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About Prospect

How we help Albertans

Prospect helps people get jobs. We’re a not-for-profit and registered charity, so while the bottom line can’t be ignored, it’s not our priority. You are.

We welcome anyone who is looking for a better life through employment. We work with candidates who have degrees; we also work with people who are experiencing homelessness or experiencing a mental health condition or challenge. We can help upgrade your skills; we can also work with an employer to help them understand a disability. Above all, we’re creative and resourceful.

Recognizing that not everyone learns in the same way, our methods include art and the great Alberta outdoors as tools. We help young and old, people changing industries, recent immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, and everyday Albertans who feel that the job search process has become daunting. If that sounds good to you, let’s get to work!

The Latest

Janet Brazil's new book.

A journey of survival

Our Entrepreneurs with Disabilities program doesn’t only help clients get their businesses off the ground they help clients overcome physical and mental barriers, one such client is Janet Brazil.


Alberta Budget 2022

At Prospect Human Services we work hard to ensure every Albertan who wants to work has the opportunity to do so. Today’s budget will open doors for Albertans with disabilities to access employment opportunities and contribute to Alberta’s success. We applaud the government’s effort to provide this funding that will go a long way to breaking barriers to employment for persons with disabilities and support employers to connect with, and bring these Albertans into the workforce.

Alberta Jobs Now Program Enhancements

Since launching in April, the Alberta Jobs Now Program has helped over 14,000 Albertans find work.

Prospect Human Services is a registered charity.