Career Centre – Room 1218

What services are available at the Career Centre?

The Career Centre is staffed by Ms. Marchand, a Certified Career Development Professional. The Centre is open Monday, Wednesday and alternate Fridays from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., closed during P4. To make an appointment, Ms. Marchand can be reached at vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.ca or stop by Student Services to make an appointment.

1. Explore Your Options

The Career Centre has a variety of tools to assist you with the Career Planning Process. One of our feature tools is Career Cruising. This is a web-based resource that offers an interest inventory, occupational profiles and links to post-secondary choices. The Career Centre can provide you with the access username and password.

2. Research your Post-Secondary Options

There are a large variety of Colleges, Technical Schools and Universities available to students. Career Cruising can show students which programs are offered at a variety of institutions and at what level of study. Stop by to learn how to use this feature.

3. Looking for a Job?

The Career Practitioner can help you with your resume and cover letter. Additional support with job search techniques and interview coaching are also available. Stop by to learn about current Job Fairs and Hiring Events and how to prepare for these opportunities.

4. Dual Credit Options

Dual Credit programs are an opportunity to gain post-secondary credits while also earning a high-school diploma. There are programs in trades, information technology, health care, hospitality and tourism as well as veterinary care and more being added all the time.

Career Planning, a Journey not a Destination

Career Centre

Career Centre – Room 1218

What services are available at the Career Centre?

The Career Centre is staffed by Ms. Marchand, a Certified Career Development Professional. The Centre is open Monday, Wednesday and alternate Fridays from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., closed during P4. To make an appointment, Ms. Marchand can be reached at vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.ca or stop by Student Services to make an appointment.

1. Explore Your Options

The Career Centre has a variety of tools to assist you with the Career Planning Process. One of our feature tools is Career Cruising. This is a web-based resource that offers an interest inventory, occupational profiles and links to post-secondary choices. The Career Centre can provide you with the access username and password.

2. Research your Post-Secondary Options

There are a large variety of Colleges, Technical Schools and Universities available to students. Career Cruising can show students which programs are offered at a variety of institutions and at what level of study. Stop by to learn how to use this feature.

3. Looking for a Job?

The Career Practitioner can help you with your resume and cover letter. Additional support with job search techniques and interview coaching are also available. Stop by to learn about current Job Fairs and Hiring Events and how to prepare for these opportunities.

4. Dual Credit Options

Dual Credit programs are an opportunity to gain post-secondary credits while also earning a high-school diploma. There are programs in trades, information technology, health care, hospitality and tourism as well as veterinary care and more being added all the time.

Career Planning, a Journey not a Destination