Job fairs in Alberta

Find upcoming job and career fairs for opportunities to meet with employers, develop career skills and find employment.

April 23 to April 27, 2018 is Alberta Career Week

Airdrie

April 23, 2018

Work Search Strategies

10 am – Noon
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Identify your skills, recognize your accomplishments, research employers. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711

Bow Valley College

1 pm – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Discover all of the programs and courses available through Bow Valley College that can help you elevate your career. Space is limited. Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

April 23 - 27, 2018

Rocky View Employment Services Open House

10 am – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Rocky View Employment Services will be hosting an Open House called “Discovery Week” to engage the job seekers to learn about the resources available in their community. We will also be offering job-search and skill-building workshops and plus hosting a number of learning sessions with local community agencies.

April 24, 2018

Bow Valley College

10 am - Noon
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Discover all of the programs and courses available through Bow Valley College that can help you elevate your career. Space is limited. Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

Volunteer Airdrie

1 pm – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Learn how volunteering can help your community and your career and discover local volunteering opportunities. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

April 25, 2018

Entrepreneurship presentation by Community Futures

9 am – Noon
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Want to be your own boss? Attend this presentation to learn more about starting your own business and find out what supports are available to help you grow your business. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

Job Preparation

1 pm – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Get to know yourself, develop a resumé and cover letter, learn how to make a great first impression, and strengthen your interview skills. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

April 26, 2018

Mock Interviews

1 pm – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Practice your job-interview skills one-on-one with a career advisor. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

Rocky View Schools – adult learning

10:30 am - Noon
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Looking to expand your skills and knowledge? Discover the learning opportunities that available to adults through Rocky View Schools. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

April 27, 2018

Airdrie Public Library

1 pm – 3 pm
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Discover all the helpful programs and workshops available to you at the Airdrie Public Library, including art, technology, writing and financial literacy. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

Work Search Strategies

10 am – Noon
Rocky View Employment Services, 412-121 Main Street SW, Airdrie
Identify your skills, recognize your accomplishments, research employers. Space is limited.
Register today by calling 403-948-9711.

Athabasca

April 26, 2018

Fit for Work

1 pm – 4 pm
Athabasca Alberta Supports Centre, Duniece Centre, 4810–50 Street, Athabasca
Alberta Supports staff and community service providers will be giving short presentations to help job seekers prepare for their next job.

Barrhead

April 24, 2018

Employment and Training Opportunities

9 am – 4 pm
Barrhead Alberta Works Centre, Provincial Building, 6203–49 Street, Barrhead
Drop by the Barrhead Alberta Supports Centre and meet with employers and training providers. Employers will be advertising their positions and training providers will be promoting local training options.

Blairmore

April 25, 2018

Alis Presentation

10:30 am – 11:30 am Alberta Supports Centre, 12501-20 Avenue, Blairmore
Alis can help you plan for success no matter where you are in life. Are you wondering where to take your career or how to find a job? Is continuing education your next step? It is your path to plan. Start with alis. During this presentation we will go through the alis website so that you leave feeling comfortable navigating it on your own.

Bonnyville

April 26, 2018

Open House

10:30 am – 2 pm
Bonnyville Alberta Supports Centre, New Park Place 5201-44 Street, Bonnyville
Drop by the Bonnyville Alberta Supports Centre for some coffee and snacks and learn how Employabilities, Access Emploi and the Government of Alberta can help you succeed with employment.

Brooks

April 25, 2018

Discover Alis Workshop

10 am – 11 am
Brooks Alberta Supports Centre, 200, 600 Cassils Road East, Brooks
Alis can help you plan for success no matter where you are in life. Are you wondering where to take your career or how to find a job? Is continuing education your next step? It is your path to plan. Start with alis. During this presentation we will go through the alis website so that you leave feeling comfortable navigating it on your own.

Resume Review Workshop

1 pm – 3 pm
Brooks Alberta Supports Centre, 200, 600 Cassils Road East, Brooks
Come to this workshop to meet one on one with a Career and Employment Consultant to have your resume reviewed. You will receive expert feedback and suggestions. It is always recommended that you have your resume reviewed by a few people – the more eyes the better!

Calgary

April 23, 2018

Prep for Success: Calgary Employment Fair

10 am – 2 pm
Big Four Building, Stampede Grounds, 3 Street and 25 Avenue, SE, Calgary
Meet employers from the food services, hospitality, landscaping, retail, security, financial, health, manufacturing and agriculture sectors and hear directly from employers about job search and interview tips. Make sure to bring your resume! Talent Pool is hosting this job fair on behalf of the Government of Alberta.

April 23 - 24, 2018

Resumé Writing Workshop (2 days)

9 am – 4 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Century Park Place, 4th Floor, 855-8 Avenue SW, Calgary
Learn how to write and edit your own digital resumé and understand what employers expect in your cover letter and references. Register at www.alberta.ca/calgary-employment-services.aspx.

Interview Skills Workshop (2 days)

9 am – 4 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Century Park Place, 4th Floor, 855-8 Avenue SW, Calgary
Learn modern interview and hiring techniques, practice effective interview answers and improve your confidence and ability to communicate with employers.
Register at www.alberta.ca/calgary-employment-services.aspx.

April 24, 2018

Bilingual Job Fair

9 pm – 1 pm
Bow Valley College, South Campus 2nd floor, 345-6 Avenue SE, Calgary
Meet face to face with a wide range of employers from multiple industries including customer service, health care, government, finance, education, and more. Learn more at www.connexioncarriere.ca.

Employment Standards Info Session

10 am – Noon
Alberta Supports Centre, Fisher Park II, 6712 Fisher Street SE, Calgary
Are you curious about your rights in the workplace? Do you know what to do if you get hurt at work or how to apply for EI? Join Candace Martens, Public Legal Educator from the Workers’ Resource Centre, for answers to these questions and more.

