Unemployed Albertans from Banff to Strathmore and Crossfield to Claresholm can get the support you need to find new jobs, access training and be successful in your job search.

Employment services directory

Find employment and training programs offered through an extensive network of community organizations, non-profit agencies, colleges, private schools, businesses and employer organizations, including:

  • short-term training and skills development
  • career counselling and academic upgrading
  • resume, cover letter and interview preparation
  • services for persons with disabilities

Calgary Employment services directory includes:

  • Academic Upgrading
  • Career and Employment Services
  • Computer Access
  • Computer Skills Training
  • Counselling and Support Services
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs
  • Immigrant Bridging
  • Immigrant Training and Employment Programs and Services
  • Occupational Skills Training
  • Persons with Disabilities
  • Pre-Employment Programs
  • Self-Employment Programs
  • Services in French
  • Temporary Employment Opportunities
  • Workplace Training
  • Youth Programs

Additional Training for Work programs are available through Alberta Labour.

Employment bulletin, career fairs and events

Learn about upcoming career fairs and events in Calgary and surrounding area every Friday in the employment bulletin.

Employment bulletin

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When attending career fairs, you should bring copies of your resume and be prepared to be interviewed on site. Learn how to prepare for an interview or develop a resume by stopping by your local Alberta Supports Centre (call 1‑877‑644‑9992 to find your closest one) or visit alis for information on careers, learning, and employment in Alberta.

Career and employment workshops

Take a workshop at no cost during the day, evening and weekends. You need intermediate written and spoken English language skills to participate in discussions and interactive exercises. Review these workshops to learn more and pre-register if you would like to attend:

Career planning workshops

Work search workshops

Work search workshops are also available at Calgary Public Library locations and the South Health Wellness Centre.

Self- Employment workshops

Information for service providers

Contracting with us

Find out about contracting opportunities and requests for proposals advertised on the Alberta Purchasing Connection electronic tendering service.

Alberta Purchasing Connection

Calgary labour market information

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Quarterly labour market reports

Learn about Calgary’s economy, housing market and labour force and see what employers in the area are saying about employment issues and recruitment and retention practices.

Calgary quarterly labour market reports

Bi-annual labour market forecasts

Get a short-term forecast twice a year for Calgary region’s economic growth, employment demand, and its occupation supply, needs and shortages.

2018 Calgary Bi-Annual Labour Market Forecast

Special reports

Get labour market insights on specific topics through information collected from employers in Calgary and area.

2017 Technological Change and Impacts on the Workforce report

2016 Business diversification report

2015 Employee Training and Development report

2014 Recruiting and Employing Persons with Disabilities report

2013 Youth Recruitment and Retention report


For information on employment services and other supports, contact the Alberta Supports Contact Centre at 1-877-644-9992, or visit your local Alberta Supports office.