Summer Youth Apprenticeship Programs

Trades Exhibition Hall, Ragged Lake
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The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency works with industry to help promote skilled trades opportunities to youth. This includes the delivery of summer youth apprenticeship programs.

These programs provide grade 10 and 11 students in the Options and Opportunities and Co-op programs the opportunity to earn hours toward an apprenticeship and high school credits through 5-7-week on-the-job paid work terms. The programs are funded and supported by the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency and participating employers. They are led by industry associations and offered in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and regional school boards.  MORE INFO...Contact Teri DeMan

Test Drive Apprenticeship
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TestDrive
TestDrive gives students an opportunity to explore skilled trade careers in the automotive service industry.

Led by the Automotive Sector Council of Nova Scotia, TestDrive is available in the Chignecto-Central, Halifax, South Shore and Tri-County regional school boards. NSCC delivers workplace safety and industry training for students before they start their work terms.

Bricklaying Skills Competition
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Building Futures for Youth
Building Futures for Youth enables students to explore skilled trade careers in Nova Scotia’s construction industry.

Led by the Construction Association of Nova Scotia, Building Futures for Youth is available in all Nova Scotia school boards. NSCC and the Construction Safety Association deliver workplace safety and industry training for students before they start their work terms.

Serve it Up
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Serve it Up!
Serve it Up! enables students to work alongside a Red Seal certified cook for practical, hands-on job experience in the culinary industry.

Led by the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resources Sector Council, Serve it Up! is available in the Annapolis Valley, Chignecto-Central, Halifax and Strait regional school boards. Students receive workplace safety and industry training before they start their work terms.