptical you should be!