Aboriginal Community Career Services Society (ACCESS) ACCESS is an ISET that serves to enhance human resource development and the sustainable capacity of the urban Indigenous population in Greater Vancouver through the provision of employment and training services. BCIB candidates and employees that are from the Lower Mainland can connect with ACCESS to review job supports
Accessible Employers Formed in 2013, the Presidents Group is a network of 25 change-driven BC business leaders who are champions for more accessible, inclusive workplaces. Leaders of businesses of all different sizes and sectors, and business models, are represented and nearly 60,000 British Columbians are employed at the Presidents Group’s 25 member organizations. The Group
BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, or as more commonly known, BCANDS, is an award winning, Indigenous not for profit, charitable Society serving the unique and diverse disability and health resource / support service needs of Indigenous peoples across Canada. BCANDS is a “stand alone” organization and is one
BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC) is the umbrella association for the 25 Friendship Centres throughout the Province of British Columbia. The Friendship Centre Movement began in the 1950s. The movement represents a national network, united by the vision of a vibrant society that supports Indigenous peoples
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 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.
BC Partnership on Workforce Innovation (BC WiN) – is funded by the Government of Canada’s Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities. BC WiN recruits for BCIB by reaching out to a network of supportive employment service agencies to source candidates with disabilities/ diverse abilities.
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 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) 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