The Career Programs Office offers students in Richmond School District with opportunities to explore a variety of career options while still in high school. Whether students decide to pursue college, university or work after high school, these options open doors and allow students to:
- move ahead in a chosen career path
- acquire skills relevant to today’s labour market needs
- have flexilbility and choice with respect to how, when and where learning takes place (BC Ed. Plan 2015)
The new BC Education Plan offers a greater mix and variety of pathways to graduation and more opportunities for hands-on learning such as skills, trades and technical training. Throughout the school year, the Career Programs Office strives to engage students, educators, parents, and the Richmond community to learn more about the skilled trades and other career options by offering a variety of professional learning opportunities, activities and events. Our office is available for classroom presentations, and can facilitate student try-a-trade experiences at various post-secondary schools.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the various career development resources available to help determine “Your Future without Limits”!!
Form more information visit their website: http://careerprograms.sd38.bc.ca
Forms & Flyers: http://careerprograms.sd38.bc.ca/about-us/forms-flyers