Archive: Emerging Careers

Emerging Careers is an 11-part Virtual Classroom series hosted by Jeff Williams. The series offers high school students a brief exploration of a wide variety of careers that are going to become more prominent in the future. Following an introduction program, each episode features an interview with a student or young professional, describing their studies, job and career path.

Episodes

Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 52:37
Host Jeff Williams introduces the series Emerging Careers and discusses career planning and necessary employment skills.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:26
Graphics Designer, Tim Lukian describes his profession for students.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 2:41
Paint Process Engineer, Jane Spence explains her views on her profession.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 2:34
Terrain and Water Resources student, Wayne Beaton explains why he enrolled in the course and why he believes it is an important field for students to enter.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 2:14
Baking and Pastry Arts student, Alejandra Enriquez explains why she enrolled in the George Brown College course and why she believes it is an important field for students to enter.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:36
Interface Designer Harumi Takeshita provides many insights into her profession.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:21
Network analyst Dean Fernandes describes his profession and his duties.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:06
Environmental Pest Management student, Katrina Van Osch explains why she would recommend this profession to students and why she believes it is an increasingly important field for students.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:23
Web Master David Hall describes his profession and explains why he believes it is an important and rewarding field for students to enter.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:03
Arborculture student, Stephen Stone at Sir Sandford Fleming College explains why he enrolled in the course and why he believes it is a rewarding profession for students to enter.
Air Date: March 31, 1999 - 3:23
Recreational therapist, Sarah Scott describes her profession and her duties and illustrates why the profession is worthwhile for students.