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O que você acha de estudar e trabalhar num dos melhores países do mundo como o Canadá?

O Niagara College é um college público e fica na província de Ontario, na região de Niagara Falls. E, se você está planejando se inscrever em uma faculdade ou universidade no Canadá, aproveite a Open House do Niagara College 2021 e vem com a Maple Exchange. Você não pode ficar fora dessa! Preencha o formulário de inscrição para a Open House clicando AQUI e você receberá por email o link para a sala VIP no ZOOM.

Você é nosso convidado para cinco (5) dias ininterruptos no ar, com informações, lives, tours, bate-papos e todo o tipo de engajamento com alunos do Niagara College e futuros estudantes como você.

Haverá sorteio de bolsas no valor de CAD$ 3.000,00 para quem se registrar para o college durante os dias do evento. Não perca essa oportunidade. Faça sua inscrição para o college com a Maple Exchange e ganhe um código promocional que isenta o pagamento da taxa de registro no valor de CAD$100.00.

Teremos sessões informativas em português e também com alunos do nosso país para tirar dúvidas e contar sobre a experiência como um todo. Fica ligado, o evento começa no dia 13 de abril.

Você é novo por aqui e não sabe o que é a Maple Exchange ou quem sou eu? Eu explico, 😉

Meu nome é Silney Rocumback, sou uma dentista brasileira já a mais de uma década morando e trabalhando no Canadá. Há falta de profissionais em muitas áreas e por isso vim para validar meu diploma e poder exercer meu trabalho aqui.

       Durante estes anos, percebi como os que desejavam vir para cá sofriam com informações incorretas, falta de acolhimento e absurdas ideias sobre intercâmbio, trabalho, validação de diploma etc. Eu mesmo quando aqui cheguei, senti no aeroporto um sentimento indescritível de abandono. Meu inglês não era fluente e não tive o suporte de nenhuma empresa que eu havia contratado! Foi uma experiência que me impactou e motivou. Motivou-me a dar um basta nesta situação e impedir que outras pessoas passassem pela mesma experiência que eu e até mais trágicas tais como: gastar grandes somas sem resultados, desistir de seus sonhos e coisa pior. Assim criamos a Maple Exchange, uma empresa canadense que tem incontáveis clientes brasileiros satisfeitos.

        Nosso diferencial é o acolhimento humano e total suporte. Nossos clientes são acompanhados em todas as fases de sua jornada. No planejamento, na chegada e, durante toda a estadia no Canadá. É a Maple Exchange idealizadora do acompanhamento Porta-á-Porta. Maple Exchange, sempre inovando!

        E tudo isso é DE GRAÇA! Isso mesmo, em reconhecimento ao nosso elevado padrão de qualidade e pelo preencher de todos os quesitos legais necessários, somos afiliados as maiores e melhores instituições canadenses as quais nos ressarcem por este suporte especializado aos seus futuros alunos. Não desperdice a oportunidade de receber nossa assessoria. Vamos realizar seu sonho juntos!

     Nos vemos no evento! Não esqueça de fazer sua inscrição clicando AQUI.


Imponentes penhascos de calcário, cavernas e buracos glaciais, incluindo um dos maiores do mundo, são algumas das maravilhas naturais da Área de Conservação de Rockwood. Você pode vê-los em trilhas em ambos os lados do rio Eramosa ou em uma canoa alugada. A área de conservação recebe mais de 65.000 visitantes por ano, de perto e de longe, e oferece excelentes oportunidades recreativas a apenas uma curta distância das principais áreas metropolitanas.

Se você curte natureza, caminhada em trilhas naturais, visitar esse parque é uma boa dica de passeio bate e volta, pois fica á uma hora do centro de Toronto. Esse é o endereço da área de conservação, 161 Fall Street, Rockwood, Ontario. Clica no endereço, vai abrir uma outra janela com o google maps 😉

Quer ver mais fotos do local? Nós fomos até lá nesse fim de semana e ficamos encantados. Em nossa Gallery tem um slideshow com fotos do nosso passeio. Dá uma espiadinha e se for visitar o local deixe seu comentário falando o que achou da dica 😉

E se você estiver pensando em estudar no Canadá. Tem alguns colleges e universidade pertinho dessa maravilha. Veja as opções – Mohawk College, a Universidade de Guelph, Sheridan college e outros. Conte com a tranquilidade e segurança dos serviços da Maple Exchange sem gastar nenhum tostão á mais por esse serviço; afinal, nossos serviços são pagos pelas escolas e nunca pelos estudantes. Entre em contato conosco pelo email silney@mapleexchange.ca .

