Careers

Career Preparation and Exploration Information

The Work Experience that Grade 11 & 12 students participate in allow each person to see first-hand a career that they are interested in. They are given the chance to choose an area of interest and businesses that they would like to see. The hope is that by going out, participating and seeing the work that people do on a daily basis will help students connect the dots between education and careers. This program encourages students to stay in school because they see the correlation between business, labour, education and the community. It gets students thinking about what their next steps are past graduation and increases their self-confidence and social skills.

Outcomes of the Career Preparation and Exploration program, students will receive two half credits, Life/Work Building 35S and Life/Work Transitioning 45S.

High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP)
HSAP is a program that allows High School students to begin an apprenticeship by working in a trade of their choice, while earning high school credits and accumulating hours toward their level one apprenticeship. Students are able to:
• Apprentice in one of the 55 plus recognized Manitoba Trades (see Apprenticeship Manitoba Website).  Apprenticeship MB
 Earn up to eight Grade 12 Credits towards graduation based on 110 working hours per credit.
• Learn a lifelong skill while still in high school.
 Apply the on-the-Job training after high school graduation
 Receive practical, paid work experience
 Receive at least 10% above minimum wage.
 

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