Partner with Ignite



What do you think of when you hear the word “partnership”? To Ignite Centre for eLearning, it means working with you for the collective good in the service of students. Whether that means working with schools in need of support to meet the needs of their students from a programming perspective, collaborating in the creation and sharing of high quality online resources, or developing meaningful professional learning opportunities for teachers and school leaders, we look forward sharing our strengths that will benefit all of our students as well as the broader community. Interested schools and school authorities can peruse a copy of our Education Partnership Agreement here (a downloadable .pdf is available here as well).

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Ignite Partners

It is said that it takes a village to raise a child. We are grateful to our partners and supporting community agencies who have contributed to helping Ignite Centre for eLearning become a valued education choice for students and families.
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These partners have generously donated, or reduced price, for technology supports for our school. We are grateful for their support.


IntelliBoard provides analytic and reporting services to education communities and institutions that want expanded reporting and analytics for their LMS platform. We help extract the statistical data gathered within the LMS and present it on a single dashboard in the form of viewable, shareable and printable charts, graphs, and analytics.

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iCampus21 is an Alberta-based web hosting business specializing in providing Learning Management System services. Founded in 2011, the company serves primarily K-12 schools and post-secondary vocational programs in Canada.

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We work with many community agencies to support diverse groups of students. Together, we help more students experience success on their educational journey.


Based in Edmonton, Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS) provides immediate and low-barrier overnight and day shelter, temporary supportive housing, and individualized wrap-around supports for young people aged 15–24.

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e4c is a non-profit, charitable organization that has been working for over 50 years to help vulnerable people, preventing and eventually eliminating poverty. e4c is committed to working toward this vision together with interest groups, faith communities, service organizations, funders, businesses, government and the community at large.

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Homeward Trust Edmonton is a not-for-profit organization committed to ending homelessness in our city. We lead local efforts that address homelessness and its devastating impacts on individuals, families, and neighbourhoods.

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CIT’s mission is to empower clients through innovative coursework, consistent support, and community connections and move them through their barriers towards self-sufficiency. CIT currently offers short-term GED preparation and skills upgrading to individuals looking for support and academic upgrading in order to attain their GED which is required to move onto their education and/or employment goals.

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Chrysalis offers personalized services designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities while providing meaningful opportunities for growth and community inclusion. They use Human Centered Design as a service delivery model to create opportunities for people by designing programs and services based on individual needs and goals.

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YMCA Youth Transition Program (YTP) offers youth a safe, supportive, non-judgmental community to learn about available community services, meet new friends, participate in fun activities, find a place to stay when needed, find a job, or get help building a résumé.

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The Youth at Risk Development Program (YARD) is a community-based early intervention initiative, delivered in partnership with the Calgary Police Service, Calgary Neighbourhoods, and Alberta Health Services, that supports youth who are at risk of gang involvement.

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Autism Edmonton enhances the lives of people on the autism spectrum, through knowledge, services and inclusive opportunities. Autism Edmonton’s work addresses many different categories of need: family support, community engagement, professional consultation, local research support, and advocacy for families and individuals on the autism spectrum.

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BGS Career Ventures has provided successful job search, education and career solutions since 1988. BGS helps people who are employed or seeking employment and are considering pursuing other opportunities. The North Assessment Centre provides Assessment and Service Management for youth, 16-19 years of age, who wish to attend or are attending High School or an Outreach School, Grades 10-12, and may require Learner Income Support funding.

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Box Clever is an award-winning web design company based in Alberta. For over fifteen years they have been focused on building strong client relationships and industry-leading digital solutions. They tackle web projects with innovation, creativity, and well-defined strategies.

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Marketing RX works with your team and trains them as well as set up, strategize, and analyze your social media marketing. They help direct, analyze and measure your social media efforts, creating a network of raving fans for your business and attracting interest, questions, and leads.

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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

Helen Keller