Jobs and work experience hard to find for high school students during pandemic

in May 04, 2021

Emma Matiejewski has been trying to get a job. That hasn’t been easy for the 18-year-old in Edmonton, Alta. “So far I’ve only gotten two interviews,” said Matiejewski, “and the two interviews I have gotten, no luck. “With the pandemic, people aren’t really hiring.” Read more: Alberta’s current COVID-19 status worse than every province[…]

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Fire academy coming to Coaldale high school – Lethbridge

in Mar 27, 2019

At a press conference on Wednesday, Palliser Regional Schools announced that students in Grades 11 and 12 at Coaldale’s Kate Andrews High School will soon be able to participate in a fire academy. READ MORE: Lethbridge fire recruits near end of training: ‘I’ve pushed them very hard’ “It’s going to be a two-year program. Students[…]

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TDSB memo says increased class sizes could lead to loss of 800 high school teaching jobs

TDSB memo says increased class sizes could lead to loss of 800 high school teaching jobs

in Mar 18, 2019

[ad_1] A Toronto District School Board (TDSB) memo obtained by Global News says the Ontario PC government’s plan to increase high school class sizes could lead to 800 teachers losing their jobs. The memo suggests job losses could also affect teachers at the elementary school level. On Friday, the Doug Ford government announced it would[…]

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Toronto Catholic school board says 95 part-time jobs cut after Ontario government funding slash – Toronto

Toronto Catholic school board says 95 part-time jobs cut after Ontario government funding slash – Toronto

in Dec 18, 2018

[ad_1] TORONTO – The Toronto Catholic District School Board says the province’s decision to cut programs aimed at providing students with extra skills and support will result in the immediate loss of 95 part-time jobs. In a briefing note sent this week to trustees, the school board says the jobs losses will affected about 35[…]

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