Employment centres across Manitoba offer a wide range of services for unemployed Manitobans and the employer community. Employment Manitoba provides information about these services available on-line.
Funding is available for eligible students in the form of loans, grants or specialized bursaries while they attend post-secondary studies. Employees registered under the Apprenticeship program can apply for funding related to their training sessions as well as for a certain amount of living costs. For those students or teachers interested in improving their French language skills, financial assistance combined with unique employment opportunities are available.
For newcomers to Manitoba there are free job-preparation programs and other services to assist you in seeking to establish yourself in a career. Visit immigratemanitoba.com to learn about these programs as well as learn about the process for getting licensed to work in a regulated profession or trade.
Provides job seekers with information such as demographics, occupational trends, wage rates, high demand skills, and many other labour market topics.
A valid Manitoba teaching certificate must be held in order to work in any of the professional education fields in Manitoba. Find out how to apply for certification, and where to apply for employment both in and out of province. Also learn about financial assistance opportunities for individuals interesting in teaching French or English outside of Manitoba.
When entering the job market you need experience to get the job, but you need a job to get experience. Dealing with this cycle can be difficult. Volunteer experience is as valuable as job experience and a viable addition to your resume.
Mb4Youth Division provides various services to facilitate student hiring with government departments and crown corporations. Referral services are offered to students and youth during the summer months.