Bridging Youth to Success ProgramBridging Youth to Success Program objective is to facilitate the transition of highly skilled newcomer youth professionals to a rapidly evolving labor market. The program provides one-on-one employability skills coaching and career-related work experience placements to young (18-30 years of age) newcomer professionals who hold post-secondary degree. A wage subsidy is provided to employers who offer work experience placements for 16-22 weeks of the employment period.

The program is funded by Service Canada's Career Focus Program.



  • between 18 and 30 years of age (inclusive)
  • CLB 7 and up
  • holding a post - secondary degree
  • not in school full time
  • legally entitled to work in Canada
  • not in receipt of Employment Insurance (EI) benefits
  • a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident or protected person within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.


Professions Sought

  • Accounting Professional
  • Finance Professional
  • IT Professional
  • Graphic Designer
  • Social Worker
  • Teacher
  • HR
  • Architect/Draftsman
  • Journalist
  • Geologist or Geophysicist
  • Engineering technologist
  • other University degree occupations


Program Poster

Bridging Youth to Success Poster Aug 2016 001



Contact Us

Contact information
Hasmik Asmaryan, Program Coordinator
Phone: 403.290.5117   Cell: 403.605.2196