Health Services Youth Initiative – see Tim for more details.
For students: Interested in any health services career path, the biological sciences or “how things work” in the body
The Health Services Youth Initiative gives grade 11 students the opportunity to explore one of over 200 health occupations through a summer internship. Students earn an honorarium, school credit and valuable experience in the health services field of their interest. Students may be invited back the following summer at the employer’s discretion.
Registered Apprenticeship Program-See Tim for details – The Registered Apprenticeship Program is an Alberta Education initiative allowing students to begin their apprenticeship training in any of 52 apprenticeable trades while they’re still in high school. CAREERS works with school RAP coordinators to match suitable student apprentices to available internships, making the link between student and employer. RAP students earn a fair wage, high school credit and hours toward their chosen apprenticeship.
Boxing – Students interested in learning boxing should show up on Wednesdays after school until Christmas break. Scott will run through a number of drills for conditioning and technique in boxing for these next weeks and, if a group of students shows that they are willing to dedicate themselves to being coached in the sport, the school will arrange for a boxing coach to be made available after the holidays. Talk to Scott for more information.
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