Like many organizations, CAREERS has been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. As we navigate through these unprecedented times, it is important to remember this is a temporary situation. Some of CAREERS programs and camps have been disrupted, however our team members are working from home and available to help you start making plans for the future now. If you are looking for something to do, try exploring some of the many opportunities CAREERS offers. Check out this message from the CAREERS communications team for more.
Calling all teachers! CAREERS understands the tremendous challenge Alberta teachers face in having to rapidly produce online content for students. In response, CAREERS has created a set of fully customizable Google Classroom lessons. If you are interested in accessing them, please click the button below and fill out our short survey.

Before we know it, life will return to normal and that includes new opportunities for internships. In fact, g iving youth the chance to explore and fast track careers in skilled trades, technologies and health care will be vital to getting Albertaโ€™s economy back on track. There are few municipalities that know this better than the City of Edmonton. Watch to learn more!
CAREERS' number one priority is to keep our team members and everyone we work with safe and healthy. Please take note of the following updates and temporary changes:
CAREERS' offices across the province will remain closed until further notice.
Out of respect to the over-burdened health care system, all health internships will be cancelled until September.
All of CAREERS' camps and exploration activities scheduled before May 1st have been cancelled. Registration for summer events, including the Health Sciences CAREERS Academy and Young Women in Trades & Technologies Summer Camps have been put on hold.
The application deadline for the Junior Forest Rangers Program has been extended until all positions are filled. Spend seven weeks in camp, learning about forestry through on-the-job training and unique events. For more information, CLICK HERE.
June 25, 2020
Heritage Point, Calgary
Preparations for the Eric Newell Kidz in CAREERS Golf Classic are on hold as we monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and adhere to recommendations from public health officials. As our major annual fundraiser, the Golf Classic provides over 1,500 internship opportunities and a variety of career exploration events and activities for Alberta high school students each year. We value the sponsors and attendees that always make it a success, and appreciate your ongoing support as we navigate the situation.
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CAREERS is a not-for-profit organization that relies on industry and personal donations. Thanks to the generosity of co-founder Eric Newell and his family, along with CAREERS board members, you can now make your contribution go even further!