Services to help Albertans explore career and training options and search for jobs.
The minimum wage goes up to $15/hour on October 1.
Alberta Supports and Alberta Works Centres
Employment services are available online, via telephone and at over 50 different Alberta Supports and Alberta Works Centres located across the province.
Alberta Supports and Alberta Works Centres offer:
- job fairs
- job postings
- job search library
- job training information
- employment counselling
- computers and photocopiers for job searches
- resumé, job-interview and job-search workshops
The alis website can help you explore your career options, research education and training programs, and get help with your job search.
The Employment and Training Services Directory lists programs and services that can help workers find and keep jobs, get training and adapt to a changing labour market.
Telephone career services
Call the Alberta Supports Contact Centre
Employees facing layoffs
Employment services near you
Services are available in Edmonton, Leduc, St. Albert, Sherwood Park and Spruce Grove.
- Edmonton employment services
- Edmonton Jobs Facebook page
- Employment, Training and Career Services Directory
- Job fairs in Alberta
- BGS Career & Corporate Development workshops
- BGS brochure (PDF, 6 MB)
- Office locations
Services are available in Calgary, Airdrie, Okotoks, Canmore and Claresholm.
Services are available in Fort McMurray, Fort Chipewyan and Anzac.
Services are available in Grande Cache, Grande Prairie, High Level, High Prairie, Peace River and Slave Lake.
North Central Alberta
Services are available in Athabasca, Barrhead, Bonnyville, Calling Lake, Cold Lake, Edson, Hinton, Lac La Biche, St. Paul, Vegreville, Westlock and Whitecourt.
Services are available in Red Deer, Drayton Valley, Olds, Rocky Mountain House, Drumheller, Stettler, Wetaskiwin, Camrose, Wainwright, Vermilion and Lloydminster.
Services are available in Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Brooks, Blairmore, Pincher Creek, and Taber.
Disability related employment supports
Disability Related Employment Supports offers training and career planning for Albertans with disabilities.
Financial support for training
Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for:
Paid training and work experience
Alberta Job Corps specializes in helping Albertans who have had difficulty finding or maintaining employment.