Employment Services

We are accepting new clients in Employment Services!

Please call to register: 306-352-3521

Our offices are closed due to COVID-19. However, we are offering all of our services online.

Once you are registered, we will assign you an Employment Counselor who will set up a Zoom meeting with you and register you for our online workshops. 


Employment Services

Through individual online employment counseling, your counselor will help you create a career action plan with your short and long term goals, and help you identify the steps you need to take to achieve these goals. We are here to help you understand how to navigate the current labor market and learn about the Canadian workplace. Your counselor can also enroll you in our online workshops!


Employment Services

Please see our workshop schedule for the next two weeks below. 

If you are a registered client, please email your counselor to be registered in the following online workshops.

If you are not a registered client, please telephone 306-352-3521 to register with us. 


Targeted Resume DevelopmentJan 18 - 229:30am -11:30am
MS Word Fundamentals for EmploymentJan 18 - 221:00pm - 3:00pm
Advanced Interview SkillsJan 18 - 211:00pm - 3:00pm
MS Excel Level 2Jan 18 - 216:00pm - 9:000pm
Competency Based Cover Letter WritingJan 25 - 279:30am -11:30am
Targeted Resume DevelopmentJan 25 - 281:00pm - 3:00pm
Customer Service EnglishJan 26 - 291:00pm - 3:00pm
Job Search WorkshopJan 25 - 276:00pm - 8:30pm

Register for Employment Services Workshops

 Employment Services

 We currently offer three classroom-based programs. 

 Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) Program

YESS offers four sessions per year for newcomers to Canada who want to be employed full time in their chosen field. Eligibility includes permanent residents, refugees, and recent citizens who are under 30 years old with English language levels of CLB 5 or higher. 

This program includes 8 weeks of classroom training followed by a six-week work placement. Oh, and we should mention that classroom training and work placement are PAID! If you know about our Career Bridging program, YESS is like CBP's cousin!

We are here to help you make career decisions, learn valuable employment skills and support you in getting Canadian work experience. We are accepting applications for the program on an ongoing basis: please fill out the application form here

After you have applied to the program we will email you with the next Information Session dates and location. Please attend an Information Session to find out more about this program and to schedule an interview. 

The next Information Sessions will be January 28, 2021 at 10:00am OR January 29, 2021 at 1:30pm. The next class begins on February 22, 2021.

For more detail click: YESS Program

English for Employment Program (E4E)

E4E offers six sessions per year, each focused on a different sector of employment: Hospitality in Hotels, Child Care, Front Desk/Reception, Retail/Customer Service, and Personal Care Worker. The program aims to:

  • develop industry-specific English skills
  • learn about the Saskatchewan work environment
  • and connect to the labor market with real-life learning opportunities.

The next E4E Session will be onHospitality & Housekeeping starting in January 2021. To find out more about the Hospitality & Housekeeping Session and to schedule an interview, please attend one of the online Information Sessions being offered on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, at 10:00 am and Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 2:00 pm.

Either of the Information Sessions can be joined by registering in the following links: 

Register in advance!!

Zoom webinar 1: 

When: Tuesday, January 12, 2021, at 10:00 AM Saskatchewan



Zoom webinar 2:

When: Thursday, January 14, 2021, at  02:00 PM Saskatchewan



Career Bridging Program

See the details of this program in the following link:


Career Bridging offers four sessions per year; each session includes four weeks in the classroom followed by a volunteer work placement. We want to assist you in understanding how to find and keep a job related to your field.  

  • Gain financial and computer literacy
  • Learn about Canadian workplace culture & communication
  • Gain Canadian work experience
  • Do well in the program and you could earn a Canadian work reference to use in your job search!

The next Career Bridging class will take place in December 2020. 


Employment Services

We offer services to youth clients aged 15-29. Please call 306-352-3521 to register with us to receive services.

If you are a registered client, please email your counselor to schedule online appointments.


Employment Services
Closed due to COVID-19 until further notice.




 The Regina Open Door Society Employment Services programs are funded by:
Employment Services

Employment Services

Employment Services