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Plan Your Career
Find out how you can turn what you love into a career. Explore your skills, interests, passions, and what you value in a job. Start planning your career now.
Explore Education & Training
Every path leads somewhere. You just need to find out which path will take you where you want to go. Learn how to plan and fund your education, transfer credits and explore education programs.
Look For Work
Your work search is a chance to explore exciting new possibilities. Make the best of this opportunity! Get help writing your resumé or cover letter, learn how to network and prepare for your interview, and check out job search resources and labour market information.
Succeed At Work
You got the job. Now learn how to keep it, and maybe even get a promotion. Discover what it takes to stand out at work, how to handle challenges and how to be safe in your workplace.
Inspire and Motivate
Discover valuable resources to help your clients, students, children and the people in your community as they plan and achieve their career goals in Alberta.
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Everyone has different ways of learning, remembering and using information. Understanding your own way of learning begins with understanding your strengths and abilities.
Think about which program and school will best fit the plans you have for your career.
Time is your most precious resource. Think about how you spend your time now, and how you could free up the time you need to succeed at school.
Finding enough time to study—and using that time effectively—can be a challenge for many students. The good news is that good study habits can be learned.
Applying for admission or funding generally requires submitting official, legal documents and fulfilling other requirements, as well as completing an application form.
People learn in different ways, but most of us usually use a single style or method more often than another. Knowing your preferred method of learning may help you with your studying techniques.
After high school, you may look for work or continue your education. Check out this quick introduction to resources that can help you figure out your next steps.
Whether you've been out of school for a couple of months or a couple of decades, the following steps will help get you started on the road to further education.