Career Expo 2020: COVID-19 Update POSTPONED to Sept. 29, 2021
In light of the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we have had to make the unfortunate decision to cancel Career Expo 2020 as set for September 30th. Our plan will be to postpone this annual event until September 29, 2021. On behalf of Chinook School Division and the Career Expo planning committee, thank you to our vendors and community partners for your continued support of this event. Without your continued support and the support of our local communities, events such as these would not be possible for our students.
Thank you for your consideration. Stay safe and healthy!
Career Expo 2019
Each year, students in grades 10–12 across the school division are invited to attend the annual Career Expo held at Swift Current Comprehensive High School. The day is designed to give students opportunities to explore various potential career paths.
Students are given the opportunity to:
Attend presentations to learn more about a specific industry, post-secondary institution, field of study, etc.
Tour over 60 exhibits and displays showcasing post-secondary institutions, professional and other organizations, government agencies, and major employers found in our region.
Meet and interact with various professionals and employers
Learn more about timely career path development options within various industries
Health Science Simulator Workshops
"REAL Talk" Sessions – speak to someone working in the chosen career
Online registration is required for Grades 11 and 12 only to attend interactive sessions.
Guide to Career Expo 2019 Sept 20.pdf
Career Expo 2019 - student promo POSTER.pdf
Registration Guide to Career Expo 2019 June 13 (1).pdf
10 Student Passport-SCCHS.pdf
10 Student Passport-RURAL.pdf
11-12 Student Passport-SCCHS.pdf
11-12 Student Passport-RURAL.pdf
Exhibitors: Pre-plan your day using the Registration Guide to Career Expo 2019.
2019 Exhibitor Package Letter.pdf
2019 Career Expo Exhibitor and Presentor Registration Form.pdf
Career Expo Presentation Guide 2019.pdf