Dive into the World of Video Game Design at Trillium College! Game On: Unleash Your Potential

Do you find yourself daydreaming about creating immersive virtual worlds, crafting compelling storylines, and designing jaw-dropping characters? Then it’s time to level up your dreams and join the ranks of video game designers who shape the industry’s landscape!

At Trillium College, we believe that every gamer has the potential to be a game-changer in the world of video game design. Our comprehensive program offers you the perfect blend of creativity, technical skills, and real-world experience to set you on the path to victory!

Job Opportunities

Picture this: you’re fresh out of the program with your diploma in hand, and you’re ready to conquer the gaming industry. The best part? The job opportunities in the field of video game design are practically limitless!

From indie game studios to big-name developers, gaming companies are always on the lookout for talented and passionate game designers like you. You could be crafting storylines for an action-packed RPG, designing levels for a visually stunning platformer, or even creating your own indie game studio! The possibilities are as expansive as the gaming universes you’ll build.

Work Hard, Play Hard: The Portfolio Power-Up

Every hero needs a trusty weapon, and for a video game designer, that’s a dazzling portfolio! Trillium College understands that showcasing your skills and creativity is essential to landing your dream job in the gaming industry. That’s why our program focuses on helping you build an impressive portfolio that’s as powerful as a boss battle finisher!

With access to cutting-edge software and guidance from seasoned industry professionals, you’ll have the chance to showcase your creations to potential employers and clients. Whether it’s concept art, character designs, or playable game prototypes, your portfolio will be the key to unlock incredible career opportunities!

The Master Game Makers: Incredible Instructors

Imagine learning the tricks of the trade from the very best in the gaming industry. At Trillium College, your dreams can become a reality! Our program is led by a team of seasoned video game designers, developers, and artists who have left their mark on the gaming landscape.

With their insider knowledge and invaluable experience, our instructors will guide you through the ins and outs of game design, 3D modeling, level design, and much more. They’ll be your mentors, cheerleaders, and co-op partners as you hone your skills and prepare to conquer the gaming world!

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to hit the start button on your future and join the ranks of the gaming legends! Enroll today, and let’s embark on this epic quest together!

Early Childcare Assistant Program Launches & Interview with Instructor Jodi K

Trillium College is proud to feature our instructor Jodi Konick as we celebrate the new Early Childcare Assistant program!  Jodi has recently joined Team Trillium with a 20+ year career in early childhood education and care behind her.

ECA is a new program at Trillium College and, as always, our goal is to ensure that our students will be prepared with all knowledge required to start in their chosen career!  

Early childhood education and care is a highly regulated and structured environment, it is fundamentally important for new graduates entering the workplace to be fully capable and confident in their ability to support their team and children in their care.


If you’re interested in learning more about what it takes to be an Early Childhood Assistant, check out our interview with Jodi Konick below!


(Q) How did you become interested in this field?

(A) I had young children of my own and wanted to be able to have a career where I was able to spend more time with them!

(Q) How did you begin your career?

(A) I took a 2 year Early Childhood Education program when I decided to pursue the career and utilized it to open my daycare business.

(Q) What skills, abilities, and personal attributes are essential to be an Early Childhood Assistant?

(A) Anyone considering a career in Early Childhood care needs to be someone who respects the process and accepts the responsibilities that are outlined! In addition to this understanding, it’s somewhere we have fun! A positive attitude with a sharp attention to detail is a winning combination for a new graduate in the field. 

(Q) What are your main responsibilities as an Early Childhood Assistant?

(A) Child engagement and observations are first and foremost! Beyond that; Communication with parents, mandatory documentation and cleaning! We are accountable to the children themselves, their parents as well as the Regional & Provincial regulations. 

(Q) What kinds of problems do you deal with?

(A) Working closely with families it is hard to not be impacted by the life changes or events that occur and impact the child. Supporting children and each other in difficult times is not a problem, though it is something to be aware of! In addition to emotional support, we must be prepared to react to any physical sickness that can impact a child and make sure they are fully taken care of.

(Q) What are some common career paths in this field?

(A) A new graduate could work in in a daycare setting supporting children of all ages, or they could also be hired into the public school system. There is an ability for a private home daycare to be opened as well!

(Q) What steps would you recommend I take to prepare to enter this field?

