KEE is currently accepting new clients.
KEE is currently accepting new clients.
Our latest Guidebook is now available for reference and download. You can find it in our Client Resource Page. We recommend all clients use this updated and more comprehensive version which features new handouts and much more.
If you are a Job Seeker and interested in signing up for the KEE Program, please click HERE. Please fill in the form.
We are happily helping Ukrainian newcomers attain employment & navigate the Winnipeg job market! Please sign up on the link above to schedule an intake interview.
The KEE Program is now offering our videos with subtitles in Ukrainian, French, Spanish, Arabic, Swahili, Chinese, Tagalog (Filipino) and English!
Be sure to follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/keewinnipeg/
When coming to Knox, masks are required. We will be happy to provide you with one at the reception desk if needed. If you are ill, have COVID symptoms or if you or someone in your household has tested positive for COVID or you are a close-contact with a known case, please do not come in person to Knox to workshops or appointments.
Upcoming Tuesday Workshop Dates for registered clients at 11am sharp:
March 21 (in person) please complete all online Step By Step To Employment Modules (as per page 14 in Guidebook) before attending this workshop. Please prepare questions for this workshop.
There is no workshop March 28.
Please check back here for possible changes prior to coming to Knox for workshops. Please enter at the main doors of 406 Edmonton Street. You will need to buzz the Knox Employment Entry Program (KEE Program) to be let in. When you enter, go through the doors on the left and let reception know you have arrived. Please arrive a few minutes early. If you arrive late, you will not be let in as it disrupts the flow of workshops. Please complete all Step By Step online modules prior to attending workshops. Please read above "bold" paragraph regarding health and mask requirements.
Please have your KEE Guidebook and a pen at all workshops. We encourage clients to have questions prepared for the workshop on any challenges they may be facing attaining employment and/clarification about content in the online modules.
Workshops are for registered clients Tuesdays at 11am, check back here for link if it is a scheduled Zoom Workshop (these are posted by 10:55am on Tuesdays at the bottom of this update section on this page). You may have to refresh your screen for the updated page or restart your browser if it's after 10:55am on a Tuesday and you do not see the link. It's recommended that clients are hooked up via Wi-Fi in order to not use up their cell data. If you do not have data, you can phone into the workshop (instructions/number will be posted here five minutes prior to the workshop starting).
The Knox Employment Entry Program is a non-profit program funded by the Government of Canada and the Manitoba Government.
We help Manitobans find entry level work and train them in work related and job attaining skills so they maintain employment and know how to find a job should they ever find themselves unemployed again.
After clients are interviewed and accepted into the program, they participate in our certified "Step By Step To Employment" training course which focuses on how they can bring value to the company they work for by looking at things through the perspective of the employer's and customers' point of view. We cover the "big picture" when it comes to attaining the job including all steps of finding and securing employment to how to be a great employee and how to provide excellent customer service.
Our goal is to see clients employed for the long run!
If you can legally work in Canada and currently live in Manitoba and are looking for work in Winnipeg, check out our Job Seekers section.
If you work for Manitoba Employment and Income Assistance and would like to refer a client, please click here for more details and a referral form.
Public Disclosure - no employee of The Knox Employment Entry Program
is remunerated more than $75,000/year.
The KEE Program receives funding from both
the Provincial Government and the Federal Government.