DiversiTrade Resource & Connection Centre

DiversiTrade Resource & Connection Centre is a not-for-profit society which helps advance and support diversity in the skilled trades and construction industry.

WHAT WE OFFER

Pride in Construction

ABOUT US

Curious about how DiversiTrade came to be? Click on the learn more button to read about our Vision and History.

#constructionisforeveryone

DiversiTrade exists to support YOU!

How we can help

How can DiversiTrade help you or someone you know?

Let’s say you are interested in starting a career in the skilled trades but you don’t know how to start?

Having a hard time finding a new position after taking some time off to raise a family?

Resources

Our Resources will help you connect with existing organizations such as Empower, and Building Futures, find information on current scholarships and search job postings from verified websites.

Are you looking to connect with other people working in the trades, share stories, and get advice?

Alberta Women in Trades

Connect online with our sister community in the Alberta Women in Trades Facebook group.

Maybe you are struggling to find resources for 2SLGBTQI+ support and initiatives.

Pride in Construction

Our sister group Pride in Construction has you covered. Visit them on LinkedIn - Pride in Construction

Have a question?

Contact us!

Connect with us via email at hello@diversitrade.ca and share what you are looking for and how we can help.

DiversiTrade exists to support YOU!

Alberta Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that what we call Alberta is the traditional and ancestral territory of many peoples, presently subject to Treaties 6, 7, and 8. Namely: the Blackfoot Confederacy – Kainai, Piikani, and Siksika – the Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Nakota Sioux, Stoney Nakoda, and the Tsuut’ina Nation and the Métis People of Alberta. This includes the Métis Settlements and the Six Regions of the Métis Nation of Alberta within the historical Northwest Metis Homeland. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations. We are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us. We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting.