On the 20th anniversary of Take Our Kids to Work™ Day, a young man from CQSB’s St. Patrick’s High School shadowed none other than the Education minister, Yves Bolduc, while a young woman from EMSB’s Royal West Academy learned what it’s like to be an executive at L’Oréal Canada.
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John F. Kennedy High School students in “Training for a Semiskilled Trade” have applied their talents and knowledge of the world of work to a project very close to their hearts: the beautification of their school.
The Western Québec and English Montréal School Boards will soon be piloting a program developed by The Learning Partnership to support classes engaged in entrepreneurial projects.
GOAL encourages students to explore their environment and discover the resources available to them. Sometimes those resources are staring us in the face—like the old-but-recently-restored greenhouse attached to Rosemount High School that has become a source of student learning, pride and self-discovery.
Arranging for a professional cabinet maker to visit students at LINKS High School required little extra time on the part of their teacher. But for students with learning difficulties for whom the future is anything but clear, there’s no discounting the impact of such a positive experience.