Employment Supports – Alberta

CALGARY

 

Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS)
https://t2m.io/wCB753e
contact@ccisab.ca
1-403-262-2006  

CCIS (Calgary Catholic Immigration Society) is a non-profit organization which provides settlement and integration services to all immigrants and refugees in Southern Alberta.

For a full list of programs available to professionals and job seekers, visit: 

https://t2m.io/k9x2d7V

 

Centre for Newcomers
https://t2m.io/eHxyaX1
cdjs@centrefornewcomers.ca
1-403-569-3325

Are you new to Canada? Do you have questions about how to find work in your occupation, or what training program to take? We can help you reach your employment goal.

 

Immigrant Services Calgary
https://t2m.io/Xp9ns8J
info@immigrantservicescalgary.ca
1-403-265-1120

We can help you to find employment by providing a variety of programs and services that offer employment skills training, job search support and connections to potential employers. Individual sessions and workshops are available in English and other languages upon request.

 

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association (CIWA)
https://t2m.io/etbVzpE
employmentservices@ciwa-online.ca
1-403-263-4414

Employment Services offers a suite of bridge to work programs serving newcomers with low-skills, mid-skills as well as professionals. Participants build occupational skills, essential skills, and learn about Canadian workplace culture and the labour market. Participants develop job search and networking skills.

 

The Immigrant Education Society (TIES)
https://t2m.io/Xf6jFvC
wreception@immigrant-education.ca
1-403-291-0002

Looking to build your career? Our employment-related programs are built to help learners develop the fundamental skills needed to navigate the Canadian job market and keep up in an ever-changing economy.

 

Prospect Human Services
https://t2m.io/zgZk5Cb
info@prospectnow.ca
1-877-483-2562

Prospect helps job seekers with everything from resources to skill upgrading to direct placement. We currently offer these programs to help Albertans fulfill their employment potential.  

 

YW Calgary
https://t2m.io/4k34Cyh
weprosper@ywcalgary.ca
1-403-232-1580 

For resources & information on employment programs, contact 1.403.294.7336 or the Women’s Employment Resource Centre at 403.705.7543

 

Calgary Region Immigrant Employment Council (CRIEC)
https://t2m.io/jT62n4D
mentorship@criec.ca
1-587-894-7583

We will assist you in areas that include:

  • Reviewing your communication skills, education, experience and job readiness
  • Analyzing and discussing your individual career path plan, goals and aspirations, and helping you identify strengths and gaps
  • Assessing appropriate initial strategies based on the above review and analysis

 

Making Changes Associatio
https://t2m.io/T82CKJ4
info@makingchangesassociation.ca
1-403-262-5776 

Gain confidence and start moving forward with our free Employment and Life Skills program. This positive program assists immigrant women in establishing meaningful lives in their new society.

 

Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth (CBFY)
https://t2m.io/CUAM92h
yes@cbfy.ca
1-403-230-7745 

The Youth Employment Support Program is a youth employment program provided by The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth (CBFY) in conjunction with Service Canada to provide Immigrant, Refugees, visible minorities, Indigenous, disabled, and low-income youth, ages 18-29, to gain the information, skills, and experience necessary to navigate through the labour market and to successfully transition into sustained employment.

 

Centre Accueil Nouveaux Arrivants Francophones (CANAF)
https://t2m.io/odguDPC
employment@canaf.ca
1-403-532-6334   

CANAF supports you free of charge in your job search.

 

Cite Des Rocheuses
https://citedesrocheuses.com/immigration-installation-francophone-calgary/
info@citedesrocheuses.com
1-403-249-1749 

Contact us for help in achieving your goals: a settlement counselor will work with you to create a unique plan based on your goals, skills and priorities. Your plan will connect you to the right programs and services in your community.

BROOKS

 

Brooks & County Immigration Services (BCIS)
https://t2m.io/eQkGru8
info@bcis-brooks.ca
1-403-362-0404

Working in Canada will most likely be very different from what you are accustomed to.  We will help make sense of the Canadian workplace. Our one-on-one employment services will help as you rewrite your resume and cover letter, and start your job search.  Job interview techniques, employee rights & responsibilities and workplace culture are all topics we will discuss during our group workshops.

LETHBRIDGE

 

Lethbridge Family Services
https://t2m.io/WxL3KnJ
1-403-320-1589

Our Career and Employment Services Program helps to bridge the gap between Internationally Educated Professionals (IEP’s) and Lethbridge employers. Our practitioners are experienced in assisting immigrants integrate into Canadian work culture and connect with potential jobs. 

