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Career Minded February 2016 

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Career Minded is a publication for people thinking about going to school—or back to school—in Maritime Canada. Produced with local schools, Career Minded focuses on the realities of the job market, talking with graduates to find out what kinds of jobs the education options lead to. It's a great tool to help you pick a school.

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Saint Mary’s University
Environmental Science student Nanae Kii shares 5 reasons why the Bachelor of Science program Is great.
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Schulich School of Law Dalhousie University
Jalana Lewis used ext racurricular opportunities afforded by the law school to help get through the academic challenges.
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daVinci College
Angela Dolomont had a great experience in school while learning a rewarding way to help people as a Continuing Care Assistant.
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What can a Chartered Professional Accountant designation do for you?
Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski explains how the CPA shows your fluency in the essential language of business.
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Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency
Helping local people like Anne Jamieson put their education and training to work in Nova Scotia.
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Dalhousie University School of Information Management
Lara Killian got a Masters degree in staying employable during the Information Age.
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Maritime Business College
Beverly Fleet is thankful for the help MBC gave her to make going back to school an easy transition from her regular life.
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Université Sainte-Anne
Third-year student Manon Holmes and one of her classmates talk about the small university’s big advantages.
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Get Your Career In Gear with NSCC
The college's careers website is an interactive innovation.
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University of Prince Edward Island
Andrew Simmons appreciates getting real-world experience through the School of Sustainable Design Engineering.
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Take a career in the skilled trades for a TestDrive
The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency's initiative worked to put Caleb Erskine on the road to success out of high school.
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Saint Mary’s University Faculty of Arts
Laura deBoer & Courtney Glen talk about SMU’s reputation for challenging students at an advanced level.
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Success College
Dan Jodrey found success going back to school for the Travel and Tourism Program.
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Université Sainte-Anne (Halifax)
Janene McIssac got great results quickly from the Intensive French Program.
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Dalhousie University Rowe School of Business
Amir Toulany was drawn to the eight-month Corporate Residency, a stand-out offering in the MBA field.
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Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education
Dayna Wheeler gives 7 reasons why she chose a career in Early Childhood Education.
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ICT Northumberland College
Jillian Mihichuk enjoyed her massage therapy studies thanks to the school’s small, personal classes.
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Saint Mary’s University GMAT preparatory course
Charlene Boyce and her instructor give the inside scoop on the first step to getting an MBA.
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Eastern College
Lisa Lee talks about Eastern’s approach to give you the freedom to get your education your way.
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Saint Mary’s University Sobey School of Business
Andrew Russell, founder of FANFIT Challenge, tells the 5 ways the MBA program prepared him for his career.
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