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Career Minded February 2019 


Career Minded is a publication for people thinking about going to school—or back to school—in Nova Scotia. 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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SMU’s UPrep: It’s Never Too Late to Upgrade your Education
LoffieAnn revisited unused skills, built an academic foundation and reignited her love for writing through SMU’s UPrep Program
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Nova Scotia Community College: Learning Something New Every Day
Olivia Brine gained the confidence to better her future through a career in IT
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Dalhousie university Fountain School of Performing Arts: Saying ‘Yes’ to New Adventures
Go behind the scenes with Virg Iredale, as she learns stage management and gains real-world theatre experience
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Atlantic School of Theology: Moving Closer to God
When Arla Johnson finally said “yes” to God, she moved beyond career aspiration and found her views transformed
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Saint Mary’s University Science: Finding Geology
A happy accident led to Cynthia Sawatzky digging into an unexpected major
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Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education: Learn to Work and Play in a Job Market That’s Hiring
Working hard and loving what she does is the key to Jenna LeBlanc’s success in her dream career
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Université Sainte-Anne: The Curious Thrill of the Sciences
Professor Shawn Craik’s dynamic teaching style instills a passion in truth-seeking science students
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Dalhousie University Rowe School of Business: Diverse Backgrounds in Business
Welcoming students with non-business experience into the Corporate Residency MBA program
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Mount Saint Vincent University: From the Classroom to the Workplace
How Catherine Chase secured employment in her field of study right after graduation
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Fostering a Sense of Leadership and Responsibility in Young Environmental Leaders
Three of Clean’s student interns speak to their life-changing experiences in the sustainability sector
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Saint Mary’s University Arts: Building Bridges Among Cultures
New Intercultural Studies program is unique in Canada
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Université Sainte-Anne: Making the Difference
Tracy Roach took a chance on a new program so that she could become a memorable nurse
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A Hopeful Job Market for 2019
Although a market slowdown was expected, Canada’s private sector actually hit a hiring record

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