We can help with: 

  • Employment Counselling
  • Preparation for Licensure/Certification
  • Career Mentorship 
  • Connector Program 
  • Information Sessions
  • Work Placement

MEDICINE HAT

 

Saamis Immigration Services Association
https://t2m.io/ZvmHbt1
info@saamisimmigration.ca
1-403-504-1188

The Association helps immigrants in preparing resumes, making contacts, & developing interview techniques. Referrals to mainstream job training & further education programs are made as needed.

RED DEER

 

Catholic Social Services
https://t2m.io/8Q6oDHG
1-403-346-8818

We provide employment information and workshops in Red Deer and area to help immigrants and refugees find a job. We can help with career planning, resumes, interview preparation, job search support, foreign credential recognition and further education. These services are free and only offered in our Red Deer office.

 

CARE for Newcomers
https://t2m.io/c42RTZw
admin@carefornewcomers.ca
1-403-346-8818

The Employment service of Care for Newcomers opens doors to Employment Training, Mentoring, and Opportunities for Newcomers. Care for Newcomers bridges the gap between the needs of newcomers and employers, creating a welcoming, inclusive, and beneficial relationship for a healthy, competitive Central Alberta economy.

 

Bredin Centre for Career Advancement
https://t2m.io/phr20uz
reddeer@bredin.ca
1-587-273-0225

Bredin Employment Centre is here to help with every step of your career journey. A skill assessment will help to identify your strengths and develop a plan to address skill gaps. Our knowledgeable staff will provide job search coaching and guidance on navigating the current labour market.

EDMONTON

 

Catholic Social Services
https://t2m.io/5hHXuXU
1-780-424-3545

The Language Assessment, Referral, and Counselling Centre (LARCC) provides educational counselling for immigrants and refugees who would like to pursue educational opportunities in Canada. We also offer information sessions about career and employment services & short-term employment training programs.

 

Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN)
https://t2m.io/GvR3zQA
info@emcn.ab.ca
1-780-424-7709

Find A Job. Find the right program for you and your family. EMCN offers a variety of programs to help Newcomers find work, learn English, & get involved in their communities.

 

Prospect Human Services
https://t2m.io/KR8P6yd
info@prospectnow.ca
1-877-483-2562

Prospect helps job seekers with everything from resources to skill upgrading to direct placement. We currently offer these programs to help Albertans fulfill their employment potential.  

 

Changing Together: A Centre for Immigrant Women (CTCIW)
https://t2m.io/R7srxFB
info@changingtogether.com
1-780-421-0175 

Making Changes Program is a pre-employment, life skill orientation program with an English component. It is a 2-week program requiring four days a week or once a week for eight weeks for a total 48 hours.

 

Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC)
https://t2m.io/NRvXqDt
info@eriec.ca
1-780-497-8866 

ERIEC’s mentorship and networking programs support career and economic integration for new immigrants to Canada. We connect Edmonton employers with the global talent and help them develop intercultural and leadership skills in their current team.

 

Bredin Centre for Career Advancement
https://t2m.io/PpLNCt5
bredin@bredin.ca
1-780-425-3730

Bredin Employment Centre is here to help with every step of your career journey. A skill assessment will help to identify your strengths and develop a plan to address skill gaps. Our knowledgeable staff will provide job search coaching and guidance on navigating the current labour market.

 

Action for Healthy Communities
https://t2m.io/Ocjaa0x
communications@a4hc.ca
1-780-944-4687

AHC’s Employment Supports Program has three main areas of focus in addition to walk-in supports provided in our Community Resource Hub. Our Employment Supports team can share knowledge and resources about Alberta employers and industries, the Alberta job market, workforce integration, educational credential assessment, job search techniques, career opportunities, employment trends, and much more.

 

Acces Emploi
https://t2m.io/bNSW4JG
info@accesemploi.net
1-780-490-6975

Acces Emploi offers many completely free services to job seekers to help them develop their knowledge & increase their chances of being hired

 

Canadian Imperial Advantage
https://imperialadvantage.ca/canadian-imperial-advantage-newcomer-center-cianc/
info@imperialadvantage.ca
1-587-689-5500

We work with friendly and experienced settlement professionals to deliver the following services to newcomers:

  • Help you look for a job
  • Help you find a place to live
  • Programs that helps you integrate into your new community
  • Help you get language assessment and sign up for language classes
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