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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Classes are out and students are off for the summer. Now is the time to get outside and enjoy the weather. But in case you’re caught indoors, here is some light reading – Campus Manitoba’s post-secondary news roundup, featuring stories and events from our seven partner institutions. Province to provide free access to SECD resources for early years practitioners and students … Read More

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Why You Should Take a Gap Year

Sarah NantaisBlogs


Congratulations, you’re done high school! If you aren’t done, you’re probably getting really close to it. Now is the time to get ready to go to university or college, right? You’ve just spent thirteen years in school and now you’ve got to spend another two to four in a full-time program. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Well, maybe not. Maybe you … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Sarah NantaisNews


With summer just around the corner, spring is in full swing! Here is Campus Manitoba’s post-secondary news roundup, featuring stories and events from our seven partner institutions. UWinnipeg Grad Student Partners with City to Map Mosquito Dispersal Patterns Watch out mosquitoes – your days are numbered! The City of Winnipeg is teaming up with Martine Balcaen, a UWinnipeg graduate student, working … Read More

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Winnipeg Rotary Career Symposium 2018

Sarah NantaisEvents, News


The Virtual Help Desk Navigators packed up and hit the road early last week to participate in the Winnipeg Rotary Career Symposium (Rotary). The weather was betraying a hint of spring so moods were good all around.  For two days and one evening we were ready to speak to people about Set Your Course and find out what they want … Read More

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Life After Post-Secondary

Sarah NantaisBlogs


You’ve spent years toiling away at your degree or diploma. You’ve devoted as much time and energy as you could to getting that piece of paper that says you’re a graduate. Maybe you spent two years in school full time or seven years studying part time. The point is, you’re done! Here comes the question you might have been avoiding: … Read More

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