Employment Assistance Programs

Various programs are there to assist you if you need help finding a job.

Action

Action is a social assistance and support program for recipients of last-resort financial assistance who face obstacles to entering the job market. It helps them reach their full potential and prepares them to take part in employment assistance measures.

Clientele

Recipients of last-resort financial assistance who face obstacles to entering the labour market

Learn more about Action.

Assistance for Seasonal Workers

This program provides access to short-term training courses and financial assistance to help workers transition between the off season and periods of work.

Clientele

Seasonal workers

Learn more about Assistance for Seasonal Workers.

Discover a trade or profession

This program allows participants to gain real work experience and confirm their career choice through internships and job shadowing.

Clientele

Unemployed young people under the age of 25

Learn more about trades and occupations.

Employment Assistance for Persons With Disabilities

This program enables employers to obtain a wage subsidy and financial assistance to help adapt work environments to the needs of persons with disabilities.

Clientele

Persons with disabilities

Learn more about Employment Assistance for Persons with Disabilities

Employment Assistance Services

This program offers various activities such as information sessions on the labour market, career advice and counselling, and job search clubs.

Clientele

Persons who are looking for work

Learn more about Employment Assistance Services.

Employment Integration Program for Immigrants and Visible Minorities (PRIIME)

This program helps participants to obtain a first job experience in Québec.

Clientele

Immigrants who haven’t yet had a chance to work in their own field in North America.

Learn more about the Employment Integration Program for Immigrants and Visible Minorities (PRIIME).

Jeunes volontaires

This program enables participants to explore business ideas, organize services in their community or carry out personal projects.

Clientele

Young people between the ages of 16 and 29

Learn more about Jeunes volontaires

Job Readiness measure

This program allows participants to develop the personal skills needed to find or keep a job.

Clientele

Persons who are unemployed

Learn more about the Job Readiness measure.

Réussir

This program provides participants with easier access to secondary-level vocational or post-secondary education.

Clientele

Persons with a severely limited capacity for employment

Learn more about Réussir.

Student Employment

This program enables participants to find student jobs in the Québec civil service, the private sector and municipalities.

Clientele

Students

Learn more about Student Employment.