(A) Reflect fully to be sure you are ready for the responsibility! Do you have the interest in supporting little minds, and the patience and care required to assist each child individually? Do you feel prepared personally to be a supportive figure for a young mind? Beyond being ready emotionally; being prepared with baseline knowledge of what to expect is key to being successful!

Evening Classes Starting January 2022 for Graduate Programs

“I hate my job”.

“I need a career change”.

“I have no time to go back to school to focus on what I really want to do”.

Does this sound like you?  Are you looking for a change in your career but have no time to squeeze it in?

If you’ve said “yes” to any of the above, Trillium College has some exciting news to share.

Starting in January 2022, evening classes will begin for our Graduate Programs along with Business Management, Supply Chain Management & Logistics and Video Game Design. 

These programs will still be offered in the daytime, but to make them more accessible for working people and families, we have decided to offer them in the evenings too.

Gone are the days of being stuck forever in a job you don’t enjoy or feeling trapped at the bottom of the corporate ladder.  With Trillium College, you can literally keep up with your day job and providing for your family while working towards your new career in the evenings.

Our programs will run Monday to Friday from 6-10pm, all online and no weekends; which means that it is now within your grasp to make the changes you want to make and level up you career while still being able to work full-time or juggle your daily responsibilities.

Imagine being able to enjoy dinner with your family and then changing into your comfy clothes to take the first step to a brand new future, all from the comforts of your home. 

Our days are full; an income is a necessity; being there for your family is a priority but at the end of the day, what about you?

So, if you’ve dreamed about making a career change, or need to upgrade your skills to get that promotion, Trillium College is here to help.

Evening classes are filling up quickly, so contact one of our Career Coaches to find out more.

What Makes Our New Hairstyling Program So Exciting?

What Makes Our New Hairstyling Program So Exciting?

To say that Rosario Greco is excited about the new hairstyling program coming to Trillium College, would be an understatement.   

After 40 years in the industry, Greco will be joining the Trillium team as the Program Manager of their new hairstyling program scheduled to kick off in November at the Oshawa and Niagara locations, with the other campuses following shortly after. 

“It will definitely be a career highlight,” Greco says.  “It will be so nice to see not just one or two students starting their careers at a time, but seeing so many students graduate and move on to start their careers.” 

His countdown to this new endeavour is now on.  

Rosario Greco has worked in the hairstyling field for 40 years.  He began at the age of sixteen, fresh out of high school.  His career took him from a small salon, where he learned to master his craft in precision hair-cutting, to a salon in a mall, to working for manufacturers and travelling all over North America.  He has not only competed in hair shows but has gone on to judge them. 

“The hair industry is always changing and evolving,” he says.  “There are so many directions you can go in and so many options you can choose.” 

“Treating Hair loss, for example, is a big one and something newer to Canada. It really can transform a person’s life and make you feel so good doing it.” 

Greco explains that the program will have a strong foundation in the fundamentals and a large focus on education because learning the basics is so important, but it will also help get students prepared for the real world.   

The most exciting part is that the classroom will be set up like a salon, so students will be able to get a feel for the whole experience right from day one. 

“We are not only going to teach them to be a hairstylist, but we are going to teach them how to expand that skill,” Greco emphasizes.  “So much of hairstyling is not just behind the chair.” 

When asked what characteristics make a good hairstylist, Greco lists being a good listener and having a lot of confidence as two of the most important.  

“Listening skills are so important as you need to be able to understand people when the customer talks.  You really need to listen to them and not only hear what they are saying, but truly understand what they are asking for.” 

Hairstylists do take on many roles once a client sits in that chair; whether it be therapist, consultant or life coach and this program will help prepare them for all of it. 

“People don’t just come into a salon to get their hair done,” Greco laughs.  “They come for the whole experience.  They want to look good and feel good and socialize.  We are going to teach the students how to give the full experience for sure.  It will be a big part of the program.” 

At least half of those going into a hairstyling program are often scared and nervous to mess things up.  They worry that they won’t get the colour right, or they will cut the hair incorrectly, but there is no need to fear as that is what Greco’s team is ready to tackle.  “We will teach students how to overcome that fear by gaining confidence in this profession.” 

Greco admits that oftentimes he still gets afraid, such as a recent cut he did where the woman had really long hair and wanted to take it to something super short.   

“The first couple cuts and colours you do you will always be scary, but with foundational knowledge and a lot of practice, the confidence will come,” he says. 

