Career Counselor


The word "career" derives from the Latin language carrus, referring to a chariot. If you consider this, the aim of our career counselling program is to help students to be successful both in school and their transition post high school.  We want to provide students with the tools and resources to be prepared for their preferred futures. Recognizing that not all students will go on to post-secondary, we want to provide services that will enable students to be marketable for employment. As a Student Services team, we work closely to help increase high school completion rates by focusing on the needs of each individual student.

Our Career Counsellor is available to meet individually with students to discuss and assist with the following topics: 

  • High school course planning and review of graduation requirements
  • Career assessment and interest inventories
  • Coordinate the Work Experience and RAP programs
  • Researching occupations
  • Post-secondary planning and applications
  • Writing resume and cover letters 
  • Job search and interview preparation 
  • Enrolling in safety courses for workplace readiness
  • Finding scholarship funding
  • Providing reference letters

We also offer many services to students and parents:​​

  • Access to myBlueprint, our online career and life planning program for grades 9-12
  • Organize post-secondary visits and guest speakers on various career topics
  • Plan the annual ELAA Post-Secondary tour in the fall
  • Provide calendar dates for open house events in the fall
  • Coordinate our scholarship program 

Throughout the year, Mrs. Dribnenki will be meeting with students by appointment. Parents and students are welcome to request an appointment by either contacting the school or our Career Counsellor directly at 780-623-4271 ext 130.

Helpful Links and Resources:

Alberta Education (Diploma Requirements)

Apprenticeship & Industry Training

Alberta Learning Information System