CBC – Dozens of young people from across New Brunswick gathered in Saint John Saturday to discuss ways to turn the tide on the drain of Maritimers who move West. The Technology, Entertainment and Design – or TED – speak was put on by a group of high school students who received a allow from the University of New Brunswick.
Click pic to enlarge FutureBuild, a pre-apprenticeship program that teaches construction skills to low-income East Contra Costa residents gives Small World park a face lift in Pittsburg, Calif., where Nyasia Jenkins uses an electric drill on Tuesday, March 12, 2013. Jenkins is drilling holes in an area where a deck is being replaced near the pond.
Published 12:03am Thursday, November 1, 2012 NATCHEZ — Briana Chester is only in high school, but she knows what it’s like to a be divorced, single mom barely scraping by on a service industry job. But that’s not because she’s taken a wrong turn early in life. It’s because she and several of her classmates ran a simulation on trying to budget using real-life scenarios and numbers as part of their Family Dynamics class at Natchez High School.
Teachers in the South West increasingly fear that high youth unemployment will condemn pupils to a “vicious cycle” of low expectations and a future life on the dole. The recession means more kids arrive at school hungry, dirty and struggling to concentrate with some instructors even dipping into their own pockets to feed pupils, according to a poll by the Prince’s Trust and the Times Educational Supplement.
April 10, 2012 GREG MECKBACH digital media editor Carolyn Butterworth heard that the construction industry is going to need 160,000 new workers. So, the Grade 8 teacher at Whitchurch Highlands Public School, north of Toronto, took her students to Future Building, a job fair organized by the Ontario Construction Secretariat (OCS). “Many of the students are interested in the trades,” she said.
Building the trades that build Ontario Ontario is on the verge of a building boom, but real concerns persist about the availability of a properly trained workforce to complete all the work that needs to be done.
Future Building 2012 career exhibition will host 206 area students TORONTO, Ont. — Today’s students are the solution to tomorrow’s looming skilled labour shortage, and more than 200 students from the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board will be getting a crash course on some of the career opportunities available to them at Future Building 2012. Students from Dr.
IslamabadChief of Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Air Chief Marshal, Rao Qamar Suleman has advised the students that they must cash in on their immense potential and extraordinary qualities to set higher educational goals for themselves in their future life. He made these remarks while addressing as chief guest at annual CAS award ceremony of Fazaia Schools and Colleges held at Aftab Auditorium of Fazaia Inter College here.
A surprising email came to manyWalnut Lane and Grace Street residents on Thursday: Their futurehomes are being demolished. Kevin Meaney, the associate directorof the Office of Residence Life, stated in the email that JMU hasdecided to rebuild these buildings for 2012-13. “The Walnut Lane Flats and GraceStreet Apartments will be demolished in the next few months afterschool is out in order to make room for construction of newhousing,” Meaney said.
Written by Kaitlin Bradshaw/Pilot internSaturday, 09 July 2011 00:00