Career Week at the Worx - John Howard: Addressing Criminal Records With Employers

11 am – 11:30 am
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a Career Week workshop to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment and network with employers. Since employers increasingly seek criminal record checks as part of the hiring process, learn how criminal records impact the job application process, and what rights there are for individuals job seeking with criminal records. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Career Week at the Worx - Bow Valley College: GED and Education for your Career Goals

11:45 am – 12:15 pm
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a Career Week workshop to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment and network with employers. Learn about upgrading your education as part of your employment search. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Career Week at the Worx - Propellus: Volunteering for your Career Goals

1 pm – 1:30 pm
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a Career Week workshop to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment and network with employers. Join Propellus for an informative session on how volunteering can play a role in your job search. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Employment Standards Info Session

1 pm – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Fisher Park II, 6712 Fisher Street SE, Calgary
Are you curious about your rights in the workplace? Do you know what to do if you get hurt at work or how to apply for EI? Join Candace Martens, Public Legal Educator from the Workers’ Resource Centre, for answers to these questions and more.

Calgary Firefighter Info Session

10 am – 11:30 am
200, 6011–1A Street SW, Calgary
Meet with recruiters from the Calgary Fire Department and learn more about this career, required qualifications and courses that can improve your chances of being hired. Learn more at www.aboriginalfutures.com Hosted by Aboriginal Futures Career & Training Centre

Resumé and Cover Letters for Youth 16-24

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
The Calgary Youth Employment Centre, 2nd Floor, 315 10 Avenue SE, Calgary
Learn how to read a job posting, so that your resume is reflective of the position that you are applying for. Learn the effective and efficient uses of a targeted resume to market relevant education, training and/or experience. Receive coaching and instruction on how to write a cover letter to complete the application package for a position.

Career Connection & Youth Link Info Booth

10 am – 1 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Lancore Centre, 1021-10 Avenue SW, Calgary
Come meet staff from Bow Valley College Career Connection and learn about no-charge career services for unemployed or underemployed adults and youth. Career Connection offers career coaching, workshops, and assistance with resumes and job search.

Calgary Drop-in Centre Employment Services Info Booth

Noon – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Westland Professional Centre, 2752 Sunridge Way NE, Calgary
Are you looking for work? The Calgary Drop-In Centre offers a three-week employment training program that helps low-income Calgarians find long-term, meaningful work. Come with your questions and learn more about employment services available through The DI.

Resumé Workshop: Get Your Resumé Past the Gatekeepers

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Nicholls Family Library, 1421-33 Street SW, Calgary
Put your best foot forward with this no-cost workshop. Boost your chances of getting your resumé noticed with tips from Joy Cohen, author and career counsellor.

Career Week at the Worx - Resume Best Practices

9 am – 11 am
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915 - 33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a Career Week workshop to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment and network with employers. Learn how to create an effective resume that gets interviews. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Career Week at the Worx - Resumé Critique

1:45 pm – 4 pm
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx will be hosting a Resumé Critique to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment through workshops, learning about community resources, and networking with employers! In this workshop, bring your resume and get feedback from our employment team! Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403- 272-2822.

April 25, 2018

Career Week at the Worx - Interview Preparation

9 am – 11 am
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915 33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a number of events during Alberta Career Week to help people with disabilities conduct an effective job search. In this workshop, learn how to answer interview questions the right way. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Bredin CareerLink Information Booth

9 am – Noon
Alberta Supports Centre, One Executive Place, 1816 Crowchild Trail NW, Calgary
Looking for a job? Drop by the Bredin Centre for Learning’s information booth and learn more about CareerLink, a program that helps unemployment and underemployed Albertans improve their work search skills and achieve their employment goals. CareerLink offers a variety of skill-building workshops, employment readiness supports, recruiter and job matching services, one-to-one career coaching, and computers and resource library materials.

Employment Info Session for Newcomer Professionals

10 am – Noon
Alberta Supports Centre, Fisher Park II, 6712 Fisher Street SE, Calgary
Are you an internationally educated professional looking for a job? Bow Valley College and Directions for Immigrants are hosting this information session for job seekers who is internationally educated and who need help with their job search and/or accreditation in Canada.

Career Week at the Worx - Walk-In Closet: Getting dressed for success

11 am – Noon
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a number of events during Alberta Career Week to help people with disabilities conduct an effective job search. In this workshop, learn about how dressing for success can boost your career potential. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Career Services for Mature Job Seekers: Options 45

Noon – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Westland Professional Centre, 2752 Sunridge Way NE, Calgary
Are you a mature job seeker? Options 45 is a weekly drop-in program offered at the Kerby Centre that can help you build your confidence, improve your job search, and transition to employment or self-employment. The program runs weekly on Tuesdays and features guest speakers, skill-building workshops, and hiring events.

Job Searching for Youth 16-24

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
The Calgary Youth Employment Centre, 2nd Floor, 315-10 Avenue SE, Calgary
Discover how to maximize job search by exploring various job search methods, how to use those methods most effectively, the importance of networking, accessing the hidden job market, and how to make professional cold calls.

Discover the Hub with Employer Q&A Session

1 pm – 3 pm
Calgary Career Hub, #130-75 Crowfoot Rise NW, Calgary
Discover Calgary Career Hub! Attend an open house and learn how Calgary Career Hub can help you develop the skills to achieve your employment goals. Speak with former participants about the benefits of using Calgary Career Hub’s no cost employment service and join us for an interactive Q&A session with local employers. Hosted by WCG Services/Calgary Career Hub

Transferable Competencies for Oil and Gas Professionals: Next Steps

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
ReSource YYC Amphitheatre. 125-9 Avenue SE, Calgary
Learn more about GoldMind, a Canada West Foundation research project which is helping unemployed oil & gas professionals connect with employers in other sectors and find out how you can be a part of the project. Project partners include: Global Talent Utility, Griffiths-Sheppard Consulting, DataAngel, Vametric, SAIT, MRU, and ResourceYYC. Project funded by the Government of Alberta and Canada.
Register through EventBrite at https://bit.ly/2IHH7fZ

Starbucks hiring event for newcomers

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Centre for Newcomers, 1010, 999-36 Street NE Calgary
If you landed in Canada on refugee status, are comfortable in customer-facing positions, and you are able to communicate in English (CLB 6), come to apply for barista positions open at various Starbucks Places. Meet hiring representatives from Starbucks and get ready for a one-on-one screening interview. Learn more about the job description and opportunities at www.starbucks.com/careers.
For Registration and more information, email b.shukairat@centrefornewcomers.ca. Hosted by the Centre for Newcomers in partnership with Starbucks and other participating immigrant-serving agencies in Calgary.

