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Cambrian gets a new bridge (but this one helps grads land that first job)

'This new initiative could really be the game-changer,' says Cambrian pres Bill Best
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Cambrian College is employing a new initiative to help graduates find work. 
Funded in part by the province, the New Grad Career Bridge aims to help Cambrian graduates land that first job in their field after graduation, the college said in a news release.

“This new initiative could really be the game-changer in how students choose where they go for their post-secondary education,” says Bill Best, president of Cambrian College. 

“Our job as educators is to prepare our students for the workforce and this program literally does help bridge that gap between graduation and the first day of work. I’m excited to work with the government in launching this project in Sudbury.” 

The Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities said on its website the program provides funding to place recent grads in internships or similar hands-on experiences, develop open license curriculum to help graduates develop job-ready skills and support programs that promote and facilitate internships and opportunities for new graduates.

For more information on the New Grad Career Bridge, you can click here.