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Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) is the provincial gateway to help Albertans plan and achieve educational and career success!

The ALIS website averages over 3 million yearly visits.

ALIS provides information for:

  • Career planning
  • Post-secondary education and training
  • Educational funding
  • Job searches
  • Labour market trends
  • Workplace issues.

The website is organized by target audience and includes useful information, strategies and suggestions to help visitors plan for careers, learning and work.

High School Students

If you are a high school student, there are a number of great resources to help you prepare for a career, including:

  • strategies to identify your strengths and begin planning for a career
  • videos and occupational profiles to learn about different job options
  • information to help you match your education requirements with your career ambitions
  • facts about education costs and ways to pay for your education.

Post-Secondary Students

If you plan to be—or already are—a post-secondary student, you will find resources to help you:

  • plan your education program, including training and apprenticeship options
  • learn about educational programs and schools
  • apply for admission
  • transfer from one school or program to another
  • access funding sources
  • plan for graduate school.

Career Explorers

Whatever stage of life you are in, from a student just starting out to a mature worker looking to change careers, you can use these resources to:

  • identify your strengths and plan your career
  • explore occupation options
  • get advice and help from career experts
  • find career and job fairs.

Education/Training Seekers

Whether you are looking for two weeks of training or several years of post-secondary education, you can use these resources to:

  • plan your career
  • find accredited programs
  • learn about funding your education.

Job Seekers

If you are looking for employment or to change jobs, you can use these resources to:

  • learn about searching for work online
  • access more than 200 job banks
  • find career and job fairs
  • research wages and salaries for different occupations and employment opportunities in different industries
  • learn about work options, including apprenticeship and small business opportunities.


As a career development educator, practitioner or counsellor, you will find resources to help you provide your students or clients with information on:

  • career planning
  • occupational options
  • educational planning
  • educational financing
  • work searches.

In addition, ALIS offers dedicated Workplace Resources. If you are an employee, employer or human resources and career development professional, you can use these resources to learn about creating a productive, competitive and safe working environment. Information is organized into sections about:

  • rights and responsibilities in the workplace
  • enhancing the workplace
  • managing workplace relationships.

ALIS also offers eProducts & Services including:

  • career information hotline
  • career, learning and employment publications
  • short, easy-to-read tips on career, learning and employment topics
  • an eNewsletter to keep you informed about ALIS
  • flyers on new career, education, workplace and labour market resources.

Check back regularly for poll questions, special announcements and features.

You can also find specialized resources that address the needs of particular groups such as:

  • Indigenous peoples
  • job seekers considering moving to Alberta
  • mature workers
  • persons with disabilities
  • youth.

The ALIS website, led by Alberta Community and Social Services, is a provincial government partnership of:

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