Your Future Starts Here!

Get the training you need and the job you want!


Your Future Starts Here!

Get the training you need and the job you want!


Your Future Starts Here!

Get the training you need and the job you want!

The Mission Community Skills Centre Society is a community-based resource dedicated to helping people improve their employability through quality services and training as defined by our clients.

Our Programs

Express to Success

(Agri-Food & Beverage Processing)

Location: Langley, BC
(Serving Langley and surrounding communities)

Get intensive training for employment in the Agri-Food and Beverage Processing Industry. Get the skills you need, and get connected with employers in just 6 weeks. Wage subsidy is available for all prospective employers.

Wild Craft Foods Program

Indigenous Youth Self-Employment
Location: Abbostford, BC
(Serving the Fraser Valley)

This ten-week self-employment experience for indigenous youth aged 15 to 29 endeavours to empower a new generation of entrepreneurs. Wild Craft focuses on traditional wildcrafting, art, food, and agriculture business projects and skill development.

Manufacturing Youth Skills Training Program (MYST)

Location: Abbotsford, BC
(Serving Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack and surrounding communities)

6 weeks of skills training, including a training allowance, followed by 4 weeks of paid work experience with a host employer (wage subsidized), plus fully supported job placement in the manufacturing industry.

Empowering Youth Entrepreneur Program

Self-Employment Training for Youth
Location: Campbell River, BC
(Serving all Vancouver Island communities)

This seven-week self-employment experience for youth aged 15 to 29 empowers young entrepreneurs in developing low overhead start-ups that can be launched with minimal financial investment.

Explore information about our Programs and get started on your journey to employment.

Register today!

We would like to acknowledge that we are on the unseeded traditional territories of the Leq’á:mel, Tla-o-qui-aht, Sumas, Katzie, Qualicum, Squiala First Nations, and Xwexwenaqe Xwexwilmelh people, and would like to thank these Nations for allowing us to live, work and play on their sacred territories.

Our Success Stories

See our real life success stories and read about some of the great experiences people have in our programs.

Meet Emilie – Red Seal Carpenter

View More Success Stories

Mission Skills Chair, Rob Waycott, donates a cheque for $ 5000 to The Mission Food Bank.

Mission Skills Chair, Rob Waycott, donates a cheque for $ 1000 to Mission Literacy in Motion (Nicole Kokoska, Literacy Outreach Coordinator) for their Literacy Program in Deroche. The donation includes a computer lab to help senior learners gain access to essential computer skills.

Mission Community Skills Centre Board & Staff Sponsor the Mission Hospice Society “Ride for Hospice” Fundraiser.

November 30, 2020

Mission Spotlight: Oh! Bagel

October 28, 2020

Mission Candlelight Parade Silver Sponsor

August 12, 2020

MCSC Donates $5000 to Mission Food Bank

Get in Touch

Whether you are looking to hire your next great employee, or want to get the skills you need for the job market, we are here to help. Contact us today!