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- Important dates and deadlines
- Quick links
- Connect with us
- General inquiries
- Department directory
- Career and Workforce Development Services
- Student Services
- MITT Bursaries
- Student Loans
- Immigration Services
- MITT High School Partnership Program
- Online Activities and Resources
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Important dates and deadlines
Program start dates
Fall 2020 – September
Winter 2021 – January
Spring 2021 – TBA
Counsellors Seminar – Thursday, September 17, 2020
MITT Open House – Tuesday, February 23, 2021
MITT Future Explorations (Pembina Trails School Division) – Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Rotary Career Symposium – Cancelled
Brandon Career Symposium – Postponed TBA
Manitoba Construction Expo – Postponed TBA
Domestic application open dates
Fall 2020 – Open
Winter 2021 - Open
Spring 2021 - TBA
Domestic application deadlines
Winter 2021 - November 30, 2020
Spring 2021 - February, 28, 2021
Fall 2021 - June 30, 2021
Applying on-time for a Manitoba Student Loan according to MITT program start date:
September program start = Apply no later than July 1
February program start = Apply no later than December 1
May program start = Apply no later than February 1
Connect with us
General inquiriesHenlow Campus
130 Henlow Bay
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
- Applications and admittance to post-secondary and English Language Institute programs
- Collection of transcripts and supporting documents for admission
- Issuance of Acceptance Letters
- Program deferral requests
Records and Registration
- Processing student registrations and withdrawals
- Maintaining student graduation records
- Issuance of letters and documents, including: official transcripts, confirmation of enrolment, Secondary student progress reports, certificates and diplomas
Sharon Taylor, Assistant Director, Admissions and Enrolment
Alyssa Saurette, Manager Admissions
Meghan Trueman, Manager, Records and Registration
Student Recruitment (Domestic)
- Domestic student program information, entrance requirements, tuition and fees and how-to-apply
- Campus tours
- Career fair and presentation requests
- Mail-out requests (view books, wall charts, etc.)
Marnie Groeneveld – Director, Centre for Career Development, Experiential and Lifelong Learning
Cary Tardi, Coordinator Student Recruitment and Pathways
Holly Shimaro, Recruitment Officer
Student Recruitment (International)
- International student program information, entrance requirements, tuition and fees and how-to-apply
- Agent inquiries
- Immigration consultation
Annie Li – International Recruitment Manager
Mekala Wickramasinghe – Coordinator, International Student Recruitment
Mindy Cha – Immigration Services Advisor
Career and Workforce Development Services
At other schools, Career Services is an office that you can go and visit…
At MITT, career education is a part of everything we do!
How is MITT Career Development Services different than other institutions?
At MITT, career education is part of your curriculum. People choose MITT because we offer short-term programs that lead to employment, and we want to make the transition to your career is as easy as possible. We also listen to employers, and responded by enhancing our services to ensure students are able to find meaningful employment after graduation.
Career Development Services delivers four in-class Work Skills Sessions in every program, focusing on:
- Employability skills and Employer Expectations
- Tailoring your resume to your program – resumes that get results
- Interview Skills – marketing yourself
- Transition to work – how to get the job and then excel in your career
MITT offers all the services and supports other schools do; we just do more!
Additional career services and supports:
- Work-integrated learning and practicum opportunities within most of our programs
- Job postings from employers emailed directly to current students and alumni
- One-on-one career decision making support to prospective students, current students and alumni
We also support current students and alumni with:
- Resume and cover letter development
- Job search techniques
- Interview skills, mock interviews and networking support
Career decision support
It can be hard to decide on your future career. Post-secondary education costs money, and takes time – you want to feel confident about your decision. The staff in MITT Career Development Services love helping people make career decisions!
Whether you are a prospective students, current student or alumni, meet with one of our Career Development Services staff in-person, by phone or online to talk about your career and your next steps! We don’t just talk about MITT programs – we help you make the right decision for you, even if that means choosing a different institution.
Free Career Support Resources
Want to get started on your own? MITT Career Services provides access to the MyBlueprint online career resource that will help with career assessments and occupational information.
MyBlueprint provides extensive career and labour market information for any profession. You can also complete the online assessments to point you in a new career direction. To use MyBlueprint, you must create a free account with your own email and password at: mitt.ca/find-the-right-career (Use the Activation Key: mitt)
We are always here to help!
Once you use MyBlueprint, you can talk to one of our Career Development Services staff about your results. We can help you make sense of the career information and provide advice about your career and post-secondary options. We can help you make career and education choices – and once you are an MITT student, you are always welcome to these supports at any point in your career journey!
At MITT, we are proud of our Career Development Services model. Whether it is your first career or your next career, we are always here to help!
For more information, please contact Career Development Services at:(204) 989-6512 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cover all areas of prospective/current student support and specializations in Indigenous, accessibility and International/new Canadian advising
- Work with students, parents and high school counsellors to ensure new students are supported during the transition into post-secondary and throughout their studies at MITT
- Financial planning
- Time management and balancing personal commitments
- Managing stress, anxiety and building confidence
- Understanding student administrative tasks and MITT policies
When should students meet with Student Services? Early, often and anytime!
