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EMPLOYERS WHO HIRE CAREERS STUDENTS DO SO BECAUSE:

75% say to develop skilled labour pool.
64% to develop workers the way we want.
65% say they have an interest in youth training.
52% say to invest in the community.

FAQS

Every situation is different. 92% of our employers say working with CAREERS aligns with business objectives. Contact us to discuss how we can partner and give a young person a chance.

CAREERS does the pre-screening – by working with you and a pool of candidates, we can make sure the best applicants are sent for your final approval. This saves you time and money going through countless resumes and applications – contact us for more info.

Absolutely! In fact, former student interns make great employees because they already have training and interest in your industry.

Yes. Our student interns must be on track to graduate to participate in a CAREERS program. We stress to our students that a high school diploma is necessary for their career path.

If the problems aren’t resolved by talking to the student and coordinator, you have the right to terminate a student’s placement or employment for cause at any time.

Free. We are a not-for-profit charitable organization. Our funding is through government, industry and donations.

EMPLOYERS WOULD RECOMMEND CAREERS

93%
“We have developed several students who now are leaders in our organization and some of our best techs.” – Quote from Advanis study

QUALITY OF CAREERS CANDIDATES

88%
“CAREERS was helpful in prescreening and preselecting candidates that matched our requirements.” -Quote from Advanis study
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EMPLOYERS IN 2017
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YEARS IN OPERATION

Employer: “this is a must do!”

PROGRAMS

RAP

The Registered Apprenticeship Program allows students to choose from more than 50 trades for an internship and to continue toward an apprenticeship.

Forestry

In alliance with Inside Education and Work Wild, students can grow their future in forestry through a number of career explorations.

Technologies

Students study technology careers while earning high school credits and post-secondary credits. There are three dual credit programs in tech.

Indigenous Youth Career Pathway

This program provides awareness for Indigenous youth with an expanded choice of career exploration and internships.

Health Services

The Health Services Youth Initiative allows students to explore more than over 200 opportunities for health occupations. Spaces are limited.

CO-OP Apprenticeship

Only available in Fort McMurray/Wood Buffalo and Medicine Hat area, this program is for high school graduates who want to get into the trades.