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Let's Work Together & Help Your Clients

Help Canadians find great careers in growing and innovative sectors by bringing skilled talent together with Canadian companies.

Collaborate with us to strengthen Canada's workforce.

Palette Skills is a national nonprofit with a vision. We are working for an inclusive Canada where all people and organizations thrive as the result of a globally competitive economy, one open to everyone, regardless of their background. 

Employment outcomes

90% of our graduates receive job offers within 6 months of the program. Within 18 months, 40% of graduates get a promotion or move on to a better position.

Personal outcomes

Our program graduates enter the job market with a better appreciation of their potential for leadership, cooperation, and communication.

Social outcomes

Palette Skills graduates become great team players, with enhanced soft skills, increased motivation, and more confidence when it comes to contributing to their workplaces.

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Local partners. National reach.

Make a difference in your community.

A community partner is an NGO or similar group that helps us deliver programs or helps us recruit participants for our pre-existing programs. As a partner, you benefit by:

Make A Difference In Your Community.​
examples of our partnerships

HiredHippo

HiredHippo is a hiring marketplace where companies can get instant access to top talent that’s vetted and aligned to their job, and where professionals are matched instantly with jobs they love. Thanks to our partnership, talent that joins the Palette Skills SalesCamp Program will have exclusive access to HiredHippo services.

2nd chance community centre
Ottawa Employment Hub
Isem power
Workforce Windsor Essex
Durham workforce authority
Contact North
Code Youth
Bay of Quinte
Economic recovery relies on teamwork

How you can help bridge the gap

Referrals

Do you know someone who has a great skillset, but needs that extra boost of confidence? We’re looking for your help in referring talented participants to our programs.

Tools & Resources

Do you know of any employment resources, grants, or programs that would help provide support or financial assistance to our participants and employers? Let us know!

Publicity

Help increase awareness of our programs, and in turn we will work with you to build brand awareness of your organization through joint marketing opportunities.

learn what to expect from us

Download our community handbook

Palette Skills is a national nonprofit with a vision. We are working for an inclusive Canada where all people and organizations thrive as the result of a globally competitive economy, one open to everyone, regardless of their background.

We believe one of the best ways we can make this happen is by building skills to future-proof Canadian business and workers.

This handbook will let you know what to expect from us, and what we will expect and need from you. So read on, and get ready for the Palette Skills partnership experience.

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We measure our success by the success of our community members.
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Have a question? Want to get involved?

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Heather Masters

Community Partnerships Manager

Ontario and British Columbia

Kedar Patel

Community Partnerships Manager

Ontario

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Michelle Kot

Community Partnerships Manager

Saskatchewan

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Eligibility for SalesCamp

To be admitted and accepted into the program, you must be:
  • Be actively searching for work and ready to take on employment opportunities tech sales.
  • Be able to legally work in Canada. 
  • Not be a full-time student.
  • Be a highly motivated individual actively seeking out new opportunities.
  • Have least 3 years of formal work experience in Canada or abroad.
  • Have an English language rating of CLB Level 8, or IELTS of 6.5 overall.
  • Be available for Zoom sessions, many of which will be full-time.
  • Be able and committed to attending networking day events as part of regular programming.
  • Be comfortable using technology and learning online.
  • Live or intend to live in the province where the program is being offered.
  • Have a reliable internet connection, device, and a quiet environment for virtual learning.
  • Be committed and able to join the Canadian workforce full-time immediately following the program.
You may not be eligible if:
  • You do not pass our application and/or interview skills assessment. 
  • You are not actively searching or able to start a job in business-to-business tech sales.
  • You are not able to legally work in Canada.
  • You do not reside in the province where the program is operating.
  • You are going to school full-time.
  • You do not have three years of work experience outside of your studies.
  • You are interested in taking SalesCamp solely for learning purposes, but are building your own business and not intending to work in the field.

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