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Partners

THANK YOU

The generosity of our donors provides a future for youth, enabling young people to:


Explore a career in demand now and in the future

Connect learning to earning

Be empowered with knowledge and skills on their way to a rewarding career

Visionary $100,000+

Builders of Alberta $50,000+

Innovator $25,000+

Leader $10,000+

Alberta Unionized (RAP) Continuing Education Trust Fund
Jim Carter & Lorraine Bray
Michael Colborne

Booster $5,000+

Calgary Foundation – Maja Foundation
Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta
Northwestern Alberta Foundation

Friends $1,000+

Athabasca Tribal Council
Folk, Ericka
Fraser, Andy
Gordon, Wendy
Heck, Jerry
Newell, Kathy and Eric
Plains Midstream Canada Empress I-V
Read, Elaine
Upgrading Art Event

Event Partners

Accurate Network Services 
Alstar Group of Companies
Aluma Systems
Cana Construction
Cetex Holdings
Collins Capital
Construction Labour Relations An Alberta Association
CPKC
Custom Electric
Diamond International Trucks
DMG Events Energy
Fiera Capital
Flint Energy Services
FortisAlberta
Graham Construction
Greatwest Kenworth
Hady Electric
Hedco Group
Jardeg Construction Services
Kaizen Automotive Group
Ledcor Industrial Projects
Legacy Heating and Cooling
LPS Crane Services
Mikisew Group Limited Partnership
Millar Western Forest Products
NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Services
Omnia Training
ParklandGEO
PCL Builders
Pembina Pipeline Corporation
Production World
TC Energy
Tridon Communications
Tuccaro
UA Local 488 Edmonton Training Centre
WF Steel & Crane
Whitecap Motors
Winkel, Gord and Jan
Worley 

 

Community Partners

Alexander First Nation
Fort McKay First Nation
Fort McMurray Metis Nation Local 1935
Inside Education
Platform Calgary
SafeGen
Skills Canada Alberta
Women Building Futures
Work Wild

CAREERS Advisory Groups:
Central Alberta
Grande Prairie
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
South East Alberta

Education Partners

419 Schools connected to career awareness and internship support.

EMPLOYER PARTNERS

1808 EMPLOYERS INVESTING IN YOUTH PROVIDING PAID INTERNSHIPS TO STUDENTS ENROLLED IN CAREERS PROGRAMS. 

$23.6m – EMPLOYERS PAID TO INTERNS

1808 employers investing in youth providing paid internships to students enrolled in CAREERS programs.
$23.6M EMPLOYERS paid to interns

2120192 Alberta
23 West
2324325 Alberta
4 Wheel Auto
404 Handyman Lethbridge

CONTACT US

LEARN HOW YOU CAN JOIN THE MOVEMENT TODAY.

Contact Ericka at partnerships@nextgen.org or call 780-930-2518.

Connect with CAREERS

FOR A LIMITED TIME, QUALIFIED EMPLOYERS RECEIVE UP TO $3600 PER STUDENT.

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READY TO GET STARTED WITH AN INTERNSHIP?

Students exploring internships in skilled trades may also be eligible to fast track their training through the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) Learn more.