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									       Collège
Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau


    Life After
   Graduation
Guests
 Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface
 CPET Alumni
 Manitoba Apprenticeship and Trades
 Manitoba Student Aid
 Red River College
 University of Manitoba
 University of Winnipeg
 Winnipeg Technical College
Agenda
1. Credit Checks and Graduation
   Requirements
2. University/College entrance
   requirements
3. Entrance Scholarships
4. Types of Awards
5. Application tips
6. Overview of Scholarships
7. Apprenticeships
8. Loans and Grants
Credit Checks
Credit Checks
 Counsellor checks every grade 12
 student
 Student has final responsibility
 Compulsory courses must be completed
 Optional credits to fulfill grad
 requirements
 French language credits to fulfill
 requirements
 A Provincial diploma is possible if CPET
 requirements are not met
Graduation Requirements
Credits
Students seeking to graduate in:
 2009-10 and beyond require a
 minimum of 30 credits
   Comprised of compulsory and option
   credits.
 CPET diploma:
   23 French Immersion Credits
 Provincial French Immersion
 diploma:
   14 French Immersion Credits
CPET/Provincial Requirements
Grade 9Grade 10          Grade 11        Grade 12

English 10F   English 20F English 30S           English 40S
Fran 11G      Fran 20F        Fran 30S          Fran 40S
Fran 10F      Math 20S        Math 30S          Math 40S
Math 11G      Science         Science 30S       P.E. 40F
              20F
Math 10F      Geo 20F         Histoire 30S      Option at the
                                                grade 12 level
Science 10F   P.E. 20F        P.E. 30F          Option
S. S. 10G     Option          Option at the
                              grade 11 level
P.E. 10F      Option
Option
Option requirements
 French Immersion Program:
   Within the optional subject areas, students
   must complete one Grade 11 credit and one
   Grade 12 credit.
    • Keep in mind that universities require 5
      Grade 12 credits in courses designated S
      (Specialized) or G (General), with a
      minimum of three of these credits in S
      courses.

 English Program:
   In the absence of Français 40S, students
   must complete two credits at the Grade 12
   level.
School’s out for…?

Options after high school
Post-secondary Programs
and Opportunities
 Universities
 Public and private colleges
 Technical institutes
 Apprenticeship training
 Private vocational schools
 Cooperative Education Programs
Differences between
university and college
 University is based     Community college
 on theory. It is a      courses are practical
 place for higher        in nature and are
 learning, it educates   career oriented.
 for life. The courses   Courses are focused
 are academic in         and lead to a specific
 nature and resemble     type of employment.
 a continuation of       Universities and
 high school where       colleges are offering
 you can select          more and more joint
 courses from a wide     and co-op programs.
 variety of options.
Admissions
University of Manitoba:
University 1
Entrance Requirements

 Manitoba high school applicants must
 have high school graduation with a
 minimum average of 60% over six full
 credits at the Grade 12 level, in courses
 designated S (Specialized)or G
 (General), with a minimum of three of
 these credits in S courses.
University 1, cont’d
Completion of one of the following sets (A,
  B or C) of requirements:
  Set A:
    • One credit of Grade 12 S or G English,
     with a minimum grade of 60%, and
     • A minimum average of 70% over three
     Grade 12 S or G credits
  Set B (Limited Admission):
    • One credit of Grade 12 S or G English,
     with a minimum grade of 60%, and
     • A minimum average of 63-69% over three
     Grade 12 S or G credits
University 1, cont’d
 Set C (Limited Admission):
   • A minimum average of 70% over three
    Grade 12 S or G credits, but lacking the
    Grade 12 S or G English requirement (final
    is less than 60%).