Career Week at the Worx – Practice Interviews

2 pm - 4 pm
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915 33rd Street NE, Calgary
The Worx is hosting a number of events in their fully accessible Employment Resource Centres during Alberta Career Week to help people with disabilities conduct an effective job search. In this workshop, bring your resumé and a job posting. We’ll interview you and provide feedback. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Degrees of Connections: Effective Networking

2 pm – 4 pm
Manpower, 3rd Floor, #345, 734-7th Avenue SW, Calgary
Are You Looking For Work? Join us for this fun and interactive free workshop and learn key tips and strategies to effectively leverage your relationships and tap into the “hidden” job market. Space is Limited! Register on Eventbrite: https://degreesofconnections.eventbrite.ca. Hosted by Manpower Services - Career Leap and Opportunities Knock Career Services programs.

Prep for Success – What Employers Want!

3 pm – 4:30 pm
Calgary Public Library – John Dutton Theatre, 616 Macleod Trail SE,
Learn what employers want and practice your networking! Our employer panel features panelists from a variety of industries, all on hand to respond to your questions about the labour market and offering insights into “what it takes to stand out” as a candidate of choice when searching for work. A networking event will follow the panel discussion to give you the opportunity to chat to our panelists and other job seekers about what it takes to get noticed!

Career Basics Workshop: Interview Skills

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Quarry Park Library, 108 Quarry Park Road SE, Calgary
Do interviews make you nervous? Getting interviews but not job offers? Attend this no-cost workshop to learn how to answer the tough questions with confidence! The workshop is hosted in partnership with Bow Valley College.

April 26, 2018

Career Week at the Worx – ATB Company Connector

10 am – Noon
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
Network with employers who are inclusive of people with disabilities! Learn about the financial industry, available jobs, and what employers like ATB are looking for in ideal candidates. Registrants can also book brief one-to-one meetings with ATB recruiters. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Calgary Career Hub Information Booth

10 am - 1 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Lancore Centre, 1021-10 Avenue SW, Calgary
Drop by and learn more about how Calgary Career Hub’s job placement services can help you find work quickly. Whether you are looking for your first job, have worked in the same industry for the last 15 years, or are anywhere in between, WCG has the resources, training and support needed to find and maintain employment in Calgary, all at no cost to you.

McBride Career and Employment Centre Information Booth

10 am - 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Fisher Park II, 6712 Fisher Street SE, Calgary
Drop by to meet the staff at McBride’s Calgary Career and Employment Centre. The Centre provides no-cost career and employment services to Albertans 18+. Learn more about the Centre’s services, including resume support, assistance with cover letters and on-line job applications, career counseling, resource library and job listings, business centre resources, and Career Café and Job Club events.

Career Week at the Worx – Employer Panel and Networking

1 pm – 3 pm
The Worx, Franklin Office, 915-33rd Street NE, Calgary
Network with employers who are inclusive of people with disabilities! Hear from a panel of inclusive employers. Learn what makes a good resume, interview, and how to stand out from the crowd. Participants will get the chance to speed network with employers in small groups.
Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Interview Preparation for Youth 16-24

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
The Calgary Youth Employment Centre, 2nd Floor, 315-10 Avenue S.E., Calgary
Learn about all aspects of preparing for interviews including: completing research on the company and industry, making a strong first impression, marketing your relevant education/training, experience and skills, preparing to answer frequently asked and behavioural interview questions and following up after the interview. Mock interviews will help you gain confidence, experience and success in an interview situation.

April 26 - 27, 2018

Entrepreneurial Exploration Workshop (2 days)

9 am – 4 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, Century Park Place, 4th Floor, 855-8 Avenue SW, Calgary
Wondering if self-employment is the right fit for you? Interested in discovering the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs? Attend this no-cost workshop to assess and your entrepreneurial skills and research your industry, competition and potential customers.

April 27, 2018

Career Week at the Worx – Practice Interviews with Loblaws

10 am – Noon
The Worx, Downtown Office, #130, 910-7 Avenue SW, Calgary
Come hear what Loblaws is looking for in resumes and how to prepare for interviews. Bring your resume so you can get direct feedback from professionals! Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

Career Week at the Worx – Barbara Mitchell Centre: 5 Loaves 2 Fish and Computer Programs

1 pm – 1:45 pm
The Worx, Downtown Office, #130, 910-7 Avenue SW, Calgary
The Worx will be hosting a Career Week to support job seekers with disabilities prepare for employment through workshops, learning about community resources, and networking with employers! Come learn about computer programs available at the Barbara Mitchell Family Resource Centre. Space is limited so register in advance by calling 403-272-2822.

University of Calgary Information Session

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Centre for Newcomers, 1010, 999-36 Street NE, Calgary
Learn about relevant post-secondary education programs and courses at the University of Calgary that will help you reach your employment goals. Get connected with the University’s Liaison Advisor who can answer your questions and connect you with the right contacts at the U of C. For registration and more information, email v.stikic@centrefornewcomers.ca.

Camrose

April 27, 2018

Elevate Your Career presentations

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Camrose Alberta Works Centre. 3rd Floor Gemini Centre, 6708-48 Avenue, Camrose
Career and Employment Consultants will be giving three, 20-minute presentations about employment programs that can help you elevate your career. Staff from AISH, Income Support, Disabilities, and Labour will also be available to answer your questions and access career resources.

Canmore

April 24, 2018

Interview Skills Workshop

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Job Resource Centre, 710-10th Street, Canmore
Polish your interview skills at this free, interactive workshop. Learn practical, confidence-building tips and tricks.
To register or learn more, call 403-678-6601 or contact canmore@jobresourcecentre.com.

