Partnerships

PACE is pleased to have so many valued partners throughout Manitoba, some of which are displayed below. We work with our partners to ensure the most industry aligned programming available. Our partners also work with us on providing internships to our students.



Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution and training centre. Our goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for food banks in our community.



People First's vision is to be the most trusted provider of people solutions to Canadian business.

We contribute substantially to the success of our clients by working with them to: recruit top talent; discover the full potential of each of their employees; maximize the collective strength of a highly engaged workforce and assist in the exiting process when it's time to part ways.

Founded in 2000 in Winnipeg, the firm has grown to be one of the largest human resource consulting firms in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northwestern Ontario.




The Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) is the 'go to' place for youth entrepreneurship. As a national non-profit organization, we are dedicated to growing our nation's economy one young entrepreneur at a time. We look at character not collateral, when providing youth, age 18-39, with pre-launch coaching, business resources and start-up financing.  We hand-match every entrepreneur with a professional business mentor for a minimum of two years, to ensure they have support during the critical start-up or expansion phase.


Skip the old marketing plan, start a movement.

Social media marketing, digital strategy, website design & testing.






Organization and Staff Development (OSD), a branch of the Manitoba Government Civil Service Commission, is responsible for providing workshops, programs and consulting services in support of Manitoba government-wide priorities and goals.

Since September 2003, the OSD has partnered with UW PACE in an articulation for credit transfer agreement whereby many OSD workshops are eligible for credit toward programs in the UW Professional Studies Program Area.

For additional information on the workshops and programs offered through OSD please visit their website at www.gov.mb.ca/csc/osd/

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