Looking for work? Get help and advice at a WorkBC Centre.
Find your dream job in BC, explore a new career, get professional advice and start planning for the future by visiting one of our WorkBC Centres in Vancouver and on the North Shore.
Are you a French speaker? View our employment services information in French.
Our trained staff will help you find the services you need to start and succeed in your job search.
Free employment and career services:
- Career planning
- Job search workshops
- One to one resume and career advising
- Paid short and long term training
- Employer connections and wage subsidies
- Funding and training
- Self-employment planning
- Internet, phone, photocopying
Our FREE employment services for job seekers ages 16 to 65+ years include specialized workshops and support for immigrants, youth, Indigenous peoples, personnes francophones, persons with disabilities, survivors of violence and abuse, older workers and women returning to work after an absence.
We offer monthly workshops to help you in your career search. Click on the workshop calendar links to download your centre's calendar.
There are WorkBC Centres across Vancouver and on the North Shore:
One Stop Career Shop (Youth Employment Services Centre)
WorkBC North Shore Immigrant Satellite (NSMS)
WorkBC Centre Midtown West
Career Zone (Youth Employment Services Centre)
For youth job seekers between 16 - 30 years old
1256 Granville Street (2nd floor), Vancouver, BC V6Z 1M4
WorkBC Immigrant Satellite (PICS)
Find the WorkBC Centre in your neighbourhood at workbc.ca
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.