 NOTE: Admission under Set B or C will include
 some registration restrictions and additional
 performance standards with academic
 supports and services also provided.
University of Manitoba:
Direct Entry Programs
 Direct Entry programs are available to
 students after graduating from high school.
 High School applicants to the University of
 Manitoba are expected to meet the:

 1. specific Grade 12 subject requirements of
 the program
 2. minimum performance levels
 3. professional suitability (where applicable)

 Candidates must be aware that meeting the
 minimum entrance requirements will not
 guarantee admission.
Direct Entry Programs, cont’d
  University 1
  Agriculture (diploma)
  Engineering
  Fine Art Studio Degree
  Fine Art Diploma
  General Studies (Extended Education)
  Music
Programs that Admit from
University 1
 Agricultural & Food      Human Ecology
 Sciences                 Kinesiology &
 Business                 Recreation
 Dental hygiene           Management
 Dentistry                Medical
 Education                Rehabilitation
 Engineering              Medicine
 Environment, Earth       Nursing
 and Resources            Pharmacy
 Fine Arts (Art           Science
 History)

These Faculties have High School Prerequisites
Advanced Entry Programs
 Advanced Entry

 Advanced entry programs require
 applicants to have completed university
 course work prior to application. In
 most cases, students will complete this
 work in University 1.
University of Manitoba Dates
 Advanced early admissions; University one,
 Engineering and Music: December 1st.
 Regular Entry into school of Music January15th.
 Asper school of Business March 15th.
 Early application deadline to be considered for
 entrance scholarships for University One, General
 studies, Engineering, Fine Arts and School of
 Agriculture February 20th.
 Application deadline for Engineering and Fine Arts
 May 1st.
 Final application deadline for University One,
 General Studies and School of agriculture August
 14th.
New Developments at U of M
 MET# is required on applications
 Really pushing the online application
 CO-OP Education
   Receive credit for work and be paid for it
 Biology prerequisite: must have Bio. 40S to
 take Biology (with a lab) in university.
 If you are missing a prerequisite for Physics,
 Chemistry, or Biology, there are courses
 (credit/non-credit) you can take as the
 prerequisite.
University of Winnipeg:
Entrance Requirements -Regular
         Faculty of Arts, Science and
            Business & Economics
 High school graduate with at least five courses
 at the Grade 12 level (designated A, S or G),
 at least 3 of which are at the 40S level.
 Grade 12 students will need a minimum of one
 credit English 40S and a minimum of one
 credit of Mathematics 40S (Pre-Cal, Applied or
 Consumer).
 The average of the three best 40S courses
 (including English and Math plus one other
 40S credit) must be a minimum of 65% to
 secure Regular Status admission.
 An average between 50 and 64.99% will result
 in Conditional Status admission.
Continued…
 High school prerequisite for certain
 programs are still in place.
 Writing requirement:
   All students must take Academic
   Writing (1st year).
   Exempt if you have 80% in 2 grade
   12 English courses.
University of Winnipeg:
Entrance Requirements -Early
 Applying for Early Admission gives you an
 advantage: you will be notified early about
 your acceptance and, if you're accepted, you'll
 also receive preference when it comes time for
 registration.
 Getting your application in before the March 1
 deadline also means you've met the
 scholarship deadline and you will automatically
 be considered for scholarships.
 If you aren't accepted for Early Admission,
 your application will be held and considered
 for Regular Status admission.
University of Winnipeg:
Entrance Requirements -Early
 To qualify, you must meet Regular
 Status admission requirements and
 have an average of 70% on your best
 three academic 40S subjects. (This
 average is based on your March/April
 interim marks.)
 Those three subjects must include one
 of the following: English 40 (2 credits),
 Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S, or
 Applied Mathematics 40S.
U of W:Entrance Requirements –
Advanced Early
 You have completed Grade 11 and are
 currently enrolled in Grade 12 courses leading
 to graduation in June.
 You will meet Regular Status Admission
 requirements by June.
 You have an average of at least 80% in
 English 30S and any two other subjects from
 the list of Approved Grade 11 Courses
 (Consumer Math does not count).
 You must submit an Application for Admission
 and an official high school transcript with final
 grade 11 grades by December 1 .
University of Winnipeg Dates
Advanced early admissions: December
1st. Must have an average of 80%. To
be considered for scholarships your
average must be 91%.
Early admissions: March 1st must have
an average of 70% in your three best
grade 12 courses. In order to be
considered for entrance scholarships
your average must be 80%.
Final application deadline: August 1st.
Faculty of Education
 Graduate of high school
 Two credits of English 40S if the applicant is
 presenting with Applied or Consumer Math
 Average will be calculated using 2 English 40S
 courses (or one English and Math Pre Cal) and
 two others from the approved list.
 For 2008-09 admission the cut-off average
 was 75%.
Approved 40S Courses (U of W)
 Biology 40S        Mathematics:
 Chemistry 40S      Applied Mathematics
                    40S or Pre-Calculus
 English 40 (two    Mathematics 40S
 credits)           (Consumer
 Français 40S       Mathematics 40S is
                    not used to calculate
 French 40S
                    average)
 Geography 40S      Music 40S (one of:
 Physics 40S        Band, Choral, Guitar,
 World Issues 40S   Strings, or Private
                    Music Option)
New Developments at U of W
 Online application process
 Global College: BA in Human Rights
   Program length: 3 or 4 years
   Three streams
    • Reading and Writing Human Rights
    • Society, Culture and Economy
    • Institutions, Law and Politics
New Developments at U of W
 Faculty of Business and Economics
   Direct Entry from high school
   Must have Applied or Pre-Cal Math
    • Consumer Math  Upgrade course
   Program length: 3 or 4 years
   (recommended)
Red River College-
Entrance Requirements
  In addition to the general admission
  requirements listed below, some programs
  may require you to do additional coursework,
  take an entrance test or attend an information
  session.
Regular Admission Requirements
  The Regular Admission Requirement for all
  College programs (excluding upgrading and
  integrated programs and those programs
  requiring post-secondary education) is
  Manitoba Grade 12 high school graduation
Red River College-
Entrance Requirements
 Grades 10, 11 and 12 compulsory subjects are: Grade
 10: 1 credit in each of language arts (English), math,
 science, social studies and physical education/health
 education; Grade 11: 1 credit in each of language arts
 (English), math, social studies; Grade 12: 1 credit in
 each of language arts (English) and math.

