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    School-College-Work Initiative

School-College-Work Initiative

  • The School-College-Work Initiative (SCWI) is a program that encompasses three programs that offer high school students a chance to immerse themselves in college curriculum prior to completing high school.

    The three programs offered through SCWI are:


  • Dual Credit Program

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    The Dual Credit Program is an exciting opportunity for high school students to try our college for free.

    High school students enroll in a college course that will count towards both their O.S.S.D. as well as a future post-secondary diploma or certificate programs. Dual credit courses allow high school students to explore their areas of interest and help shape their future educational goals.

    With the safety of our students, staff and teachers in mind, Lambton College has made the decision to offer their current dual credit courses through a virtual delivery model.

    How to Register

    To register for one of the many course offerings available, students must apply through their high school guidance counsellor.




  • School Within a College Program

    SCWI

    The School Within a College program (SWAC) gives students an opportunity to complete their O.S.S.D. at Lambton College.

    Students enroll as full-time high school students but complete their courses in the college environment. They also get to explore post-secondary programs by taking part in the Dual Credit program. 

    Program Hours

    Day Time Program
    Offered to students who are 18-21 years of age
    Monday to Friday - 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Adult Program
    Offered to mature students who are 21 or older
    Monday to Thursday - 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

    Eligibility

    Students must have a minimum of 22 high school credits




    Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

    OYAP

    The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) is designed to provide students with the opportunity to start their skilled trades training while still completing high school. This program allows for an easy transition from high school to apprenticeship training.

    Please visit one of the following websites for updates about OYAP in your school district:



  • Contact

    Sandy Boldt

    Manager, College Access Programs

    Erica Ostojic

    Administrative Assistant

    Justine Cicchini

    Student Liaison & Logistics

    Nicole Krohn

    SWAC Advisor
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