ISSofBC provides several services to help people start and grow their careers, including job search assistance, training, language education, and mentoring from professionals.
Kamloops Immigrant Services (KIS) is a non-profit society devoted to welcoming immigrants and newcomers to Kamloops and the surrounding areas. The agency provides a host of confidential services free to eligible participants. Their primary goal is to support newcomers to settle into the community and assist with integration to Canadian society through a welcoming and inclusive philosophy.
A non-profit organization and registered charity that operates on the fundamental belief that all individuals have the ability to succeed. Since 1976, Open Door Group has been providing a full range of client-centered services to support British Columbians to achieve employment or community attachment.
Service Canada is the place where Canadians go—whether online, by phone, or in person—to access the programs, services, and benefits they need from the Government of Canada and its many partners.
A Government of B.C. website that is dedicated to assisting employees find work and employers post job opportunities.
The Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG) is an employer-driven, cost-sharing program that helps employers invest in training for their current or future employees. The CJG assists eligible employers to offset the cost of training up to a maximum of $10,000 per participant per fiscal year, and up to a maximum of $15,000 per participant per fiscal year for the Unemployed Stream. The employer contributes at least one-third to the cost of training, with the exception of the Unemployed stream. The employer of all streams must have a job for the participant at the end of training.