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If you’re a parent who is deciding on a career direction for yourself or your child, then the information and resources in this section are a good place to begin.
These resources can help you help your children succeed at work.
Check out this list of programs and services for parents in Alberta.
Find out about child care options and the child care subsidy program.
Talking with your parents about your career plans can be tough. But there are ways to make it easier. Follow these suggestions to show you've thought things through.
As a parent, you can help your child make career choices by offering your knowledge and experience. But your child may need more information. Use these resources to help your them make the most of their career options.
If you’re a single parent looking for work, your needs are different than other job seekers’. You may need to find a job that allows you to balance your life between work and home.
When you start to feel overwhelmed, it's time to pick up some organizational tools and create the time and space you need to focus on the things that are important to you.