Northern Gateway Public Schools Division 10 was presented with a cheque from Whitecourt RBC at Hilltop High School in Whitecourt Thursday afternoon, to go towards Northern Gateway’s Off-Campus and Dual Credit Programs.
A cheque for $50,000 was presented to Superintendent Kevin Andrea and other NGPS leadership members. The grant was applied for through RBC’s Humans Wanted program, which recognizes the skills needed for future employment, and supports programs, training, and vision that will promote skills of Canada’s youth.
Superintendent Kevin Andrea on the presentation and RBC’s contribution.
The money will help support the NGPS Career Pathway program, which offers high school students life and learning opportunities by allowing them to complete college and apprenticeship courses while completing high school to jump-start their careers.