myBlueprint follows a comprehensive education and career planning process to help meet your learning needs, interests, and aspirations. There are several surveys to help you learn more about yourself, including your interests, your learning style, and your motivations.
Connect with the Futures Forward Outreach Coordinator or Post-Secondary Education Advisor to get your free account and support in planning your career.
Government of Canada Job Bank
The Job Bank has several career quizzes and tests that can help you choose, change or develop your career. You can use them as a starting point in your journey to get to know yourself better and explore the wide range of career opportunities available to you.
Get Skills Needed for Employment
You might wonder how you can get a job without any experience.
Volunteering is a great way to gain skills and make professional connections (networking) that will give you a higher chance of getting a paid work placement. Volunteering is also a great way to give back to the community and feel a sense of accomplishment, and purpose, and like you are making a positive difference in the world.
Try to volunteer at places that will give you valuable experience related to your future career goals. If you are still undecided on what career you want, volunteering is a great way to explore your own interests and figure out what you like and don’t like in the world of work!
Check out local volunteer opportunities near you (opens in new window).