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Identify as a racialized woman
Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial and federal legislation and regulations; and
Unemployed or underemployed
Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons who have been granted refugee status in Canada
English proof of CLB 7 or higher
Available to attend in person training Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm
Preparing Women and Workplaces for Success is a FREE training program that supports racialized women to start or advance their careers.
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.
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 refugee with permanent resident status
The Refugee Employment Support Services Program helps refugees find work. Learn more about getting one-on-one support to find a job today.
currently live outside of Canada
have access to high-speed internet
approval from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to immigrate to Canada
have an English level (IELTS) 5.5+
SOPA helps immigrants get the skills and information they need to live and work in Canada. Learn about our pre-arrival services today.
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