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Get information and referrals about career, education, and employment options from Alberta Supports.

Having trouble finding a job? Not sure what career path to take? Need help writing your resumé? The staff at Alberta Supports can help.

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The Alberta Supports Contact Centre can offer information and referrals about career, education, and employment options in Alberta:

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Staff in Alberta Supports Centres can offer help with the following topics

Career planning

  • Clarify, change, or create a career path
  • Explore career options

Education and training

  • Discover full-time and part-time schooling and distance learning opportunities
  • Learn about apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas, and degrees
  • Identify funding options including training while receiving Employment Insurance

Job search skills

  • Find work opportunities
  • Write a resumé and cover letter
  • Prepare for interviews

Staff in Alberta Supports Centres can also connect you to employers, show you training options for skills that are in demand, and offer guidance on starting a self-employment program.

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