Skills Canada Alberta prides itself on the fact that volunteers are the core of our organization. Each year we host the Regional and Provincial Skills Canada Competitions with the support of hundreds of volunteers. 

Volunteering with Skills Canada Alberta is a one of a kind opportunity to become a part of a growing and supportive community. It is a great way to expand your skill set, meet people and have an unforgettable volunteer experience. We want you to be a part of our team!

Accepting Nominations for the Volunteer of the Year Award!
Skills Canada Alberta (SCA) celebrates the achievements and contributions of our outstanding volunteers. The SCA Volunteer of the Year award recipients have devoted countless hours, champion their trade or technology, and have made an impact in the Skills community

The eligibility criteria can be found on the online application form.

Click to see past Volunteer of the Year recipients

Short-term Opportunities

Volunteering at Events: 
Our events involve a number of hands-on tasks such as setting up for the event, welcoming participants at the registration or information booths, helping guide students in the school tours, helping with on-site activities, demonstrating your skill at a Try-A-Trades® and cleaning up after a great event.

Current Opportunities:
2019 Skills Exploration Days - Calgary, November 19 & 20, 2019 | Edmonton, November 26 & 27, 2019

MentoringGirls Exploring Trades and Technologies Conference
We are looking for energetic trade and technology specialists to share their experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm for their career choice. Industry Influencers take part in round table discussions, sharing their expertise and knowledge with students in order to motivate them to open their minds and try new things. Industry Influencers also hit the competition floor with the girls as they participate in our popular Try-A-Trade® demonstrations and complete the GETT Challenge. 

Apply to be an Industry Influencer!

Long-term Opportunities

These volunteers serve a critical role in the execution of our programs; each competition requires a specialized technical committee to plan everything from projects and judging, sourcing equipment, to set-up and tear down.

Questions?  Contact Katherine Kupchenko, Event and Registration Coordinator, at KatherineK@skillsalberta.com

Align your corporate brand with the commitment and dedication of over 1000 skilled trades industry professionals who diligently pledge their time and expertise to the development of Alberta's skilled workforce.  Contact our Partnership Lead, Karen Woitas, to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.