Every student, every day.

Career Centre Supports and Services

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My focus is to provide hope and guidance in assisting students in developing plans for their future. We discuss the dream and develop action plans to reach their goals.

Together we research industries, education requirements, using various resources such as:

  • Career and personality assessments
  • Career and Post-secondary resources
  • Scholarship applications
  • Resume and cover letter building


  • Connect students to industry professionals
  • Attending Career Exploration events 
  • Participate in Post-Secondary Open Houses 

Support for Parents and Guardians:

  • Access to Career and Job fairs
  • Career Events for Students and Parents Calendar        
  • Weekly insert in school newsletters

Exploring Career Options

Alis Alberta - Get to know yourself and explore careers

Education Planner - Self-assessments and exploration

Spark Path Activities - By appointment

Personality Assessments - By appointment

Trades and Apprenticeships

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!

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). 

How to apply to Alberta Post-secondary institutions

Register with MyPass first!

How to video: MyPass

Then, for all Alberta Institutions, you start with creating an Alberta Digital ID and then access Apply Alberta.

Each Alberta 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!

Canadian Adventures and Opportunities

More Canadian Adventures

Rotary Alberta Youth Entrepreneurship Camp

RAYEC is a week-long camp that takes place every August for youth ages 13- 15 who are interested in learning about business and entrepreneurship. The main focus of this camp is to educate youth about marketing, advertising, preparing a cash-flow statement and writing a business plan. Campers set up their own businesses and use real money which they borrow from actual bankers. The last day is “Business Day” at the camp, where campers have the opportunity to open and operate their businesses. The youth also get to participate in many fun recreational activities throughout their week at camp.

Outward Bound Canada Develop your outdoor and interpersonal skills on this 14-day adventure in the Canadian Rockies. You will create a strong sense of community with your peers as you travel through the wilderness, learning how to work together to accomplish daily tasks and make decisions to keep you and your group thriving in the elements. 
The Duke Edinburgh’s International Award An internationally recognized program for young people, building their skills to equip them for life and work. By creating opportunities for young people to develop skills, get physically active, give service and experience adventure, the Award can play a critical role in their development.
Katimavik Katimavik aims to help youth become engaged, caring citizens and capable contributors and leaders for a better Canada. We do this through the development of 21st century skills, experiential learning, and civic engagement.

Important: Livingstone Range School Division neither screens  nor endorses external opportunities, practices, products, or services. As data is subject to change at the discretion of each company, information has not been verified and Livingstone Range School Division cannot be held responsible for any inconsistencies or errors. Livingstone Range School Division does not warrant the legitimacy of any of the information in the posting, including the company and the position itself. It is the responsibility of each applicant to review and research each employment opportunity prior to applying.

Career Services

YQL Aviation Day

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Lethbridge Airport, 417 Stubb Ross Rd, Lethbridge, AB T1K 7N3, Canada

This FREE community event is tailored for youth and anyone interested in pursuing an aviation career.

Be prepared to encounter various pilots, aircraft, local companies, post-secondary schools, and aviation institutions. Professionals from various fields within the industry will be present, eager to share their journeys and experiences, igniting the aspirations of future generations. This extraordinary event celebrates the past, present, and future of aviation. Your journey into the skies begins here!

Lethbridge College Recruiter

Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Location: F P Walshe School, 1600 6 Ave, Fort Macleod, AB T0L 0Z0, Canada

Phlebotomist - Career Exploration Session

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

This session has been postponed - We will update the calendar when we have a new scheduled session. 
Thank you for your understanding. 

Do you have excellent hand-eye coordination, good attention to detail and good communication skills? Are you able to follow rules and procedures while being understanding and empathetic?

If so, and you have an interest in the medical field, phlebotomy might be the career for you. As an essential part of the health system, a Phlebotomist performs blood draws on people. Blood may be collected for donation or for testing and analysis.

Amelia, from Canadian Blood Services, will share details of her chosen career and what you need to know.


U of C Recruiter Booth

Time: 8:15 am - 9:15 am
Location: J T Foster School, 2501 22 St, Nanton, AB T0L 1R0, Canada

The recruiter will set up at a table in the den and chat with students before school