 Applicants may submit applications upon completion of
 Grade 11. Applicants must submit a transcript of the
 completed Grade 11, and confirmation of enrolment in
 Grade 12 prerequisite subjects. Official final grades
 must be submitted by July 15 for enrolment in Fall
 intakes or by the deadline date specified in the
 applicant’s letter for other intakes.
CUSB Admissions Requirements
University One
 Entrance Requirements
 Manitoba high school applicants
 must have high school graduation
 with five full credits at the Grade
 12 level, in courses designated S
 (Specialized)or G (General), with a
 minimum of three of these credits
 in S courses.
CUSB Admissions Requirements
University One
Completion of one of the following sets (A, B or C) of
  requirements:
  Set A:
    • One credit of Grade 12 S or U English (or
     Français), with a minimum grade of 60%, and
     • A minimum average of 70% over three Grade 12 S
     or U credits
  Set B (Limited Admission):
    • One credit of Grade 12 S or U English (or
     Français), with a minimum grade of 60%, and
     • A minimum average of 63-69% over three Grade
     12 S or U credits
CUSB Admissions Requirements
University One
 Set C (Limited Admission):
   • A minimum average of 70% over three
    Grade 12 S or U credits, but lacking the
    Grade 12 S or U English requirement.

 NOTE: Admission under Set B or C will include
 some registration restrictions and additional
 performance standards with academic
 supports and services also provided.
 Application deadline: July 4th.
Apprenticeships
Apprenticeships
 Apprenticeship is quality, low-cost, post-
 secondary training that leads to certification
 as a journeyperson in a skilled trade.
 However, unlike university or college, where
 YOU PAY for your entire education, as an
 apprentice YOU GET PAID to learn.
 Most trade programs take approximately 2-4
 years to complete and they combine
 approximately 80% paid-on-the job training
 with 20% technical/in-school learning.
Certification
 Occupations are classified as either
 compulsory or voluntary. Generally,
 compulsory occupations require workers to be
 certified or registered as apprentice in order
 for them to practice in the occupation.
 In Manitoba, "certified journeyperson" means
 a person who holds a Certificate of
 Qualification issued by the Manitoba
 Apprenticeship Branch. "Registered
 apprentice" means a person who has signed a
 formal apprenticeship training agreement with
 his or her employer, and had that
 apprenticeship agreement registered with the
 Manitoba Apprenticeship Branch.
Compulsory Trades
 The requirement of compulsory certification in a trade is
 based on a request from industry. Criteria for
 compulsory certification in any trade must include
 proven enhancement of:
     public and worker safety
     consumer and environmental protection
     value added to the quality of work being offered to
     the public through uniform training and professional
     standards
 There are over 50 designated trades in Manitoba in
 which you can take apprenticeship training. Nine of
 these trades require compulsory apprenticeship
 training, meaning that to legally work in Manitoba, you
 must be a registered apprentice or a certified
 journeyperson.
Compulsory Trades
1.   Construction Electrician**
2.   Industrial Electrician**
3.   Crane & Hoisting Equipment Operator (includes
     Mobile, Boom Truck and Tower Crane Operator)
4.   Electrologist*
5.   Esthetician (includes Skin Care Technician and Nail
     Technician)*
6.   Hairstylist*
7.   Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic
8.   Sprinkler System Installer
9.   Steamfitter - Pipefitter
Training
 Eighty percent on-the job practical training,
 20% is technical/in-school based training.
 Technical training in most programs is
