Support During School Closure
I will be available for student/ parent meetings on Mondays and Fridays at Livingstone (remotely). Please email or text me if you'd like to set-up a time to chat. Alternate days and times can be made available upon request.
**NEW** I have created a new page on our website for updates and resources pertaining to Career Services. Click here!
As your career practitioner for Lundbreck and the Crowsnest Pass, my goal is to support students in their journey beyond high school through providing access to post-secondary resources, scholarship information, and career development opportunities tailored to their individual goals and aspirations.
Take a minute to explore the tabs below, then call/text/email me to schedule an appointment to discuss your future. I look forward to meeting you!
Alberta Industry Trades Information This is the home page for Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training and contains information about the process to become a Journey person in Alberta. You can start on this path in high school!
Trade Entrance Requirements (Alberta Apprenticeship & Industry Training)
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) brochure This brochure outlines the process where students in high school can begin their apprenticeship career.
Trades and Occupations list A comprehensive list of Alberta's Registered trades, complete with career profile information for each trade.
Trades specific scholarships As a trades person, you are eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships! Here is the link from the government website.
Green Certificate Agriculture Training The Green Certificate Program is an industry driven agricultural training program. Its apprenticeship style of delivery insures that participants learn through actively performing the skills required. This means learning, hands-on, out in the barn, field, greenhouse or corral and getting dirty!
John Taylor - Off-campus Coordinator Set up a meeting with our local off-campus coordinator to find out about opportunities for apprenticeship, work experience and volunteer credits. Students in Grades 10-12 can earn up to 5 credits a year (15 Total). Talk with John to learn more!
AgCareers Great site to learn more about numerous agricultural opportunities.
AWWOA Alberta Water and Wastewater Operators Association has a careers section with profiles and videos about careers in the water/wastewater industry.
Career Cruising log in using our school username (crowsnest) and password (careers). See Jennifer for your individual login information.
Cybermentor.ca This site connects girls in grades 6 -12 with career mentors in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math focused occupations.
Cool Jobs Macleans magazine profiles some very cool careers!
Goodwork.ca Environmental jobs and green work, perfect for outdoorsy types!
Health Care Career Profiles These profiles, provided by AHS, portray the wide range of clinical and non-clinical healthcare careers.
Learning Clicks An up to date, interactive career development site focused on the needs of secondary students.
My Work Quest A government of Alberta website for high school students to gain quick access to career planning and job search questions.
OCCINFO Look up and learn about hundreds of occupations on this site!
One Week Job True story of a UBC graduate and his search for a career! We have a copy of his documentary in our Career Services office.
Real Talk Gain quick access to information about real careers from people who are currently working in those areas.
Road to Employment Two recent grads take a major road trip to find out what Canadian employers are looking for.
Have you ever thought about changing things up a bit? This list (compiled by Lettie Croskery, a fellow LRSD Career Practitioner) is full of opportunities for you to expand your learning to include volunteer programs, unique classroom experiences and international exchanges. Program costs range from FREE to upwards of $33,000.00 for specialized programs which offer scholarship subsidies.
There are so many ways to continue your education beyond high school! Below you will find links to College and University offerings across Canada. Where should I go to university? Macleans Magazine publishes an annual list of top universities in Canada. Check out their University Rankings for 2019!
Ready to start applying?
Register with myPass first! Then, for all Alberta Institutions, you start with Apply Alberta. Each institution (and sometimes specific programs) has their own application date deadlines, as well as deadlines to qualify for entrance awards. I'm always happy to help with this process!
SCHOLARSHIP & LOAN INFORMATION
Student Aid Alberta Lots of information on this site for Alberta students seeking scholarships!
Alexander RUTHERFORD Scholarship Receive up to $2500 based on your average (which includes option courses!) in grades 10,11 and 12. Apply in August and receive your cheque in early October (generally) of your first post-secondary semester. Even if you take a gap year, you are still eligible for these funds! Don't forget to take 7 minutes out of your day and APPLY online for this funding!
2019 - 2020 Funding Guide This guide (updated every year) has all of the information you need to complete the Student Loan application form for post-secondary studies. The guide includes information about grant funding as well.
SCHOLARSHIP LIST! Regularly updated with 10 pages of scholarships, listed by the application due date. ALL of these scholarships are for high school students.
FNMI SCHOLARSHIP LIST! A list of scholarships available to FNMI students. Regularly updated and listed by the application due date.
Livingstone Awards & Local Scholarships Handed out at our annual awards night. Link coming soon!
Scholarships Canada You can create a profile and this website will match you with potential scholarships. It takes time to sort through the list, but it could pay off in big dollars!
Scholar Tree Similar to Scholarships Canada; create a profile and review scholarship suggestions based on your personal information.
RESP information in 3 minutes! This YouTube video may be of interest if you are looking for quick information about the Registered Education Savings Program. Taking advantage of the up to $7200.00 in government contributions is a great way to help a student save for post secondary education. The government of Canada provides further information about Using your RESP when it's time to start withdrawing funds for your student's post-secondary studies.
Looking for work? Want to build your resume and contribute to your community as a volunteer? You may benefit from a job search session with your Career Practitioner to update or create your resume, practice your interview skills and position yourself for job search success! In the meantime, check out these links:
Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce Take a look at all our local businesses. Check out their websites, give them a call, or pop in and see if they are hiring.
Crowsnest Pass Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers are often the heart of many organizations here in the Crowsnest Pass. Have a look and see if any of these opportunities are of interest to you. Volunteering is a great way to gain some experience and build your resume!
TECK Careers Explore the different positions that make up the TECK Industry, everything from Geotechnical Engineer to Office Assistant.
ALIS Check out this website for information and resources to support you as you embark on your job search.
Employment Standards Fact Sheet Get answers to common questions about the rights and responsibilities of young people in the workforce.
UPCOMING CAREER EVENTS
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL EVENTS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS YEAR HAVE BEEN POSTPONED AND/OR CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
2019-2020 Career Event Calendar All the important dates for post-secondary open houses, fairs, workshops and off-site experiences!
SAVE THE DATE!