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How it Works

Career Loans provides Career Counselling and Micro Loans to Internationally Trained Professionals residing in Alberta or Saskatchewan.
Our mandate is to provide newcomers and immigrants, from regulated and non-regulated occupations and trades, with the right opportunities and resources so they can return to their profession.

Watch our video explaining the entire Career Loans process in detail:



Start by clicking on the “Register Now” button on the homepage. This will take you to a page which will describe the eligibility criteria and your province-specific application form. This form only registers you for the program and does not automatically apply you for a loan.

By registering for the program, you get free one-on-one sessions with our expert Counsellors, and access to member resources like on-demand webinars, industry insights, and exclusive events.

After Submission of Application:

After successfully submitting your application, your Counsellor will reach out to you to discuss your situation. They will suggest the best course of action for you, based on your career goals, and what you need to do in order to attain those goals.

If you would still like to proceed to apply for a loan following that session, your counsellor will inform you about the required steps.

Loan Application:

Once you are done with your session, your Counsellor will guide you with your loan application and refer you to our financial partner. The bank representatives will meet with you to go over your case, and pending their approval, you will be granted a loan.

Your counsellor will then follow up with you at periodic intervals to ensure you are on the right track, and are also available to answer any questions you might have.

If you would like to know more, please contact us at info@careerloans.ca

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Career Loans provides career counselling and micro loans to Internationally Trained Individuals in regulated and non-regulated occupations and trades, who are looking to return to their chosen profession.



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All Career Loans virtual services will continue during this time; our hours of operation remain the same at 8:30AM – 4:30PM (MT) from Monday to Friday. Please contact us if you require assistance outside of these hours.