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Students are welcome to book a career appointment to explore career options, look at education or training requirements in a particular field, and to learn about post-secondary programs and information on scholarships. Appointments are dedicated to Grade 12 students in the first semester, then open up to all grades in the second semester. To book a career appointment with Mr. Reinhart, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the SSC.
For help with frequently asked Grade 12 questions, please visit this resource (also available in Spanish). Check out Scholartree's blog site - an amazing resource that provides a student's perspective on getting into competitive universities, how to apply for scholarships, and managing the transition from high school to post-secondary.
Check out our St. Joseph High School Grade 12 Career Information Guide
my Blueprint - students are encouraged to create an account to explore careers and post-secondary planning. Taking this step can drastically improve the value of your careers appointment! The access code is stjosephrd.
myPass - ALL students need to sign up for a myPass account. Students are responsible to manage their academic records and course information. This is a MUST for all grades.
Post Secondary Planning Checklists - these planning checklists will highlight key things to consider.
Building your career portfolio starts in high school. Students who seek out leadership opportunities, participate in community service or engage in learning outside of school demonstrate the initiative that employers are looking for! Check out the following opportunities for St. Joseph's students to develop an impressive portfolio that reflects transferable interpersonal and employability skills.
Verna J. Kirkness Science and Engineering Education Program was developed in 2008 to increase the number of FNMI students graduating from post-secondary programs in science and engineering. In addition to doing a research project, students will spend time at the Indigenous Student Centre, learn about financial assistance options and experience what it would be like to live in a residence. More information can be found at https://www.vjkf.org/
Cybermentor is an online mentoring program for girls in Grades 6 to 12 across Alberta. Girls chat with their mentor through a secure site, to learn about careers and opportunities in science and engineering, discover new interests and gain confidence. The mentors—inspiring women in diverse careers in science, technology, engineering and math—share their experience and motivate the next generation of female scientists and engineers.
Shad Canada is a STEAM and entrepreneurship program for students in Grade 10 and 11. Students are invited to experience 27-days living on campus at a Canadian university in July to experience an ambitious schedule of STEAM and entrepreneurship-oriented labs, seminars and hands-on workshops and a design challenge amongst their peers.
Looking for volunteer opportunities in your community? Check out Volunteer Central, a database of volunteer postings by area. Volunteering looks great on a resume and is an important consideration for scholarships! Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community!
Set a Child on a Path to Success as a Reading Pal this Summer! Red Deer Public Library is seeking enthusiastic adults or college/high school students (grade 10+) to volunteer their time as a Reading Pal with elementary school children (grades 1-5) who are struggling with reading and/or writing. You will work with one student for six 1-hour sessions over
a two-week period in a group setting. Training, support and resources are provided. For full details, email email@example.com.
Students who are interested in volunteering at the Red Deer Regional Hospital can find more information here.
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