As a student, you might have a notion about what you would like to do for a career. However, have you thought carefully about how to reach that goal?
Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute graduate, Dylan Thomas, shared his personal education journey with about 60 grade 10 to 12 students on Dec. 9, 2014. He was involved a powerful combination of specialized high school programs:
As Dylan remarked, “it’s never too early to begin planning.” Finding the right career is all about finding your passion: “You want to make sure that when you wake up on a Monday morning that you’re excited to get to work.”
Even if you aren’t sure right now about what career you would like to pursue, it is definitely valuable to set up an appointment with a Guidance Counsellor in your high school to explore a range of options that are available to you.
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