Career Programs


Career Planning

Find useful resources for students exploring possible career paths, whether it is via University or directly entering the workforce. Students can use the Educational Planner which gives detailed information about post-secondary schooling in BC, or look into 200 occupations as they relate to the BC job market.


Trades and industry occupations are vital to the economy and make excellent career choices.  There are two ways to start your apprenticeship while in high school.

Youth Work in Trades is on the job training, where you will be paid and can earn up to 16 high school credits.
Youth Train in Trades is a technical based foundation training program.  These courses are offered in conjunction with Okanagan College and Industry Training Authority (ITA).

Certificate Programs

Click for Steps to Follow for Applying to an Apprenticeship Program

Contact Us

Debbie Meyer Career Coordinator Fulton/CBSS 250-540-1714 -
Tim Thorpe Career Coordinator VSS/Kal 250-549-6921 -
Melanie Jorgensen Career Coordinator Seaton/ALT Programs 250-306-6806 -
Kathy Wickum District Principal Career Education - 250-549-6142 / 250-549-9208 -
Kara Cunningham - - - -