April 26, 2018

Alberta Human Rights in the Workplace

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Provincial Building, main floor, 800 Railway Avenue, Canmore
Learn the basics of Human Rights in the workplace, including an employer’s duty to accommodate and harassment prevention strategies.
To register or learn more, call 403-678-6601 or contact reinira@jobresourcecentre.com. Hosted by the Job Resource Centre in partnership with the Alberta Human Rights Commission

Cochrane

April 24, 2018

HR “Insights” Workshop

10 am – 11 am
2nd Floor, 105 First Street W, Unit 203 B, Cochrane
Rocky View Employment Services will be hosting an HR-focused workshop to help job seekers understand employer needs and hiring processes so they can strengthen their job-search skills. A Human Resources professional will lead this Q&A session and cover what hiring managers are really looking for, the importance of cover letters, and how applicant tracking systems work.
Register by calling: 403-709-0010.

April 26, 2018

HR “Insights” Workshop

2 pm – 3 pm
2nd Floor, 105 First Street W, Unit 203 B, Cochrane
Rocky View Employment Services will be hosting an HR-focused workshop to help job seekers understand employer needs and hiring processes so they can strengthen their job-search skills. A Human Resources professional will lead this Q&A session and cover what hiring managers are really looking for, the importance of cover letters, and how applicant tracking systems work.
Register by calling: 403-709-0010.

Cold Lake

April 23, 2018

Open House

8:15 am – 4:30 pm
Cold Lake Alberta Supports Centre, 408 Tri City Mall, 6501B–51 Street, Cold Lake
Lakeland Employment Services and Employabilities North will be on site to provide information about their services and to help with resumes/cover letters.

Utilizing Social Media to Find Jobs and Promote Yourself

10 am – 11 am
Cold Lake Alberta Supports Centre, 408 Tri City Mall, 6501B–51 Street, Cold Lake
Lakeland Employment Services will be providing information on effectively using Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to find jobs and market yourself to potential employers.

Navigating Alis

2 pm – 3 pm
Cold Lake Alberta Supports Centre, 408 Tri City Mall, 6501B–51 Street, Cold Lake
Employabilities North will be providing hands on tips for navigating alis. Alis is an award winning site that has access to post-secondary information, employment resources, career research and many other tools.

April 25, 2018

Budgeting

9 am – Noon
Cold Lake Alberta Supports Centre, 408 Tri City Mall, 6501B–51 Street, Cold Lake
Facilitators will cover the basics of developing a budget to make money stretch further and also provide tips on speaking with creditors.

Mock Interviews

10 am – 11 am
Cold Lake Alberta Supports Centre, 408 Tri City Mall, 6501B–51 Street, Cold Lake
Facilitators will conduct mock interviews and discuss responses for those difficult interview questions.

Drayton Valley

April 25, 2018

Elevate Your Career – Training and Education Programs

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Drayton Valley Alberta Works Centre, 2nd Floor Provincial Building 5136-51 Avenue, Drayton Valley
Discover career training and education programs that are offered in the Drayton Valley area and get help with your job search. NorQuest College, Drayton Valley & District Community Learning Association, Career Assistance Network, Rupertsland Institute, Service Canada and Key Employment Services will be there.

Drumheller

April 25, 2018

Connecting You

10 am – 3 pm
Drumheller Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor Riverside Centre, 180 Riverside Drive East, Drumheller
Need help landing that job? Learn more about the free career planning and job search workshops available from MH Enterprises and the Hanna Learning Centre.

Edmonton

April 19, 2018

Resumé, Set, Go! Job Search Boot Camp

1 pm – 3:30 pm
McCrae Room, 2nd Floor, City Centre Alberta Supports Centre, 10242-105 Street, NW, Edmonton
Make the most of your next job fair. Get your resumé reviewed, learn how to make a great first impression, find out what employers want, learn how to network your way into your next job, learn ways you can improve your job search strategies and more.

April 23, 2018

Work it - Career and Job Fair

10 am – 3 pm
Northgate Mall, 9499-137 Avenue, NW, Edmonton
Up to 40 Employers and Training Providers will be at the Work it - Career and Employment Job Fair to provide information on jobs, plus interview and resumé tips. Bring your resumé, meet employers, apply for jobs and find work.

April 23 - 27, 2018

WHMIS – free online course

9 am – 11 am and 1 pm – 3 pm
On Site Placement, # 200, 10025-106 Street, NW, Edmonton
The primary objective of this course is to provide participants with the skills necessary to access and apply the information needed to protect their health and safety when working with, or in proximity to, WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) controlled products.
To register: Tracy at 780-488-8122 ext:122 or tracys@osp.ab.ca

April 24, 2018

Volunteer Session

1 pm – 3:30 pm
Meadowlark/West Edmonton Alberta Supports Centre, 120 Meadowlark Shopping Centre, 15710-87 Avenue, NW, Edmonton
Learn what volunteering is, where to start, what opportunities will assist you with your job search, networking, reference potential, resume enhancement, and more! Habitat for Humanity, the Boys and Girls Club Edmonton, and the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations will be on-site to speak with you about volunteer opportunities.

Using Social Media for your Job Search

9 am – noon
Argyll Alberta Supports Centre, 6325 Gateway Boulevard, NW, Edmonton
Find out how you can maximize your job search using social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Learn how to set up and manage your social media profile, and discover how to conduct successful online job searches. BGS Enterprises will be presenting.

April 25, 2018

Managing Anxiety and Depression in the Workplace

1 pm – 3 pm
On Site Placement, #200, 10025-106 Street, NW, Edmonton
Learn to identify stress in the workplace that can lead to anxiety and depression. You will also learn valuable skills that can help you better cope with stress.
To register: Contact Marian at 780-488-8122 ext:121, or email: msaunderson@osp.ab.ca

Careers In Demand! Retail

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Argyll Alberta Supports Centre, 6325 Gateway Boulevard, NW, Edmonton
Looking for specific information on different industries? Learn what employers look for when they are hiring, and what opportunities for advancement are available. Listen to Industry Experts who will inform you about the benefits of joining their sector.

April 26, 2018

Careers In Demand! Automation

10 am – noon
McCrae Room, 2nd Floor, City Centre, Alberta Supports Centre, 10242-105 Street, NW, Edmonton
Automation affects our work today. Learn what employers look for when they are hiring, and what opportunities are available. Listen to Industry Experts who will inform you about the benefits of keeping your skills in demand.

