The Military Employment Transition Spouse (METSpouse) program connects Canadian military spouses with a network of military spouse friendly employers across the country. Founded as a pilot program in 2016, METSpouse launched nationally and is now available in all military communities to the spouses of Active, Reserve, and Retired members of the Canadian Armed Forces.
MILITARY EMPLOYMENT TRANSITION SPOUSE PROGRAM
METSpouse is administered by Canada Company in partnership with Military Family Services and
Military Family Resource Centres. Leveraging the success of Canada Company’s innovative Military Employment Transition (MET) program, METSpouse offers solutions to the issue of underemployment to over 60, 000 military spouses across Canada.
A Winding Career Path Can Still Take You Where You Want to Go
If you are a military spouse and you are looking for employers who understand your life circumstances, the METSpouse program may be just what you are looking for.
To register Contact Your Local MFRC METSpouse representative
They will be able to register you for the program and answer any questions you may have. Once registered, you will:
- Gain access to the online METSpouse portal where you will find Hot Jobs, information on all the METSpouse employer partners and relevant employment resources to help you in your career development;
- Receive the weekly Hot Jobs e-mail that will highlight the immediate hiring needs of METSpouse Employer Partners;
- Be invited to in-person and online job fairs put on my employer partners; and
- Receive information on best practices coming from the METSpouse program and recommended employment search practices for employment as a military spouse.
Created in 2006, Canada Company is a federally registered charity which brings community leaders from across Canada together to support Canadian soldiers in the work that they do at home and abroad. The organization is apolitical and is an advocate for Canadians, who serve, or wish to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces, regular and reserve and their families, ensuring they receive the widest possible support, recognition and care.