Pathways Programs

School to Career programs provide Halton students with a series of unique opportunities to learn about the world of work, explore potential careers and gain valuable work experience.  Most Pathways programs contain a cooperative education component. The programs are specifically designed to assist all students bound for apprenticeship, college, university or the workplace in making informed career decisions and in developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are essential in today’s workplace. Some of these programs have a fee attached to them for the extras you receive. 

 

These programs are offered at a limited number of sites and may require the planning of alternate transportation for the student.  It is recommended that interested students meet with a school guidance counsellor to ensure that all compulsory credit requirements and all Regional Program requirements can be accommodated. The guidance counsellor will help students create a program pathway which, when successfully completed, will lead to the chosen destination - the world of work, university, apprenticeship or college.

 

Please see a guidance counsellor in your school for more information or go to http://www.haltonpathways.ca/pathway-programs/ to obtain more information.

 

You can go to   register for any of these programs.  MyBlueprint.ca/halton is a web-based registration system that is used by all students in the Halton District School Board.