Use the information and links below to help you plan your career path, present your qualifications and experience to employers, and improve your chances of being interviewed for the jobs for which you apply.
Making career decisions can be challenging. The Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) has gathered a list of career services available in the province for people choosing a career path. Career consultants, government gateways, internships, funding information and opportunities for all Albertans starting or changing a career can be found here.
Your resumé and cover letter highlight your skills, accomplishments, experience, education and training. The ALIS website provides detailed step-by-step information on creating an effective resumé that will improve your chances of being invited to interview for jobs for which you apply.
The Career Information Hotline e-Resumé review service is provided free of charge to residents of Alberta and/or those seeking employment in Alberta. Once you have created your resumé, you can submit it online and a Career Advisor will review it and make suggestions for how it can be improved.
Preparing for a job interview can make you feel confident and the more confident you are, the more likely you are to be offered the job for which you interview. The ALIS website has tip sheets and other information that can help you prepare for a job interview. You'll also find tips on how to present yourself effectively during the interview.
Stay on your career path with links and downloadable guides to becoming registered to work in your chosen profession in Alberta.
Date Updated: Sun, 22 Jul 2012 02:51:56