Career planning is a process that can help you decide on what career path to follow using your skills, abilities and interests as reference points. Career Planning helps you to answer questions like:

  • Where do I want to go? 
  • What do I want to do? 
  • What kind of a career should I pursue?

Location, Hours & Booking Appointments

Location

The Career Centre is located in room 336.

Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Drop in or book an appointment. If students want to schedule appointments at other times, please arrange the meeting ahead of time with the career practitioner.

Appointments with the Career Practitioner | Mrs. Nancy Blevins

Drop-in, call or email Mrs. Blevins for an appointment:

t | 403-230-4743 ext 2336
e | neblevins@cbe.ab.ca

The Career Center is a resource area where students, parents, and staff can access information about occupations, education, work and career planning.

Come to the Career Center To

  • Learn about yourself 
  • Identify your interests, skills, and strengths 
  • Explore occupations 
  • Research educational programs 
  • Discover entrance requirements 
  • Access internet resources 
  • Create a resume 
  • Develop an action plan 
  • Receive support with overall career planning 
  • Check out job and volunteer opportunities

Resources to Help You with Career Planning

myBlueprint - Login with your CBE edu email and password.

An interactive education, career, pathways and life planner. The tool can help you to explore and build your high school course plan and inform your course choices.

myBlueprint includes:

  • Learn about yourself using the 520+ assessments
  • Plan for high school
  • Explore post-secondary opportunities across the country
  • College, University, and Apprenticeship Information – detailed information on post-secondary education and training options.
  • Explore and compare occupations
  • Find entry-level jobs and volunteer opportunities
  • Create interactive portfolios for classes and applications
  • Create resumes, cover letters, and budgets
  • Set goals and action plans
  • Document evidence of learning using pictures, videos, drawings, and audio recordings

Alis - Alberta careers, learning and employment information

ALIS CAREERinsite - A one-stop guide to career planning for Albertans. Create your career plan, get to know yourself with quizzes and exercises, explore options, get ready and take action.

Calgary Public Library - Job & Career Accelerator Library Card Required. An interactive career selection and job search system, including: occupation profiles, resume building, cover letter writing, interview skills and more.

Career Exploration Centre - The Career Exploration Centre (CEC) is a fun, interactive environment where you can get hands-on experience with a variety of careers located on the SAIT campus.

Career Centre

Career planning is a process that can help you decide on what career path to follow using your skills, abilities and interests as reference points. Career Planning helps you to answer questions like:

  • Where do I want to go? 
  • What do I want to do? 
  • What kind of a career should I pursue?

Location, Hours & Booking Appointments

Location

The Career Centre is located in room 336.

Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Drop in or book an appointment. If students want to schedule appointments at other times, please arrange the meeting ahead of time with the career practitioner.

Appointments with the Career Practitioner | Mrs. Nancy Blevins

Drop-in, call or email Mrs. Blevins for an appointment:

t | 403-230-4743 ext 2336
e | neblevins@cbe.ab.ca

The Career Center is a resource area where students, parents, and staff can access information about occupations, education, work and career planning.

Come to the Career Center To

  • Learn about yourself 
  • Identify your interests, skills, and strengths 
  • Explore occupations 
  • Research educational programs 
  • Discover entrance requirements 
  • Access internet resources 
  • Create a resume 
  • Develop an action plan 
  • Receive support with overall career planning 
  • Check out job and volunteer opportunities

Resources to Help You with Career Planning

myBlueprint - Login with your CBE edu email and password.

An interactive education, career, pathways and life planner. The tool can help you to explore and build your high school course plan and inform your course choices.

myBlueprint includes:

  • Learn about yourself using the 520+ assessments
  • Plan for high school
  • Explore post-secondary opportunities across the country
  • College, University, and Apprenticeship Information – detailed information on post-secondary education and training options.
  • Explore and compare occupations
  • Find entry-level jobs and volunteer opportunities
  • Create interactive portfolios for classes and applications
  • Create resumes, cover letters, and budgets
  • Set goals and action plans
  • Document evidence of learning using pictures, videos, drawings, and audio recordings

Alis - Alberta careers, learning and employment information

ALIS CAREERinsite - A one-stop guide to career planning for Albertans. Create your career plan, get to know yourself with quizzes and exercises, explore options, get ready and take action.

Calgary Public Library - Job & Career Accelerator Library Card Required. An interactive career selection and job search system, including: occupation profiles, resume building, cover letter writing, interview skills and more.

Career Exploration Centre - The Career Exploration Centre (CEC) is a fun, interactive environment where you can get hands-on experience with a variety of careers located on the SAIT campus.

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