 available in-class or by distance education
 Training institutions include:
    Red River College (Winnipeg), Red River
   College/Stevenson Aviation & Aerospace Training
   Centre (Southport, MB), University College of the
   North (The Pas, MB), Assiniboine Community
   College(Brandon, MB), Southern Alberta Institute of
   Technology-SAIT, (Calgary, AB), Northern Alberta
   Institute of Technology-NAIT (Edmonton, AB),
   Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and
   Technology-SIAST, (Moose Jaw & Saskatoon, SK)
Admissions to Apprenticeship
 General Admission - A high school diploma or
 equivalent is required for most trades programs.
 As many of the trades are either technology based,
 require calculations and an environment in which you
 will be working with people, it is important to have
 courses in English, math and sciences.
 A Canadian Benchmark of Level 6 or 7 is recommended
 for all trades. Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition
 (PLAR) may be used to identify recognize skills and
 knowledge that can be credited towards apprenticeship
 training (i.e. SYAO, Pre-Apprenticeship/Pre-
 Employment).
Winnipeg Technical College
Entrance Requirements
 Various programs have specific requirements, for
 example:
 Pharmacy Technician:
    Grade 12 Consumer or Applied Math (40S)
    Grade 12 English Language Arts (40S)
    Grade 12 Biology or Chemistry (40S)
    20 wpm keyboarding speed
 Rehabilitation Assistant:
    Applicants must have a grade 12 high school diploma
    (academic) from a Canadian school including credits
    in:
    Grade 12 English Language Arts (40S)
    Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics (40S)
    Students are also required to have a current CPR
    (Basic Rescuer) and First Aid Certification (required
    by start of classes)
Henlow Campus
Auto Mechanics
Carpentry
Culinary Arts & Design
Electrical Applications
Hairstyling
Industrial Electronics
Industrial Mechanic/Millwright
Industrial Welding
Internet Specialist
Microcomputer Systems Technician
Motosport Technician
Network Support Technician
Production Art
Technical Drafting
Web Design
Pembina Campus
Business Administrative Assistant
Medical Administrative Assistant
Pharmacy Technician
Rehabilitation Assistant
Louis Riel Arts and
Technology Centre
Programs at Louis Riel
 Administrative Assistant
 Automotive Technology
 Building Construction, Trades &
 Technology
 Computer Repair & Network Technology
 Culinary Arts
 Esthetics
 Hairstyling
 Pastry Chef
 Web site Developer
Scholarships, Awards
   and Bursaries
Definitions
 An Award usually involves multiple criteria
 such as academic achievement, demonstrated
 financial need, and school or community
 involvement.
 A Bursary is usually given to a recipient
 based on demonstrated financial need and
 satisfactory academic progress.
 A Scholarship is given to a recipient primarily
 based upon academic achievement.
 Entrance Awards may require an application
 and may be awarded to recipients prior to
 their starting a program.
U of M Entrance Scholarships
 Leader of Tomorrow Scholarships $5000
   Application Deadline: December 1st
   Criteria:
   Minimum average of 90% in set courses
   Leadership qualities, future potential,
   communication skills
   Application forms available at the CPET
   counselling office
 Advanced Early Admission Scholarships
 $1700
   Application Deadline: December 1st
    (completed undergraduate admission
   application)
   Criteria:
   Minimum 92.5 % average for grade 11 courses
U of M Entrance Scholarships
 Entrance Scholarships
   Application Deadline: February (completed
   undergraduate admission application)
 Value:
   Values are set each year in tiers established
   according to high school average thresholds.

