An opportunity for students and schools to win prizes while becoming more informed about career and post-secondary options after high school!
Fill out the form to access everything you need to know about the competition including a 'Get Started Guide' and additional prizing information!
The best advice from past winners is to start early. It's free and easy for teachers, students, and parents to sign up and start quizzing!
Teachers will create classes. Once students have created their account, they can join their teacher's class.
Navigate to the daily quiz and start quizzing to explore careers and develop your interest profile.
Hear from students, teachers, and even some government representatives about the importance of career exploration!
Lee Taal, ChatterHigh Founder, explains how the competition works, what's at stake, and how students can unlock their personalized interest profile!
Still have questions? Read our FAQs page.
Schools compete by exploring career, post-secondary & labour market information resources in a 10 question daily quiz.
$65,000 in cash prizes available to be won between the fall and spring rounds! Students earn bursaries for achieving a threshold of correct answers. For the school competition, there are four divisions based on the school population.
Watch as participants from previous competitions share what they learned and enjoy about the event. Past winners have even offered up some advice!
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The ChatterHigh platform offers students the opportunity to discover existing and emergent careers, and make connections between school, post-secondary, and the world of work. Let’s Talk Science, Skills Canada and ChatterHigh have teamed up to offer an exciting opportunity to engage students in career discovery.
Students will answer a 10 question quiz each day to earn points towards their personal leaderboards and the school-wide totals. These quizzes allow them to research and explore thousands of higher education and career options that they may not have been exposed to any other way. The schools with the highest ranking at the end of the competition will win a cash prize, and the students who hit the correct question threshold/quota in the time period will also win personal cash bursaries!