Job
Route

What is Job Route?

Job Route is a project to show students what the growing industries in Niagara are and possible future career employment opportunities right here in their own community of Niagara.

  1. Job Route Videos
    These videos feature people from the respective industries and interviews with faculty from Brock and Niagara College. They explain what the industries are and what courses would be needed at post secondary school. The videos come with pre and post-videos surveys.

    Sectors include:

    • Advanced Manufacturing
    • Bioscience
    • Clean & Green Technology
    • Digital Media
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Health
    • Skilled Trades/Apprenticeships
  2. Lesson Plans
    We have created lesson plans for you to use in the classroom. Through the lessons, students will be given multiple opportunities to explore the job prospects in Niagara. Students will identify different types of businesses along with their success rates over the last few years.
  3. Guest Speakers
    We have a pool of guest speakers working in these industries who are willing to come in and speak to the students and answer their questions. Just let us know which industry you would like a speaker for.

Job Route Videos

Videos are tailored to both the District School Board of Niagara and the Niagara Catholic District School Board. Choose your school board below to see the video with students from each respective school board.

What is Advanced Manufacturing?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What is Bioscience?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What is Clean & Green Technology?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What is Digital Media?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What is Entrepreneurship?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What is Health Care?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

What are Skilled Trades & Apprenticeships?

Watch:

 DSBN 

 NCDSB 

Contact

If you are interested in booking a speaker or would like to find out more about the Job Route Project and videos, please contact:

Corrina Massicotte
Job Route Coordinator
Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce
80 King Street, Unit 3
St. Catharines, ON  L2R 7G1
905-684-2362, ext. 225
corrina@gncc.ca

 

With funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation

With assistance from

Brock University Niagara College Canada