Jobs4All

Program Description

Employability these days is not easy. We take the guesswork out of getting the right job fit for four unique social groups. Through personalized training, participants can confidently move forward in their career goals.

1. Mosaic
We provide skills training and customized employment support to Francophones, Immigrants, and Visible Minorities. Get one-on-one support from a Vocational Counsellor. We can develop a tailored training plan to provide the confidence and skills for long-term, meaningful employment.

2. Diverse Abilities
Having diverse abilities is not a barrier to employment. Our program mutually develops training plans and provides one-on-one support by partnering with employers and training partners. We identify and find solutions with employers to meet your unique needs.

3. Work Re-Entry After Justice System
Have you been involved with the Criminal Justice system? The program can provide financial supports and certificate training such as First Aid, Ground Disturbance, H2S Alive, Serving It Right, and more. Our customized coaching, training, and employment plans will help remove barriers and build your skills to re-enter the workforce.

4. PEERS Employment Program
People who are at risk, experiencing, or have experienced homelessness face multiple barriers to employment. Our program provides true wrap-around support including mentorship, volunteering, training, and community/employment partnerships.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible for Jobs4All, participants must be:
  • A Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected person legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Living in British Columbia
  • Unemployed or precariously employed
  • Have a lack of/limited knowledge of navigating the Canadian labour market
  • Experiencing barriers to employment
MOSAIC
  • Recent Immigrant within 10 years of landing and/or a member of the francophone community
  • Self-identifies as First Nations, Inuit, or Métis
  • Self-identifies as a visible minority
DIVERSE ABILITIES
  • Self-identifies as having a disability and/or who is assessed as having a disability using an approved assessment tool
WORK RE-ENTRY
  • Have been incarcerated and/or have prior criminal justice involvement

More Information

Call us at 250.763.8008, or email us at ac.rcknull@secivrestnemyolpme for more information.

You can also sign up for our information session happening weekly on Tuesday’s at 1:00 pm.
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