 >   95%         $2,000
 >   92.5%       $1,700
 >   90%         $1,400
 >   87.5%       $1,100
 >   85%         $800
U of M Entrance Scholarships
 Isabel Auld Entrance Scholarship and Chancellor’s
 Scholarships
    Application Deadline: February (completed
    undergraduate admission application)
    $5000 renewable for three consecutive years
    Minimum average of 95%
 Chown Centennial Scholarship $500
    Awarded to the best "all-round" graduating student
    from CPET
    Register for a full course load at the U of M
    Candidate is nominated by Collège Pierre-Elliott-
    Trudeau staff
    No application necessary
 Athletic Scholarships
    Athletic ability to be chosen to play for the U of M on
    C.I.A.U. team
    Selection by the coach for a scholarship
U of W Entrance Scholarships
Major Entrance Scholarships

 Alumni Entrance Scholarship $5000
    Outstanding academic achievement, extracurricular
    contributions to school and community, and strength
    of character. High schools nominate one student.
 Marsha P. Hanen Scholarship $4500
    Selected from the nominees for the Alumni Entrance
    Scholar.
 Walter Leatherdale Entrance Scholarship
 (full tuition and books)
    Same as Alumni Entrance Scholarship, but for
    students from rural communities.
U of W Entrance Scholarships
 Chancellor’s Special Entrance Scholarship $4000
    Deadline: March 1st
    Awarded to two students with the highest incoming
    average
 Special Entrance Scholarships
    Deadline: March 1st. Consideration is automatic
    with Early Admission app.
    Guaranteed to students with the following averages
 > 95%       $2,250
 > 90        $1,750
 > 86%       $1,100
 > 80%       $800
 Advanced Early Admission Entrance Scholarship
     $1750
    Deadline: December 1st.
    Awarded to students who qualify for Advanced Early
    Admission with an average of 91% or higher.
U of W Entrance Scholarships
 Alumni Family Entrance Scholarship
 $2000
   Out-of-town or out-of-province student whose parent
   or grandparent is an alumnus; based
   on academic standing and extracurricular activities.
 Other Entrance Scholarship $100-$3000
   Awarded based on academic standing, participation
   in extracurricular activities, and
   involvement in particular academic programs.
    Deadline: Submit an application for admission and
   an Entrance Scholarship
   Application by March 1st.
CUSB Entrance Scholarships
 General entrance scholarships $500
   Minimum 80% in Français, Math and one other 40S
   course
   All applicants to CUSB or ETP considered
 Merit entrance scholarships $1000
   Minimum 90% in Français, Math and one other 40S
   course
   Applications available at the registrar
   Deadline: September 30th
 Bourse d’étude de la langue minoritaire officielle
 $500
   $500 awarded annually to all full-time students at
   Collège universitarie de Saint-Boniface
   or l’École technique et professionnelle
    Deadline: September 30th
CUSB Entrance Scholarships
 There is also an extensive list of General
 Bursaries and Scholarships
    -to be enrolled in a Business Admin program
    -to be involved with and volunteer for the Pastoral
   services at CUSB
    -to be a member of a CUSB sports team
    -to be enrolled in a tourism program
    -to be Métis
    -to have financial need
    -to be enrolled in a nursing program
    -to study in French and maintain an average of
    3.0
    -to study in History of Political Sciences
RRC Entrance Scholarships
 H.C. McGregor Entrance Scholarships 20 x $750
  Available to applicants in the following programs:
    Automotive Service Technician, Carpentry, Electrical,
    Piping, Refrigeration, Manufacturing Technician,
    Precision Metal Manufacturing, Electronic and
    Network Technician, Welding, and wood Products
    Manufacturing.
 Women in Trades Bursaries 2 x $1500
  available to women planning to enroll in the
    following:Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Carpentry,
    Collision Repair and Refinishing, Electrical,
    Manufacturing Technician, Outdoor Power Equipment
    Technician, Power Engineering Technology,Plumbing,
    Precision Metal Manufacturing, Refrigeration,
    Welding, or Wood Products Manufacturing.
  Satisfactory academics, strong work ethic, financial
    need
  A one-page essay to be completed
RRC Entrance Scholarships
Bursaries
 Must attend RRC and apply with
 the financial aid department
 Awards are presented in many
 categories
 Deadline: July 31
RRC Scholarships
 RRC Students Association Single
 Parent Bursary
 RRC Students Association Special
 Needs Bursary
 RRC Students' Association First
 Year Entrance Scholarship for
