Manitoba Youth Job Centre: Students and youth from 12 to 29, receive free assistance matching qualified job seekers with summer employment.
The Centre also provide students and youth with important information and education on career development and employment-related skills such as labour regulations, workplace health and safety, resume preparation, interview assistance and job-search techniques.
Kiwanis Club Babysitting Course provides babysitting training twice a year in the spring and fall.
Career & Employment Youth Services offers the “Training Today’s Youth” Program for people who are struggling to find work in their field.
IRCC has all the information you need in order to know if you can work while studying in Canada.
Brandon University Career Planning and Placement provides employment counseling, and assists graduates and undergraduates to obtain permanent, summer or part-time employment.
The Brandon University Students’ Union provides a list of job postings to work on campus.
Assiniboine Community College provides a list of job postings.
Credentials you got outside Canada will need to be assessed, such as:
IRCC provides a Credential assessment process to find out the steps you need to take to start the process.
Individuals residing in Manitoba and seeking an assessment should contact one of the ACESC members listed below:
If you are planning to apply to a regulatory body to become a registered member of your profession in Manitoba, you must contact the regulatory body which oversees your profession to learn about the application process for internationally-educated and trained applicants. Some regulatory bodies conduct the entire assessment process; others refer applicants to a third-party organization to conduct a specific component(s) of the professional registration process.
There are a number resources to explore when seeking employment within the City of Brandon and surrounding area.
Some online resources are:
Westman Immigrant Services provides employment assistance, career planning, and guidance.
Career Connections Inc. (CCI) offers comprehensive vocational training services to persons with mental, psychiatric, physical, social and learning disabilities in order to find sustainable employment.
The City of Brandon has a job bank which displays career opportunities, and seasonal and term postings.
Some of Brandon's largest employers listed below are usually looking to hire new talent:
Note: In Canada you should not be asked to pay a fee in order to get a job.
Samaritan House Employment Resource Centre provides free help and services to anyone looking for new or better employment opportunities. You can access computers, training workshops, and one-on-one assistance to help improve your prospects for meaningful employment.
Start a business
The Government of Manitoba provides step by step instructions for starting a business in Manitoba.
Futurpreneur helps aspiring business owners aged 18-39 launch successful businesses across Canada. They also provide financing and mentoring for your Startup business, as well as resources and tools.
BIC, a service offered by the World Trade Centre , is an information hub for all things related to small business. All their services are free. You can access seminars, Business information, Customized Research, and Tools & Resources.
Starting a Business in Manitoba Checklist: Was designed to serve as a guide for those thinking of starting a business as well as those who have already made the decision but aren't sure where to begin.
The Government of Canada provides information about funding, training and business support programs that foster economic development in Manitoba.
BizPaL is an innovative online service that provides simplified access to information on the permits, licences, approvals, certifications, registrations and other requirements needed to establish and run a business.
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