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Elaine, our former career and vocational counsellor, prepared an extensive list of job and career resources on the Internet. You can also find out about all available BC Public Post-Secondary Universities and Colleges.

General Job and Career Resources Web Sites

Agricultural Online Job Board provides information on jobs and careers in agriculture.   BC Awards Online Search this on-line scholarship data base to find a variety of awards available to BC students.  BC Film Commission check this website for a list of current BC film productions, careers and education in the film industry and important contacts.
BC Post-secondary Transfer Guidefind out what courses transfer from college to university in BC. BC Student Financial Aid provides information on BC student loans. BC Student Outcomes Check here to find out what graduates of BC public colleges think of their program and how many found jobs.
BC Work Info Net a comprehensive government site to help you find work in BC. Canada BC Business Centre a complete resource centre on how to start your own business in BC. Canadian Careers - this comprehensive site includes interest tests, occupational profiles, job search tips, professional associations and more
Canadian Colleges/Universities: to help you find a college or university in Canada. Includes a career test and general career information. Canadian Job Banks  - a comprehensive internet list of job banks for Canada  Careers in Criminology - Are you interested in the field of crime? Find out your work options at this site.
Careers in Tourism Is tourism for you?  Check this link to find out Become an Accountant. Visit to find out about Certified General Accountants Association or Certified Management Accountant or Chartered Accountant  
CollegeNet search for a college or university in the US. Community Volunteer Connections - find out how you can help in the community and learn some work skills through volunteering. Computer Software Careers Explore the world of software careers. Get Information on career plans, educational programs and financial support
Drive a Bus
Interested in a career in the bus transportation industry?
 Educational Planner 
Your guide to post-secondary education opportunities in BC
EnviroCareers - click here to explore careers in Canada's environmental sector.
GED Information: find out more about the GED, as well as exam and fee schedules. HRDSC Labour Market Information - To learn about the current labour market and potential employers in your community HRDC Local Employment Services - lists local agencies to assist you with job search and career planning.
 Industry Training and Apprenticeship
Like working with your hands? To find out about the more than 200 trades in BC, check out this site.
International Credential Evaluation Service - how to get your credentials evaluated for their Canadian equivalents - Job search resources and information.  Includes a resume builder to help you create your own resume
Jobs in Transportation
Land, sea and air transportation employs a million Canadians. Check here to find out how you can train and work in this diverse sector.
Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance up-to-date information on programs and services for people on income assistance and disability Practicing Medicine in Canada
this website will give you all the information you need to know to work as a medical doctor in Canada as well as related career options.
Private Career Training Institutions Agency
information on BC private post-secondary training institutions
This site provides information on scholarships available across Canada.
Work Destinations - A guide to regulated trades and professions in Canada. Useful for new immigrants wanting to enter a trade or profession
WorkFutures an online book of information including present and future job prospects on many different occupations. The Salary Expert  Thinking of a new career and want to know how much you would earn? Check this site for free salary information for many occupations. Yes Canada is a non-profit organization that helps young people get into the workforce.
What Can I Do With A Major In ...?  wondering what to do with your university degree major? This website can help.    


 British Columbia Public Post-Secondary Institution Web Sites