Insurance is already part of everything you do.

Find your career in it.

Connect to the career advice you may be looking for....

You may find the answers to these and other questions by talking with a career advisor in your area.

  • What are my career options? Is my resume the best it can be? Does it speak to the needs of the employers I am interested working for?
  • What are some of the best strategies for job search?
  • What skills do I have from my previous work and how can they be applied to something different?
  • How do I address a gap in my work history?
  • Am I eligible for training programs?

In High School?

Start with your guidance or career education office. They may have resources specifically tailored to your needs and your community.

Post-Secondary Student or Recent Graduate?

Your campus career centre may be a good starting point

Career Changers? 

Career & Employment Centres are available in your province. Community Career Centres are staffed by professionals who can assist you in all aspects of exploring your options, job search and can connect you to additional resources in your community that can help you get where you want to go in your career. Some even specialize in helping youth, internationally trained professionals and experienced workers.
Services are most often available at no cost to you and centres are equipped with computers, printers, job search resources, photocopiers and a library for your use. 

Community Career & Employment Centres in Your Province...

Click on your province below for more information on how to connect to career and employment services in your area.

+ BC  
+ Alberta 
+ Saskatchewan 
+ Manitoba   
+ Ontario 
+ Quebec 
+ New Brunswick
+ Nova Scotia   
+ PEI    
+ Newfoundland