Finding a Job
If you are planning to make the transition from school to work, from one career to another or from unemployment to employment, this is where you’ll find links to helpful resources from the provincial and federal governments and related organizations.
|Labour Market Services
||Your one-stop information resource for Employment Insurance (EI) Part II employment programs and services available in British Columbia.
||Job Bank is Canada's one-stop job listing web site. Job Bank is an easy to use, free job listing and recruitment service that has benefits employers, businesses and job seekers alike.
|Skills Connect for Immigrant Program
||The primary goal of the Skills Connect for Immigrants Program is to see new immigrants secure jobs that fully use their pre-arrival skills, knowledge and experience.
Public Service Jobs
|B.C. Public Service Agency Job Opportunities
||The BC Public Service is an award-winning employer where we celebrate the achievements and ideas of our employees, who are frequently recognized for their work and expertise at every level.
Persons with Disabilities
Youth Job Opportunities
|ACE It Program
||ACE IT is an industry training program for high school students. Through an ACE IT program, you can take courses that will give you both high school graduation credits and a head start towards completion of an apprenticeship program.
|Secondary School Apprenticeship
||Secondary School Apprenticeship (SSA) is a career program that provides students with the opportunity to begin an apprenticeship while still in high school, and to earn high school credits for doing so.