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The Kermode Friendship Society membership is represented by the Board of Directors; gratefully acknowledge and thank the Kitselas Nation and Kitsumkalum Nation in Terrace and the Haisla Nation in Kitamaat Village for allowing the Kermode Friendship Society to operate in their respective Traditional Territory.

Kermode Friendship Society’s employment program provides employment counselling assistance, readiness and training for Aboriginals in the Terrace and surrounding area.

Using our services will empower you to find the job you want and succeeding once you are employed. We’ll provide you with personal techniques, training and awareness, guide you through your personal training journey, connect you with potential employers and work with you as you begin seeking employment.

We’ve identified potential barriers to employment training and readiness. Our programs and services remove those barriers so you can focus on preparing to enter the work force.

Once you’re prepared to seek employment, we support your journey by connecting you to other training and certifications to help you succeed in your chosen field, your employment success is our only goal.

For more information about our Employment services please contact Kim Louie at 250-635-4906 ext 1031

“We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation”

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3313 Kalum Street,
Terrace BC V8G 2N7
Phone: 250-635-4906
Fax: 250-635-3013

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The Kermode Friendship Society membership as represented by the Board of Directors; gratefully acknowledge and thank the Kitselas Nation and Kitsumkalum Nation in Terrace and the Haisla Nation in Kitamaat Village for allowing the Kermode Friendship Society to operate in their respective Traditional Territory.