Career Management Start Here Page
Students faced with a desire to define their first big career move after high school may find resources and assistance here.
- Explore one of the five career directions that are common choices for graduates, each represented with their own page button below.
- If you would like, meet with the career practitioners, talk with your parents and use the resources available on www.alis.alberta.ca and find more links on our links page.
Some Career Planning Videos for Students, Teachers and Parents
I am not sure what to do with my life?
Drop into the school career office and in a short time we can replace that complex question with a few simple questions that will help you get a direction.
I am told that I have to go to University to find success. Is that true?
Success looks different for different people. Review the common five directions below to see if any of them seem attractive to you. Another smart move would be to develop a strategy with the career practitioner or your parents.
I am told that only the Trades hold decent opportunity. Am I hearing the truth?
A great opportunity for you is not necessarily a great opportunity for the next person. If you are not certain what opportunity you are looking for drop by the career office or read through the five common directions below.
The 5 Common Career Directions
Explore some of these broad directions to see if you have a preference for one direction or another.