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The opportunities in the green industry are open to you. Just take your first step in one of these directions:

• Apply for a job with a local company. Chances are, that employer needs your help, and you start enjoying a great career path on your first day.

• Look into apprenticeship. It’s a great way for you to get paid and build contacts while you learn.

• Enroll in a horticulture program at a college or university. Educators in this field can tell you about employers competing for their graduates. Find out about what’s available at

• Get involved with your provincial associations. These trade associations
believe that young people represent the future of our industry, and offers unique opportunities to get certifications, build contacts and more. 

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