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Victoria - A Parent's Story

We interviewed Victoria, a parent to a Youth in Trades Program participant. She reflects on her family's journey to learn, understand, and start the apprenticeship journey and what her son's future might look like. 

Mega Power Installations
Recognizing Mega Power Installations

For Apprenticeship Recognition Month, the Greater Victoria School District is recognizing Mega Power Installations for their longstanding partnership and contributions to supporting youth in trades and apprenticeships. 

Rebecca Marshall
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples in the Skilled Trades: Rebecca Marshall

This month, we are celebrating Indigenous Peoples in the skilled trades! Rebecca Marshall is a Red Seal Cook, who works as a Transport Canada Endorsed Ship's Cook aboard an Emergency Tow Vessel on the coast of British Columbia. Read this Q&A to learn more about her apprenticeship journey and what being Indigenous means to her. 

Red Seal Machinist
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples in the Skilled Trades: Chelsea Barron

For Chelsea Barron, growing up in a family of tradespeople made the decision of pursuing a career in the skilled trades a natural choice. Read on to learn about her Red Seal journey as well as her reflections on what Indigenous History Month and Indigenous People's Day means to her. 

Asian Heritage Month Feature: 金巧淳 (Judy Chin)

As part of Asian Heritage Month, we’re highlighting and celebrating the diverse backgrounds of the tradespeople that make up British Columbia’s labour force. In this Q&A, we connected with 金巧淳 (Judy Chin), a Red Seal Welder working as a Welder Fabricator in Coquitlam, BC.