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Provincial Take a Kid to Work Day

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St. Charles College grade 9 student Cody Watson proudly worked alongside his mom, OR nurse Joelle Watson.

November 22, 2012 - Grade nine students in the province of Ontario participated in Take a Kid to Work day on November 7, 2012.  At St. Charles College, over one hundred students were on site at job locations around the city.  A number of students took on positions in healthcare, education as well as the retail and industrial sectors.
 
It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for grade nine students to learn about a career opportunity that interests them and  illustrates the importance of education, skills development and training. 
 
The day is organized by “The Learning Partnership”, a non-for-profit organization.
 

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