The YWCA currently operates five WorkBC Employment Service Centres and we partner with other organizations on two immigrant satellite centers. All clients that are looking for work and need assistance can come to the YWCA WorkBC Centres. Job seekers can expect a wide variety of services in our WorkBC sites. They can expect one-to-one service with a case manager or they can drop in and use the resource centre access to our job board, our computers, the internet, fax machines and we have tailored workshops in our services for clients of all different needs and we continually enhance our workshops on an as-needed basis. There’s so much available to you in regards to understanding your characteristics and fine-tuning it to the job search, perusing your passion, having a better understanding of where you at, and where you can go, and also all the resources available whether be resume planning, job interview process, and all of the available process when it comes to the job hunt. We work hard to tailor those services individually to meet people’s needs. We serve women and men, we have specialized services for clients with disabilities, single parents, immigrant clients, indigenous clients, francophone clients, and other clients that might have specific needs in the community. We have clients that come to tailored group-based workshops. Clients that attend one-to-one sessions, clients that work for wage subsidies, or paid training in the community, It all depends on what a client is looking for We offer employment services for employers. We have an extensive employer database that we work to find suitable candidates with employers. We have several job developers in our sites that work directly to enhance the employer’s experience and match clients with employers based upon their suitable candidacy and training requirements.