Entering the Workforce
If your objective is to enter the workforce upon graduation, you are strongly encouraged to begin your job search well in advance. Ensure that you have a current and appropriate resume and cover letter. Cold calling employers, visiting potential places of employment, and making use of community employment agencies are job seeking strategies you should make use of. Taking either the 2 credit, 3 credit, or 4 credit co-op program at RHSS will enable you to gain job experience that can be recorded on both your resume and cover letter.
Resumes and Cover Letters
A website that provides users with a fun and user friendly way to search for thier perfect career.
JobsPeopleDo is a one stop career resource for students and all thos looking to seek career options. It is primarily designed for students aged 12-18 that are required to indentify career choices in high school. The website offers ob profiles, free scholarships, advice for careers in the Trades, free resume builder, career quizzes, campus life advice, excellent student editorial, contests, and much more.
Use the assessment tools, detailed occupation profiles and comprehensive post-secondary education information, to plan your future career.
See your guidance counsellor for login information.
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This website identifies all options available to high school graduates; apprenticeship, college, university and workplace.It also emphasizes that all career paths have important and equal value in the employment market and economy—highlighting all sectors, from trades, health and social sciences to business, technology and arts.
Government of Canada - Services for Youth
Provides information for Canaidan youth including volunteerism and employment.