Employment Assistance Service sites are typically the first point of contact between ACCESS and our urban Aboriginal clients and play an important role in recruitment and referral to ACCESS funded programs including ACCESS Trades Programs, Essential Skills For Aboriginal Futures, and Project Based Training such as the Northwest Coast Jewelry Arts Program.

For information and referral to ACCESS funded programs contact any one of our Employment Assistance Service Sites to schedule an appointment with an Employment Counsellor. Employment Counsellors will meet with you to determine your eligibility and assist you with the application process.

 

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