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Making the Makers

Program Coordinator

Tonia Marshall helps Indigenous students become shipbuilders in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pathways to Shipbuilding is a partnership between the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre, Irving Shipbuilding Inc., Nova Scotia Community College, GE Canada, Unifor, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, Nova Scotia Office of Aboriginal Affairs,  Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education.

Making the Makers

Program Coordinator

Tonia Marshall helps Indigenous students become shipbuilders in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pathways to Shipbuilding is a partnership between the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre, Irving Shipbuilding Inc., Nova Scotia Community College, GE Canada, Unifor, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, Nova Scotia Office of Aboriginal Affairs,  Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education.

Getting Started

Take a look at your surroundings – a computer, cell phone, walls, windows, light fixtures – everything you see was created and improved by modern engineering. 
 

GETTING STARTED

Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency

Now that you've chosen a career in the skilled trades and registered as an apprentice, you are...

Douglas College - Engineering Essentials Diploma

Take a look at your surroundings – a computer, cell phone, walls, windows, light fixtures –...

University of Toronto

University of Toronto Press is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest...