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BC Centre for Women in Trades (BCCWITT)


BC Centre for Women in Trades (BCCWITT) is a partnership led by women from the trades, along with industry and labour representatives, committed to increasing the proportion of women and other underrepresented people entering and finding success in the skilled trades. BCCWITT is leading the cultural shift that is needed to achieve this—our work is

BC Native Women’s Association


BC Native Women’s Association The BC Native Women's Association (BCNWA) is a provincial member association of the Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC). ​Our collective goal is to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural, and political well-being of Aboriginal women and girls through activism, policy analysis, and advocacy.

Construction Foundation of BC


Construction Foundation of BC At Construction Foundation of BC, we build community through our charitable initiatives and our commitment to industry focused education and research that benefits all British Columbians. Since our inception, our fundraising campaigns have raised millions of dollars to outfit British Columbia’s shop classes with new equipment, provide driver training to youth

Inclusion BC


Inclusion BC is a provincial non-profit federation whose members include people with intellectual disabilities, families and community agencies. The Inclusion BC provincial office provides advocacy, education and support where and when it’s needed, breaking down barriers and building communities that include people of all abilities. Inclusion BC works with BCIB to build community and to

Indigenous Skills & Employment Training (ISET)


Indigenous Skills & Employment Training (ISET) is a nation-wide program that provides funding to Indigenous service providers that deliver job training to First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples. If you identify as Indigenous click here to find the closest ISET to you. BCIB works closely with ISET’s to identify where training opportunities may be available

Metis Nation BC (MNBC)


Metis Nation BC (MNBC) represents thirty-eight (38) Métis Chartered Communities in British Columbia.  MNBC’s mandate is to develop and enhance opportunities for Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant, social, and economic programs, and services. Métis Nation BC is recognized by the Métis National Council, Provincial Government of British Columbia, and the Federal Government of Canada, as the Governing



Mosaic is one of the largest settlement non-profit organizations in Canada. We serve immigrant, refugee, migrant and mainstream communities in Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley as well as throughout the province of BC. Mosaic offers a wide array of services from Employment services to counselling, for more information on services they provide click here.

Open Door Group


Open Door Group – assists people to prepare, obtain, and sustain meaningful careers and to support people in the pursuit of lifelong learning. They are also a service provider that oversees many of the WorkBC offices across BC and offer programs like Opportunities Fund that supports candidates that identify as having disabilities.

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