 Rural Students
 And others…
CPET Awards
 Please make reference to the Awards Booklet.
 To apply for school-based awards or school-
 managed awards, use the application form
 available in the pick up/ drop off folder.
 Application deadline:
 Follow the suggestions provided in the
 ―Scholarship Application Tips‖ handout.
External Awards
 Please make reference to the Awards Booklet.
 To apply for non school-based awards or non
 school-managed awards, use the contact
 information provided in the Booklet.
 Application deadlines vary.
 Follow the suggestions provided in the
 ―Scholarship Application Tips‖ handout.
Apprenticeship Grants,
Scholarships and Awards
 Apprenticeship Incentive Grant(AIG), effective January
 2007, providing $1,000/year to apprentices in the first two
 years of an apprenticeship program.
 Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate
 Apprentice graduates are eligible to receive a 60% income tax
 rebate on eligible tuition fees (includes personal tuition fee
 contributions and tuition fee contributions paid on your behalf
 by the provincial government). Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate
 helps support recently certified journeypersons while living
 and working here in Manitoba.
 Tradesperson's Tools Deduction
 The new tradesperson's tools deduction provides employed
 tradespersons with an annual deduction of up to $500 to help
 cover the cost of new tools necessary to their trade. The
 deduction applies to the total cost of eligible tools in excess of
 $1,000 acquired by an employed tradesperson.
Loans and Grants
Loans
 The Canada Student Loans
 Program enables students with a
 demonstrated financial need to attend a
 post-secondary institution by providing
 them with loans to cover the costs of
 going to school.
 Federal, provincial and territorial
 governments all offer student loan
 programs to help you. They are
 awarded on the basis of financial need.
Manitoba Student Aid
 The basic types of assistance for full-time
 students are Canada Student Loan and
 Manitoba Student Loan.
 The maximum Canada Student Loan is $210
 per week of study and the maximum Manitoba
 Student Loan is $140 per week of study.
 To be eligible, students must maintain the
 minimum required course load for the entire
 academic year.
   This means you must maintain and satisfactorily
   complete at least 60% of a full course load over the
   entire academic period in order to remain eligible for
   assistance through the full-time program.
Student Loan Rules
1. Student loans must be paid back. You will need to start
   repaying them shortly after you leave school.
2. You must apply every year to be considered for a loan.
3. The amount of your loan is based on your financial
   situation and the loan program rules.
4. Your loan is either issued to you by the government, or
   by a financial institution that either you (or the
   government) has designated. While there are
   exceptions, you normally get your money in
   2 instalments in a school year: 1 during your first term,
   and 1 during your second.
5. Keep track of who issues you the money—they are the
   ones you will need to pay back once you have finished
   school.
Rules, continued
6. Government student loan programs for students who
   study full-time don’t charge interest until you have
   finished school. Because of this, it's critical to tell your
   loan providers each year that you are returning to
   school.
7. Interest starts to accumulate when you leave school,
   but you don't have to make payments until 6 months
   later.
8. It's your responsibility to keep your loan providers up-
   to-date on your contact information. If they can’t find
   you, they might not be able to set up repayment with
   you. This could cause your loans to go into default,
   which could affect your credit rating, possibly ruining
   your chances to borrow in the future.
9. Borrow wisely. Make sure you are aware of how much
   you are borrowing, and never borrow more than you
   think you need.
Grants
 Grants are available from the
 Government of Canada to increase the
 participation of under-represented
 groups in post-secondary education as
 well as to encourage parents to start
 saving for their child(ren)’s post-
 secondary education early.
 Grants are also available for students in
 a variety of fields and who are at
 different levels in their education.
Grants
 Canada Study Grants and Canada
 Access Grants can provide money to:
   Students with Dependants
   Students with Permanent Disabilities
   Females Pursuing Doctoral Studies
   Students from Low-income Families
   High-need Part-time Students
Career Planning

