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Job Seekers

  • Interested in exploring your career options?
  • Wondering what steps to take in your job search?
  • Need assistance to explore training or self-employment?

WorkBC Centre is dedicated to helping job seekers find employment.

Our services are cost-free and tailored to residents who are unemployed or working less than 20 hours a week, legally entitled to work in Canada, and are not currently attending full-time school.

If you have complaints or concerns about services received, please click Concerns or Complaints for more information. 

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WorkBC is the provincial government's access point to the world of work in British Columbia. It was created with one key goal — to help all British Columbians to successfully navigate B.C.'s labour market.


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    Info Session for Employers
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Specialized Services

    For People who have received Employment Insurance (El)

    Business mentorship is available to help you start your own business. Find out more by CLICKING here.

    Up to $7500 tuition funding is available for on-demand training. As per need, living support, childcare and transportation may also be covered.

    Other COMMUNITY & EMPLOYER PARTNERSHIP opportunities for training and placement also available.

    For Individuals with Mental & Physical Disabilities

    • Specialized Assessments
    • Disability Management
    • Job Coaching and Maintenance
    • Customized Employment Placement
    • Volunteer Experience Placement
    • Funded Skills Training
    • Referral for Assistive Technology

     Read about WorkBC Site Accessibility

    Other support

    For People Receiving Income Assistance


    Find out about how you can receive funded skills training for up to 120 days while on Income Assistance.


    We have grooming kits and haircut vouchers to help you freshen up for work.


    Single parents on income assistance are now eligible for:

    • Funded training up to 1 year
    • Paid work experience placements
    • Childcare support during training and work placement

    Specialized services available for Aboriginals, Francophone, New Immigrants, Survivors of Violence, Youth and Mature workers.