Assiniboine Community College (ACC) has been providing exceptional learning experiences for over 50 years. For staff and students alike, ACC offers unparalleled learning environments and responds well to the demands and requirements of the Manitoba labour market. Instructors follow the philosophy of ‘learn by doing’, combining theory with hands-on learning inside classrooms, labs, kitchens, shops, fields and the college’s Sustainable Greenhouse. ACC is an accredited college with the Government of Manitoba Council on Post-Secondary Education.
Associate Members are defined as all other organizations that do not meet the requirements of a Full Member or a Vendor Member. Associate Members are not eligible for Board Nomination (no voting privilege) but are welcome to participate on MCCA committees.
Our mission is to relieve and prevent unemployment among Aboriginal people in Winnipeg, and help them to achieve self-sufficiency by providing education and training, employment services, and support programs, such as counselling, daycare, and housing; and
To do all such things ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the above purpose.
Since our founding in 1918, CNIB has grown to become the primary resource for Canadians who are blind or partially sighted, with offices in communities across the country. We’re proud to help thousands of Canadians see beyond vision loss every single day.
The Manitoba Food Processors Association (MFPA) was formed in 1993. It is a not-for-profit, industry-run organization that serves close to 300 member companies; ranging from small, start-up operations to large multi-national companies. Manitoba growers, processors, marketing boards, government agencies, retailers, and industry suppliers of goods and services all enjoy the benefits of an MFPA membership.
The Association supports its members by:
- Helping food business entrepreneurs to set up their operations, serving as an information resource and a networking system for the industry
- Organizing marketing programs and promotional campaigns to increase sales in grocery and foodservice distribution channels
- Providing professional development opportunities for business owners and managers, and training programs for employees
- Providing human resources support and worker recruitment services
- Serving as a communications link between members and government regarding issues that impact the growth and expansion of Manitoba’s food processing industry.
Our goal is to grow the ICT sector in Manitoba and achieve greater recognition for the contribution this sector makes to our province. We strive to create an environment for innovation, excellence, growth and global recognition in the sector by providing leadership, focus and collaboration with industry, education and government.
We are looking for opportunities to partner up with employers in need of qualified employees. Whether you are a small business owner or a large corporation, we would be delighted to work with you! All services are free.
The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce, established in 1931, is the umbrella organization for Manitoba’s chamber movement. With a membership comprised of Local Chambers of Commerce as well direct Corporate Members, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce is Manitoba’s largest and most diverse business lobby, representing over 10,000 businesses and community leaders.
The mission of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce is to champion sustainable economic growth leading to greater prosperity for business and communities in Manitoba.
We’re dedicated to helping you launch your first career, your next career… or explore a lifetime passion in more depth. Whether you’re 15 or 50, Canadian, or an international student looking to study in Canada – MITT can equip you with the skills in sought after fields that employers want. Our flexible and modern approach, combined with our growing number of programs designed in consultation with industry, give you the edge you need to succeed. Whatever your reason for wanting to study, MITT is here to help you achieve lifelong career success.
The Manitoba Print Industry Association Inc. is a non-profit industry-based organization created to attract and retain individuals into the printing industry in Manitoba. By working with employers and educational partners we are expanding the print industry training opportunities available in Manitoba.
Manitoba Start (Employment Solutions for Immigrants Inc.) connects Manitoba businesses to a world class workforce and is the leading provider of career services to immigrants to the Province.
Manitoba Start addresses employers’ recruitment needs by connecting business to highly skilled and job-ready newcomers. Manitoba Start then supports employers with customized tools and resources to retain a diverse workforce and create inclusive workplaces.
PATH Employability Centre is a storefront operation in the North End of Winnipeg providing a range of resources and services for individuals engaged in a variety of employment-related activities. The PATH Employability Centre is committed to developing partnerships with employers to assist in providing qualified candidates from the Centre’s employment ready client group.
To promote, facilitate and maintain the employment of people with physical disabilities or health conditions by providing diverse and customized employment, training and consultation services.
REES continues to be recognized as the premiere innovative and progressive employment service for people with physical disabilities and employers in the community.
Sara Riel Inc. is recognized as a leader through a person centred approach to people living with mental health issues. Commitment to exploring, developing and adapting well researched best practices for persons living with mental health challenges is a key focus for Sara Riel Inc.
Sara Riel Inc. makes a real difference and succeeds at enhancing and ensuring rehabilitation. Persons with mental health challenges involved in our programs realize their goals and live independently.
Welcome to the University College of the North.
The University College of the North is an institution devoted to community and northern development and reflects the Aboriginal reality and cultural diversity of northern Manitoba.
The University College of the North will:
- Provide an integrated college and university approach to offer northern Manitoba greater access to the breadth of post-secondary education
- Provide post-secondary education and training fundamental to the social and economic development of northern Manitoba in a culturally sensitive and collaborative manner
- Provide the learner with community centered education and training characterized by a culture of openness, inclusiveness and tolerance and respectful of Aboriginal and northern values
- Ensure that elders have a unique role in fostering an environment of openness, inclusiveness and tolerance that is respectful of Aboriginal and northern values
Whether you’re looking to move up in your current career, change direction all together, take one course or an entire degree, we can help you get there. Learn about our flexible options that fit with your busy schedule.
Reach your career goals. We offer courses and certificate programs in many areas, from human resources and financial management to adult education and emerging technologies. Take a single course or workshop, or an entire certificate program. Online options are also available--work on your courses from the comfort of your home or office.
Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution & training centre. Our goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for food banks in our community.
The Winnipeg Transition Centre EARS Program provides you, the job seeker, with the tools and support you need to transition to meaningful employment. It’s why we’re here!
Youth Employment Services provides inclusive employment services for youth between 16 and 29. Our purpose is to prepare youth in realizing their potential to become self-sufficient. Since 1974 we have help thousands of young Manitobans obtain employment. Some of the support services we provide include resume building, conducting mock-interviews, creating cover letters and individual targeted job searching assistance.
Youth Employment Services also holds weekly workshops covering a variety of topics ranging from interview skills, communication in the workplace and the hidden job market. We also have several partnerships with employers and industry to conduct workshops with clients on an ongoing basis.