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Benefits to the Employer

Employers have the opportunity to:
  • Showcase their organization's commitment to the education of young people, the workforce of the future and possible future employees for your organization
  • Share their experiences and expertise with students
  • Help students understand the specific educational requirements, essential and employability skills necessary to obtain employment and be successful in a specific job or occupation
  • Build morale, community spirit and workplace pride among employees


Courses and Programs Involving Work Placements
  • Automotive Technology
  • Advertising Art
  • Building Construction
  • Career Development
  • Collision Repair Technology
  • Community Service (Volunteer credit)
  • Culinary Arts
  • Design Drafting
  • English Language Arts
  • Family and Community/ Family Studies
  • Hairstyling
  • High School Apprenticeship Program
  • Life Skills
  • Welding


If you are interested in hosting a student(s) or would like further information please contact Erin Mills, Career Education Coordinator at 204-729-3925 or email:

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