Created to showcase leading industries, employment and educational opportunities in Manitoba and beyond, the Rotary Career Symposium is a unique event to help expand your career possibilities! From Aerospace to Law, Trades to Government, Hospitality to Technology, more than 185 Exhibit booths and 30 speaker sessions are included in the two-day event. Featuring both business and educational leaders to help you to update your career profile, it’s the largest and most comprehensive event of its kind in Canada. Don’t miss out!
The Career Symposium is open to all Grade 9-12 students, career seekers, and the general public from March 14-16, 2017.
Reasons to attend the Rotary Career Symposium
Over 10,000 people attend the Symposium each year.
The show floor hosts over 185 exhibitor booths.
There are 30 speakers sessions providing “A Day In The Life” career insights.
March 14th, 2017
(6pm – 8pm) March 15th, 2017
(9am – 3pm) March 16, 2017
(9am – 3pm)
Red River College is pleased to announce that the Library and Information Technology program will be hosting an information session on the evening of Tuesday, February 7. This two-year diploma program is an excellent fit for people who enjoy working with technology and the public, and who love to read.
The session will be held at 160 Princess St., in Room A104, and will run from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
For more information about the evening please reach out to the program coordinator, Kelly Stifora, by phone at 204.949.8517 or email rstifora@RRC.ca.
If you are considering post-secondary, you do not want to miss this information session. Learn about full-time programs, the admissions process and the various support services that are available. There is something for everyone at Red River College.
*This is the same presentation that is delivered to high schools and adult learning centres but this is an opportunity for students who have missed these opportunities to attend. Parents and family members are welcome and encouraged to attend! Register at rrc.ca/rrcinfo
If you are like many of the people that I meet who are looking to attend post-secondary school, you are looking for guidance on what program to take. There are many of us at Red River College that can provide you with information about the programs, career opportunities, etc. but only you can begin the process of determining what will be the best fit for you. There are a number of tools here at the college that can guide that process but it is you that needs to answer questions about yourself to determine the answer. By visiting www.rrc.ca/careerexploration you can find the Career Exploration Workbook to help you start with that process. Here, you can also obtain access to Career Cruising.
Many people want to make a lot of money, many people want to contribute to their community, but it is important that the work you do is something that you will enjoy and be excited about. It is for this reason that you need to define your priorities. We spend a lot of time at work so its important to pursue a field that is right for you. There are things to consider like lifestyle, future plans, your personality, your learning style, your values that all together can determine what might be a good career fit for you as an individual.
What kind of a work environment do you picture yourself in? What kinds of hours do you see yourself working? Shift work? Monday to Friday, regular office hours…. These are all questions to consider relative to the fields that you are considering.
The Career Exploration tools that are on the web page listed above are a good starting point. Once you have been through this process and narrowed things down a little bit, you might look at meeting with an Academic Advisor, taking a campus tour or doing a little bit more research on Red River College programs. You can obtain a current copy of Red River College’s Viewbook by visiting www.rrc.ca/visitwithus.
Its hard to believe that it was ten weeks ago, that I was packing my RRC vehicle for my first recruitment trip of the season to northern Manitoba. It feels like I just started traveling on these tours. I was looking at our monthly reports and it shows that I have presented to over 80 different groups of students from across Manitoba in the last 10 weeks. It’s crazy to think that it is was actually possible. I have met some pretty amazing students with big dreams. I love hearing about how they plan to incorporate an education from RRC into their future and what they inspire to do with the rest of their life.
Do you feel like you need some assistance in discovering what Red River College has to offer? I want to encourage you to check out a number of different resources available to you free of charge.
-Career Exploration- Next session is taking place on December 11th, 2012 from 3-5pm for more information or to register email firstname.lastname@example.org
-Meet with an Academic Advisor- To set up this appointment email email@example.com
Red River College will be attending the Brandon Career Symposium, Monday, March 5 to Wednesday, March 7, 2012. We will have a number to booths with instructors and recruitment staff available to answer questions. Learn about any of Red River College’s programs and meet staff from the following programs:
Business/Technology Teacher Education
Industrial Arts Teacher Education
Vocational Teacher Education
Electrical Engineering Technology
Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic
Also in attendance will be Recruitment Officers from Aboriginal Student Support Services and Community Relations, Continuing and Distance Education, and Enrolment Services.
Check out the website for the Brandon Career Symposium for more information:
It’s hard to believe it’s December, and that most of our traveling is done for another year. Over the last couple of weeks I had the opportunity to travel to destinations like Boissevain, Deloraine, Melita, Killarney, Ashern, Gimli, Stonewall and Warren. I was mentioning to some of my friends how each of these towns is so unique. The students are all very different from one place to another, and their career goals differ as well. Throughout my travels I also took some more pictures of the statues in each of the towns I drove through.
Some personal highlights from my travels:
Reconnecting with an old friend I hadn’t seen in over 5 years while in Boissevain.
Visiting with the locals in Gimli at Bingo Night.
Having some great conversations with students about their future.
I wanted to thank all the students and staff at each of the schools I visited this fall, and look forward to returning again next fall.