Work Experience, Apprenticeship Training
and Steps to Success
Work Experience Blog
Please come visit the Career Centre in Room 203
Open Monday-Friday 8:10-3:10pm
WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER EDUCATION:
We get many students dropping by our Room in 203 looking for volunteer or paid positions. Please encourage them to view our blog spot….
Did you know you could save thousands of dollars on post-secondary by helping your son/daughter figure out what they want to do before they finish high school?! Your son or daughter can join the Work Experience Program (WEX) and try out potential future careers! If this interests your son or daughter, please see a counselor to add WEX to their courses. There are classes inside and outside the timetable!
Work Experience WEX12A or WEX12B (4 credits each)
Students are placed with local employers in positions that align with their interest and future career goals. The community becomes the classroom where students gain experience in the workplace and are provided with a frame of reference to review or revise their career goals. Through employer assessment, students receive valuable feedback about their employability skills and technical skills related to specific occupations.
Work Experience is comprised of pre-placement classroom assignments, placement activities including successful completion of 90 hours (minimum) at a community worksite(s), and post-placement assignments. The Work Experience teacher and the Work Experience facilitator will work with students individually and in small groups to assist students with choosing and obtaining relevant and meaningful placements.
Contact Mrs. Oliver at 604-903-3700 Local 809909 or email@example.com
our students were placed last year: Alex Couvell, Sherwood Park as a
TA; Andra Chitan, OceanWise, Aubrey Dorey –Havens, Terry Beech’s Office
and Parkgate Senior Center; Brigitte Kay, Medical Imaging, Discovery
Days, Chidrens Open House, and Dr. Bazilli’s office; Cameron Lloyd, Lynn
Valley Physio, Collen Tetzlaff, Delbrook Animal Hospital, Dayton
Learoyd, JABC, Dylan Soriano, Lynnmour Elementary and the NVSD Blog;
Justin Walton, Destination Chrysler; Kami Yamamoto, Arm Group and Ice
Sports; Lisa Gray, Salmon Hatchery; Mya Nevin, Bur-Han to name a few!!
Civic Youth Award Winner:
the 2020 Year, Sarah Pollard was awarded with the District of North
Vancouver Youth Community Enhancement award; Florence Durocher, Justin
Walton and Lisa Gray were awarded the District of North Vancouver Youth Recognition Award. We are proud to support our youth any way we can.
DO YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A STUDENT EXPERIENCE YOUR WORK ENVIRONMENT?
If you do, we would also welcome a call or email from you. We are always happy to have new host employers!!! Contact Mrs. Oliver at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-903-3700 Local 809909.