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Facing two or more barriers to employment
Unemployed or Employed Part-Time
Not receiving financial supports from similar provincially or federally funded labour market program
Legally entitled to work in Canada (work permit conditions may restrict participation)
Living in British Columbia
Join Next Steps, a free program helping women in business. Get job training, financial support, and personalized coaching for success.
MOSAIC’s Refugee Settlement and Integration Program supports refugee claimants in British Columbia. Learn more about our support and resources.
Temporary Foreign Workers
BCSIS provides important services for international students, refugee claimants, and naturalized citizens and other temporary residents of Canada.
A Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person (under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, S.C. 2001, c. 27) legally entitled to work in Canada
Not receiving financial supports from another provincially or federally funded labour market program.
Living in British Columbia
Unemployed or precariously employed
The MOSAIC Fast Track to Manufacturing Plus (F2M Plus) Program helps youth (age 16-29) find a career in Canada.
Personnes francophones (services disponibles en français)
Persons with a disability
Persons with multiple barriers
Survivors of violence and/or abuse
WorkBC helps you find and keep a job as quickly as possible. We help you build your skills and confidence through one-on-one and group support and resources.
Recent immigrant within the last 5 years
Have a postsecondary certificate, diploma, or degree
Be unemployed or underemployed
Possess 3 years relevant international work experience
Have professional working proficiency in English
Currently reside within Metro Vancouver
Not have Canadian work experience in the same field
The WorkXP Internship Program helps immigrants use their international work experience to get a job in Canada. Learn more about becoming an intern or hiring one.
Have strong English skills (CLB 7+)
Identify as a racialized immigrant
Be passionate about social and civic engagement.
Have solid work and/or volunteering experience
Have the flexibility to attend training every other Saturday for four months
Previous experience serving on boards and committees is an asset
SCOPE helps immigrants in Canada to positively impact their communities by engaging in social & civic initiatives such as boards, committees
Permanent residents (10 years or less)
Unemployed or underemployed
Skilled immigrants: 1+ years related experience
The Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants program provides employment services in BC. Use your education and skills to get a job in your field. Learn more now.
A passport request letter with permanent resident visa issuance
A Permanent Resident visa pick up notification letter
An IRCC invitation to get pre-arrival services
An IRCC request that an applicant for permanent residence complete a medical examination
An Offer of Employment to a Foreign National (Atlantic Immigration Pilot)
Confirmation of permanent residence (COPR) letter/document
A single entry permanent resident visa
Are you moving to Canada soon? The Planning for Canada program provides Canada pre-arrival services including resources on settlement and employment.
Companies dedicated to meeting diversity and inclusion goals
Companies with vacancies to fill
Hire a skilled worker for your company. Partner with MOSAIC for your hiring, recruitment, and community engagement opportunities.
A refugee with permanent resident status
A protected person with valid work permit
A person under the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET)
English level equivalent to a minimum of CLB 5
The Refugee Employment Support Services Program helps refugees find work. Learn more about getting one-on-one support to find a job today.
English at LINC 6 level or higher (CLB 5+)
Lived in Canada less than five years
2 years experience in your profession in another country
Permanent Residents, Refugees, Refugee Claimants
Looking to re-enter your field in Canada? Workplace Connections Mentoring Program help newcomers to Canada connect with career mentors. Become a Mentee today.
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