Resumé, Set, Go! Job search boot camp

1 pm – 3:30 pm
Meadowlark/West Edmonton Alberta Supports Centre, 120 Meadowlark Shopping Centre, 15710-87 Avenue, NW, Edmonton
Make the most of your next job fair. Get your resumé reviewed, learn how to make a great first impression, find out what employers want, learn how to network your way into your next job, learn ways you can improve your job search strategies, and more.

Advancing Futures Bursary Open House

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
3rd Floor, 9940-106 Street, NW, Edmonton
If you are between 18 and 24 years old and were a youth in government care, drop by to learn more about applying for this post-secondary bursary. June 1st is the deadline to apply to start school for the Fall 2018. To learn more about the Advancing Futures Bursary, visit advancingfutures.gov.ab.ca or call 780-415-0085.

April 27, 2018

Careers in Demand! Transportation

10 am – noon
Northgate Mall, 9499-137 Avenue, NW, Edmonton
Looking for specific information on the Transportation industry? Learn what employers look for when they are hiring, and what opportunities for advancement are available. Come listen to Industry Experts who will inform you about the benefits of joining their sector.

Volunteer Session

10 am – noon
Westcor Building, #200-12323 Stony Plain Rd, NW, Edmonton
Learn what volunteering is, where to start and what opportunities will assist you with your job search, networking, reference potential, resume enhancement and more! The Edmonton Food Bank will be onsite to talk to you about volunteer opportunities. Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations will be presenting.

Edson

April 24, 2018

Customer Service Workshop

9 am -11 am OR 1 pm - 3 pm
Edson Alberta Supports Centre, Provincial Building, 111–54 Street, Edson
Grande Prairie Regional College will be providing a free workshop on customer service.

Resumé Reviews

10 am - 4:30 pm
Edson Alberta Supports Centre, Provincial Building, 111–54 Street, Edson
Staff from Alberta Supports & Kopar will be available to review resumes and provide feedback.

Alberta Supports Centre Open House

11 am to 4 pm
Edson Alberta Supports Centre, Provincial Building, 111–54 Street, Edson
Visit the Alberta Supports Centre to meet our staff and learn about the variety of programs and supports available to Albertans.

Fort McMurray

April 23, 2018

Get Your resume in shape and impress employers!

10 am – 11.30 am
Alberta Works Centre, 9915 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray
Come to this interactive workshop to learn more about how to:
- Highlight your skills and experience
- Choose the right format
- Make your resume stand out

Marketing Yourself

1:30 am – 2:30pm
Multipurpose room, 9915 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray
Learn how to effectively market yourself and perfect your elevator pitch for interviews and job fairs.

April 24, 2018

Education and Career Planning Fair

11 am – 2 pm
Alberta Works Centre. 9915 Franklin Avenue Fort McMurray.
Do you want to elevate your career by enhancing your skills? Are you planning or entering the training or an upgrading program? Is financing your barrier to reach your career goal? This three hours Education and Career Planning Fair that will take you to the next level of your career planning features: Keyano College, Apprenticeship, Careers Next Generation, YMCA-Bridging the Gap program, Alberta Works, Women Building Futures, BMO, RBC, Community Futures. You need to attend!!!

April 25, 2018

Job Fair

11 am – 3 pm
Multipurpose Room/Alberta Works Centre, 9915 Franklin Avenue Fort McMurray
Do you have the tools to market yourself to possible employers, A current and complete list of your skills, education, training, work and volunteer experience, a good resume and personal brand, Strong references, and a professional Pitch so employers will see your strengths and what you can offer? You need to attend this job fair that presents: Coverall, Taws, Envirosystems, Rotary Links Golf and many others.

April 27, 2018

AHS Heart Math-Mental Health Promotion & Illness Prevention

1 pm – 4.30 pm
9915 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray
Good Health enhances your ability to elevate your career goal and keep your job!! The HeartMart system of breathing techniques and heart rate variability tool that can help you manage life’s challenges and improve overall health, emotional wellness and resilience. You need to attend!!

Fox Creek

April 25, 2018

Resumé Workshop

1 pm – 3:30 pm
Fox Creek, Place TBD
Put your best foot forward with a professional-looking resumé. Build, improve or update your resumé at this session.

Grande Prairie

April 24, 2018

Academic Upgrading and GED presentation by GPRC

10:30 am – 11:30 am
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Learn more about upgrading your education and skills so you can find a job or get a better job from Grande Prairie Regional College. Learn about placement tests; the application process; Grade 12 equivalency; pre-requisites for college programs, and more.

GPRC Presentation by a GPRC Math Instructor

1 pm – 2 pm
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Learn the role of the instructor and how the instructor manages the semester to help students succeed.

April 25, 2018

Getting Ready for Work presentation by Alberta Supports

1 pm – 2:30 pm
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Information on developing your marketing tools to find a job: resumé, cover, letter, job search, references, and more.

April 26, 2018

Budgeting Basics presentation by Money Mentors

9 am - Noon
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Learn how to develop a budget for your household that can help you reduce your stress and lead you toward your financial goals.

April 26, 2018

Employment Tips from Home Depot

10 am – 11 am
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Get job and employment tips from an employer. Learn how Home Depot’s hiring process and how they strive to be an inclusive employer.

April 27, 2018

Wired 2 Hired presentation

10 am – Noon
Grande Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, Kleskan Room, 100 Towne Centre Mall, 9845-99 Avenue, Grande Prairie
Learn more about these helpful career and employment workshops and find out how you can put them to work for you: Resumé Writing, Computer Skills, Interview Skills, Communication, Career Planning, Personal Development and Empowerment and more!

High Level

April 23, 2018

Resumé Workshop

9 am
High Level Alberta Supports Centre, 10106-100 Avenue
Learn to build a resumé that employers are sure to look at. Learn how to showcase your skills and knowledge and learn what employers want to see.

April 24, 2018

Job Explorers #1

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
High Level Alberta Supports Centre, 10106-100 Avenue
Work on your resumé, job search, networking, and interview preparation.

April 25, 2018

Self-Marketing Workshop

1 pm – 3:30 pm
High Level Alberta Supports Centre, 10106-100 Avenue
Learn how to market your skills that employers want.