Truth be told, the pandemic has changed the hairstyling industry a lot, but in a world where mental health matters so much now, there is something to be said for helping people to feel better.  For so many, looking good on the outside, certainly helps them feel a bit better on the inside. 

“Hairstyling is so rewarding and gives you so much satisfaction,” Greco states. “You get a good feeling out of it and the transformations you see are incredible.”  

The satisfaction and good feelings are just one portion of the rewards that hairstyling will bring as Greco stresses that the pay is also really great and you get back what you put into it.  If you work hard, the money will follow and there is so much room to make a really great living. 

“Hairstyling is a great field to get into as it can allow you to be your own boss, to travel, to help transform people and make them feel good.” 

For more information on how you can take this next step in your future, contact a Trillium College Career Coach today. 

Hairstyling: A Fun Career in Giving People Confidence

Hairstyling: A Fun Career in Giving People Confidence

Hairstyling has always seemed so glamorous to me. The posh salon with the fancy coffees served by perfectly coiffed assistants while you wait for your stylist to call your name.  Then, you sit in that chair, the cape goes on and THAT’S when the magic happens.   

I mean what could be better than having the power to transform people, even if it is just through doing their hair?  Is there a better gift to give someone than self-confidence?  Not in my opinion. 

Some people say that your smile is the first thing people notice about you, but this year, when those smiles have been covered with masks, I think it’s a pretty safe bet to say that your hair is what really gets you noticed. 

Katrina Pereira started her hairstyling career over ten years ago and even a whole decade later, through a global pandemic and multiple government shutdowns, she still loves her profession and can’t imagine ever doing anything else. 

“I’ve always been so happy being behind the chair,” Katrina says.  “Every day is different.  I love my job and wouldn’t change it for the world.” 

Now as an outsider looking in, I’ve always felt that hairstyling would be a super stressful job.  I mean one wrong colour choice could ruin someone’s whole look and I think we have all had a bad haircut or two that made us realize that one wrong slip of the scissors can wreak havoc on a person’s self-esteem.  Katrina, however, doesn’t stress at all.  “Making sure the client is happy I would say is my biggest stressor, but if you are confident in what you are doing, it doesn’t really feel that way.” 

Katrina took a private college program and believes that what she learned in the classroom gave her the foundation she needed to feel confident in pursuing her apprenticeship which ultimately led to her obtaining her hairstyling license.  

“Always educate,” she emphasizes, “Education is key.  Don’t ever think you know it all because you don’t.  There is always something new to learn and a new trend to follow.” 

For this reason, Katrina has always worked in a salon setting learning from her peers; she likes the hustle and bustle of a busy salon and loves working behind the chair. 

But, there are so many options when it comes to hairstyling.  You can travel the world, you can be a personal stylist, you can open your own business, you can work on movie sets or in television, do sales for a product line or manufacturer or even choose to work in an upscale salon like Katrina does. 

The choices are endless, and the days are always different.  It’s rewarding to be able to add a little spring to a client’s step by transforming their look and it’s a career that you don’t have to take home with you at the end of the day. 

Katrina laughs and admits that it’s true that hairstylists are frequently treated like part-time therapists, often learning intimate details of their clients’ personal lives but, she enjoys being someone her clients trust and feel safe confiding in, just another job perk in her opinion.   

So, when it comes to characteristics of what makes a good hairstylist; from Katrina’s perspective, it’s that you need to be a people person.  “You really need to want to get to know people.  Not only what they like but who they are.  The best hairstylists need an outgoing/friendly personality to make their clients feel at ease and welcome in your chair.  You need to be a good listener; so you can really understand what a client wants to ensure they leave happy.”  

Katrina’s advice for longevity in the business is to stay true to who you are.  “The only competition you should have is with yourself.  With every client your goal should be to knock it out of the park and keep them coming back.” 

It’s a career where your skills directly impact your income; the happier your clients are, the more referrals you will get, the busier you will be which ultimately leads to a bigger paycheck. 

A career in hairstyling pays well and is also a “feel good” job.  Clients always leave your chair feeling better than when they came in.  Usually, their happiness is with the style you’ve created for them, but often it’s the kindness and encouragement you provide that will keep them coming back for more.   

Why Work in Supply Chain Management and Logistics?

Why Work in Supply Chain Management and Logistics?

Business… It’s one word that encompasses so much and can branch off in so many directions. Let’s take, for example, supply chain management and logistics.

