Community Connection

Why you chose to interview that individual

 I chose to interview my cousin, Sarah, because I think her job is interesting (flight attendant with Air Canada)  and I wanted to learn more about it and why she enjoys it herself.     

Her roles and responsibility.

She is a service director. Meaning she has to prepare for each flight, she has to review all the safety aspects that require flying.

 Share what opportunities this Interview has opened up for you.

It has opened up my interests in this being a possible future job.  

 It hasn’t opened up any opportunities specifically, but it has taught me how things run smoothly and efficiently on air plane.  

What you learned from the interview and how that connects to your passions/interests

As a flight attendant, you get to travel to new places all around the world. I like to travel so i think a job as a flight attendant would be interesting.

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Could we slow down the ageing process?

This is my Infographic about slowing down the ageing process. I chose this topic because, the whole idea of life and human evolution Is very interesting to me. So i wanted to learn more about it.

  •  DEFINE: Outline the specifics of the problem. Finding a way to live longer and slow down that ageing process.
  • DISCOVER: Question and Investigate the issue. What are the underlying issues? Who is affected? What stances have certain countries taken on the issue? What other questions need to be researched to get the information needed to take a stand? There are no issues with doing the things that are provided, it’s provided because it’s good for you and can help you to make sure  your healthy.
  • DELIVER: Share your opinion though an infographic. Use a format that is as effective as possible. Include media that gets your ideas across I believe the infographic is good, its presented in a clear and tidy way. I believe overall it’s well put together.
  • DEBRIEF: Reflect on quality of the product and the process you went through. The process went smoothly and efficient. We got good sources of information to further our ideas.



TOKTW 2018


I went to TOKW day with my aunt.

1.What is your job title?

Site Office Manager 

  1. What is your job description? 

Maintain general office duty by evaluating and implementing office systems and procedures and make the necessary adjustments to reflect change and improve operational efficiency. Cordinate flow of correspondence both (internal and external) relative to the operation of the office ensuring accuracy and efficiency with sensitive documents.   

  1. What are the duties and/or tasks you perform at your job?

Raise all purchase orders and contracts systems and procedures and make the necessary adjustments to reflect change and improve operational efficiency 

  1. What qualifications do you have for this job in the following areas:

a) training?Projects management, computer operating systems, human resource programs.   

b)education?Year 12 and various certificate   

c) experience?25 years of work experience

d) skills and attributes (personal qualities)?Very organized/ smart.  

5. What are some of the things you like about the job?It’s a relaxed office that produces a high volume of quality work that ultimately produces luxury homes.  

6.What are some of the things you dislike about this job? Too far from home  

  1. How do you anticipate this job changing in the next 5 years or so? Only going to grow expand and get bigger  

Student Reflections: 

  1. Give three reasons why you would like this job (be specific):

a)Nice work area/office    

b)Being a manager  

c)Working on cool construction sites

Give three reasons why you would not like this job (be specific):

a)Doing computer/office work

b)Responsibility that isn’t for me/not the type I would want to pursue

c)Not my passion

Is this job for you? Why or why not?Not for me because,I don’t see myself being a manager because I’m not that organized and that’s not what I see for my further future.  

Explain the value of the TOKTW experience in relation to your ideas about your post secondary (after high school) plans (education?, training?, travel?, work?).

Take your kid to work day is very interesting you get an inside scoop of what your host does and what goes on daily. Its very interesting you get an inside scoop of what your host does and what goes on daily. Also picking/doing something that you enjoy. 

Digital Footprint

Digital foot print

So, you want to get a job, you’ve been preparing for this for awhile. It’s a perfect job for you but, something that you posted 3 years ago stopped you from getting it. You posted something racist and vulgar. You don’t get the job. Something like that could make your chance of getting it slim to none. Or not getting it at all. Things like racism or mean things that you post could effect your future. It could have been 3 years ago or even 5 ago, still matters.  

What you can do to keep your digital footprint safe and appropriate is being carful what you post and say. You may think its deleted or gone but, once you click send or post It’s there forever. Just think, what would my mom do if she saw I had said this? Or what would my grandma say if she saw this? What you can also do to keep your footprint safe is watching for viruses and bugs. You can also make sure that you don’t get in unnecessary drama and stay out of drama. Instead of getting involved tell a teacher or an adult that you trust because, what you say online can really effect you. You could get kicked off a team, club or you could even get suspended or even expelled.   

 What I learned that being internet safe is highly important, you need to be carful what you say, do and all of that. I would say don’t give in to the internet world and drama ect. Its not real life. People hide behind a screen and say things to you that they probably couldn’t even say to your face. Reacting could make the situation even worse for yourself. I learned what you could have said yesterday, could affect you long time.   

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Digital footprint

Digital foot print

How your digital footprint can effect your future?

You could be applying for a job and you have all the perfect qualities for the job, or lets say you meet all the requirements.                                                                                                                                                                                          Your boss finds something that you posted that was racist or maybe inappropriate now your chances of getting the job are probably slim to none. You can get rejected from a university just because of something you said . If your parents or and adult find something negative or bad on your devise, you can lose their trust for awhile or maybe, a long time.

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strategies that you can use to keep your digital footprint appropriate and safe                                                                     Using social media in a positive way, not posting negative things online.  Being kind to others on social media no bullying or rude comments. Avoiding online drama. Remember what you post, isn’t really ever truly deleted, its forever.  Avoid any weird adds/things that pop up.

information that i would pass onto students                                                                                                                                   being nice and kind to others, being careful what you post. Avoiding viruses and such also.







“Mountain Journey” By Howard O’ Hagan

Dace Conroy was deep in the mountains alone and cold. Dave had been in the mountains for 6 weeks, and he was going to make it to his friend’s cabin without stopping. “Any man would be a fool to travel alone in the mountains” but Dave was determined he was going to make it. 

He had been walking in the fresh white snow, and he had food for five days, an axe, fifty pounds of fur for the market and blanket. He passed a spruce tree. It had wide branches and brown moss where it was clear of snow. It was perfect. He had a choice to keep walking, or to start a to get warm and make a camp at the tree. He chose to keep walking, and to keep looking for a cabin. Slowly nature was wining. His toes and fingers were numb. Dave went to the cabin and it had been burnt down.  He decided to take a seat in the soft snow. Conroy had 10 miles to go.   He passed out. Dave laid there. Then he woke up, he tried to get up he had to his friends were waiting for him but, he just couldn’t. His whole body was weak.  “The world was growing small, dying slowly in the darkness of the sunlight” 

He let his pride take over. If Dave took better care of himself and made a fire near the tree instead of continuing on, he could have easily survived. But he had too much pride. Too much pride can kill you, which in Dave’s case It did.













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