Community Partners

The Norman Johnston Alternate Program would not exist without the committed partners we have  in and around our community. Our community partners provide a wide range of opportunities to our students including cooperative education placements, experiential learning opportunities, grant funding and fundraising support, industry specific advice, and much more.

The sites have active collaborations with many community agencies, particularly Rideauwood, Community Resource Centres and Youth Net, among others.  Cooperative education employers value our students as we value the opportunities our employers give to our students. The community efforts on behalf of our students are acknowledged in many different ways, including Community Appreciation Awards, plaques and certificates and in the gratitude both staff and students express for their efforts. The Alternate Programs exist within their communities in a positive way that makes a real difference for our students.

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