Find your next job and
A good job makes all the difference, especially now. B.C.’s economy is recovering and WorkBC can help you find your place. Explore new opportunities, upgrade your skills or train for a new career.
Explore new careers
B.C.'s economy is expected to create more than one million jobs over the next ten years. That's why we’re focused on getting people trained and ready to fill high-opportunity jobs. WorkBC can help you train for a new career, upgrade your skills, or explore new opportunities.
Find a new job
Find jobs quickly on B.C.’s one-stop job board. Get instant alerts to stay on top of the jobs you want.
Find out how to transition to a new career
Find out what careers you may be able to transition to based on your current experience. Put your skills, knowledge and abilities to work.
Find a career that fits you best
Discover the types of work you’d enjoy and be good at, and find out where the high-opportunity jobs will be in the years ahead with the Career Compass tool.
Do you have a disability? There are many resources and services available to support you in the workplace.
Choose a well-paid career in one of B.C.’s 100+ skilled trades. Get paid while working towards your certification.
Get job ready in high school
A foundation program will help you upgrade your skills, get job-ready, find employment/apprenticeship opportunities, and more.
Apply for a B.C. Access Grant
Low- and middle-income students enrolled in B.C. public post-secondary institutions can apply for upfront, non-repayable financial assistance.
Explore funding, scholarships and bursaries
Find funding, loans, grants, bursaries, scholarships and special programs to finance your education.
Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Support Fund
Apply for bursary funding while you complete your post-secondary Early Childhood Educator (ECE) certification.
Find ways to finance your education
Support yourself financially and become job-ready while studying and learning new skills.
Find extra help to get ahead
You may face more challenges finding work than others — like if you’re 55+, or work in a struggling industry, or have faced domestic violence. Whatever your story, we’ll help you get ahead with extra skills training and job support.
Upgrade your education
Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Learning programs for domestic students are tuition-free at 18 public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia. School districts also provide tuition-free ABE programs.
Discover opportunities for people with disabilities
Find funding, skills training, work experience, business support, and the assistive technologies you need to excel at the job.
Get one-on-one job support
WorkBC Centres are here to help you plan, find and train for your next job. Get started with virtual support or book a one-on-one meeting at your local WorkBC centre.