April 26, 2018

High Level Job Fair

1 pm – 4 pm
High Level Alberta Supports Centre, 10106-100 Avenue
Bring your resumé and come dressed to impress the employers.

April 27, 2018

Job Explorers #2

9 am – 11 am
High Level Alberta Supports Centre, 10106-100 Avenue
Work on your resumé, job search, networking, and interview preparation.

High Prairie

April 26, 2018

High Prairie Open House – Alberta Supports Centre

8:30 am – 4:30 pm
High Prairie Alberta Supports Centre, 5226–53 Avenue
Check out the renovated High Prairie Alberta Supports Centre. Meet the staff and work on your career goals.

April 27, 2018

Budgeting Workshop – Stretch your dollars

9 am - Noon
High Prairie Children’s Centre, 4709–51 Avenue, High Prairie
Everyone in High Prairie and Big Lakes County is welcome to attend this Community Kitchens Workshop.

High River

April 23, 2018

Looking Beyond: An evening with Alvin Law

5 pm – 8:30 pm
Highwood Golf Course & Country Club, 400-7Street NW, High River, AB
“While we may not get to choose the life we get, we do get to choose the way we live it!” Alvin Law is one of the most admirable, sought-after inspirational speakers in Canada. He will reveal how having a positive attitude changes your outlook both personally and professionally. Businesses/Employers will learn about the possible vs the Impossible.
Employees will learn about the possibility and how attitude makes for change and that possibility. Hosted by Foothills SNAPS. Tickets: $20.00 per person. Buy your tickets by April 16th at: Foothills SNAPS, High River Chamber of Commerce, Okotoks Chamber of Commerce

April 23 - 27, 2018

CoWorking Takeover Week – A Rural Purpose Pilot

9 am – 4 pm
123-4th Avenue SW, High River
Coworking is a unique model that provides entrepreneurs, contractors, remote workers, and aspiring dream-chasers a space to gather and work. The High River Team is looking to learn how this model might work in High River and are looking to partner with interested businesses that may have an under-utilized space. We are looking for entrepreneurs, commuter, or remote worker to meet and collaborate with like-minded movers and shakers living Rural On Purpose! Hosted by Foothills SNAPS

Hinton

April 25, 2018

Resumé Reviews

8:15 am – Noon and 1 pm – 3:30 pm
Hinton Alberta Supports Centre, 568 Carmichael Lane, Hinton
Staff from Alberta Supports & Hinton Employment & Learning Place will be available to review resumes and provide feedback.

Customer Service Workshops

9 am - 11 am
1 pm – 3 pm
Hinton Alberta Supports Centre, 568 Carmichael Lane, Hinton
Grande Prairie Regional College is providing two, two-hour workshops on customer service.

April 26, 2018

Customer Service Excellence

9 am – 4 pm
Grande Prairie Regional College Hinton Campus
Klay Dyer from Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC) will be providing a workshop on customer service excellence.
To register, contact GPRC at 780-865-7666.

Jasper

April 24, 2018

Job Fair

11 am – 2 pm
Jasper Employment & Education Centre, 631 Patricia Street, Jasper
Employers and Community Agencies will be on site to promote employment and volunteer opportunities. Staff from Alberta Supports and Jasper Employment & Education Centre will also be available to review resumes and provide feedback.

Lac La Biche

April 23, 2018

Wellness 101

10 am – 3 pm
Lac La Biche Alberta Supports Centre, 9503 Beaverhill Road, Provincial Building, Lac La Biche
Take a holistic approach to employment success with Wellness 101. Presentations will be provided by EmployAbilities, Alberta Health Services-Addiction Services, LLB Native Friendship Centre, WJS, Hope Haven, Victim Services with Dragonfly and Native Counselling Services.

April 24, 2018

Education and Business Opportunities Day

10 am – 2:30 pm
Lac La Biche Alberta Supports Centre, 9503 Beaverhill Road, Provincial Building, Lac La Biche
Employabilities, Service Canada, Chamber of Commerce, and Portage College will be providing presentations on employment and training.

April 25, 2018

Mini Job Fair and Employer Presentations

10 am – 2 pm
Lac La Biche Alberta Supports Centre, 9503 Beaverhill Road, Provincial Building, Lac La Biche
Bring your resume and speak to local employers who are hiring. Employers will also be presenting information on how to be a successful employee.

Lethbridge

April 23, 2018

Employment Workshop

10 am – Noon
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
This workshop is intended to help persons with barriers to full time employment prepare for, obtain and maintain employment.

Alis Presentation

2 pm – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Alis can help you plan for success no matter where you are in life. Are you wondering where to take your career or how to find a job? Is continuing education your next step? It is your path to plan. Start with alis. During this presentation we will go through the alis website so that you leave feeling comfortable navigating it on your own.

April 24, 2018

Volunteer Lethbridge Presentation

9 am – 10:30 am
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Are you interested in volunteering but don’t know where to start? Come to this event for an interactive presentation from Volunteer Lethbridge where you will learn about the benefits of volunteering and how to get started.

Lethbridge Library Presentation

10:45 am – 11:45 am
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Learn about all of the services available at the Lethbridge Library that you probably did not know about before! We promise that you will be surprised.

April 25, 2018

Resume Review Workshop

9 am – 11 am
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Come to this workshop to meet one on one with a Career and Employment Consultant to have your resume reviewed. You will receive expert feedback and suggestions. It is always recommended that you have your resume reviewed by a few people – the more eyes the better!

Job Fair Preparation Presentation

2 pm – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Do you find job fairs intimidating? What is the proper etiquette? What are the Do’s and Don’ts? We will go over all of this with you so that you are as prepared as possible for the next job fair that you attend.

April 26, 2018

Opportunity Knocks Job & Career Fair

11 am – 6 pm
Lethbridge Lodge Hotel, 320 Scenic Dr S, Lethbridge
Attend this job and career fair to meet with employers in person and hand out your resume. This is a perfect opportunity for you to apply for several jobs at once and meet employers face to face. Make sure to bring a lot of resumes!

