Post secondary is not like high school. Hear what tips and tricks students from across the Connected North network have for you.
Do you sometimes fall into thinking that you'll never be good at things? Find your strengths and weaknesses and learn how to build your confidence.
Take out may be convenient but it gets pricy. Cooking your own meals and learning to cook traditional meals from home can be less expensive and fun!
Racism can come in many forms, from overt to covert racism and micro aggressions. Learn from youth dealing with hurtful comments.
Everyone feels homesick at some point in their lives. Check out some things you and your family can do to help you through this transition.
Learn some tips and tricks to help you make new friends and how to have a conversation with people you don't even know!
Everything is new and exciting and scary. Learn what resources are available to you to help you succeed.
Where do I buy groceries, how do I get to school, what do you mean there is no airport in my new community? Answers and helpful tips found here.
You will be busy with classes, studying and navigating your new life, but it's important to take time for yourself.
Take a look here to learn how to build your self esteem, because you are amazing and we are proud of you.
We have interviewed over 135 Indigenous Role Models about what their career path has looked like. Explore options and learn from their words of wisdom and experience.
We've put together some reflections on what influences student well-being in our Connected North partner schools, including some helpful and harmful approaches. We'd love to share this resource with you to learn from and share with the educators who are working to support you!Explore the Framework!