The Akwesasne Career & Employment Support Services (ACESS) is an independent entity operating in Akwesasne designed to assist community members in finding jobs, provide quality training opportunities to attain jobs, and help clients reach educational goals.
ACESS is funded by the Government of Canada and is a client-focused program. To start the application process, clients should contact ACESS and develop their Career Action Plan with an ACESS staff member in order to identify the steps to attaining their employment goals.
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ACESS held a 15 week welding course with SLC that I enrolled in, and this sparked my interest and gave me the motivation to enroll in the SLC 2 year apprenticeship welding program. If it wasn’t for ACESS providing me this great opportunity to experience welding I would’ve never went back to school as a mature student and graduated from Welding School and find success in the trades industry.
- AMANDA JACOBS -
Virtual Reality (VR)
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
A new service offered to clients where you can immerse yourself into a 3D world to explore and gain insight into real-life experiences that you would encounter "on the job". Currently, there are 15 programs available for you to choose from.
Which career path will you choose?
ACESS is offering tutoring sessions every Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday from 3:00pm to 5:30pm. Currently all sessions are online via zoom.
This service is free. Once you register, you will be sent your personalized zoom link.
For more information, contact