Q&A Series!

SD38 Career Programs
 2021-2022

Come join us on the first and third Wednesday of each month anytime between 3pm and 4pm to ask any questions you might have about Career Programs options available to you while you are still in high school.  This is an informal ZOOM session rather than a formal presentation, so you can join and leave at any time.  Questions will be fielded and discussions will follow, so you might find some very help information as you consider options you have for your education now and your future career(s). 

Find the ZOOM information or QR code on the Career Slat Board by your school counselling office.  If you have any questions, please contact us by emailing us at careerprograms@sd38.bc.ca or calling us at 604.668.6000 ex.3766

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 YOU ARE INVITED!

SD38 Career Programs
Parent Zoom Info Sessions 2021-2022

The SD38 Career Programs Office is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Hosted by Terri Lockhart Coordinator, Career Programs.

 

Topic: SD38 Career Programs - Parent Info Evening

Learn about SD38’s 14 apprenticeship training programs that senior students can start while in high school. Tuition is covered and students graduate with employable skills immediately upon completion. We will provide an overview of our Youth Train in Trades and Youth Work in Trades programs and how to apply for these.

 

Time: (3 repeating sessions to choose from)

Option 1: Wednesday, November 9, 2021 06:30 PM

Option 2: Tuesday, January 26, 2022 06:30 PM

Option 3: Thursday, February 24, 2022 06:30 PM

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://sd38.zoom.us/j/61949121628

 

Meeting ID: 619 4912 1628

Passcode: 235401

 

 

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BC Career Education Society Newsfeed

Check out what is in the news in Career Education around BC

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http://cesbc.ca/

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The Industry Training Authority (ITA) has announced the hiring of a new apprentice advisor for the Lower Mainland to provide on-the-ground support and guidance for local apprentices and employers in Surrey, White Rock, Richmond and Delta.   - Leader file photo

The Industry Training Authority (ITA) has announced the hiring of a new apprentice advisor for the Lower Mainland to provide on-the-ground support and guidance for local apprentices and employers in Surrey, White Rock, Richmond and Delta. 
Read the story here:

http://ow.ly/ImpY6

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