Calgary Board of Education CBe-learn
2336 53 Ave. S.W., Calgary AB  T3E 1L2 | Grades 7-9, 10-12 Online
t | 403-777-7971  e |


support | after high school
student services

CBe-learn students have lots of options after they have completed their High School studies.

For information regarding our Student Services, or to book an appointment, please contact a Student Advisor.

last names A - K | Gail Williamson

last names L - Z | Sue Brady

You may also use some of the resources below:

  • after High School
  • career cruising
  • career planning
  • Post-Secondary info
  • funding your education

apprenticeship | available in 50 designated trades

  • On the job training with periods of classroom instruction
  • Experienced mentors
  • Program length varies
  • Wages increase with experience

canadian forces | investigate the educational and occupational opportunities



GAP Year | a year of traveling

academic upgrading /completing your high school diploma

training without a high school diploma

CBe-learn and the Career and Technology Centre at Lord Shaughnessy High School will be using the web-based application "Career Cruising". This application will allow you, your child as well as his/her teachers to better understand the interests, ambitions and individual learning needs. Please click here to review the Parent and/or Guardian Letter.

Career Development Websites

Career Services/Self Assessment |
Comprehensive Career Information |
The City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre |
Government of Canada |
Canadian Armed Forces |
Alberta Apprenticeship |
Next Steps |

Job search Websites

Job Bank |
Job Search |
Calgary Sun |
Calgary Herald |
Workopolis |
Calgary Stampede |
City of Calgary |
Alberta Health Services |
Monster Board Canada |
Calgary Job Shop |

Apply for public colleges, technical institutes and universities online |

YouthinkPS - Western Canada’s Post-Secondary listings |

Alberta Universities

Alberta Colleges and Technical Institutes

Canadian Universities

Information on Institutions/Schools

There are many options for students to help fund their education: bursaries and scholarships are an excellent place to start. Loans and awards are also available.


An award to a student who has attained a certain level of achievement, is in need of financial assistance and is continuing their studies.


Money advanced to the student to be repaid upon completion of studies. Applications for student loans will be available late May at


A cash award given to a student based on one or more of the following criteria:
Academic achievement, citizenship, financial need.

The Lana Hanson Memorial Scholarship is given to a CBe-learn student every year.
CLICK HERE for more information.

Questions and clarification about Alberta Scholarships

Alberta Scholarships & Bursary Programs 2011/2012 |

Other financial resources


Web Administrator: Monti Tanner
Last Modified: November 16, 2017