SD63 Career Education Front Page News
Cece did the hair program in her grade 12 year as a dual credit student and is now working on her youth apprenticeship. Courtney started her youth apprenticeship program after finishing high school and then took the program as an adult. The youth apprenticeship program through Skills Trade BC (formerly ITA) allows school-aged students to earn credit while learning a trade.
Click here to read the full article in the March 2023 issue of Seaside Magazine.
Riley Gains graduated from Claremont in 2021 and took the Welding Foundations program at Camosun as part of his grade 12 year.
Starting this journey in high school, students open so many doors and can be eligible for numerous scholarships like the Youth Work in Trades Award, the Apprentice Incentive Grants and so many more!
Click here to see the complete article in the January 2023 issue of Seaside Magazine.
Grade 11 & 12 students interested in Law Enforcement this Camp is for you!
Application Deadline : Wednesday, November 30th, 2022
See your Career Centre for more information!!
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