Linking Ability with Opportunity

Serving First Nation, Metis and Inuit Manitobans


Our counsellors maintain partnerships and professional relationships with Employers and Industry Professionals, matching client skills with real careers.


Our philosophy is that change in the individual is the first step to sustainable change in a family, group, community and society. The PFC Program is a simple, effective and efficient service for assisting, monitoring and planning your career.


If you need training, we’ll help find it. If you need a resume, we can help develop it. Whether you have an employment history or not, we can be your partner in finding a career.


Client status and data is monitored and reported on a monthly basis. To collect data from as close to the source as possible, we have begun to digitize each of our program, project and field data collection processes with the use of handheld devices for data collection.


Explaining phenomena by collecting numerical data that are analyzed using mathematically based methods, in particular statistics.


Enables Indigenous Organizations to use a range of tools to do a comparison of before and after the project, and adapt to the needs of its clientele.


The engagement of clients in the evaluation & success of their own project on a one to one basis, facilitated by a community based employment counsellor.


We use interviews, observations, partnerships and documents, formal and informal that allow our clients to adapt the program to their needs.

Overview of our Services

Job Placement

Partners for Careers – our core business is job placement: assisting Aboriginal job seekers to find employment, training or continuing education opportunities in Manitoba. The work of assisting job seekers is delivered by contracted delivery agencies: all 10 rural Friendship Centres – call the Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres in Winnipeg, 204-942-6299 or

Guide to Winnipeg for Aboriginal Manitobans

The Partners for Careers’ Guide to Winnipeg for Aboriginal Manitobans is supplied free of charge to Aboriginal client-serving agencies. As Aboriginal people move to Winnipeg, whether for a short or a long time, we have created this guide to assist them in getting connected to the larger community. Information is included on housing, transportation, shopping, cultural organizations and much more.

Brandon Friendship Centre

Dauphin Friendship Centre

Flin Flon Aboriginal Friendship Centre

The Pas Friendship Centre

MaMowWeTak Friendship Centre

Portage La Prairie Friendship Centre

Lynn Lake Friendship Centre

Riverton & District Friendship Centre

Elbert Chartrand Friendship Centre

Selkirk Friendship Centre

Indian Metis Friendship Centre of Winnipeg