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Is EmploymentWorks the right program for you?

You might find it a good fit if:

  • You self-identify as Autistic, neurodivergent, and/or as a person with a disability*.
  • You are unemployed or underemployed.
  • You’ve had difficulties finding and keeping a job.
  • You’re seeking an opportunity to boost your workplace skills.
  • You’re open to trying different workplaces.
  • You have the legal right to work in Canada.

If this describes you, contact the EmploymentWorks program in your area or try the flexible Online learning option. Visit the program pages to learn more.

*Disability means a condition that limits your ability to do daily activities.

Impact Stories

Hear what others have to say about EmploymentWorks:

  • Employer

    Grant, a Sous Chef with the Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation describes the benefits of partnering with the EmploymentWorks program, and the opportunity it provides to help develop the skills of potential future employees and build industry capacity.
  • Parent

    Hilda describes the experience of the EmploymentWorks program for her daughter Jessica, and how it helped her to gain confidence, explore different areas of vocational interest and to develop and practice skills that she will be able to use throughout her life.
  • Participant

    Maureen shares her experience in the EmploymentWorks program and how it helped her prepare for her job as a prep cook with the Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation at the Scotiabank Saddledome. Watch to hear more about her employment journey.