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WorkBC Employment Services

WorkBC is the provincial government’s access point to the world of work in British Columbia. It was created with one key goal – to help all British Columbians to successfully navigate B.C.’s labour market.

WorkBC helps people find jobs, explore career options and improve their skills. We also help employers fill jobs, find the right talent and grow their businesses.

Other people who regularly use WorkBC products and services include parents, teachers, career and employment counsellors, human resources professionals, researchers and decision-makers.

In addition to a wealth of practical information, WorkBC offers:

  • comprehensive database of B.C. job postings
  • Career tools that bring occupations to life
  • A blog featuring trends, job-search tips, employment programs and more
  • An interactive map of WorkBC Employment Services Centres across the province
  • Live chat for instant help with using the website and finding information
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Women in Consulting Engineers

Women in Consulting Engineering (WCE) is a community devoted to supporting and empowering women in engineering. They are committed to increasing gender diversity and inclusion in the consulting engineering industry for present and future engineers. Their objective is to provide a community and support network for their members by hosting fun monthly socials, speaker series, mentorship mixers and outreach events. WCE is a safe space for women, those who identify as women, and men who champion women.

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British Columbia’s Prior Learning Action Network

British Columbia’s Prior Learning Action Network (BC PLAN) is a network of like-minded organizations and individuals, who have come together from across the province to charter a communication network.

BC Plan promotes increased access to post-secondary credentials and skilled employment through the informed recognition of the skills and knowledge adults bring to post-secondary institutions, to business, and to industries across the province.

This informal network includes representatives from post-secondary institutions, provincial government, sector councils, and individuals working with adult learners in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Members are excited about the potential for growth of innovative PLAR partnerships in British Columbia and about the potential for a strong provincial network to encourage and support increased activity.