PICS Anti-Racism Project provides an opportunity to youth aged 13 to 25 years of all cultural, religious, and gender-based backgrounds in Surrey and Delta to confront racism and discrimination online and in the community.
Access to Legal Empowerment (ALE)
Access to Legal Empowerment program is about empowering the people of British Columbia by giving them concise and clear access to legal information needed to know about BC’s law system.
Migrant Workers Program
This program is funded by the Government of Canada’s Migrant Worker Support Network. Our goal is to serve temporary migrant workers in British Columbia by providing the support and information they need in order to improve their living and working experience during their stay in Canada
HOMELESS: Intercultural Motivating Change through Peer Employment (I M Change) Program
The I M Change program is a flexibly designed project intended to provide skills training to people at risk of homelessness or experiencing homelessness, who are unemployed or precariously employed, targeting the community needs for peer employment.
Community Adult Literacy Program
Community Adult Literacy Program provides Free English classes for Newcomers, Citizens, Work Permit holders and Refugee Claimants aged 19+. Participants learn about the Canadian work culture such as resume writing, cover letter, job search, interview skills and work expectations.
Skills for Success Survey Project
Skills for Success are the foundational skills we use in working, learning, and daily life. They help us adapt to change, learn other new skills, and thrive in daily life. They help us to get a job, progress at our current job or change jobs.