April 27, 2018

Advancing Futures Bursary Information Session

9 am – 11 am
Alberta Supports Centre, 200-5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
This information session will be for workers with the Government of Alberta and some outside partners working with at risk youth. This bursary is for anyone between the age of 18 and 24 who was a youth in government care. Attend this session to learn more about how you could help someone apply for this post-secondary bursary. To learn more about the Advancing Futures Bursary, visit advancingfutures.gov.ab.ca or call 780-415-0085.

Alberta Supports Information Session

2 pm – 3 pm
Alberta Supports Centre, 200 5th Avenue South, Lethbridge
Have you heard of Alberta Supports but are not sure exactly what it is or how Alberta Supports might be able to help you? Alberta Supports can help you access more than 30 programs and 120 community services. Attend this session to learn all about what Alberta Supports has to offer.

Lloydminster

April 24, 2018

Employment Services Providers Presentation

9 am – 11 am
Lloydminster Alberta Supports Centre, 5124-50 Street, Lloydminster
Three employment service providers will be available to provide information about their programs, including:
9 am Acces Emploi – Workability
10 am Lakeland College - Employment Skills Enhancement program
10:30 am 3A Academy - New Futures and other programs

Medicine Hat

April 23, 2018

Discover Alis Workshop

9:30 am – 10:30 am
Room 1A/1B Provincial Building 346-3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat
Alis can help you plan for success no matter where you are in life. Are you wondering where to take your career or how to find a job? Is continuing education your next step? It is your path to plan. Start with alis. During this presentation we will go through the alis website so that you leave feeling comfortable navigating it on your own.

Resume Review Workshop

2 pm – 4 pm
Room 1A/1B Provincial Building 346-3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat
Come to this workshop to meet one on one with a Career and Employment Consultant to have your resume reviewed. You will receive expert feedback and suggestions. It is always recommended that you have your resume reviewed by a few people – the more eyes the better!

April 24, 2018

Trades and Technology Expo

9 am – 3:30 pm
Medicine Hat College, 299 College Drive SE, Medicine Hat
The Alberta Works Careers In Motion mobile career centre (RV) will be at the Trades and Technology Expo and Regional Skills Canada Competition where students will be competing in nine different trade skills in hopes of qualifying for national and international competition.

April 26, 2018

Job Fair

10 am – 1 pm
Room 1A/1B Provincial Building 346-3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat
Alberta Supports Employment Hub is hosting a job fair featuring various employers from the Medicine Hat area.

April 27, 2018

Resource Presentations for Career Planning and Job Seekers

9 am – 11 am
Room 1A/1B Provincial Building 346-3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat
Join us for presentations regarding resources in Medicine Hat to enhance your career planning and work search.

Advancing Futures Bursary Information Session

9 am – 11 am
Room 2A Provincial Building 346-3rd St SE, Medicine Hat
This information session will be for workers with the Government of Alberta and some outside partners working with at risk youth. This bursary is for anyone between the age of 18 and 24 who was a youth in government care. Attend this session to learn more about how you could help someone apply for this post-secondary bursary. To learn more about the Advancing Futures Bursary, visit advancingfutures.gov.ab.ca or call 780-415-0085.

Okotoks

April 26, 2018

Open House in the Foothills

1 pm – 4:30 pm
MCG/McBride Career Group, 87 Elizabeth Street, Okotoks
Discover the career and employment services available to you in Okotoks, including onsite career career coaches, resumé critiques, the Experience Counts and ReBrand programs, job-search and career-planning information, computer skills tutoring and refreshments. Hosted by the Okotoks MCG/McBride Career Group Career and Employment Centre

Olds

April 25, 2018

Impact of Cannabis Production in Olds

10 am – 11 am
Olds Alberta Works Centre, Ralph Klein Centre, 4500-50th Street, Olds
Three to four new cannabis production facilities and other businesses are in the works for community of Olds and the mayor will discuss with service providers the progress, the potential job market and the overall effects on the community.

Peace River

April 24, 2018

Toastmasters—Lessons for job interviews

10 am - Noon
Peace River Alberta Supports Centre, 9715–100 Street, Peace River
Learn about self-awareness and self-presentation as they relate to job interviews and practice what you learn through mock interviews.

April 25, 2018

Northern Lakes College Open House

11:30 am – 1 pm
Northern Lakes College, 8106-99 Avenue, Peace River
Explore the variety of career and educational opportunities available through Northern Lakes College. Career and Employment Consultants will be available to answer your questions.

What Employers Want

1 pm – 4 pm
Peace River Alberta Supports Centre, 9715–100 Street, Peace River
Meet local business owners and members of industry to hear about the transferrable skills and job attitude they like to see. Get insights into job postings and find out which valuable skills you should be highlighting to employers.

April 26, 2018

Job Club

10 am - Noon
Peace River Alberta Supports Centre, 9715–100 Street, Peace River
Discover all of the job-search resources available in the Alberta Supports Centre and work on you resumé, job search and networking skills with help from a Career and Employment Consultant.

Pincher Creek

April 25, 2018

Alis Presentation

10:30 am – 11:30 am
Alberta Supports Centre, 160 782 Main Street, Pincher Creek
Alis can help you plan for success no matter where you are in life. Are you wondering where to take your career or how to find a job? Is continuing education your next step? It is your path to plan. Start with alis. During this presentation we will go through the alis website so that you leave feeling comfortable navigating it on your own.

Red Deer

April 23, 2018

Employment 2018

10 am – 11:30 am
Red Deer Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor First Red Deer Place, 4911-51st Street, Red Deer
Looking for work in 2018? Learn how to use your cover letter and resumé, where to look for job openings, and some common mistakes job seekers make.

Resumé Reviews and Job Search Tips

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Red Deer Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor First Red Deer Place, 4911-51st Street, Red Deer
Have your resume reviewed by a Career and Employment Consultant and get tips to help you with your job search.

April 24, 2018

Employment Services Providers Fair

1 pm – 3 pm
Red Deer Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor First Red Deer Place, 4911 51st Street, Red Deer Details: Local employment services providers will give short presentations on employment tips and answer questions,including:
- Career Assistance Network - Resume Trends
- Academic Express - Dos and Don’ts of Social Media
- Bredin Centre for Learning
- McBride Career Group
- Employment Placement & Support Service

April 25, 2018

Red Deer Job Fair

9:30 am - 4 pm
Red Deer Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor First Red Deer Place, 4911 51st Street, Red Deer
Bring your resumé and come dressed to impress the employers who will be recruiting new staff.

