1. Career Paths
This site contains career and labour market information. Includes an interactive 10-Step Career Planning Guide.
2. Education Planner
Education Planner is endorsed by the public post-secondary institutions of BC, managed by the BC Council on Admissions and Transfer, and funded by the BC Ministry of Advanced Education.
3. Job Futures
Provides a national perspective on the world of work and useful information about 226 occupational groups.
4. Making Career Sense of Labour Market Information
This resource introduces career practitioners to key socio-economic and labour market concepts, trends and issues. It also provides practical examples of researching labour market information to make effective career decisions in the changing labour market.
5. National Occupational Classification (NOC)
The NOC classifies and organizes occupations by skill level and skill type and describes their major duties and employment requirements. The Career Handbook provides further information on aptitudes, interests, physical activities, workplaces and environmental conditions.
6. Work Futures: British Columbia Occupational Outlooks
This website provides a comprehensive description of over 200 occupations in the BC labour market. Each occupational profile provides information on the nature of work, main duties, education and training, working conditions, employment prospects, as well as other related occupations.
Discover Trades BC is an initiative funded by the BC Government to help provide easy access for secondary students to the many educational opportunities available to them in trades training. BC offers a wealth of programs & training options to give BC students the skills they need to lead exciting and rewarding careers. Students, parents and educators can discover these opportunities here.
Links for a list of top-ranked online dictionaries from refdesk.com
8. The Guide to Grammar and Writing
The Guide to Grammar and Writing contains scores of digital handouts on grammar and English usage, over 170 computer-graded quizzes, recommendations on writing -- from basic problems in subject-verb agreement and the use of articles to exercises in parallel structures and help with argumentative essays, and a way to submit questions about grammar and writing.
Free E-Mail Services
9. Yahoo! Mail
Yahoo! Mail Free reliable easy SpamGuard antivirus storage. Get these great features: Powerful protection against spam and viruses, 250MB of email storage, Message size up to 10MB, and Mail anywhere there's a web connection
Grad Transitions and Graduation Requirements
15. Grad Planner: 2004 Graduation Program
This online and print guide for grade 12 students contains information about graduation requirements and provincial examinations. It also provides a guide to create a graduation transitions portfolio and other useful information and resources to help students with their career planning.
18. Small Business BC
BC Business Services offers assistance and resources for those running or starting a business in British Columbia and Vancouver.
20. AllData Online
ALLDATA Online - Automotive Diagnostic & Repair Information
Doctor-produced health and medical information written for you to make informed decisions about your health concerns.
22. Telus Phone Book / Maps
Use the People Finder to search for people nationwide or get Maps and directions for addresses, cities and towns in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.
23. Virtual Library
The WWW Virtual Library (VL) is the oldest catalogue of the Web, started by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of HTML and of the Web itself, in 1991 at CERN in Geneva. Unlike commercial catalogues, it is run by a loose confederation of volunteers, who compile pages of key links for particular areas in which they are expert; even though it isn't the biggest index of the Web, the VL pages are widely recognised as being amongst the highest-quality guides to particular sections of the Web.
24. The Weather Network
The weather network site provides weather forecasts, news, and information for Canadian cities, U.S cities and International cities, including weather maps and radar maps.
Wikipedia, was started in 2001. It currently contains 1,036,593 articles.
Scholarships and Bursaries
26. Scholarships, Grants, & Bursaries
FREE scholarship search, financial aid and online community for high school, college and university students studying in the United States and Canada. Win money and prizes, post messages on the Studentawards Forum and search for scholarships, grants and other forms of financial assistance for your post-secondary education.
28. Science and technology web links
Science and technology web links in Canada and elsewhere, part of Internet Sources for Journalists and Broadcasters.
29. The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum: Apprentice Trades
This website contains over 6,000 web links to over 300 different apprenticeship information websites across Canada. Use the "Information Finder" searchable database to help you find information about apprenticeship training.
31. Industry Training Authority
The Industry Training Authority (ITA) is a provincial government agency, which became operative in early 2004, with legislated responsibility to govern and develop the industry training system in B.C.
33919 Dewdney Trunk Road
Mission, B.C. Canada
Fax: 604-814 0447
Riverside Office Hours Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm*
*After hours appointments may be available Wednesday and Thursday evenings until 6:30 pm.
New students registering for a Trade or Career Program must make an appointment with the school councellor. Please call 604-814-0446 during office hours to make an appointment.
Graduated students upgrading an academic course(s) with Continuing Education do not require an appointment to register.
Email: Riverside College
Continuing Education: Pre- registration begins June 10th for Continuing Education Courses beginning in the Fall of 2013. Graduated students upgrading an academic course(s) with Continuing Education do not require an appointment to register. Non-Graduated students require an appointment with the counsellor to develop a course plan for graduation. Please call 604-814-0446 during office hours to make an appointment.
Registration now CLOSED for Continuing Education for this school year. SUMMER SCHOOL IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ADULT STUDENTS.
Summer School for school age non-graduated students. Registration Information
Professional Development Day: May 17th . Classes not in session and campus closed
Victoria Day Holiday: May 20th. Classes not in session and campus closed.
Commencement Ceremony and Banquet: June 5th . Click here for details
Last day of school for Transitions Program students and last day of academic classes: June 18
Provincial Exams: June 19-24
Report Cards issued: June 28
Official Transcripts for the 2012-13 school year will be mailed out to students by the Ministry of Education the first week of August 2013. High School Diplomas will be ready for pick up in the office in September 2013.
For updates on Mission Schools Snow or Inclement Weather Information and information on any unscheduled school closures click here
Provincial exam results available online
To order official transcripts online