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Read stories or watch videos of British Columbians who have found success in a range of roles and industries. Their stories inspire you, give you ideas and open doors to new opportunities. You’ll also learn how WorkBC's programs and services can help you reach your goals.
Grant, Carol and Kyle all changed careers and found employment success through WorkBC resources.
Learn how one Vancouver-based realtor has continued to find success in her career while some of her peers are retiring.
Learn how a licensed practical nurse navigates this challenging time with compassion and care.
Read how a business development associate forged a unique career path for herself by using her interests in health and business to shape her goals.
Learn how a combination of community support and self-exploration helped Michael discover his post-secondary education goals.
Read about how Sarah’s shop class inspired her decision to pursue a welding career.
Discover how Kendra’s motivation and connections with the right people led her to a prospective career.
Hazel shares her path to becoming an employment counsellor. Discover how mentors and a positive mindset opened doors to a job she loves.
Learn how the ITA Youth Train in Trades Program helped Cressen become the first female carpenter with the Surrey School District.
High-school shop inspired Lauren to pursue carpentry with Women in Trades Training support.
The Women in Trades Training program opened a door to a certified trade career for Star.
Read Dave’s story and learn how the Deep Bay Job Creation partnership project helped him.
Learn how Stefanie continues to improve her skills to ensure success as a graphic designer.
Read how picking up a chainsaw changed Lora’s career path – in an unexpected but exciting way!
Jessica explains how trades opportunities in the North are like she’s never seen before.
See how Nicolle seized her skills training opportunity in a Red Seal Culinary Arts program.
Learn the steps Liam took in high school to start his path to becoming an apprentice carpenter.
A career is something I’ve always wanted. I knew time wasn’t on my side, and I needed to start earning a wage as fast as possible. That’s part of why I chose to enter the trades.