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STUDENTS INVOLVED WITH CAREERS FOR INTERNSHIPS EXPERIENCE THESE EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES:

99% likely to finish high school
65% increase interest in more technical studies
39% increase grades
82% likely to continue studies
63% increased interest in post secondary
29% improved attendance
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STUDENTS SUPPORTED SINCE 1997
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STUDENT INTERNSHIPS SINCE 1997

FAQS

Every situation is different. Your child may be interested in checking out some options, getting work experience, getting paid while getting high school credits. Contact us or your school’s off-campus coordinator to talk about the opportunities.

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Most of our programs are for students in grades 10-12.

Yes. All students receive a fair wage or honorarium for their work in our internships or apprenticeships. Please note that the Registered Apprenticeship Program requires a 125-hour trial period during which payment is at the employer’s discretion. Students will earn five credits for the trial period.

Free. We are a not-for-profit charitable organization. Our funding is through government, industry and donations. Some of our specialty camps require a small participation fee.

Contact us or your school’s off-campus coordinator to talk about the opportunities.

STUDENTS RECOMMEND

93%
“It is a great program for me to go out and start a career and get my life underway at such a young age.” – Quote from Advanis study

COMPLETELY SATISFIED

89%
“Through the program I received tremendous amounts of work experience which helped me succeed.” – Quote from Advanis study

RELEVANT TASKS

88%
“You gain a wide variety of skills and have many great mentors and supporters through your apprenticeship.” – Quote from Advanis study

PROGRAMS

RAP

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

Indigenous Pathway

Indigenous Youth Career Pathway provides awareness for Indigenous youth with an expanded choice of career exploration and internships.

Technologies

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

Health Services

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

Forestry

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

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.