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Graduation packages have been mailed to student who submitted all required documentation.event 7/24/19
Semester 2 Reports and Grad Packages
Report cards will be mailed out Thursday July 11th to all students who have submitted their proctor forms. Please allow 10 days for delivery.
Graduation packages will be sent out to graduating students who have submitted their proctor forms beginning the week of July 15th.event 7/10/19
Summer School Week 2
Summer School is now underway. All students should have begun coursework. Live session are Monday and Wednesday with Open Office time on Thursday. Check course home pages for times.event 7/8/19
What is the CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health™ Challenge?
It’s your time to step up — and stay up — to defeat mental illness.
CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health™ is a Canada-wide challenge to share one night to inspire hope for the one in five Canadians living with mental illness in any given year. It starts now and continues through to Friday, April 7.
Millions of Canadians experience the pain of living with mental illness, as do their families, friends, and colleagues. As few as one in six youth with mental illness or addiction will access appropriate treatment. As many as nine in ten people with alcohol use disorders don’t seek professional care.
It’s time to step up to defeat mental illness.
In its first two years, CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health™ has rallied 3,500 brave participants and more than 15,000 donors, raising more than $1.5 million. The efforts of participants and donors have helped:
- Create three new youth clinics to help address the gap in mental health treatment.
- Inspire hope through discovery by testing new treatment options for people with severe and treatment-resistant depression.
- Publish over 500 journal articles, sharing the incredible discoveries made at CAMH.
- Continue to redevelop CAMH facilities to build treatment, education and research spaces that reflect respect for patients and hope for recovery.
- Expand effective and timely access to mental health services in remote and underserved communities around the country through technology and access to telepsychiatry.
This year, the Virtual Learning Centre will be stepping up and helping to inspire hope in new ways.
- Register and join the VLC team to step up and stay up together.
- Stay up for part of the night or overnight as part of our virtual One Brave Night challenge.
- Come up with some fun ideas to do while you are staying up. eg. games night, movie marathon. Events must be safe for all and in the spirit of wellness!
- Raise funds to support those living with mental illness. The more we raise, the bigger the impact we’ll have.
- Use this link to sponsor our team. Select "Donate" from the menu options on the right hand side of the page, then select "Team" to search for Virtual Learning Centre.
At the end, submit a #OneBraveSelfie to the assignment posted in this student guide course and we will put together a slideshow to commemorate an inspiring night and the difference we made
What’s your One Brave Night?
Abby Bunn, a VLC student, has been selected to represent Canada at the 2019 World Archery Youth Championships Aug. 16-26 in Madrid, Spain. Read here for more details about her successes.
Congratulations Abby! Very best of luck from all of us at VLC!
VLC will be updating G Suite (Google) applications in August. This will impact all google services including email and drive. More information will be shared as it becomes available.
Best Wishes to all VLC students, families and staff.