Laurier offers a variety of initiatives to help educators enhance the high school curriculum. If you are in need of supplemental programming not on this list – we want to hear your ideas! Please contact our outreach coordinator to discuss tailored academic programming for your students.
Invite a Laurier staff or student to be a guest speaker in your classroom. For grade 10 Careers classes, you can invite a member of our recruitment staff to visit and engage your students in career exploration. Our Laurier staff will help the class explore career possibilities of diverse industries and programs.
Complement a personalized campus tour for your students with a student workshop, university lecture or information sessions on the university transition and more. During their visit, your students will be able to engage with current Laurier students, staff and faculty.
We offer workshops and campus tours for a variety of Specialist High Skills Majors on both of our campuses, including for the following specialized programs: Environment; Health and Wellness; Business; Arts and Culture; Information and Communications Technology; and Justice, Community Safety and Emergency Services.
Invite one of your former students currently attending Laurier or a current Laurier student to visit your classroom for a presentation on transitioning to university called: 10 Myths about University. Available for grade 11 classrooms during Feb. 19-23, 2018 and during the month of May, 2018.
Looking to enhance your students’ money management skills and confidence before they head to university or college? In partnership with Laurier’s Dollars and Sense Money Management program, this presentation will discuss budgeting, common student expenses, money saving tips as well as available resources and support for students.
Laurier’s outreach coordinator welcomes the opportunity to partner with educators and to organize unique learning opportunities for high school students. Connect with our Outreach Coordinator Rachel Ruston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519.884.0710 x4367 to learn more about our academic programming and to collaborate today.
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