Fazendo a Difenrença

Você sabia que o Tim Hortons tem um programa impactando jovens de baixa renda no Canada e EUA? Pois é, eles tem algums programas interessantes como o Summer Program onde jovens de 12 a 16 anos passam 9 dias em áreas de acampamentos que a TimsCamps tem espalhado pelo Canada e EUA.

Esse programa é progressivo e a cada ano o jovem vai desenvolvendo habilidades para uma vida toda e, ao final de cinco anos, eles recebem um certificado. WOW, para mim essa iniciativa é mais que linda. Meu sangue de desbravador (para quem não conhece quem são os desbravores, somos similares aos escoteiros),  minha sede por uma aventura e atividades junto a natureza simplesmente me deixou “in AWE” com o trabalho deles. Parabéns TimsCamps!

Não é sem motivos que meu “escritório” preferido para trabalhar é no #TimHortons

Palavra do dia: “in awe”

in awe (of someone or something) – em admiração (por alguém ou algo)

Having a great amount of respect or admiration for someone, sometimes to the point of feeling nervous or fearful around them – Ter um grande respeito ou admiração por alguém, ás vezes a ponto de ficar nervoso ou com medo perto dele.

Exemplos:

“I am in awe of the courage of those people.” – “Estou maravilhada com a coragem dessas pessoas.”

I’ve always been in awe of people who dedicate their lives to something like the military – Sempre admirei as pessoas que dedicam suas vidas a algo como as forças armadas.

E aí, conta pra gente, o que deixa você “in awe”?

It is never too late to learn English.

Para mais informações sobre como estudar no Canadá, entre em contato conosco pelo WhatsApp ou Telegram +1(647)825-6078.

Prepare For Your Career.

No doubt you understand the value of higher education. “When averaged across gender and fields of study, the holders of a post-secondary education make a cumulated average of about $1,000,000 over 20 years compared to a cumulated average of about $670,000 for high school graduates” (Understanding Canadian Business,9th ed.  page.4).  Post-secondary graduates make approximately 60% more compared to high school grads. Therefore, the possibility to be paid back what you have invested in your post-secondary education is evident.

Thinking about a business post-secondary education compared to any other post-secondary or high school education, the earnings is shown in the following graphic:

HIGHER EDUCATION EARNINGS
Note:. Earnings are average across men and women; post-secondary overall earnings is across nine areas of study.

Of course, there are good careers available to non-post-secondary grads. However, it is clear that people with higher education are more likely to have higher earnings over their lifetime. Not to mention that those with a degree or post- secondary diploma are associated with more years of coverage in an employer-sponsored pension plan and fewer layoffs than a person with a high school diploma.

Thus, the value of a post-secondary education is more than just a larger paycheque. Some benefits such as improving your critical thinking and communication skills, improving the ability to live in a diverse and competitive world are reached as well. In addition, knowing that you reached your goal and earned a degree or post-secondary diploma gives you the self-confidence to work toward future goals.

Wrapping up, the rewards of a post-secondary education are well worth the effort for graduates, who can expect to earn nearly 60% more than high school grads over 20 years. The growing needs of a global workplace require knowledgeable workers to fill the jobs of the future.

There are many options for you to gain knowledge from industry experts. You may work in a company, volunteer in an organization or plan to take a post-secondary program. One great opportunity to get an excellent experience and to open doors to your future is through an exchange program. Studying abroad will extend your understanding and awareness of the business world.

If you are planning to apply to a College or University email us silney@mapleexchange.ca  or luiz@mapleexchange.ca  , we can help you through the entire process!

Just as a reminder, no extra cost for that. Sounds good? 🙂

Vocabulary tips:

1 cu·mu·late (verb)  = gather together and combine.
 past tense: cumulated; past participle: cumulated
“the systems cumulate data over a period of years”
2 earn (verb) = (of a person) obtain (money) in return for labor or services.
gerund or present participle: earning
“they earn $35 per hour”
 lay-off (noun) = a discharge, especially temporary, of a worker or workers.
” a period when a layoff is in force.”
re·ward (noun) =  a thing given in recognition of one’s service, effort, or achievement.

plural noun: rewards
“the holiday was a reward for 40 years’ service with the company”
exchange (noun) =  a visit or visits in which two people or groups from different countries stay with each other or do each other’s jobs.
“nine colleagues were away on an exchange visit to Germany”

 plural noun: exchanges

How Canada Became a Superpower in Education

The country’s success, which does not have a national education system, defies international trends.

