Experiential Learning

Today’s students need learning that goes beyond the classroom to be ready for their future careers. Students can learn about the world of work by exploring diverse careers and industries through different methods of experiential learning (such as job shadowing, co-operative education, apprenticeship, internships, workplace tours, etc.).

Future NB

Helping students and employers access experiential learning opportunities to gain real-world experience and fill labour gaps.

Future Wabanaki

Ensuring Indigenous university students have equal access to meaningful and valuable real-world experiences with local employers.

Working Together for the Future

How are New Brunswickers are taking advantage of Future NB? Check out success stories from Future NB participants.

New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NB TAP)

Connecting students to careers in the skilled trades.

Workplace Essential Skills (WES)

Training aimed at acquiring and /or improving essential skills to succeed in the workplace.

New Brunswick Mentor Apprentice Program (NBMAP)

Using effective mentorship strategies to customize solutions for employers.

New Boots Progressing Women in Trades

Promoting, supporting and mentoring women in non-traditional skilled trades.