April 26, 2018

Central Alberta CAREERexpo

9 am – 3 pm
Red Deer College, 100 College Blvd., Red Deer
Thousands of students and career explorers are expected to attend the annual CAREERexpo organized by CAREERS: The Next Generation. CAREERexpo features dozens of interactive career displays, which let students try their hand at different career skills and learn more about the careers.

April 27, 2018

Human Resources Panel

11 am - Noon
Red Deer Alberta Supports Centre, 2nd Floor First Red Deer Place, 4911-51st Street, Red Deer
Human Resource Consultants from the Government of Alberta along with private employers will present tips on how to get an interview, preparing for an interview, common mistakes, and next steps.

Rocky Mountain House

April 24, 2018

Networking information presentation

10 am - Noon
Rocky Mountain House Alberta Supports Centre, 4919-51 Street, Rocky Mountain House
A Career and Employment Consultant will be presenting on networking for business. Career Assistance Network and Key Employment Services will be presenting on networking to grow your career.

St. Paul

April 24, 2018

Above and Beyond: Employer Expectations & Customer Service

1 pm – 3 pm
St. Paul Alberta Supports Office 5025-49 Avenue, St. Paul
Join us for a workshop that will increase your understanding of employers’ expectations and also enhance your customer service skills. This invaluable training which includes a certificate upon completion is an excellent addition to any resume.

April 26, 2018

Employee Attraction and Retention Network: Emotivational Selling

7:30 am – 10:30 am
Canalta Hotel, 5008-43 Street, St. Paul
Welcome all Employers to join guest speaker – Tom Halapatz for a workshop that will increase your knowledge of creating and maintaining meaningful relationships with long term customers.
To register, please contact the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce at 780-645-5820.

Stettler

April 24, 2018

Resumé Workshop with MH Enterprises

9 am - Noon
Stettler Alberta Works Centre, 4835-50 Street, Stettler
Career and Employment Consultants will be available to review your resumé and provide suggestions to make you stand out to an employer.

Vegreville

April 24, 2018

Employers Corner

8:30 am – 9:30 am
Vegreville Alberta Supports Centre, Haverhill Building, 5121-49 Street, Vegreville
Alberta Supports, Labour, BGS and EmployAbilities will be providing information to employers on applying for Canada-Alberta Job Grants, preparing job seekers with job readiness training, attracting potential employees through job postings and sharing of work experience and job corps information.

April 26, 2018

Employers Corner

8:30 am – 9:30 am
Vegreville Alberta Supports Centre, Haverhill Building, 5121-49 Street, Vegreville
Alberta Supports, Labour, BGS and EmployAbilities will be providing information to employers on applying for Canada-Alberta Job Grants, preparing job seekers with job readiness training, attracting potential employees through job postings and sharing of work experience and job corps information.

Job Seekers: Interview Preparation

9 am – Noon
Vegreville Alberta Supports Centre, Haverhill Building, 5121-49 Street, Vegreville
Meet with local employers to find out what they are looking for in a job interview. There will be an opportunity to engage in a mock interview and gain valuable interview skills.

Vermilion

April 26, 2018

Open House

1 pm – 4:30 pm
Vermilion Alberta Works Centre, Provincial Building 4701-52 Street, Vermilion
Discover local employment programs and supports that can help you elevate your career. Presentations begin at 2 pm
- Alberta Works - Employment Services
- Alberta Labour - Labour Market Information
- Alberta Advanced Education, Apprenticeship and Industry Training
- Alberta Health Services – Addictions & Mental Health
- 3A Academy & Consulting – Employment Services

Wabasca

April 24, 2018

Employment Services

9 am – 2 pm
Wabasca Stoske Career Centre, Slave Lake
Staff from Bigstone Cree Nation and Atoske Action Group will be providing employment services; self-marketing for work, interviews, first impressions, and resumés development services.

Wainwright

April 25, 2018

Community and Career Services Fair

2 pm – 3 pm
Wainwright Alberta Works Centre, Provincial Building Board Room 810, 14 Avenue, Wainwright
Discover local career and community services in the Wainwright area that can help you develop your career, including presentations by:
- 3A Academy
- Community Addiction and Mental Health

Westlock

April 25, 2018

Fit for Work information sessions

1:30 pm Preparing for Work-life Balance
2:30 pm Drug & Alcohol testing
3:15 pm Healthy Living for Employment
Westlock Alberta Supports Centre, Ron Dales Building 11304-99 Street, Westlock
Primary Care Network will providing information on work life balance at 1:30 pm.  Aggressive Training Inc. will be presenting information on employment-related drug and alcohol testing starting at 2:30 pm. Alberta Health Services will be speaking about healthy living for employment at 3:15 pm.

Wetaskiwin

April 23, 2018

Elevate Your Career open house

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Wetaskiwin Alberta Supports Centre, Main Floor Macadil Building, 5201-51 Avenue, Wetaskiwin
Five employment service providers and a Labour Workforce Consultant will be available to provide information about their employment and training programs, including: Norquest College, Lokken Career College, Career Assistance Network, Directions for Wellness, and the Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton.

Whitecourt

April 24, 2018

Job Fair

9 am – 4 pm
Whitecourt Alberta Works Centre, #202, Midtown Mall, 5115–49 Street, Whitecourt
Drop by the Whitecourt Alberta Supports Centre (ASC) and meet with employers who are hiring. There will be different employers in the Centre each day.

April 25, 2018

Job Fair

9 am – 4 pm
Whitecourt Alberta Works Centre, #202, Midtown Mall, 5115–49 Street, Whitecourt
Drop by the Whitecourt Alberta Supports Centre (ASC) and meet with employers who are hiring. There will be different employers in the Centre each day.

April 27, 2018

Job Fair

9 am – 4 pm
Whitecourt Alberta Works Centre, #202, Midtown Mall, 5115–49 Street, Whitecourt
Drop by the Whitecourt Alberta Supports Centre (ASC) and meet with employers who are hiring. There will be different employers in the Centre each day.