A full day event where high school students in the Greater Toronto Area visit the Seneca@York Campus for experiential workshops and faculty-led discussions. Workshops cover a range of creative programming including design, photography, acting and radio and T.V. broadcasting. Students will have access to our state-of-the-art labs and equipment.
Winter 2021 Information Session
Interested in taking a Dual Credit course this winter? Join us for an information session on Monday, Dec. 14 at 3 p.m. Students, guidance counsellors, teachers and parents are welcome.
Some of our most popular courses are back: Forensic Crime Scene Investigation, Science of Self Care, Sustainable Fashion, Aeronautics and so much more.
Registration is not required.
Faculty of Communication, Art and Design (FCAD) Day
STRIVE: Strength, Resilience and Excellence
High school students will participate in a full day of workshops about career choices, perseverance, successful habits and optimism. Students will self-reflect, identity their academic and career goals, and learn how Seneca can support them on their journey. STRIVE workshops are hosted in collaboration with The Learning Centre, Career Development, Student Life, and Counselling and Accessibility at Seneca.
Promoting Skilled Trades and Technology (PSTT) Day
An elementary school event for Grade 7 and 8 students organized in partnership with Seneca’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Technology. Students participate in a series of workshops in the areas of civil, environmental and fire technology. Students will have access to Seneca’s labs and specialty training classes and will complete faculty-led workshops that focus on skilled trades.
An elementary school event for Grade 7 and 8 students organized in partnership with Seneca’s Faculty of Business and Junior Achievement to promote financial literacy. Students take part in workshops focusing on the importance of budgeting, saving and managing money for success in college and their futures.