LSKY Career Blog
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your own unique journey - whether it involves a trade, college,
university, entrepreneurship or other training - learn about schools and
opportunities - use your school username and password to access the site.
Research careers and schools OR take some personality, interest surveys to find a job that is perfect for you - see SSO for passwords.
A great tool for selecting high school courses. Reach your dreams by planning early. Visit a counsellor at the SSO to determine classes for your desired career path. As well, use this form to be sure you will have the NBCHS Graduation Requirements.
Curious about math strands and what courses lead to what future options? Check out the Math Course Recommendations handout to plan your future!
Apprenticeship Credits (must be employed under the supervision of a journeyperson)
Job Shadow Agreement
Job Shadow Business Participation
Job Shadow Reporting
Special Projects Credits (projects are based upon individual student interest)
Work Education Agreement
Workbased Learning Consent and Waiver of Liability Form
Grade 12 Timeline
Grade 12 Time-Line 2017 - 2018
Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards
Sign up to gain access to a large databank of Canadian scholarships.
Sign up to search through an
extensive database to find scholarships, bursaries and grants.
A scholarship and financial aid website. Register for free and you will be matched with money for school. You will find information on thousands
of scholarships, grants and cash awards.
Yet another site to help you find money for school. Searching for the ideal scholarship is timely - but the benefits are worth it!
Help pay for summer educational opportunities.
Find information on planning for post-secondary, student loans, grants and scholarships. Canada's Education Savings and Student Financial Aid information too!
The Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool is a searchable list of 579
bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada. As well, first nations pursuing post-secondary education can access more information here. Canada wide programming opportunities (summer camps, etc) are also listed.
Students can choose from a number of post-secondary institutes, just be sure to ALWAYS check for current updates regarding requirements.
If you are attending an out-of-country univsersity/college, you will have to write the SAT or ACT exam. Please contact the institute to see which test they prefer. Also note that registration is required, a fee is charged and you must arrange to write it early in the year. Student Guides are available at the SSO.
Guide to Writing Portfolios
Building a Personal and Career Portfolio
Other Important Websites
If you are 14 or 15 and wish to work in Saskatchewan, this program will help prepare you. Bonus . . . it's free!
Earn hours, get experience and save money by completing your SYA passport. See the SSO for more information.
Apprenticeship Credits - What are they and how do I access them?
Explores a variety of programs available at universities aoround the county. Learn about scholarships, application procedures and more!
Spend time volunteering, learning or just travelling.
An innovative, fun and useful resource for exploring post-secondary options. You can even compete for cash!!
Spend an adventure-filled week in the nation's capital! Check out career options and discover your country. A variety of themes are sure to peek your interest (law, arts, science, technology, medicine, sports and more).
A summer program that cultivates resilience, leadership,
connections and compassion through inspiring and challenging journeys of
self-discovery in the natural world. Complete the Outward Bound Canada Application and submit it to the SSO.
Financial planning for post-secondary; services for Aboriginal and disabled youth.
This website helps students find schools AND schools find students. It also provides a listing of scholarships.
ALIS - Governement of Alberta
A great site with interesting surveys, videos and resources. Worth a look!
career portfolio is a visual representation of who you are. It
highlights your skills, abilities, knowledge and talents. It can be
used not only as part of a job interview, college admissions interview,
scholarship application or school leadership position, but as a
self-reflection piece that shows the progress and growth you have made
through your efforts and hard work.
Portfolio Grade 9 Newsletter
How to Get the Most From Your Portfolio