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Make some money, earn high school credits, get a paid internship!
What’s an internship you ask? It is basically a short-term job that gives you hands-on experience! Maybe you’ll love it, maybe you won’t, but either way, you’ll learn more about what kind of job you want for your future!
Here are the steps you need to get more information and apply for your internship!
Step 1 – Contact CAREERS – click here
Step 2 – Start your application
Step 3 – Get school approval
Step 4 – GET YOUR INTERNSHIP!
Careers has some AWESOME opportunities for you to check out. Here are just a few!
1. Still in High School? That’s awesome. These are for you:
Indigenous Youth Internship Program – Indigenous students in grades 10 to 12 can become more familiar with a variety of career paths, they can enter the workforce or post-secondary education with more ability and confidence.
Internship Opportunities – Start by searching the Internship Database below to help you learn more about potential internship opportunities that match your interests. CAREERS works to connect students to tons of different career paths through paid internships
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) – Apprenticeship program for high school students to earn their diploma and work towards a registered apprenticeship
2. Graduated from High School? Congratulations! You can still take advantage of the opportunities below.
U21 Program – For those who have graduated but are still under 21 years of age
Co-op Apprenticeship Program – Apprenticeship opportunities for 18–25-year-olds in the Wood Buffalo region
Information and photo taken from careersnextgen.ca