Calling all Students:
Join Us for Round Two of the Let’s Talk Careers Competition!

Skills/Compétences Canada and Let’s Talk Science are getting ready to offer round two an exciting opportunity to engage students in career discovery and exploration, on the ChatterhHigh platform. Students will have the opportunity to discover rewarding careers in the skilled trades and technologies and STEM while having fun! Join us from April 12 to May 21  on the ChatterHigh platform! It's free and easy for all Canadian schools to get involved. Click here to learn more. 

Students from across Canada can answer a 10 question quiz each day to earn points towards their personal leaderboards and their school. These quizzes will allow them to explore thousands of career options. The schools with the highest ranking at the end of each round will win a cash prize, and the students who answered the most questions right in the allocated time will also win personal cash bursaries! There are $25,000 in cash prizes available to be won!

Hear from one of the top participants as well as representatives from Skills/Compétences Canada, Let’s Talk Science and ChatterHigh by checking out this Streamyard Chat.

Watch inspiring video testimonials of competition participants on how this competition helped them discover and explore different career options on Skills/Compétences Canada’s YouTube Channel.

Check out the student and teacher activation guides and download our promotional flyer.

To learn more about the competition click here. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn while you earn!

It’s a Wrap for the First Round of the Let’s Talk Careers Competition!

Congratulations to the winners of the first round of the Let’s Talk Careers Competition! Nearly 6,000 participants from 200 schools across Canada participated in this competition. Together the schools explored over 444,916 career and post-secondary pathways and earned over $25,000 in cash prizes!

The winning schools were:
W.J. Mouat Secondary in Abbotsford, BC - AAAA division (>1000 students)
Kalamalka Secondary in Vernon, BC - AAA division (500-999 students)
Grace Christian School in Charlottetown, PEI - AA division (100-499 students)
Elkhorn School in Elkhorn, MB - A division (<100 students)

The top schools received cash prizes and the first place schools in the AAAA, AAA, and AA divisions received prize packs from Dewalt and Lincoln Electric, which included some great prizes such as welding gear and brushless power tools for the schools. Thanks to the SCC partners for these wonderful donations. Students were also entered into an individual competition that awarded cash bursaries to the top students who answered the most questions correctly. Of the 5,500 student participants, 242 students answered enough quizzes to win individual prizes.