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British Columbia – Self Employment for Job Seekers

Self Employment is an employment program that provides financial assistance and entrepreneurial support to eligible individuals while they develop and implement their business plan. This program assists unemployed eligible individuals who are creating jobs for themselves by starting a business.

Job Options BC – Older Workers Employment Program

The YWCA of Vancouver has a 12-week employment program for adult jobseekers ages 55 and older . Gain the skills and experience you need to find sustainable employment during the Job Options program, which includes: Career exploration and job search workshops Work experience opportunities Training allowance Short-term certificate training Additional support: Could include transportation and work equipment

Job Options BC – Urban Older Workers

Information on the Urban Older Workers program, whose mission is to provide unemployed non-Employment Insurance individuals, 55 years of age and over, with skills to find and sustain employment. (British Columbia)

Knocking Down Barriers Faced By New Immigrants To Canada Fitting the Pieces Together

This report provides an overview of the labour force participation of new Canadians including some of the programs in place to introduce them into the workforce.

Make the Change that’s Going to Make the Difference: How to Design Effective Programs

The purpose of this workshop is to present what participants need to know and do to effectively propose, design, or re-design programs.  It addresses how to select and implement evidence-based/informed program models and provides a clear and detailed framework for addressing the most challenging aspects of the process.

Nova Scotia – Self Employment

Self-Employment is an employment program of Employment Nova Scotia that assists unemployed eligible individuals create jobs for themselves by starting a business.

Partners for Workplace Inclusion Program

A one stop employment service for job seekers with disabilities.  Developed by the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) and funded by the Opportunities Fund, Government of Canada.  PWIP enhances the employability skills of persons with disabilities.

Pathways to Youth Employment: Roadmap for creating a youth employment program

A new manual supported by CERIC and funded by The Counselling Foundation of Canada offers a roadmap for how to create a successful youth employment program. Developed by FoodShare Toronto, the manual presents insights into its Pathways to Youth Employment program and placement model along with a breakdown of its policies and procedures, including administrative and marketing templates.

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