Core Neighbourhoods at Work

Get resume help, employment support and more from one of our Employment Coordinators.

What is CNAW?

The Core Neighbourhoods at Work (CNAW) program provides free support and services for people who are looking for work, training, or education.

Each year, we help over 1,500 people work towards their employment goals. CNAW is located in the Quint office in Station 20 West.

How can we help you?

Many things can make finding and keeping a job difficult: getting the appropriate training and tickets, finding stable housing or childcare, learning to communicate in the workplace, figuring out transportation to work, or even making a resume to apply. From referrals to services in the community to helping you write or polish up your resume, we can work with you and help you get to where you want to go.

Wherever you are at in your job search, give us a call.

Call us

Call 306-978-4041 ext. 243.

CNAW is for you if you are…

16 years or older

Living in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods or surrounding area

Wanting support as you look for work

Willing to spend time looking for a job and addressing the barriers that might affect your employment

Adam, CNAW Participant

 “I am more social and I have learnt many new skills. My job is rewarding and I have made some friends at my workplace. My coworkers are nice and I feel excited when I go to work.”

Services and Supports

Participants of the CNAW program gain access to the following:

Resource Room
  • Access to 16 computers, photocopier/fax machine, and public phone
  • Assisted and independent pre-employment supports including job searching and community referrals to address employment barriers
Workshops and Training
  • CNAW offers workshops on resume writing, job searching, interview prep, and more. If your employment goals also require additional training, we may be able to offer you free online training for various tickets.
  • We schedule our workshops whenever there is enough interest. Workshops are either drop-in or pre-registered. Each pre-registered workshop has an intake session that you must attend if you would like to register. Information about upcoming intake sessions and workshops are posted here.
Employment Coordinators
  • One-on-one personalized support to help you identify your employment goals and any barriers that may be in the way of your success
  • Supports include: resume writing, job searching, interview preparation, and other pre-employment services.

Each year, Quint and community partners hold a Community Job Fair at Bedford Road Collegiate.

Driver’s License Program

Core Neighbourhoods at Work offers a Driver’s Education program to organize and pay for the 6 hours of in-class and 6 hours of in-car training needed to obtain a Class 5 Driver’s License in Saskatchewan.

This program is extremely popular. Every month, we receive more applications than there are spots available. We always encourage unsuccessful applicants to return to the intake next month and apply again.  

How do I qualify?

In order to qualify for the program, you must already have your Class 7 (Learner’s) License and be eligible to take the road test within two months of acceptance into the program. The program is open to the public and anyone who meets this criteria is welcome to apply.

When does it start?

Intake for the Driver’s Education program occurs on the second Monday of every month at 9:45am.

How do I apply?

Please arrive early as the doors will be locked promptly at 10am. Application forms will be distributed at the intake and there is no need to sign up in advance – just show up early! Visit us at Suite 101 – 1120 20th St W (Station 20 West).


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Call 306-978-4041 ext. 243.

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