103-565 Bernard Ave, Town Centre Mall, 2nd flr, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 8R4
t: 250.861.5627 | f: 250.861.3833 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org
A four week employment program offering unemployed, non-EI eligible adults (18+), who have limited work experience, the job skill training needed to gain rewarding employment.
The YMCA Job Options BC is a two-phase program that provides job seekers with:
- Career assessments and counseling
- Basic computer skills
- Life, employability and interpersonal skills
- Job search training and assistance
- A resume, cover letter & business card
- Work placement
Participants will receive First Aid, WorldHost, Food Safe, WHMIS and Serving It Right certifications. A training allowance will also be available to eligible participants during the classroom phase and additionally there will be opportunity to obtain a work placement.
Funding provided through the Canada-British Columbia Labour Market Agreement.
207-399 Main Street, Penticton BC V2A 5B7
t: 250-770-7873 | f: 250-770-7830 | email@example.com
Jumpstart is 12 week in-take program for youth with the opportunity to earn wages while learning the ins and outs of finding and keeping a job. Located in Penticton, BC, Jumpstart is training and support designed to develop fundamental employability and life-skills necessary to obtain and maintain lasting employment in today’s market.
Jumpstart emploi Essentials est de 12 semaines en prendre programme pour les jeunes avec la possibilité de gagner un salaire tout en apprenant les tenants et les aboutissants de trouver et conserver un emploi. Situé à Penticton, en Colombie-Britannique, Jumpstart est la formation et de soutien visant à développer l’employabilité et de la vie fondamentale des compétences nécessaires pour obtenir et conserver un emploi durable dans le marché d’aujourd’hui.
The Government of Canada has contributed funding to this initiative. Le gouvernement du Canada a contribué au financement de cette initiative.
Serving Summerland, Penticton, Princeton, Keremeos and surrounding area. Visit www.ymcaworkbc.ca for programs, services and to job search the Southern Okanagan Region.
YMCA WorkBC Employment Services Centres is funded by the Province of British Columbia and operated by the YMCA of Okanagan in partnership with seven other employment service providers throughout the South Okanagan of British Columbia. WorkBC Employment Services Centres are located across the province and offer client centered, integrated services and supports that are responsive, inclusive and accessible. The purpose of the centres is to support British Columbians in getting—and keeping—a job as quickly as possible.
Canada-BC Job Grant
British Columbia has successfully met its application targets for the Canada-BC Job Grant (CJG) for the 2015/16 fiscal year. No new grant applications are being accepted at this time.
Grants will be issued to qualifying applications already submitted on a first come, first served basis, until the fund is exhausted. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application within approximately 8 weeks of the submission date.
See the WorkBC website for more information and updates.