Career Resource Centre

Tawow Centre

Parent Link Centre

Box 1808, 10008 99th Street

Grande Cache, Alberta T0E 0Y0

Office: 780.827.3324


Grande Cache Career Resource Centre

The Grande Cache Career Resource Centre (GC CRC) is a place where:

1. Job seekers can access a range of resources to assist them in their hunt to land that next job or plan for their next career. 

2. Employers can advertise employment opportunities and fill their vacancies faster.

We are here to help and provide services in:

  • Exposure Course Training

  • Resume

  • Cover Letter

  • Job Search

  • Job Applications

  • Interview Skills

  • Career Planning

  • Acquiring Safety Tickets

  • E.I. Applications

Make an appointment with one of our Client Service Advisors today!

Youth Pre-Employment

AWN has contracted Sharon Bambrick, Praxis Consulting, to deliver a “mini” Integrated Training program to participants in our Youth Pre-Employment Program. There will be three 3-week sessions offered between October 2017 and March 2018. Topics will include personal development (Achieving Your Potential and Life Management Skills), Goal Setting and Action Plans, Thought Patterns for a Successful Career, Job Readiness, Supported Job Search, Job Maintenance and hands on work experience placements.

The objectives of the program are to:

  • Encourage rapid employment or further education or skills training

  • Examine and change behaviour patterns affecting employment potential

  • Increase participants accountability and involvement in their career decision making process


The benefits of the program are:

  • A safe environment with strong coaching support, effective personal development programs, work experience, safety training certificates and driver training as needed

  • Increased self-esteem and self efficacy which will enhance participants accountability and responsibility for their job search.

  • A more open-minded approach to job seeking with enhanced effective thinking skills and decision-making capabilities

  • Increased self-motivation and enhanced ability for taking action.


Participants will be “employment ready” and in a position to become part of the labour force. The following criteria will be required for acceptance to the Youth Pre-Employment Initiative:

  • Must be 18-30 years of age.

  • Must be Aboriginal decent (First Nation, Non-status, Metis or Inuit)

  • Is committed (ready, willing and able) and motivated to enter the labour force by securing sustainable, meaningful employment.

  • Must provide consent to share personal information and participate in follow-up surveys (whether they completed the training or not)

  • Preference will be given to candidates who are unemployed, underemployed or marginally employed.

  • Candidates will be assessed and accepted based on the above criteria.


If you would like to sign up for the Life Skills Program, please stop by the AWN office or Career Resource Center to pick up an application. Completed applications are returned to the Career Resource Center.

Safety ticket and driver training is available until funds are used up. To access safety ticket training or driver training contact the Career Resource Center. Cultural awareness workshops and apprenticeship and trades components of the Youth Pre-Employment are also under development and will be accepting participants. Applicants need to complete one application for all components of the Youth Pre-Employment.

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