Published on June 23rd, 2016

What is a Free-lancer and What do they do?

June 23rd, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Having a full-time steady job in the arts is becoming harder and harder to achieve, prompting many people to become their own bosses and enter the world of freelancing. A […]

Tips for Utilizing Your Business Skills in the Trades

June 23rd, 2016; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

As the trade industry in Canada continues to thrive, more and more people, especially the youth, are grabbing opportunities to get their foot in the door through trade programs and […]

Taking on Too Much and How to Get Back on Track

June 23rd, 2016; By Susan Huebert

Some people love being busy. They enjoy having meetings, going to concerts, and all kinds of activities to attend every week. It can be very easy to take on too […]

Speaking in Tongues – Tips for Learning a Foreign Language

June 23rd, 2016; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

In a multicultural country like Canada, it is quite common to hear people speak a language other than Canadian English–whether you are at school or just on the street. As […]

Scholarships for Women in Science

June 23rd, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Here is a round-up of some scholarships specifically geared towards women with a focus on science studies and careers in Canada:  Debbe Gervin Memorial Entrance Award, BCIT This SCHWIST scholarship […]

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeships in Ontario

June 23rd, 2016; By Erin Kelly

The Ontario College of Trades lists 156 skilled trades. They can be divided into four major categories: Construction, Industrial, Motive Power, and Service. The following lists examples of skilled trades […]

Projects and Working Well with Others

June 23rd, 2016; By Marianne Stephens

One of the key skills to learn in all levels of education and at work starts at the elementary level. How to work well with others, or more accurately, how […]