Ceremony

In debates on the best educational systems in the world, the most cited names are usually countries like Norway and Finland, or of powers like Singapore and South Korea.
As well as much less remembered, Canada has risen to the top of international rankings.
In the most recent round of exams of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) ruled by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), Canada has ranked among the top ten countries in mathematics, science, and text interpretation.
The tests are the largest international study of school performance and most of Canada’s youth are among the best educated in the world.
Canada is far ahead of neighbors such as the United States and European countries with whom it has cultural ties, such as the United Kingdom and France.
Canada also has a higher proportion of working-age adults with higher education – 55% compared to an average of 35% of OECD countries.

Immigrant students

Canada’s success in school testing is uncommon when compared to international trends.
Countries with better performance tend to be small, with homogeneous and cohesive societies, and with every piece of the education system integrated into a national strategy – as in Singapore, which has been used as an example of systematic progress.
Canada does not even have a national education system, as it is an organization based on autonomous provinces. And it is difficult to imagine a greater contrast between a city-state like Singapore and a country of continental dimensions like Canada.
In an attempt to understand Canada’s success in education, the OECD described the role of the federal government in the sector as “limited and sometimes non-existent.”
It is also well known the fact that Canada has a high number of immigrants in its schools. More than a third of the Canadian youth have both of their parents born in a different country.

The children of the newly arrived immigrant families are integrated fast enough to performance as good as their classmates in a short period of time.
When the latest OECD ranking is analyzed in detail, Canada’s regional results are even more impressive.
If the provinces were considered for the test as separate countries, three of them (Alberta, Quebec and British Columbia) would be among the top five places in science, along with Singapore and Japan and ahead of Finland and Hong Kong.
After all, how has Canada surpassed so many other countries in the area of ​​education?
Andreas Schleicher, director of education at the OECD, says the characteristic that unites the several educational systems is equality.
Despite several differences in educational policies, a common trait among all regions of the country is the commitment to offer equal opportunities in school.
Schleicher says there is a strong sense of balance and equal access – which can be seen in the high academic performance of children of immigrants.
Up to three years later, immigrant students have as higher grades as their colleagues. This makes Canada one of the few countries where immigrant children reach a level similar to that of non-immigrants.
Another distinctive characteristic is that teachers are very well paid in comparison to international standards – and entry into the profession is highly selective.

Equal Opportunities

David Booth, a professor at the Institute for Education Studies at the University of Toronto, highlights a strong base investment in literacy.
There have been systematic efforts to improve literacy, hiring well-trained educators, investment in resources such as libraries in schools and assessments to identify schools or students who may be experiencing difficulties.
John Jerrim of the UCL Institute of Education in London says that Canada’s optimistic performance in international rankings reflects the country’s socioeconomic homogeneity.

The country is not a nation of extremes. On the contrary, its results show a high average, with little difference between the more and less favored students.
In the most recent PISA, the OECD exam, the changing in grades caused by socioeconomic differences among Canadian students was 9%, compared with 20% in France and 17% in Singapore, for example.
More egalitarian results explain why Canada is doing so well in international exams. The country does not even have a residual slice of bad performing students, which is usually something related to poverty.
It’s a consistent system. Considering the little difference between rich and poor students, there is also very little variation between different schools compared to the average of developed countries.
According to Professor Jerrim, the high number of immigrants is not seen as potentially barrier for test success – this is probably one of the ingredients of good results.

Immigrants living in Canada, many from countries such as China, India and Pakistan, have relatively high education, and the ambition to see their children becoming successful professionals.
He says these families are “hungry for success,” and that their high expectations are likely to influence their children’s school performance.
Professor Booth of the University of Toronto also cites this fact. “Many newcomers want their children to succeed, and students are motivated to learn,” he says.
This year has been exceptional for education in Canada. Universities are taking advantage of the “Donald Trump Effect,” with a record enrollment of students viewing Canada as an alternative to the United States after the election of the current president.
The winner of the Global Teacher Award is also Canadian – Maggie MacDonnel is using the award to campaign for the rights of indigenous students.

In the year it celebrates its 150th Anniversary, Canada claims the status of a superpower in education.

Source: BBC Brasil

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