Student Links Mentoring
Funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, Student Links is an opportunity for students (ages 14 to 21) who have an intellectual disability to explore ideas for their future after high school. It matches students and mentors who share a common passion or interest. The goal is to enhance their capacity to make informed decisions about their future prior to leaving school and to support the natural development of relationships and connections to their community.
If you want to learn more about Student Links directly reach out to Dana LaBrash, Student Links Director or Meghan Davis, Student Links Manager.
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We’ll match you with a mentor in your community who shares a common passion or interest. Whether you're interested in horticulture, fine arts, fashion design, automotive mechanics, coding, or something else entirely new to you, we’re here to give you the chance to explore your interests and gain new skills.
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If you are looking to support your loved one who has an intellectual disability in exploring an area of interest, Student Links provides an opportunity to be matched with a mentor who will work with the student to dive deeper into their interest and explore roles around the interest.
Meeting Jay was really exciting because he reminded me of myself when I was in high school. He loves technology, he’s super eager to learn and he’s willing to try new things. So when we first met, we decided it would be a good idea to learn how to create a simple website. I’d walk him through it and he could keep exploring other possibilities on his own.