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Why not give it a shot?

If you or someone you know isn't sure what they want to do after high school, why not try an internship this summer. It's like a part-time or full-time job but in addition to earning money, you get high school credits and the chance to explore an exciting career. Start planning for your summer internship now!
Graduated Recently?

Don't worry, you can still get your foot in the door in the skilled trades with our U21 Internship Program. Learn more about it at one of our info sessions!
Congratulations, Winners!
Garett Novotney - Award of Excellence in Internships - Mentorship
Jacques LeCerf - Award of Excellence in Internships - Mentorship
Trish Gallup - Award of Excellence in Internships - Mentorship
Cainwyn Clark - Award of Excellence in Internships - Internship
Jordis Petrovic-Pepper - Award of Excellence in Internships - Internship
Mitchell Vineham - Award of Excellence in Internships - Internship

Ryan Hoffman - Hilton Mireau Award of Excellence in Off-Campus Learning
Angie Martin - Loraine Anderton Award of Excellence in Health Services Mentor
Chloe Marshall - Lorain Anderton Award of Excellence in Health Services Student

Our 2024 SafeGen Youth Workplace Safety Video Contest is now open for entries! Alberta students aged 15-20 can submit a video for a shot at winning one of three $1500 prizes! This year’s theme is “A Safe Start to Your Career,” and the deadline for submission is May 13, 2024.
Teaching any of the following courses this semester?
  • HCS3000
  • HCS3010
  • AGR3000
  • Mental Health in the Workplace

Our SafeGen program offers these courses to Alberta schools, free of charge, through our self-marking LMS.
Completion of HCS3000 is required for students to qualify for paid internships with CAREERS.
If you already use SafeGen, you can LOGIN as usual.
New users can register for access HERE.
Golf Registration is NOW OPEN!
Join us as we tee off in support of Alberta youth at our largest annual fundraiser The Eric Newell Kidz in Careers (KIC) Golf Classic at Heritage Pointe Golf Club in Calgary on July 4, 2024.
Funds raised from the Kidz in Careers Golf Classic go directly to support work integrated learning student internship programming through CAREERS, including specialized opportunities for Indigenous Youth and Young Women in Trades and Technologies. 
Show your support to Alberta youth by
sponsoring the event!
Any donations, including gift cards, products, or services for our raffle or silent auction would be greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions about the event and/or are interested in making a donation, please contact
For the 2023-2024 school year, CAREERS is partnering with the Calgary school divisions (Calgary Catholic School District and Calgary Board of Education) to host
Skilled Trades and Internships Fairs in the city at participating high schools:

Notre Dame High School – Wednesday, March 20, 2024
Young Women in Trades and Technologies
Calgary · March 23 - 25
Young women in grades 10-12 can gain hands-on experience in a variety of trades and technologies fields, meet with female mentors and find a internship path that fits their skills.
Young Women in Trades and Technologies
Edmonton · March 25 - 28
This year we will be accepting 15 female youth to participate in our four day camp.  
During the camp, students will have the opportunity to explore several careers in the skilled trades, gain hands on experience, talk with female mentors who are working in the field, and connect with other young women with similar interests.
Making a Difference!
Thank you to EPCOR for supporting Alberta's youth! A valued funding partner who stands behind their support and provides internship and mentorship opportunities for youth, Indigenous youth, and Young Women in Trades and Technologies. 
Learn from employer mentors, past RAP students, and education partners about various in-demand career paths available to all students in the skilled trades. Many employers who participate in the fairs hire summer student interns to learn a trade as part of their education.
Every Gift Counts
Your one-time gift of $50 gets information into the hands of a student or a $10 monthly gift for a year will provide a student access to mentorship. 
Your support will help CAREERS reach these young people and connect them to an employer to start their career journey. 
Your gift big or small makes a difference in the lives of Alberta youth. 
CAREERS is a not-for-profit foundation operating on the generosity of donors. 100% of donations help encourage youth to engage in learning, stay in school and discover their career passion in skilled trades, technologies and occupations in high demand. Read More
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