Our Career Counsellor is Mamta DiPalma. Mamta is here to help students research post-secondary institutions, search for scholarships, explore career options and much more. She can be found in room 209. You can book an appointment with her or you can pop in at any time. You can also contact Mamta at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our off-Campus Facilitator is Andrew Krul. Andrew is here to help students with Work Experience, the RAP Program and the Green Certificate Program. You can contact Andrew at email@example.com
Grade 12s who are planning to continue their education (college, university or the trades), should apply for a Rutherford Scholarship. Up to $2500.00 is available based on marks in grades 10, 11, and 12.
Visit the following site for more information: http://studentaid.alberta.ca/scholarships/alberta-scholarships/rutherford-scholarship/
Grade 12's: Create a MyPass Account (view and print diploma results, order transcripts and more)
Parent's Guide to Funding Higher Education (click here)
We have just been made aware of an innovative new funding tool for your students embarking upon their higher education at the college or university level. They can use loyalty points to fund their higher education through www.HigherEdPoints.com. Parents, grandparents and friends can now convert their Aeroplan Miles and/or TD Points into funds for tuition at over 80 institutions across Canada. For many institutions funds can also help pay for meal plans and residence fees. You can find out more at www.HigherEdPoints.com
New Resource for Young Career Explorers
For many young people, planning and launching their careers can be intimidating. It can be challenging to know where to start, how to apply what they learned in school to the working world and who they can reach out to for help once they leave high school.
To help get young Albertans started, the Government of Alberta has launched MyWorkquest.alberta.ca,
A new youth career and employment portal. MyWorkQuest is designed to connect users to helpful information immediately. Visitors can browse questions asked by their peers, or ask their own.
You can download digital copies of resources from http://myworkquest.alberta.ca/about/promotion
Real Talk Career Advice
An innovative approach to offering high school students career information and resources. Real Talk is designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain “peer to peer” perspectives, advice, and tips via profiles from young people who have recently made the school to work transition. Every Real Talk profile includes a list of resources curated by the authors themselves. Students can bookmark, like, and share the careers that interest them, while building a digital to-do list of resources to help plan life after high school.
Web Link: http://www.realtalk.careers/web#/home
Apps: Available for iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android