Published on January, 2016

Careers in the Trades: A list

January 31st, 2016; By Jasmin Bollman

The trades sector in Canada is constantly growing and changing. So how do you know which career path is right for you? Here at Jobs People Do, we’ve assembled a […]

Why Red Seal Trades Might Work for You

January 30th, 2016; By Mackenzie Wall

You may have heard the advice, “learn a trade – it’s an important skill to have.” That’s good advice: there will always be a need for carpenters, electricians, plumbers, mechanics, […]

Job Shadowing for a Day with a Skilled Trade

January 30th, 2016; By Meghan Brown

So, you are getting close to the end of your schooling, and you have decided to go into one of the skilled trades for your career. You may even already […]

Scholarships for Aboriginal Students Across Canada

January 29th, 2016; By Jasmin Bollman

Bursaries and Scholarships The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada is dedicated to helping Aboriginals reach the highest standard of excellence in finance and management. AFOA’s initiatives in the development […]

Bursaries and Scholarships for Students with Disabilities: Vancouver Island Post-Secondary Schools

January 28th, 2016; By NEADS

Information via www.neads.ca The Lisa Huus Memorial Fund was established in 1988 in memory of Lisa Pauline Huus, who was a third-year sociology student at the University of Victoria. A […]

NEADS Event Calendar: February 2016

January 28th, 2016; By NEADS

Events via www.neads.ca Organizer: University of New Brunswick Career Services Title: University of New Brunswick Career Development and Employment Centre Category: Employment Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick Date: February 2, 2016 […]

Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

January 26th, 2016; By Teodora Pasca

Post-secondary education can be a financial burden for many students, but students with physical or mental disabilities may be particularly affected. Not all colleges or universities are completely accessible for […]