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We can assist you with your career decisions and training plan, provide information on educational programs and funding sources and help you achieve your goals. This is a free service available to high school students, the general public and current NWC students. Let us help you find the best path that works for you.
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Access confidential career services by making an appointment with a career coach. NWC has current resources and assessment tools to help you determine your career goals. Interests, values, abilities, and personality. Learn how to examine job profiles and labour market trends to make an informed career decision. This is a free service available to the general public and current NWC students.
We can help you in your job search, providing help with resume writing, interview and hiring procedures. If you are near completion of your program and have not found work, let us help you. This service is also available to the general public.
Career assessment resource. Call 306-937-5126, or 234-5108 for access.
Employment, career development and job finding resources for youth.
Job search, resume advice, interviews.
Training, career and worker information for Canadians.
Over 30,000 jobs in Canada, free and easy search, salary calculator and customizable mail alerts.
Career and employment information for Canadians.
Labour Market Information
Detailed information on local labour market conditions and trends.
Research occupations, including duties, working conditions, salaries and advancement opportunities.
Tools and resources to assist people looking to find a new job, make a career change or market their skills.
Saskatchewan Apprenticeship & Trade Commission.
Apprenticeship training is a great way to learn job skills while earning money. It combines hands-on learning where experts in a trade (called journeypersons) pass on their knowledge and expertise to employees (called apprentices) right on the job. This practical training is combined with periods of technical training. Learn more about the exciting career opportunities in the skilled trades.
Are you uncertain of your career choice or want to investigate further? A job shadow can help to gain a better understanding of the actual job as well as provide an opportunity to ask questions related to the career, education, work, etc.
Work placements help students find jobs! If your program does not include a practicum or work placement you should see one of our Job Coaches. They will set up a work placement that works for you. The placement can be anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks, depending on a variety of factors.
If you are a student of North West College and would like more information on a job shadow or work placement, please contact a Job Coach from either our North Battleford or Meadow Lake campus.
Student Services Coordinator
Meadow Lake Campus
Student Services Coordinator