Summer Career Camp
Choosing only one career for the rest of your life is not realistic. At the Summer Career Camp, we teach you how to design a dynamic career that adapts as you change throughout life.
Who should attend
This program is designed for students in grades 10, 11, and 12 looking to jump-start their career. This includes students going into grade 10 this fall and students who are taking a gap year or are upgrading post grade 12.
What to expect
- Learn how to be an agent of your own career
- Identify your skills, interests, values and other attributes
- Practice exploring and researching your career options
- Connect with professionals who will share their career stories and advice
- Visit workplaces on and off the University of Alberta campus
- Map out the next few steps you will take to move forward in your career
Summer Career Camp 2017
Monday, July 10 to Friday, July 14, 2017
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily
University of Alberta, North Campus, Students' Union Building
View the full schedule
Cost & Credit
Daily transportation costs to and from camp are the responsibility of each participant.
Edmonton Public School Board students
We’ve partnered with Edmonton Public School Board to offer students in the division reduced pricing.
Fees are $50 + GST. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive 2 credits on their transcript.
All other students
Fees are $300 + GST. No credits are being offered at the time.
Summer Career Camp 2017 has now reached full capacity.
To be placed on the waitlist, please provide your information in this form.
Contact a Career Education Coordinator at 780-492-4291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Before this camp, I had never thought of a career as something that was flexible, I thought you had to work in the same job forever. But on the career crawl I realized that I can have many positions throughout my career.”
– Grade 12 student
“I liked how friendly people were on campus, it made me want to go to the U of A so I will definitely be attending the Open House this year”
– Grade 11 student
“I would tell my friends that it definitely helps you with planning your career. I thought I had a good plan when I came but I really enjoyed learning how to map everything out, it made the idea of finding a career much simpler.”
– Grade 11 student