Opportunities

The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) requires the services of a company to provide a bilingual computer-based career guidance program and a comprehensive package of support services for all schools in the four Atlantic provinces. The deadline for proposals is April 10, 2017.


The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) requires the services of professional consultancy to determine and articulate a framework of competencies Atlantic Canadians require to navigate and propel learning, work, and transitions through the lifespan. The request for proposals will close on November 24, 2016.


The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) requires the services of professional consultancy to update and expand upon its 2010 report, The Economic Impact of Post-Secondary International Students in Atlantic Canada: An Expenditure Analysis. The 2016 report will use the original 2010 report as a template and will include additional  and relevant information as described in the Request for Proposal. A copy of the 2010 Study can be downloaded from the CAMET website, in the "What's New" section.


The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) requires the services of professional consultancy to conduct an analysis of strengths and gaps in the transition of students from public to post-secondary education, and provide recommendations for successfully strengthening transition to post-secondary education.