View our post secondary webpage.
Students interested in exploring post-secondary options can visit Ms Bousquet in the Career Centre (while maintaining COVID-19 health regulations), contact by email email@example.com or call 204-857-6843 Ext. 2013.
PCI uses http://myblueprint.ca as a resource to help students (and parents) check-out career and post-secondary options specific to each student. Each student has a login and password. Please see Ms Bousquet for assistance, if needed.
Gr. 12 students who are planning on attending university (See Ms Bousquet) or college (See Mr. Hordeski), should be checking to see if you meet entrance requirements.
See Ms Bousquet for the following:
• Post-secondary exploration
• University information
• Grade 12 Scholarships & Bursaries
• Resume Help
• Volunteer & Job Opportunities
• Culture Credit
• Volunteer Credit
See Mr. Hordeski for the following:
• Credits For Employment
• Information about colleges
• Health Care Aide Program
• High School Apprenticeship Program
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 204-857-6843 Ext 2523
Please note: Students will get the most updated information by checking the Grade 12 Google Classroom and the Grad page on the PCI website (starting in November).
PCI Bursaries and Scholarships – there is a required meeting for any students who are interested in applying for PCI Bursaries and Scholarships. This meeting takes place in the second week of Semester 2. Students must attend this meeting to get information on how to apply and gain any additional information needed.
Outside of PCI – Visit the bulletin board outside of the Career Centre for posting of scholarships and bursaries available for students to apply for independently.
Entrance Scholarships – students who are applying to post-secondary, and want to be considered for Entrance Scholarships at the institution where they will be attending need to check Entrance Scholarship requirements. These are NOT the same as entrance requirements. Please see Ms Bousquet in the Career Centre.
All information related to the above topics will be shared on the Grade 12 Google Classroom. Information will also be shared through REMIND (see Career Centre Bulletin Board and Newsletter link on website) and on twitter @PCICareer&OpportunitiesCentre
Many organizations in Portage are in need of volunteers. If you have any time available, drop by the Career Center to see what is available. Volunteer experience can lead to a part-time job, a reference or possibly a career choice.
Students looking for part-time employment can visit the Career Centre to look at the job postings available locally. Resume help is also offered in the Career Centre.