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Career Pathways

Our Career Centre is located in Student Services, directly behind our living wall. Visit our Career Centre to find information related to post-secondary studies and available scholarships. 

Our school counsellors are available to guide students with the creation of an educational and career plan (including the use of myBlueprint.ca), the development of a personal resume, and to make course selections and other choices related to various career pathways. 

Students are also encouraged to visit the Government of Alberta-Learning Information Service website at alis.alberta.ca. Here you will find vast amounts of information on career profiles, post-secondary planning, and scholarships. 

Campus EPSB

Campus EPSB programming helps you gain hands-on experience and industry credentials while you earn high school credits. That means you could be at a different high school for one semester taking a course that reflects your current interests and future ambitions. 

  • General Career Pathways Video Presentation 
    • This pre-recorded presentation introduces our focus on Career Pathways and Campus EPSB as a way for our students to explore their interests, earn high school credits and industry credentials, or prepare for post secondary study.

Off-Campus Education

Some of the best learning experiences happen outside of the classroom. Off-Campus Education allows students to step outside of the high school environment to gain knowledge and skills in the world of work. These programs involve the school, our students, and local employers/industry in a collaborative effort to enhance, support and extend our students’ learning and experiences.


Connecting Occupational Opportunities (CO-OP) matches you with an employer so you can spend a semester gaining work experience while exploring an industry of your choice. 


Work Experience is an experiential method of learning that integrates a student's classroom studies with on-the-job experiences obtained at a qualifying business or organization. Students acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to work and other valuable life roles through their participation at a placement of their choice. Students can work or volunteer part-time after school or on weekends in a variety of work sites. They will earn high school credits as they develop valuable employment skills.

Advantages of the Work Experience program are:

  • Work Experience is available through all 3 years of high school.
  • Whenever a student is motivated and ready for employment, they can enter the program.
  • Students can be paid a wage or honorarium while participating in the program.
  • Students can also work on a volunteer basis with a sponsoring organization.
  • Students can earn as many as 15 credits towards diploma requirements.
  • Work Experience 35 also qualifies as a 30 level course that can be used for completing Diploma requirements.
  • Potential employers recognize the value of the Work Experience Program.
  • Marks from Work Experience can be used for the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship.

Qualifying students receive supervision from a Work Experience Coordinator throughout their time in the placement and students receive training, supervision, guidance, and evaluation from the employer.


The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is for students who would like an opportunity to experience the trades prior to entering the world of work or post secondary institutions. Students who are on-track to graduate, and meet attendance requirements are encouraged to apply.

RAP is also designed for students who want to get a head start in the world of apprenticed trades. Students can choose to work in one of Alberta’s 51 trades, gaining experience working towards an apprenticeship, and/or NAIT requirements. RAP students:

  • receive on-the-job training
  • earn high school credits
  • complete hours counting toward their registered certification
  • earn competitive wages
  • may move to post-secondary school
  • receive 5 CTS credits for every 125 hours worked (to a maximum of 45 credits)
  • can receive an hourly wage, become a registered apprentice in Alberta, and get a jump-start on a possible career in the trades.

The following website is an excellent site to help in choosing a career: myBlueprint.ca. This site may be accessed at home or at school.