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Our Partners

Career Loans relies on the generous support of the following public entities, without which we would not be able to deliver this program.

Immigrant Services Calgary
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) works to improve the standard of living and quality of life for all Canadians, by promoting a labour force that is highly skilled. ESDC generously supports the individual client counselling and mentoring, loan delivery, and administration costs of the Career Loans program.
Achēv (Formerly The Centre for Education & Training) has been a community leader in providing award-winning employment, settlement, and language services for over 30 years. The Career Loans program is coordinated by Achēv.
HSBC Canada
HSBC Bank Canada, formerly the Hongkong Bank of Canada, is the Canadian subsidiary of British multinational banking and financial services company HSBC. HSBC Canada is the seventh largest bank in Canada, with offices in every province except Prince Edward Island, and is the largest foreign-owned bank in the country.

Our Collaborators

Employment and Social Development Canada
Immigrant Services Calgary Since 1977, Immigrant Services Calgary has been providing a wide range of settlement services to immigrants and refugees looking to begin a new chapter of their lives in Canada. We employ a client-focused, integrated approach when working with individuals and their families to help them settle in Calgary.
SODS
Catholic Family Services Regina is a non-profit family service agency that serves all people to bring about healing, stability, and wholeness in the lives of families and individuals. We live by our motto: Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors.
Employment and Social Development Canada
The Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc [TAYFFI] is a Saskatoon-based non-profit organization that provides support services for youth and families, especially members of vulnerable populations, in order that they become engaged and contributing members of their respective communities.
SODS
SODS was established in 1980 as a place to welcome and assist immigrants and refugees moving to Saskatoon by connecting, integrating and building strong reciprocal relationships with the local community.
CLIP
The Calgary Local Immigration Partnership (CLIP) works across sectors, organizations, and service systems to improve local capacity to welcome and support newcomers.
SODS
Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC) connects Edmonton employers to internationally educated professionals and is dedicated to ensuring immigrants are welcomed and participate in the economy to their full potential. community.

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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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