Are you living with a learning disability or a social, physical, or mental health challenge? Do you want to successfully transit to post-secondary education or find meaningful employment?
We’re Here To Help. Our passion is to help you succeed in your future education and employment goals. We help you explore career and education options, set goals, and create a specific plan to achieve them.
North Shore Inclusive
Resources for job seekers, transitioning students, and employers on the North Shore.
Listed below are employment programs available locally to assist individuals entering the workforce through activities that raise their self-awareness, build employable skills, and encourage career exploration.
Supported Employment Programs
READY WILLING & ABLE
Do you identify as being on the autism spectrum?
Are you looking for employment in the metro Vancouver area or need some support in your post-secondary studies?
Ready Willing and Able (RWA) can help you navigate the many programs and services in the community. RWA is focused on helping you find the right community agency or service that will help you reach your goals.
Reach out to Maegan O’Neill, Navigator of Youth and Adult Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the Compass Questionnaire to get started!
Maegan O’Neill (Navigator of Youth and Adult Services)
Phone: 778.228.7683 | Email: email@example.com
NORTH SHORE CONNEXIONS
Supported Employment Program
Looking for support in navigating your path to paid employment in your community?
ConneXions job coaching will help you increase your confidence and become fully independent at your desired job.
For further information about this program, please contact Tanya Vipond at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tanya Vipond (Employment Specialist/Vocational Counsellor)
Phone: 604.875.3791 | Email: email@example.com
CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION
CMHA of North & West Vancouver
The Canadian Mental Health Association of North & West Vancouver serves the community through employment programs, supportive housing, youth recreation programs, community building peer support groups, and low or no cost counselling. We build community understanding and support for those with mental illness through advocacy, education, training, and research. Our work helps people access the community resources they need to build resilience and supports recovery from mental illness. We also work to eliminate the stigma and shame clouding mental illnesses.
NORTH SHORE DISSABILITY RESOURCE CENTRE
Get Started Today!
Work with an Employment Specialist that will support you to find customized paid employment based on your skills and interest. The employment specialist will provide on the job coaching once you have secured employment.
To get started, contact Kathy Nyoni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work BC Centres
Contact your WorkBC Centre to find out what personal supports and services you are eligible to receive. Choose from the services we provide:
personal employment planning;
group or individual workshops;
job search services;
skills enhancement services (academic upgrading & training);
customized employment and work experience placement;
Contact Email: email@example.com
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