Wonder of Work Westman

Wonder of Work Westman
Convocation Ceremony

Saturday, March 11, 2017
Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium
205-20th Street
Brandon, Manitoba

Ceremony One: 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Ceremony Two: 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Ceremony Three: 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Note: please check the Convocation Ceremony Guide to determine which of the three ceremonies you should attend.

Convocation Ceremony Guide




The Wonder of Work Program aims to give children the broadest career-sampling experience possible, opening their eyes to a world of self-discovery, career options, and empowerment.

From Stock Market Broker to Biochemist, Carpenter to Engineer each year 180 kids aged 10-and-11 are nominated by their schools to experience 40 occupations and professions at Assiniboine Community College and Brandon University.

For 12 weeks, from November to March, children spend up to five hours each Saturday participating in hands-on education and career focused experiences.

Wonder of Work lets kids have fun uncovering their likes, dislikes, and potential. They are inspired to see the link between education, career development, and personal success, while learning to take charge of their unique career paths.

With the Wonder of Work, children become their own career champions.



What We Do

Participants visit the following post-secondary institutions and can experience careers like:

dsc_9227-wrAssiniboine Community College

  • American Sign Language
  • Agriculture and Environment
  • Business Administration
  • Kinesiology and Recreation Management
  • Native Studies
  • Interactive Media Arts
  • Police Studies
  • Trades and Technology


Brandon University

  • Anthropology
  • Biology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Education
  • Geography
  • Health Studies
  • Political Studies
  • Theatre and Film




Students are expected to maintain excellent attendance, actively engage in lessons, and contribute to a respectful and positive learning environment.

Fee: There is a participation fee of $25 for joining the program.



Transportation: bus service is provided to all participants.

Graduation: at the end of the program participants attend a formal graduation ceremony in recognition of their hard work and dedication.

Family Days: during the program year, four Family Days are scheduled so that friends, relatives, and teachers get to experience a day in the life of a Trekker.



For more information contact:

Lora Hay
Program Coordinator – Westman
P: 204-571-8546
TF: 1-800-693-3864 ext: 155
E: lhay@careertrek.ca


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