Every journey is different

We recognize that every student is different, and each one will want to engage with ccSpringboard in a way that best engages their attention and inspires their imagination. Yes, it contains thousands of pages of content. Just as importantly, there are an infinite number of pathways through it. Each student is free to follow avenues of exploration personalized to their own needs and interests, accessing what they want, when they want it, to inform their dreams.

No one else does this

We’ve written every occupation profile ourselves with student-friendly language that’s sure to resonate. This is not dry, boring, outdated labor market information lifted and repurposed from some government website. It’s original content. And we’re always working to refresh and renew it so that students have access to the latest and most accurate information about the careers they’re investigating.

Sample Career Path is unique

Traditional sources of labor market information have their uses, but they fall short in some important ways. Our Sample Career Path presents students with valuable information that is time-consuming and difficult for us to research and assemble, but we do it. We put in the extra time and effort because these are things we believe it’s vitally important for students to understand.

Pathways to success

ccSpringboard’s database of education and training options offers pathways to success for every student, whether they’re moving toward community college, university, an apprenticeship or other training. Our detailed School Profiles present students with thousands of program options from across the country. They can learn all about admissions requirements, program fees, athletics and housing, searching for schools by keyword, program name, province, or program cluster of interest.

More time for what matters

ccSpringboard is exceptionally intuitive and user-friendly. Because the program is self-guided, teachers, counselors and librarians don’t have to spend time explaining how to use it—or spend time learning to use the program themselves—which means they can devote their time to more important things. Less time worrying about the intricacies of the program affords more time to help students on a more meaningful level.