Mountain & Prairies Service Partners
Our Inclusive Workforce Specialists in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba work collaboratively with Service Partners to increase the collective impact and employment outcomes of people with disabilities.
Deaf & Hear Alberta
We strongly believe that everyone deserves the ability to communicate!
Services and technology choices for Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in Alberta. This helps them be a part of society fully.
Programs and education for everyone to improve fair communication, which brings more access and opportunities.
Our dream is a society where people who can hear understand, accept, and warmly include Deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
IPSE University of Calgary
Calgary, AB, Canada
The IPSE Society of Alberta is a non-profit organization that provides individuals with developmental disabilities a university experience, and support transiting to employment. We celebrate personal gifts and passions, while addressing barriers from both a societal and an individual perspective.
Calgary, AB, Canada
MCG is a team of diverse professional career and employment consultants who through their hard work, determination and commitment to clients provide:
Career and Employment Coaching
Essential Skills Training and Development
Support with Writing Resumes and Cover Letters
Job Search Support
Labour Market Research
Occupation Specific Training
Career Exploration and Employability Skills Workshops
Career and Personality Assessments
Access to Computers, Printers and Photocopiers at our Career and Employment Centres
Resource Libraries for Career Exploration and Work Search
Job Boards and Job Fairs
Referrals to Local Community Service Providers
Training for Older Workers and Youth
Employer Support Services including: Professional Workshops; Job Fairs; Labour Market Research; Canada-Alberta Job Grant Application Support; Employment Standards Information; Free Posting of Job Ads
Neil Squire Society
Creative Employment Options helps people with disabilities prepare for, obtain and maintain employment. This unique, comprehensive and participant centered program is designed to develop the skills required to help individuals achieve their employment goals.
Job Focus is an employment service for persons with disabilities and workplace injuries. The program offers one-to-one flexible services to help individuals work towards full or part-time employment, volunteer work, or self-employment. *Offered at our Atlantic Regional Office only.
Group Employment Skills helps participants build their skills and learn how to successfully find employment. This individualized program provides both a group and one-to-one supportive learning environment. *Offered in Saskatchewan only.
Selections Career Support Services
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Selections Career Support Services is a community-based, non-profit organization dedicated to individuals with disabilities and other barriers by assisting them in finding and maintaining opportunities for employment and volunteering. Selections offers three distinct programs:
PDD (Disability Services):
This program is designed for individuals aged 18 and older who are referred to Selections. The aim is to help these individuals find supported, paid employment or volunteering opportunities. By offering support and resources, Selections strives to empower people with disabilities to be active participants in the workforce and the community.
The 4WRD program provides career planning, skill-building, job search assistance, and ongoing support to individuals aged 16 and above who face disability-related barriers to employment. This program helps participants overcome obstacles and secure sustainable employment, fostering independence and self-sufficiency.
Get Ready In Trades Program:
This initiative is specifically tailored for youth between the ages of 16 and 29 who encounter barriers to employment and are interested in pursuing a career in the trades industry. Selections provides the necessary guidance, training, and support to help these young individuals embark on a career path within the trades sector.
The Sinneave Family Foundation
Calgary, AB, Canada
Sinneave is working to improve employment outcomes for autistic youth and adults. Here you will find programs, supports, information on finding employment, and related resources that may be the right fit for your specific situation.
EmploymentWorks is a proven program that offers employment preparedness training and support, combined with job sampling and hands-on experience to autistic adults and persons with disabilities. The program is designed for individuals who want to enter or return to the workforce, and are willing to develop and practice the skills needed to support employment success. The program is currently offered in two formats: In-Person and Online.
Launch + Skills
Launch + Skills is an individualized skills coaching program designed to help autistic individuals who are ready to pursue goals in employment, education, or living independently in the community. Whether you are a teenager transitioning to adulthood, or you are already an adult, Launch + Skills was developed as an intensive program to help you learn the skills you need to achieve your goals.