An average of 70% of our Diploma program graduates
found employment in their fields..
Over 55,000 immigrants, mostly women
immigrants, mostly women, assisted since 1978.
An average of 320 job seekers
register annually in our skills training programs.
83% of internationally-trained professional immigrants
completing a Canadian work experience program found jobs in their fields within 6 months.
We depend on the financial support of individuals, the corporate sector, all three levels of government, and community organizations to carry out our mission.
Please consider making a donation. Your monies will go to the WSC Scholarship and Bursary Fund
This fund is for individuals who want to take a college course initiated by a charitable organization but do not have sufficient personal financial resources to pay full tuition. While our settlement and support services are free, the academic program must meet specific financial obligations and abide by regulations laid out by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU). No one seeking post -secondary or Canadian education should be denied this service because of limited financial capacity.
Tuition for a college course, even those which are initiatives of a charitable organizations, ranges from $2,500-$7,500. At WSC the average Bursary awarded is $1,000 and a matching amount of the tuition fees is often waived to ensure individuals can move forward in their chosen fields.
WSC is a registered charitable organization (10822-1946-RR0001). Donors are eligible to receive tax-deductible receipts.
For an overview of our combined program expenditures and statement of financial activities, see our latest Audited 2019-20 Financial Statement [272 Kb].
Thank you for your support.