The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) has developed a new national program entitled “Finlit 101 x CFEE” – a resource that will help people take ownership of their finances and feel empowered about their financial choices – and have fun. Finlit 101 is for everyone but targets high school students.
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Three new resource guides are now available for educators, workplaces and families for the annual Take Our Kids to Work (TOKW) day on Wednesday, November 2, 2022. While The Learning Partnership (TLP) is transitioning this annual event permanently to the Students Commission of Canada (SCC), the 2022 event will be presented jointly.
November is Canada Career Month. COVID-19, however, has forced the cancellation of career fairs and events within schools and in the community for perhaps the whole of the 2020-2021 academic year. Learn how events across Canada have been adapted to take place online. Share with colleagues how your schools have had to adapt for 2020-2021.
On November 19, students may join the free webinar, “It’s Your Money, Make it Count.” Financial Literacy Month provides opportunities for teachers and students to explore current resources that are easily manageable and fun. The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE), the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), and the Canadian Bankers Association have partnered […]
November is the month to focus on careers! The Canadian Council for Career Development’s theme for “Canada Career Month 2018” is “I know I can, because…” The Let’s Talk Science theme is “What do you want to be when you grow up?” As well, for November Let’s Talk Science has teamed up with the online career and […]