Calgary Catholic Immigration Society
“CCIS (Calgary Catholic Immigration Society) is a non-profit organization which provides settlement and integration services to all immigrants and refugees in Southern Alberta.”
Centre for Newcomers
“Since 1988 the Centre for Newcomers (CFN) has been a key resource for immigrants and refugees of all nationalities in Calgary. A social profit organization, CFN views the integration of newcomers as a two-way process of experience, influence and impact between newcomers and the communities that welcome them.
Our vision is a community that values diversity, in which people of all backgrounds find and create opportunities to fulfill dreams and participate fully as citizens”
Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers
“The Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN) sees a future where many citizens walk with newcomers to bridge their translation into the community. To achieve this vision, we will serve as a key catalyst and leading collaborator in positively shaping the attitudes, behaviours and practices of organizations and individuals to value the diversity that newcomers bring to the community.
To enhance the quality of life for Newcomers and all Canadians”
Immigrant Services Calgary
“Since 1977, Immigrant Services Calgary has been providing a wide range of settlement services to immigrants and refugees looking to begin a new chapter of their lives in Canada. We employ a client-focused, integrated approach when working with individuals and their families to help them settle in Calgary.
Connecting newcomers to the right service at the right agency every time”
New Canadian Friendship Centre
“The New Canadian Friendship Centre first opened its doors on May 14th, 2013, in response to the vision of Centre Street Church to come alongside people who are new to Canada. We welcome all people, including refugees, regardless of their immigration status. We help by giving friendship, and practical help to be a part of Canadian life.”
The Immigrant Education Society
“The Immigrant Education Society (TIES) is a not-for-profit charitable organization that has been serving Calgary for over 30 years. They have become an integral part of Calgary’s immigrant serving community and continue to strive to give newcomers and low-income Canadians the opportunities to find their rightful place in our city.”
Bow Valley College
“Bow Valley College is an educational hub in the heart of downtown Calgary.”
“MacEwan University provides a transformative education in a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Creativity thrives here – through research and innovation that engages students, the faculty and the community.”
Mount Royal University
“From the time of our first campus – affectionately known as “the barn” – to today’s high-tech university grounds, environmentally-friendly buildings and diverse educational offerings, Mount Royal has continually embraced change to meet the needs of the people and community it serves.”
“At SAIT, we are driven to equip learners with the essential skills they need for career success. By continuously working with our industry partners, we are well informed on the digital transformation occurring in today’s workplace. We also have a deep understanding of how technology is both a driver of change and an ever-evolving, critical skill.”
University of Alberta
“For over one hundred years, the Faculty of Extension has been extending the University of Alberta experience beyond the campus and the classroom to bring adult learners a wealth of continuing education, professional development, and lifelong learning opportunities”
University of Calgary
“The University of Calgary’s mission is to provide high-quality educational opportunities to lifelong learners, thereby strengthening our communities and our university.”
Indigenous Job Seekers:
“Aboriginal Futures employs three full-time career development practitioners who can help with career decision making, education and training enhancement and employment preparation. We are indigenous owned and operated.”
"Powered by Aboriginal Link, this highly specialized employment portal is fully-dedicated to assisting Aboriginal Job Seekers in researching and acquiring opportunities to develop their careers."
Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association
“As part of a larger national structure known as the Friendship Centre Movement, The ANFCA (Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association) works alongside other PTAs and the National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) for the betterment of Friendship Centres all with a goal to uphold and advocate for effective resources to address the needs of the growing urban Indigenous population across Canada.”
Alis Alberta (Indigenous Resources)
Canadian Indigenous People Job Bank
"The Government of Canada has created a number of employment related services and tools to help Indigenous people with their job search. Learn more about the employment resources available to Indigenous people, and find a list of programs and services specific to the needs of Indigenous youth"
First Nation Jobs Online
"Canadian website dedicated to helping first nations people find employment."
"A fast growing network of Aboriginal Candidates and inclusive employers-of-choice. The number of Candidates registered has increased by over 70% in the past two years."
Indigenous & Northern Affairs Canada Employment
"Whether you're a student looking for summer or part-time employment; a recent graduate beginning your career; an experienced professional or an employer looking for ways to increase Aboriginal representation in your workforce, the Government of Canada offers a variety of resources and information about employment opportunities. INAC plays an important role in promoting increased Aboriginal representation in the Canadian workforce. As an employer, INAC is comitted to achieving a 50% Aboriginal recruitment target and becoming an employer of choice for Aboriginal peoples"
Native Women's Association of Canada Employment Resources
"Aboriginal employment resources, including job boards, resume help, and interview preparation guides."
Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth
“The Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth has been an influential not-for-profit organization in Calgary since 2001. USAY Strives to provide essential programming and services to Calgary’s Indigenous youth between the ages of twelve and twenty-nine.”
Alberta Jobs and Employment
“Working together to benefit Albertans. Alberta’s Apprenticeship and Industry training system is driven by a partnership between industry and government. Apprentices, trainers, employers and government work together to create a training system that is industry-focused, resulting in a highly skilled, internationally competitive workforce.”
“The alis website provides career, learning, and employment information that helps Albertans achieve success.”
Alis Alberta Strategies For LGBTQ2S+
“ Finding work that allows you to use your skills and strengths successfully is a common career goal. As part of a sexual or gender minority, finding work where you feel safe is an important way to reach that goal. These strategies will highlight your options so you can make decisions that are right for you.”
Better Business Bureau
“Your BBB (Better Business Bureau) Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay invests heavily in community outreach and education to ensure students, seniors, newcomers, homeowners, and other consumer groups are well equipped to navigate the modern marketplace.”
“At Bromwich+Smith, our dedicated team of Licensed Insolvency Trustees and Debt Relief Specialists are committed to rebuilding you worth while helping you relieve the overwhelming financial burden you may be experiencing due to challenging financial times.”
Debt Calculator: https://www.bromwichandsmith.com/Debt-Calculator
Budget Planner: https://www.bromwichandsmith.com/tools/budget-planner
Calgary John Howard Society
“The Calgary John Howard Society (CJHS) is a charity that has been reducing crime and making Calgary communities safer since 1949 by helping youth and adults make positive changes and move away from criminal behaviour.
We address the root causes of crime by providing education, employment programs, housing and support so individuals have alternatives to breaking the law.”
“Calgary Outlink is a community-based, not-for-profit charity dedicated to providing support, education, outreach, and referrals for the 2SLGBTQIA+ and allied communities in Calgary, Alberta."
Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion
“The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) is a made-in-Canada solution designed to help employers, diversity and inclusion/human rights/equity, and human resources practitioners effectively address the full picture of diversity, equity and inclusion within the workplace."
“ComIT is a charity which aims to develop a community that links people struggling to overcome employment barriers with companies looking for talented IT professionals."
"NPower Canada programs provide participants with free in-demand digital and professional skills training, and connects them to new and rewarding career opportunities with some of Canada’s largest employers. Through consultation with a wide range of employers, NPower Canada’s comprehensive curriculum ensures participants are equipped with the in-demand technical and professional skills most sought after by industry."
“Prospect helps people get jobs. We’re a not-for-profit and registered charity, so while the bottom line can’t be ignored, it’s not our priority. You are.
We welcome anyone who is looking for a better life through employment. We work with candidates who have degrees; we also work with people who are homeless, or who have mental health issues. We can help upgrade your skills; we can also work with an employer to help them understand a disability. Above all, we’re creative and resourceful.”