Support for Career Explorers & Job Seekers

Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre (AEC) has been delivering Career Services in the South Shore region for more than 10 years. Our services take an entrepreneurial approach to career development. We teach people how to find or create suitable employment while living in their rural communities. We allow people to dream and explore their career possibilities that start from a personal vision.

The Career Practitioner is available to meet with you, discuss career options and help you develop a plan to achieve your employment goals. Whether you are considering self-employment, a major career change or need an ally to strategize and enhance your job search, we are here to help.

To make an appointment with our Career Practitioner, contact us today:


Phone: 1-877-457-5627 or (902) 858-5627

In Person: 10 Pte. Richard Green Ln, Hubbards, NS co-located with the Aspotogan Heritage Trust

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:00pm.

The Career Services office has a list of jobs currently available throughout Western HRM and Lunenburg County. You can also access resource information and government programming services for retraining, starting a business and gaining new skills in the labour market.

Support for Employers

Advertise your job opportunities

Employers wishing to advertise their job opportunity, please write to and include the following details in the body of the email, or attached in a Word document: Job Title, Company Name, Location, Job Responsibilities, Qualifications, Hours per Week, Wage, How to Apply, and Contact Information. We will respond as quickly as possible to ensure your job ad is live on our website, however please allow a standard 2 business day response time. Your ad will remain live on our website for a period of 30 days, unless you wish to notify us otherwise. This service is provided at no cost to the employer.

Growing your business and your team

As an additional service to helping local employers in Hubbards and surrounding communities, our Career Services team can help identify funding opportunities to help you grow your business through training and hiring incentive grants offered through the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education as well as the Nova Scotia Department of Business.