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Each year, Techsploration makes scholarships available to Techsploration alumnae. Visit the Scholarship page for more information about deadlines and application requirements.
Visit www.nscc.ca/awards for information on scholarships, bursaries and awards. Be sure to check this site often as there are different opportunities available throughout the year. NSCC will also have information on awards specific to female NSCC Students around mid-September!
Need help making decisions about your education or career path? We’ve compiled a list of career resource websites that may help:
- Canadian Careers
- Canadian Mathematical Society, Resources for Women in Mathematics
- Careers in Culture
- Motorola Careers
- Work IT
- WISEatlantic (Women in Science and Engineering): The NSERC Atlantic Chair for Women in Science and Engineering has launched a number of initiatives in the Atlantic provinces to support junior and senior high school girls and teachers.
- Nova Scotia Construction Sector Council Career Path
Below are websites that list jobs and careers in the fields of science, trades and technology. Don’t forget to ask your friends, teachers and others about potential job opportunities as well; it never hurts to ask!
- Career Beacon
- Career Builder
- Human Resources Skills Development Canada (HRDC) Job Bank
- Jobs Press
- Monster Canada
- Nova Scotia Job Shop
- Service Canada Job Bank
- If you’re interested in technology jobs, coding websites or apps and are looking to land a technology job or launch a startup, check out UIT Startup Immersion, located in Sydney, NS.
- If you’re transitioning from high school to College / University, this article has great tips on how you can improve your study skills in your new environment.