Published on July, 2013

Women in the Trades

July 31st, 2013; By Chelsea Mizzi

Let’s be honest how many of us girls grew up dreaming of being a mechanic or a welder? The answer is probably not many, and if you did you probably […]

Making the Case for Trades

July 31st, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Times have changed in the world of jobs. You might have heard from your parents or teachers that the best way to get a high-paid, reliable job is through a […]

Preparing for High School

July 31st, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Starting high school can be an exciting time for many people. If you’re nearing that point in your life, you probably feel a combination of fear and anticipation. It’s the […]

August Scholarships of the Month – Apply Now!

July 27th, 2013; By Jasmin Bollman

Just because it’s August doesn’t mean you should not be applying for scholarships and bursaries. There is always something out there – so go get that free money! 1. SecureReset […]

The Dog Days of Summer

July 27th, 2013; By Jasmin Bollman

August is here, and you may be feeling the summer doldrums. It’s at this time when many of us start to get antsy and eager to return to a routine […]

Learning about the Red Seal Program

July 23rd, 2013; By Service Canada

What is the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program? The Red Seal program was established to provide skilled workers with greater mobility across Canada. Through the program, certified journeypersons are able […]

Apprenticeships: Finding An Employer

July 23rd, 2013; By CareersInTrades.ca

Finding an employer is the first and often most difficult step in an apprenticeship. If the employer you’re interested in approaching doesn’t employ apprentices, check out our list of resources […]