Introduction to Employment Assistance Services Program
 
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ACCESS has four Employment Assistance Service offices located across Metro Vancouver, each strategically located to ensure accessibility for our urban Aboriginal clients. Locations include Vancouver‚ ACE Downtown East Side, East Vancouver, and Surrey‚ and all regions that have large Aboriginal populations. ACCESS Employment Assistance Service Offices include:

  • ACCESS Employment Centre
  • Aboriginal Connections to Employment
  • UNYA Native Youth Learning Centre
  • Aboriginal Training & Employment Cooperative (ATEC)

Employment Assistance Service sites are typically the first point of contact between ACCESS and our urban Aboriginal clients. Services include:

  • Resources for job search
    - Telephones
    - Computers
    - Photocopiers
    - Fax Machines
    - Job Postings
    - Resource Information
  • Employment Counselling and Career Planning
  • Recruitment and Referral
  • Funding for Skills Training and Work Gear

VPD Aboriginal Cadet Program
June 1 - August 31, 2014
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ACCESS - EAS - The Vancouver Police Department is looking for four individuals to join the Aboriginal Cadet Program for the summer of 2013. For more information:

 

 

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