Student advising and counselling is welcome anytime during the application and admission process, and is ongoing throughout their studies at MITT. We encourage students and their families to meet with an advisor or counsellor:
- While researching their post-secondary options
- To discuss their personal plan prior to starting
- During studies when questions or issues arise
- Whenever they need support, mentorship or professional guidance
For further details, or to book a student advisor appointment, please contact:
For the 2018-19 academic year, MITT was able to provide over 60 bursaries to assist our technical and trades program students meet their living costs while studying full-time. Bursaries are offered in the Fall and Winter each year. For more details and deadlines, please visit MITT Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards
Throughout Manitoba and across Canada, there are many organizations that sponsor scholarships for students. Future and current MITT students are encouraged to research and apply for every scholarship and award opportunity where they meet some or all of the selection criteria. For a full list of entrance scholarships and search tools, please visit MITT Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards
The ideal situation for a student is to cover their tuition and living costs with personal savings and/or family support. This is ideal, but not always possible. However, lack of financial support should not be a barrier to entering full-time studies.
The next best option to help students cover their expenses while studying is a government student loan issued through their province of residence and the Government of Canada.
“I don't want to be in debt when I graduate. I will just keep my job while studying.” Our experience shows that more than 15 hrs/week at a job dramatically reduces the amount of time available for study and success in an MITT program. Finances, time management and successful grades are closely related and one usually impacts the other. A government loan provides a student money but also time to study.
Where to Apply – Students must submit their loan application to their province of residence. Manitoba residents can apply online at www.studentaid.gov.mb.ca. Students from other provinces can find their online application with a quick Google search.
For further information, students can also visit the Canada Student Loans website at www.canlearn.ca.
When To Apply – Students should apply for their loan as early as possible or approximately 2 months before the first day of class. Applying late is not a major problem, but late applications might result in not paying tuition on time or not being able to afford living expenses until later.
Manitoba Student Aid typically posts the online application for the fall/winter school year in early June.
- Immigration Services Advisor provides prospective/current students with legal advice on visa and immigration matters including study permit, Co-op work permit, post-graduation work permit, visitor visa and other Canada visa and immigration matters.
- Immigration Services Advisor provides students with individual consultations, permit application workshops and guidelines to ensure students are supported throughout their studies at MITT.
When should students apply for a study permit? As soon as they receive a Letter of Acceptance!
Study permit authorizes students to study at a designated learning institution in Canada for the duration of the program of study.
Students are required to have a valid study permit if their program is longer than 6 months. Study permit processing at IRCC may take approximately 2 to 9 weeks, depending on the visa office.
Official information can be obtained from the following IRCC webpage: www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit.html
Co-op Work Permit
If Co-op (work practicum) is mandatory to complete a post-secondary program, students must apply for a Co-op work permit. Students may apply for Co-op work permit & study permit together OR apply after receiving study permit.
Official information can be obtained from the following IRCC webpage:
Post-Graduation Work Permit
Students who have graduated from MITT’s post-secondary program would be eligible for a post-graduation work permit, as long as they meet the eligibility criteria specified by IRCC. Depending on the length of the program, post-graduation work permit would be for 1 year or 3 years.
Official information can be obtained from the following IRCC webpage:
For further details, or to book an appointment with Immigration Services Advisor, please contact:
High School Partnership Program
High School Credit Information
- Auto Technology
- Culinary Arts
- Electrical Trades Technology
- Motosport Technician
- Welding Technology
Online Activities and Resources
Stuck at home? MITT Career Development Services and Student Recruitment have developed a variety of online activities and resources to help your students/clients explore our programs and careers during school clousures.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Career Development Services is pleased to continue offering 1-on-1 career support via email, telephone, skype and zoom.
What can we help you with?
Using myblueprint.com we can work with you to find some career paths that match your interests, learning styles and motivations
Have a few different career paths you’d like to explore? No problem! Let’s talk about it and see what each one can offer you!
How can you contact us?
Send us an email at email@example.com with your name and what kind of help you are looking for. We will review your email and contact you to either set up a time to talk or continue through email correspondence.
Looking for to update your resume and job search techniques? MITT.ca has some online resources that are for everyone:
Resumes: For our in-depth resume guide that will take you step-by-step how to write an effective resume. Click here
Cover letters, interview and job search: we have a host of quick reference tip sheets that are easy to access and download. Click here
Student Recruitment is pleased to continue offering 1-on-1 consultations to prospective students via email, telephone, skype and zoom.
What can we help you with?
- MITT program information
- Start dates
- Entrance requirements
- Tuition and fees
- Bursaries and scholarships
How can you contact us?
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help! We will be in touch to arrange a consultation with you.
Watch our Post-Secondary Webinar:
Click here to view our virtual post-secondary presentation from the comfort of your own home! Learn more about MITT post-secondary programs, students services and campus amenities, entrance requirments, tuition and fees, bursaries and scholarships and how-to-apply.
Think you know your MITT trivia? Watch our post-secondary webinar above and test your knowledge by playing our Kahoot quiz!
Learn more about MITT programs by checking out our YouTube Channel!
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.