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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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This resource maps out the life and work competencies Canadians need to manage their career–building process proactively.
This website provides links to career planning and job search tools for youth, young adults, older workers, newcomers, entrepreneurs and job seekers in Manitoba.
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Now takes up most of your time and energy. Next is not yet in your face, but you’ll probably want to spend a bit of time planning for it, starting now. Future is 2 to 4 (or more) years after you leave high school, when you feel ready for adult life.