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Summary: Manitoba Career and Workforce Development Month

Kaitlin SchillingBlogs


This November, we celebrated Manitoba Career and Workforce Development Month. Career practitioners are an integral part of career development, as they help people understand Manitoba industries and career pathways. In order to celebrate this important work, we focused on sharing resources on our social media platforms that assist career practitioners and their clients. Don’t feel like scrolling through Twitter or … Read More

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Why you should consider studying or working abroad

Carley McDougallBlogs


If you’re in your final year of high school, you’re likely feeling pressured to choose which college or university to attend – or what career path you’ll take after you graduate. We know that these decisions can be difficult, which is why we’ve created Set Your Course, Manitoba’s go-to resource for help with choosing the career you want and planning … Read More

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Easy as 1, 2, 3…: Breaking Down the Career Planning Process

Kaitlin SchillingBlogs


Career planning can be stressful. But with Set Your Course, it doesn’t have to be. At Campus Manitoba, we know that choosing a career is not an easy task. According to Career Development Manitoba, career planning is “a lifelong process that focuses on making choices to help you manage your work and personal life. Good career planning requires information about … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Dylan WoodcockNews


It’s the heart of midterm season on university and college campuses in Manitoba. So, why not pause from studying or marking and take a look at this month’s post-secondary news. Missed last month? Read October’s roundup here. BU Psychiatric Nursing Program Hosts Death Cafe While death is a mysterious and often taboo subject in western society, people have questions, thoughts, … Read More

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Making the case for OERs in Manitoba: A look at the financial savings of open education

Dylan WoodcockBlogs


When we launched the Manitoba Open Textbook Initiative in 2015, our primary goal was to make higher education more accessible by reducing students’ costs through the use of Open Educational Resources (OERs) at post-secondary institutions across the province. While there are many benefits to OER adoption, this article will focus on the financial benefits that emphasize just how much students … Read More

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