Greenall School provides students with excellent opportunities to meet with people to learn more about potetnial careers in a wide variety of disciplines.
GHS works closely with the Regina District Industry Education Council (RDIEC) to connect students with people in industry, business, healthcare and more. Each month, the RDIEC organizes "Career Spotlights" where Grade 10-12 students can attend half-day or full-day, onsite, tours learning about potential careers in a specific field.
Students can see Mr. Dufour for more information and to register for any of the Career Spotlights.
Parents and students can also visit RDIEC.ca for more information on the programs that they offer.
Upcoming Career Spotlights:
March 25 9am-4pm Computer Gaming and Programming - This spotlight will focus on the information technology sector and the various careers and opportunities of people who work in such roles as Game Developer, Programmer, Systems Analyst, Business Analyst and Help Desk Technician. The students will have the opportunity to spend a day at the Business Information Systems (BIS) program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus. BIS will be hosting a one day computer gaming camp that will give attendees some hands-on experience working with gaming applications and techniques. In addition, there will be a presentation on IT careers in Saskatchewan.
April 16 9am-12:30pm Regina Police Service - This spotlight will focus on the Regina City Police. The students will have an opportunity to spend the morning at the Regina Police Service Headquarters at 1717 Osler Street in Regina. Individuals from the Regina Police Service will explain the training process and describe the characteristics that they are looking for in a candidate. Students will eat lunch in the classroom. The morning will end with a presentation about career opportunities, salary expectations and working conditions.
Transportation to Career Spotlights is provided from Campus Regina Public, 1069 14th Ave. East in Regina.
To register, or for more information, see Mr. Dufour or visit RDIEC.ca