Prospect helps job seekers with everything from resources to skill upgrading to direct placement. We currently offer these programs to help Albertans fulfill their employment potential.
Prospect Youth Employment Service
Prospect's youth employment service provides youth between the ages of 18-24 with the tools needed to make the job search successful.
WorkWise is for job seekers 50 years of age or older.
The WORX provides employment search services to Calgarians with all types of disabilities. In addition to information resources and assistive technologies, The WORX also offers a variety of employment services including career counselling, job placement, education and skill training placement and more.
ArtRecruits is an award-winning, skill building employment program offered at Prospect’s Studio C.
Prospect’s SkillGain program helps Calgary job-seekers build business and professional skills needed for success in employment and education. All at no-cost to you.
Rocky View and Wheatland Employment Services
Rocky View and Wheatland Employment Services provide job seekers in Airdrie, Cochrane, Strathmore and surrounding areas with tools to make a successful job search. Career Advisors and job search resources help people get the job they want.
Studio C is Prospect’s award-winning Collaborative Art Centre; a public studio and gallery that uses art to equip people who face barriers to employment. Through our services, participants gain skills and confidence for employment opportunities. Studio C promotes inclusion and empowers the community.
Employment search services to Edmontonians with all types of disabilities. All of our services are available remotely and online.
Prospect Employment Services
Prospect Employment Services (PES) helps Calgarians discover where the jobs are, which employers are hiring, and how you can improve your opportunities. PES offers workshops and online events to help you with your job search.
Prospect's PDD services support adults with developmental disabilities in experiencing an enhanced quality of life through increased workforce and community participation.
Career Links provides fast-track employment placement supports for individuals experiencing challenges to workforce participation as a result of mental health illness or issues, including those who may have concurrent substance abuse disorders.
Forces@WORK help ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces veterans, medical releases, reservists and family members of serving personnel find and keep good civilian jobs that will maintain their quality of life.