A role that is so important in the world of business but doesn’t ever get the recognition it deserves. Well, not until a global pandemic hits and the word ‘supply chain’ pops up because people can’t get the products they are accustomed to in the timeframe they are used to getting them in.  

Supply chains really do make the world go around and are a necessity to any thriving business.

Marc Directo is Chief Operations Officer at Nix Sensor, a Hamilton, ON born company that creates colour sensors. The Nix Pro colour sensor allows customers in 50 countries across the globe to use this little device to pinpoint colour becoming today’s leading colour management tool. 

“As for a supply chain, when it works well, people don’t notice,” Directo jokes, but people do notice when there are empty shelves without product or when you order something and the delivery time is months away.

At Nix Sensor, they have a few employees who are solely dedicated to supply chain management and their role is to understand the timing of deliveries so that the products can get into consumers’ hands.  

Directo points out that China has periods in the year where they shut down, so you need to know these things to make sure you are prepared for them. 

“The supply chain has the potential to cripple a business if you don’t plan properly,” he states. 

Melissa Hardeo, an instructor of the Supply Chain Management program, who has worked in the industry for 24 years now, agrees.

Hardeo points out that one of the biggest parts of the job is planning, as you need to have a timeline of how you place orders. She emphasized that Covid has changed things a bit, but in general, a supply chain can pre-plan up to two years in advance. 

She used the example of a tennis ball. A simple product that can be found in all sporting goods stores, but when you break it down there is so much involved. From the fields where they grow the rubber trees to the textiles made for the outer shell, to the adhesive used to hold both parts together; not to mention the logistics of shipping all of these supplies, assembling them and then getting them loaded onto a vessel to come to Canada, then be tested, bagged and finally arriving on store shelves. 

There are a whole lot of steps involved to get something from concept to production through to delivery, and yet a great supply chain ensures the consumer doesn’t even notice.

Hardeo stumbled upon her first supply chain job as a student looking to pay her tuition. She simply saw an ad, applied to it and 24 years later, she has never looked back.

“There is so much room to grow and so many directions to travel in,” she points out. “So many skills are shared across the board so you have the basics to move in the industry.”

For such a pivotal part of business, it is shocking how small the supply chain teams in these companies are, but both Hardeo and Directo appreciate that there is so much room to learn.

Hardeo also pointed out that one of the perks of the job is getting to experience opportunities before anyone else so she can make suggestions and explore new ways of doing things.

It sounds like a very stressful job, with a lot of planning that might keep you up all night, but Hardeo feels the opposite.

“It allows a great work-life balance. It’s very flexible depending on what you are looking for as our teams are spread out across the world,” she states.

In general, Hardeo works six hours a day, from about 5pm – 11pm as she is dealing with Asian markets and a different time zone. It allows her flexibility to have time with her family while also working in a career she loves.

She considers anyone who is willing to learn and who is curious by nature to be a great candidate for the job. “You don’t have to be great in every subject like math or economics, you just need to be curious as to how it all works and you will succeed.”

“If you can grocery shop, you can do supply chain management,” Hardeo laughs. 

Hardeo is still as passionate about the job as when she began and still sees so much potential for growth.

“In the next 15 years, we could be shipping product to Mars to start creating colonies,” she laughed. “It used to be Asian markets that I enjoyed but imagine working on projects for Mars?”

I must admit that I am right there with her. The whole idea of a career in supply chain management is fascinating and the room for growth and career advancement has me sold. 

Supply chains make the world go round and if Hardeo has it right, they might make life on other planets possible sooner than later.

How a Business Management Diploma Can Benefit You

How a Business Management Diploma Can Benefit You

One thing that pandemic life has taught us is that no matter what is happening in the world around us, business rolls on.

From those working the front lines to those behind the scenes conducting payroll and planning shipments, business really encompasses so much and means so many different things.

I used to picture ‘business’ as my Dad dressed in a suit each morning, carrying a briefcase out the door to work and sitting behind a big desk making deals with other men in suits.

Today, however, men and women are running international businesses from their smartphones, while curled up on a couch or from huge office towers in the downtown hub.

Business is everywhere and those lucky enough to know the ins and outs are making quite a livelihood for themselves.

Whether you want to work as part of a family business, start your own endeavour or work for a big commercial company; a business management diploma will put you on the right track.

