This program is operated through creemorejobs.ca. Employers and Students are required to register on this website. The website is a community effort of which Ray’s Place is a sponsor and enables employers and students to connect and make their own arrangements regarding dates, hours compensation and travel. Registration forms are on the website
Students are required to have parental permission to work. The permission form can also be found on the creemorejobs.ca website and printed. Once signed by a parent or guardian the form may be scanned and emailed to the Program Director. Questions may also be addressed to Josh at 705 890 0338. The 2016 program begins June 15th.
Depending on the number of volunteer tutors available, free tutoring will be available at the Creemore Library at agreed times. Failing the availability of volunteers, RAY’S will subsidize paid tutors, dependent upon need and recommendations from the student’s school. Discussions are also being held with other groups to consolidate this program
Community Service Hours.
RAY’S PLACE is involved in various community activities which students can earn Community Service Hours. Some of these activities include: The Children’s Festival, Copper Kettle, Dairy Day, Santa Claus Parade and like events.
Scholarship and Financial Literacy Seminars:
Each year seminars are available to students at area high schools. The seminars provide information on how to pursue scholarships and bursaries, deal with people, develop a financial plan for living away from home and interview skills.
Scholarships and Bursaries:
Scholarships are provided to student showing high academic achievement who need financial support to enter university or pursue a trade, diploma or certificate. Bursaries are also available. Applications for scholarships and bursaries are generally required by May 1st of each year. Application forms and requirements are available on this website.
Depending on needs and available resources, other programs will be considered as needed.