The off-campus education program provides an opportunity for Mother Margaret Mary students to enhance and apply, in real life situations, knowledge, skills, and attitudes acquired through course work here at the school. It also allows our students to pick up skills that they cannot necessarily learn here at MMM.
This program is a partnership between the student, the school, the employer, parents, and the community. These partnerships provide opportunities for students to explore and expand their career interests and aptitudes in meaningful activities, situated in community based work environments.
There are 2 paths that students might take within the off-campus education program here at MMM:
Registered Apprentice Program (RAP)
The Work Experience program gives MMM students an opportunity to discover their career interests in meaningful work activities, situated in community-based work sites in business, industry, government, and community service.
Work Experience also allows students to apply skills that they have established in and out of the school environment, and apply them to a work setting.
The Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is an apprenticeship program for high school students. Traditionally, apprenticeships in Alberta began after students graduated from high school. However, some students identify their career interests at an earlier age and are ready to get started learning and practicing their future trade while in high school. RAP is an ideal program for these students.
Internship Opportunities are also available.
Email : Kurt.Otto@ecsd.net