It will help you gain knowledge and understanding of the core elements of business and management – it’s also a great introduction into the world of business if you have no prior experience. You will be encouraged to apply academic theory to real-life situations that will help you kickstart your career once you graduate. 

Will Zak is a business management graduate and he decided to take the program because he liked the interpersonal aspects and career path. “In high school, I liked languages and working with other people so I knew I wanted to do something that encompassed that and would allow me to travel internationally too.”

Zak had no idea how many options there were until he stepped into the program and so many career paths opened up before him. 

“Business is a good landing spot for people who aren’t sure where they want to go,” Zak says.  “There are so many areas to explore and things to learn that you can sort of follow your strengths and passions and find something that suits you.”

One of the biggest highlights of studying a business management diploma is developing key management skills that will allow you to be a valuable asset to any organization. 

Zak also emphasized that there is a lot of room for growth and to develop connections in business so there are many doors that will open up to you along the way.  With new businesses popping up every day and new opportunities to be had, there is never a dull moment. 

“A big part of the appeal to work in the world of business now is that due to all of the different options out there, it is easy to find a role that aligns with your own values and beliefs,” Zak says. 

The Business Management program is also a perfect place to start for the budding entrepreneur.  With courses in accounting, marketing and advertising to name a few, it’s a program that can set you on the right path to achieving your goals.

In 2019 it was estimated that there were 3.5 million entrepreneurs in Canada. So, if you have a great idea or a start-up dream in the making, understanding the fundamentals of managing a business is sure to make you successful.

5 Rewarding Benefits of Our Massage Therapist Program

5 Rewarding Benefits of Our Massage Therapist Program

If you are someone who enjoys helping others, wants to make a difference, has patience, and is a kinesthetic learner, then this may be the program for you. Becoming a massage therapist has many rewarding benefits that can lead to a fulfilling and successful career!

Here are five reasons why you should become a Massage Therapist today.

One: Hands-On Experience

While learning in-class, students gain an incredible amount of knowledge that aids in their skills applications while working closely with their instructors. Besides the in-depth training, students also get to experience working with the public in student clinics and learn to network at community outreach events. As a result, students have ample practical experience to begin working as a massage therapist.

Two: Designated Title

Upon meeting and completing all of their program requirements, Trillium College forwards successful graduate names as a recommendation to apply to challenge the provincial certification examination. Upon passing, students can gain licensure with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). Once registered with the CMTO as a regulated health practitioner, they can use the protected title RMT or MT. 

Three: Work Environment

Massage therapists can choose to work in a variety of places.

Here are a few examples of where an RMT may find employment in:

  • Home Practice
  • Multi-disciplinary clinics
  • Hotels/ cruise ships / destination resorts
  • Fitness centers
  • Mobile massage therapy

Four: Well Rounded Understanding of the Human Body

Students who enroll in Trillium’s Massage Therapy program have the opportunity to understand the body as a whole, creating a robust scientific basis to make truly informed decisions for treating clients and their own physical and mental health. 

Five: Helping Others

Many massage therapists commit to creating a positive and supporting environment for themselves and others. This type of environment and formal training will give you the ability to provide holistic, client-centered treatments. 

If you think studying Massage Therapy is for you, check out The Massage Therapy Diploma Program to find out more details and register today! Or, if you’re having trouble deciding which career path is right for you, chat with one of our Career Coaches who are available any time to discuss your future career. 

Virtual Learning as a Trillium College Student

Virtual Learning as a Trillium College Student

Who would have thought that earning a college diploma would simply require me to log in and learn from home? It’s easy, it’s interesting, and it’s investing in my future, all from the comforts of my living room.

I didn’t have to uproot myself, figure out transportation, or even parking.

I didn’t even have to take on added expenses to buy new clothes or a new backpack… I’ve saved a ton of money by enrolling at Trillium.

My career path is clear, and my future is already looking brighter by simply logging in to my online learning platform.

Four mornings a week, I’m greeted by my instructor, I open up the chat to say hello to my classmates, and the live teaching begins. This wasn’t what I (or any of us for that matter) had planned on for my ‘college years’, but I’m able to remain focused and get my work done, usually while nibbling snacks and wearing my slippers.

Half the time, I only dress from the waist up and keep my pajama pants on for comfort, but I have to remember to turn my zoom video off before I stand up so no one notices. Let me tell you, that is NOT the case for some of my classmates- LOL!

