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And visit EPEA's webpage for Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians, to learn about a program that has been designed to offer successful students the opportunity to build a lasting career in shipbuilding. Changing the Face of Shipbuilding - Irving ShipbuildingJun 25, 2019 · In 2018, 11 graduates of the Pathways to Shipbuilding for Indigenous Students were hired and are also building ships for Canada. The first Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians class is completing their first year of study and scheduled to graduate in 2020.

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Jun 29, 2021 · Pathways to Shipbuilding provides equitable access to opportunities, programs and training for Nova Scotians who are historically underrepresented in the shipbuilding trades. Through the program, women, African Nova Scotians and indigenous people are able to gain skills allowing them to take part in shipbuilding opportunities. First-ever Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African The first-ever Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians concluded today at Halifax Shipyard where students had been working on their final practical training in the two-year welding program. East Preston Empowerment Academy hosted program partners today at the shipyard to acknowledge the success of the program. Government of Canada helps African Nova Scotians prepare Aug 15, 2019 · The Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians project will support 20 African Nova Scotian students through the Pre-Apprenticeship Welding Diploma program at NSCC. The project is specifically designed for African Nova Scotians interested in a career in welding in the shipbuilding industry and employment at Irving Shipbuilding.

Grad finds success through Pathways to Shipbuilding

Similar Pathways to Shipbuilding opportunities are available to unemployed and underemployed women and African Canadians through partnerships with Women Unlimited and the East Preston Empowerment Academy. Having graduated from his program and now fully employed, Brad says these opportunities benefit everyone. J.D. Irving, Limited:Home - products, services Jun 30, 2020 · Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians Friday, June 19, 2020 The first-ever Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians concluded today at Halifax Shipyard where students had been working on their final practical training in Nova Scotia shipbuilding program seeks to draw Feb 21, 2021 · Nova Scotia shipbuilding program seeks to draw marginalized groups into industry. Tyrell Young, an apprentice welder and recent graduate of the Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians

Nova Scotia shipbuilding program seeks to draw

Feb 21, 2021 · The Pathways to Shipbuilding program is a collaboration between Nova Scotia Community College, Irving Shipbuilding and government and community partners. It is free for students, with Irving contributing up to $1.5 million a year to cover tuition and other fees. Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians reaches Jun 19, 2020 · Designed to offer students that might not normally get the opportunity to launch a lasting career in shipbuilding, the Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians program aims to increase the number of diverse welding apprentices at Irving Shipbuilding. Pathways to Shipbuilding program brings jobs offer for 20 Jun 20, 2020 · At a graduation ceremony being held at Irving Shipyard in Halifax right now. 20 students have completed the Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians. Its a two-year metal

Recent grads paying it forward to empower future students

The 2020 class during an event to announce a $228,476 federal investment to NSCC Akerley Campus, for the Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians project under the new Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness program The 2020 class from the African Nova Scotian cohort of the Irving Pathways to Shipbuilding Program is paying it forward. Shipbuilder achieves childhood career dream during - NSCCIts been just over two years since 20 students from across Nova Scotia took their first steps to become welders through the Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians. In May 2020, all 20 students whod began the program in 2018, became NSCC graduates and Shipbuilding program creates career - JD IrvingApr 19, 2018 · A collaboration of industry, academia, government, and African Nova Scotian community partners, Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians is an Irving Shipbuilding Centre of Excellence program. It will include a 14-week program comprised of personal readiness, academic refreshers, and essential skills training with career exploration

Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians

Jun 19, 2020 · The first-ever Pathways to Shipbuilding Program for African Nova Scotians concluded today at Halifax Shipyard where students had been working on their final practical training in the two-year welding program. East Preston Empowerment Academy hosted program partners today at the shipyard to acknowledge the success of the program.