A Day in The Life
Isabella Umeris and Hannah Prince have been quite the duo this summer, thanks to an internship sparked by CAREERS' Young Women in Trades and Technologies Mentorship Series. During Hannah’s presentation of the work she does with Century 21 in Lethbridge, Isabella’s teacher thought of her student as the perfect candidate. Isabella has spent her summer learning the ins and outs of Hanna’s job as a marketing coordinator. From photography to social media and advertising, Isabella has thrived in her position so much that Century 21 plans to keep her on when she goes back to school.
LinkedIn Learning for CAREERS Interns & Alumni
Hey Interns! Looking for a way to make your resume stand out from the crowd?

CAREERS and RBC have partnered to give you the chance to increase your skills from home. If you are a current or recently finished CAREERS intern, join our Alumni group on LinkedIn and gain LinkedIn Learning access. LinkedIn Learning gives you access to a ton of online courses to add to your resume. There are a limited amount of spots, so don't wait!
Starting Their Future
22 bright young CO-OP students are starting their apprenticeship journey this month! Thank you to our employer partners for giving Alberta youth an opportunity to become the future workforce.
Careers for Youth: BACK to SCHOOL Challenge 
Over 150,000 high school students are headed back to school this fall.

Engaging students in career skill development through work integrated learning is vital to their success and well-being.  Keeping youth at the forefront of workforce development strategies is essential in getting Alberta youth working now and in offering hope for their future. 
CAREERS is challenging you to make a donation to facilitate student internships for the coming school year.  
"I think it's a really cool experience because it helps you realize jobs in the future and what you want to do in life. It gives you a wider perspective on jobs."

-Aleksandra Kuz, Agriculture Intern
Support Alberta Youth – Support a Student Internship 
Youth can easily be forgotten and ignored as operational human resourcing plans are revamped and adjusted. CAREERS is critical in keeping youth at the forefront of workforce development strategies and building skill development through work integrated learning. 

Work integrated learning internships: 
  1. Engage youth to cover current and future skill gaps, 
  2. Assist youth to transition to post-secondary learning and connect to a career path and, 
  3. Accelerate Alberta youth into the skilled workforce.
Donate today and your donation will be matched through the CAREERS Donor Matching Campaign.   

New industry or individual donations are eligible for 1:1 matching up to $650,000.  Thanks to the generous contributions of The Newell Family and the CAREERS Board of Directors, $650,000 is available to match donations from new investors. 
 Your gift today will support our young people to discover a career
in-demand now and in the future, connect them to the education and skills needed to build a vibrant and prosperous Alberta.