From June 1st - June 14th the DMSMCA Community Resource Centre and all programming will be paused for 2 weeks as we wait for funding which has been delayed due to COVID-19.
Phone messages and email will be returned after June 14th.
Please visit the various employment and training resources as well as COVID-19 information below. We look forward to resume programming soon.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg - Youth Recreation Acitivity Worker Program. A joint initiative with Red River College - one year fully funded program. Two info sessions in June via Zoom. Click here for more information.
Social Planning Council of Winnipeg has a hub of online resources offering various supports, advice guidance and COVID-19 information. Educational Resources, Financial Support for Manitobans, Community Support, News Updates and more. Click here to visit their page.
Youth Employment Services provides online resources for Income Support, Mental Health, Free Training,
E-Learning and Job Searching. They also provide job postings which are updated every Monday and Thursday.
Click here to visit their website.
Unemployed during COVID-19? What to do? A blog from Opportunities for Employment offering job searching tips during the pandemic. Click here to visit their blog.
For COVID-19 updates, information and support in Manitoba, Click here.
For information on the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) and to apply, Click here.
First Aid/CPR Training
Canadian First Aid Training Ltd.
Winnipeg First Aid
St. John Ambulance
First Aid Training Centre
Safe Food Handlers Training
Manitoba Health Certified Food Handler Training Program - List of certified trainers
Manitoba Tourism Education Council
Manitoba WHMIS Training
PREP Employment Readiness Program
Daniel McIntyre / St. Matthews Community Association offers free employment services, workshops and employable skills training programs to assist individuals who are unemployed or underemployed find meaningful employment through our PREP Employment Readiness Program.
To be eligible for our free employment services, training programs, workshops and drop-in clinic participants must:
Be 18 years of age or older
Be a resident of Manitoba
Be eligible to work in Canada
Be unemployed or underemployed
Have a valid social insurance number - if you don't have one we can help you get one!
Free Employment Services Include:
Cover Letter Development
Job Search Assistance
Access to computers, photocopier, printer and fax machine
Employment Resource Lab
Every Monday and Tuesday from 1 pm – 3 pm you can drop into our Employment Resource Lab to:
Access computers to work on your resume, cover letter, job search, print rental forms, medical forms, government forms and search for housing
Use our photocopier, printer, fax and phone
Receive assistance with your resume or book an appointment for another day and time
Register for workshops or training programs