www.careercruising.com
User name – Manitoba530
Password – careers

www.jobfutures.ca
Federal website that offers a ―quiz‖ and
information about programs, education,
etc.
"[People] want to have meaning in their lives
and they want work to give them that meaning‖
(Richard Bolles )

About 80% of people are unhappy at work, and
  20% are happy. Our culture has separated
  work from passion, and taught us to prefer a
  higher paycheck to higher happiness. That
  mistake costs us our souls. The goal of career
  development is to uncover one's gifts and
  passions, and to link them to the practical
  needs of the world. We call that "being in the
  right place," "finding a good fit," or "making
  the best use of one's talents."
Interesting Information
 Eighty-five Percent of people never end up
 doing what they planned in Senior High.
 Eighty percent of first year university students
 are unsure of the career they are training for
 Half the jobs don’t exist today that will exist in
 20 years
 The average person will change careers at
 least 3 times in their lifetime.
 Almost all young adults (95%) have turn to
 parents for career and job advice. (Ipsos Reid)
Planned Happenstance
 There is a belief entrenched in American
 culture that career planning Is a logical and
 linear activity...
 ...But it’s not.

 We do not always need a plan to create a
 career.
 Instead, we need a plan to act on
 happenstance—
 to transform unplanned events into career
 opportunity.
Planned Happenstance is a
four-step process:
1. Clarify Ideas
   Follow your curiosity and identify your interests.


2. Remove The Blocks
   Wonder ―how I can‖ rather than ―I can’t because...‖

3. Expect The Unexpected
   Be prepared for chance opportunities, such as unexpected
   phone calls, chance encounters, impromptu conversations and
   new experiences.

4. Take Action
   Learn, develop skills, remain open and follow-up on chance
   events.

   Planned: having arranged the parts
   Happen: to occur by chance
   Stance: a view or attitude
          Questions
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