A student from Glenlawn Collegiate and his Louis Riel School Division Skills Credential
Congratulations to 71 Grade 12 Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) students who earned the LRSD Skills Credential
at 2020 graduation ceremonies.
The LRSD Skills Credential was given to 17 recipients at Windsor Park Collegiate; 14 at J.H. Bruns,; 12 at Collège Béliveau; 12 at Nelson McIntyre Collegiate; 11 at Collège Jeanne Sauvé; and one individual at Glenlawn Collegiate.
The Credential is a unique LRSD career program that offers Grade 11 and 12 students intensive career prep and workshops to augment www.myblueprint.ca
, LRSD's online career management planner for all Grade 9 to 12 students.
Credential students complete workshops in career management, KATA problem-solving, financial literacy, personal branding, personal and professional ethics, and entrepreneurship. All recipients present the LEAN Career Design Canvas
to career coaches. The Canvas is a self-reflective tool that connects the dots of their myriad school, life, and community experiences. The Credential program does not take up a spot on a student timetable.
LRSD is grateful to RBC Future Launch for providing support and mentorship for students in the creation, planning, and implementation of the program.
During September and October, Grade 11 or 12 students in every high school may join a career cohort that organizes the LRSD Skills Credential program. Contact email@example.com
, LRSD Career Consultant, for more information.