The School actively supports the professional integration of its graduates.
It prepares their curriculum vitæ, engages the specialized services of
a professional photographer (and provides a make-up artist for the graduating
Acting class), posts all cvs on the School’s
website, and distributes them - from one end of the country to the other
- talent and casting agents, artistic directors, and other professionals
in performing arts, film, and television. Cvs are also sent to directors
in related fields such as museums, convention centres and organizers of
major indoor or outdoor cultural events.
To further promote our graduates' integration into the professional world, the School has established the TEC (Theatre Engaging Communities) program which provides production funding to NTS students as well as to alumni who have graduated within the past 3 years.
By and large, the School sends, when appropriate, information on job postings and opportunities that would be of interest to graduates. This information isn't limited to recent graduates but also encompasses those who have graduated in the past three to five years. The School always has their best career and professional interests in mind.
Graduating students of the Acting Program are also coached and prepared for auditions during the annual Theatre Ontario Showcase. Under Theatre Ontario’s able organization, theatre directors and casting agents are invited to experience up-and-coming talent first hand.
The NTS monitors the results of its efforts on a yearly basis, by conducting polls that show that almost 100% of its graduates work within their chosen field during the year following their training. This confirms the fact that graduates of the National Theatre School of Canada actively contribute their skills, knowledge and talent to the worlds of theatre, film and television.