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Find out how you can turn what you love into a career. Explore your skills, interests, passions, and what you value in a job. Start planning your career now.
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Explore post-secondary education programs and schools, including apprenticeships. Discover how to plan for and be successful in post-secondary. Find information on paying for your education, transferring credits and more!
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Once you've identified a career direction and the education and training you need to make it a reality, your next step is to explore schools and programs.
If you are thinking about post–secondary education, you will need to request your high school transcripts or a Detailed Academic Report.
You may or may not have to go back to school to get the qualifications you need for the post-secondary program you want.
There’s a lot you can learn beyond the classroom—informally with friends and fellow students and in clubs, groups and programs.
Time is your most precious resource. Think about how you spend your time now, and how you could free up the time you need to succeed at school.
Practising personal management, communication and teamwork employability skills at school will prepare you to use them at work.
People learn in different ways, but most of us usually use a single style or method more often than another. Knowing your preferred method of learning may help you with your studying techniques.
Finding enough time to study—and using that time effectively—can be a challenge for many students. The good news is that good study habits can be learned.