Learning in the community
In addition to coursework – or completely outside of the classroom – your student can get involved with a local community organization and contributing to their efforts.
Community Action Projects (CAP)
CAPs offer short- and long-term options to connect in the community. Become a tutor in a high school or volunteer at a senior’s home and make a difference
in your own life and the lives of others.
Our programs and workshops can introduce your student to career options they didn’t even know existed. Find the resources they need to get started today.
Your student can start their career exploration journey now! Discover:
- job shadowing programs allow your student to spend time in the workplace, learning about a specific role and how to get there;
- The In the Field program lets your student try out various occupations within a workplace, learning about the work environment and the skills required
for each role;
- Informational interviews give your student the chance to have one-on-one conversations with professionals who will tell you all about their work
- come to the Career Centre for resume advice, career planning, practice interviews, workshops on entrepreneurship, networking and more!