1-Step Employment for Newcomers
This program assists those who have made Alberta their new home and are faced with employment challenges.
Bredin Employment Centre
Offers individualized services and workshops in employment and personal skills development, access to computers, and support with resumes and cover letters.
BredinWorks for Internationally Educated Professionals
Professional newcomers to Alberta benefit from this program which assists individuals through the licensure and credential process in order to become employed in their chosen profession.
Individuals currently receiving EI benefits and other Albertans can enrol in the CareerLink Program which supports individuals to connect with employment, access short term training, and take advantage of s employment and personal life management workshops.
The InterviewMe is a youth employment program in partnership with Opportunity for All Youth housed at MaRS Discovery District.
The DiversityWorks program connects you to the right employers. Employers are eligible to receive financial support to ease the hiring process.
Alberta Registered Nurses Assessment Program (ARNAP) Preparation
The eight-week ARNAP Preparation program will familiarize you, as an eligible IEN, with the ARNAP exam process.
Community and Home Care Worker Program
If you are currently unemployed, the Community and Home Care Worker Integrated Training Program will prepare you with the essential knowledge, skills and hands-on experience to work with individuals requiring assisted living.
Servus-Bredin Microloans for Professional Newcomers
This micro-lending program is an Alberta lending solution offered in partnership with Servus Credit Union and provides low-interest loans of up to $15,000 to support professional newcomers with non-tuition costs related to pursuing licensure and accreditation in Canada.