We are grateful for both the monetary and in-kind support shown each year from our partners. With their support, we are able to provide Nova Scotian youth with opportunities to explore skilled trades and technologies, discover their passions, and strive for excellence.
We have a range of partnership level opportunities available. By being a partner, you will contribute to the development of employment skills in youth. Your partnership can strengthen the future of the Nova Scotian workforce. For more information, please explore our partnership package. It details a full list of the benefits of becoming a SCNS partner. If you would like to get involved and become a partner of SCNS then please contact our Partnerships Manager, Jennifer Lambe.
Each year, Team Nova Scotia is comprised of medalists from our Nova Scotia Skills Competition which runs each Spring. This year, the team will travel to Vancouver, British Columbia May 24-28, 2022 to compete against Canada’s best and brightest in 35 different skilled trade or technology contest areas.
In order to make this experience truly exceptional, we look to our partners at all levels to support Skills Canada – Nova Scotia. We support competitors by helping with training costs. We cover bringing coaches and chaperones, most meals, fantastic activities in our host city, along with uniforms, ground and air travel, accommodations, and more.
There are several ways you can support Team Nova Scotia. Please find the opportunities in this package.
Click Here for the 2021 Impact Report for our partners.
- Bird Construction
- Canadian Coast Guard College (Cape Breton)
- Dalhousie Faculty of Engineering
- Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline
- Mining Association of Nova Scotia
- Milwaukee Tool (TTI Group)
- Nova Scotia Construction Sector Council
- WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Atlantic
- Workers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia
- Carpenter Millwright College (CMC) – Nova Scotia
- Coast Tire & Auto Service
- Construction Safety Nova Scotia
- IBEW Local 1852
- L.E. Cruickshanks Sheet Metal
- McCORDICK (A Bunzl Company)
- Merit Contractors
- Nova Scotia – Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (UA & Contractors)
- Nova Scotia Sprinkler Systems Joint Apprenticeship Training Fund
- O'Regan's AutoMotive Group
- Toromont CAT
- Trucking Human Resources Sector Council
- UA Local 56 (United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting)