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CareerFitter is a hybrid personality career assessment test. The test is designed to provide you with insight into career options based on your work personality. If you are trying to figure out what to do with your life, this is a great place to start learning more about yourself and the types of jobs you’ll be happy working in.
CareerFitter offers a basic free career report and a premium 10-page career report for only $19.95!
Next Step Connections (NSC) offers real world learning programs for students and new graduates. Program capabilities include global internships, work experience, study tours, short term programs, virtual internship projects and student employability programs. NSC is best-suited for students and young professionals looking to travel the world to build their skills in real work environments. When submitting your application, enter promo code : REROUTING to receive a$50 discount
Students and New Graduates
Pioneers of Tomorrow is a student-led organization that helps guide teens down their own, unique pathways to success. Based in the Greater Toronto Area, Pioneers of Tomorrow seeks to ensure that all students have the necessary resources and opportunities to make integral career choices. Through panels of industry professionals, skill-based webinars, and career guidance, Pioneers of Tomorrow is dedicated to helping youth find the careers that truly suit them.
Young Scholar is a non-profit community resource dedicated to helping students with their transition into post-secondary education, whether it be financially or otherwise. From portfolio building and offering an in-house scholarship, to academics and mental health (see Project Noise), Young Scholar has become a go-to resource for students and parents.