HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Full-time MITT High School students or part-time high school students from a partnering school division should meet with the MITT Accessibility Services Advisor as early as possible in the application process. MITT works closely with with students, families, and our partnering school divisions to support students with accessibility requirements.
Accessibility services are available to all post-secondary learners with a documented disability. MITT will work closely with students and any sponsoring agencies (WCB, MarketAbilties, etc.)
To access Accessibility Services as a post-secondary student:
- Follow the regular MITT program application and admission process, or
- Request that your sponsorcontact the MITT Accessibility Services Advisor to coordinate the application process
- Once the application process has started, an assessment meeting will be scheduled by the MITT Accessibility Services Advisor, the student and sponsor to determine the required supports and to develop a strong Education Plan.
To meet with the Accessibility Services Advisor, please contact the Student Services office at 130 Henlow, at 204-989-6512, or email email@example.com.
The following is a list of links to various services and organizations related to Accessibility Services.
AWARDS, BURSARIES & SCHOLARSHIPS
BRIDGING TO ADULTHOOD
COMMUNITY SUPPORT AGENCIES
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)
Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) / Manitoba
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) / Manitoba
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA)
Celebral Palsy Association of Manitoba
HEALTH COUNSELLING AGENCIES
Canadian Association of Colleges and University Student Services (CACUSS)
LDPride.net: Learning Styles Test
Middle Tennessee State: University Strategies for Success
Wise Guys: Online Tutoring
Canadian Mental Health Association
Mental Health Resource Guide for Winnipeg
Government of Manitoba / Mental health and Spiritual Care
Regional Health Authority Central Manitoba Inc.
Manitoba Schizophrenia Society