Employment and Settlement Support Services
Provided by: Prince Albert Multicultural Council
Offers assistance and advice to newcomers adjusting to life in Canada. The services provided include:
- Assessment and referrals
- Employment skills training
- Mentoring and career counselling
- Resume and cover letter building
- Job searching support
- Immigrants, Newcomers and/or new Canadians with CLB level 5 or higher (some services are available to newcomers regardless of English language proficiency) - Unemployed or underemployed - Be legally entitled to work in Canada and Saskatchewan - Be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a Temporary Resident Permit - Be at least 16 years of age or, for settlement services, 18 years of age - Have a valid Social Insurance Number (SIN) or temporary SIN’s (first number is a “9”) - May need to be a Saskatchewan resident to be eligible for certain programs (e.g. Training voucher, PTA etc)
Appointments can be made during our regular business hours (8:30am-4:30pm Monday-to-Friday) by phone, email or walk-in.
Immigration document and government ID
Contact PAMC for more information.
Prince Albert Multicultural Council
1410C Central Avenue
Prince Albert SK S6V 4W5
Near the city bus Station at the back of Venice House restaurant. Building is facing the SaskPower building.
- Community Consultations
- Employment and Settlement Support Services
- English for Employment Language Class
- Multicultural Events and Activities
- Multicultural Youth Ambassador Program
- Multicultural Youth Day Camp
- Stage 2 English Class
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Closed weekends and holidays.
Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment req’d; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)
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