Delta WorkBC Employment Service Centre
The Delta ESC offers a wide range of free services to assist you in finding your next job. Every successful job search starts with the proper tools and support. We have the staff to encourage you and the resources to help you find your next career placement. The Delta ESC is open weekdays for all your job search needs, including case management, training funds, and access to computers, daily newspapers, resources for job and career research and reference books and more.Our trained staff will help you find the services you need to start and succeed in your job search. Some of these services include:
• Job search
• Resume and cover letter development
• Career planning
• Specialized services
• Workshops and training
• and much more
If you are a resident of Delta, BC, who is eligible to work in British Columbia, come visit one of our Delta locations for information, services and programs to help you take the right steps in your job search.
Please visit our Delta ESC (Storefront) at:
3rd Floor, 11861 88th Ave, North Delta, BC, V4C 3C6
Ladner Office (Satellite):
4899 Delta Street, Delta, BC, V4K 2T9
Please click here to view the Orientation Document!
Job Options BC - North Delta
BGCCS and Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society are please to announce the launch of a new BC Government funded initiative in the heart of North Delta. This new Job Options BC Program - North Delta will provide residents with skills to find and sustain employment. Job Options - North Delta Poster and Job Options BC, Official Press Release.
Phase 1 of this 10 week program offers qualified candidates 4 to 6 weeks of intensive job search training including short term certificate training (First Aid Level 1, Foodsafe, WHMIS, Forklift, Computer Basics, MS Office, Customer Service &/or Superhost). Program participants will be provided training assistance and supports.
Phase 2 of the program will provide participants with 4 to 6 weeks of work experience including wage subsidies, work placement and community volunteer. Particpants will be provided mentoring and other supports to facilitate their access into the labour market.
Funding provided through the Canada-British Columbia Labour Market Agreement
The YOUTH-CAN! Program is a joint partnership between Boys and Girls Club Community Services of Delta/Richmond and OPTIONS Surrey Community Services Society.
YOUTH-CAN! is a support and training program for 15 to 25 year olds who are new to Canada. The program assists young people to develop the skills they need to succed in school, work and life.
Referrals or Prequisites
- Self referral
- Via Phone: Intake, 604-501-6850
Immigrant youth and young adults who...
- Have arrived in Canada within the last 5 years.
- Are between 15-25 years of age.
- Are not attending full time school or employment programs at the time of intake. (Students at risk of leaving the school system MAY be eligible. Please call to inquire.)
- Are permanent residents of Canada, or are allowed to remain in Canada, and to whom the Federal Government intends to grant permanent resident status.
- Are in need of extra support to obtain education, training and work opportunities.
To establish an integrated system that supports older immigrant youth and young adults towards successful settlement and integration.
Program of Boys and Girls Club Community Services of Delta/Richmond and OPTIONS Surrey Community Services Society.
Funded by: Minister of Advanced Educaiton and Labour Market Development, Imigration and WelcomeBC Branch.
For more informaiton call:
Youth-Can! Surrey Site: 604-501-6850
Youth-Can! North Delta Site: 604-591-9262 (ext.113)