Having a live instructor in a virtual learning environment to deliver all theory-based learning somehow makes the online experience feel like a real, in-person classroom.

Lectures move at a normal pace, and it feels almost as if I have a private instructor since all our computers are muted to keep the lectures free from distraction and background noise until participation is required.

To make it fun, I’ve even started a weekly tally for how many times someone says, “we can’t hear you, you’re on mute.” If I could put a toonie in a bin every time I heard that phrase, I might just be able to buy the college when this is all done.

But all kidding aside, I’ve never been someone who thrives under pressure. I hated when an instructor would call on me, and then all eyes in the classroom would be staring straight at me.

Being at home, being relaxed, and in my own personal space allows me to feel more confident learning the material and doing the assignments and tests.

The bonus is that I will complete my course faster than if I’d gone to a public college, and because of the condensed schedule, I will be able to get out into the workforce a lot faster than if I’d made another choice.

Now, I have yet to see a naked human run through the screen or hear a child singing at the top of their lungs in the background during a lecture like some online blogs profess, but there have been many funny moments as we all adapt to virtual classrooms and the magic that is Zoom.

I am by no means saying this has been a walk in the park. With my loss of part-time employment when the pandemic first hit, I didn’t have extra income or savings to pay for my courses, but my Career Coach helped me realize my tuition was an investment in my future. A Trillium College Student Finance Planner helped me to secure the funding necessary to complete my course; it was so helpful to have someone to help me navigate through all the paperwork. With the schedule being the same start and end times each day, it allows me to take on a part-time job in the evenings, and I don’t feel like I’m falling behind as I know I can fit everything in, including studying.

Another advantage of instructor-led virtual learning and one of the greatest reliefs during this pandemic is that I don’t have to wear a mask, I don’t have to wash my hands ten times an hour, and I’m 100% safe in my own home.

When my alarm goes off every morning, I simply head downstairs, pour a bowl of cereal and make myself a coffee while I boot up my computer and log in. Sure there have been times where the instructor will talk for a few minutes only to realize his mic was muted, or someone accidentally spills coffee on their keyboard and lets out a shriek of horror, but by the end of class, we’ve accomplished our learning objectives and that’s what matters most to me.

The Supply Chain Manager Career in 2020

In a world that is moving so quickly with goods circulating at a rapid pace, the role of the Supply Chain Manager (SCM) is crucial.  

With the global pandemic we are all living in, supply chains have been severely disrupted, and it has had a huge impact on companies around the world. Sure, we have all heard this on whatever news channel we tune into, and those of us that do the grocery shopping have all experienced stock shortages because of so many delivery restrictions. I mean, who will ever forget the great toilet paper shortage of March 2020?!  

But what is supply chain management really?  

The basic purpose of the supply chain is to fulfil demand, drive customer value, improve responsiveness, facilitate financial success, and build a good network. Supply chain management is the lifeline of an organization and can cause a company to succeed or fail.  

As a kid, I remember playing this old-school computer game called lemonade stand, where we had to make a prediction based on supply and demand. We were provided the day of the week and the weather and then we had to decide how much sugar, how many lemons and how many cups we wanted to buy. Then we had to make our purchase and hope for a profit. It was a fun game and at the time I did not realize that I was learning about a supply chain.  

Supply chain management is necessary for the foundation of all societies. Today’s markets are highly competitive, and consumers are looking for the best value and reliability. Manufacturers and retailers depend on SCMs to design networks that meet customer service goals at the least total cost. To sum it up, efficient supply chains enable a firm to be more competitive in the marketplace and the Supply Chain Manager’s main goal is to decrease the total supply chain cost.

So, what makes a successful SCM?

The ability to adapt to the times, think outside the box and to embrace new technologies and ideas are definitely skills supply chain wannabes should hone.

How much do SCMs earn?

Are you sitting down….? The mean Canadian salary for an SCM with a college diploma was $94,961 in 2019. The Canadian Annual Supply Chain Survey 2019 estimates that there are SIX open Supply Chain positions to fill for each graduate with supply chain skills. It is a candidate’s market and companies are finding it harder than ever to source the best talent. Supply Professional says that the market is more candidate-driven than it has been at any point since the financial crisis in 2008!

What would I do if I were you?

Call a Trillium College Career Coach today to find out how soon you can start the Supply Chain Management & Logistics program!

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