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Persons With Disabilities

Persons With Disabilities

Pursue your Potential

A program designed to help persons with disabilities to explore their career opportunities with RBC

We embrace diversity as one of our core values. We strive to leverage the strengths, talents, similarities and differences of our workforce by eliminating barriers and developing our employees to their full potential. Programs like PyP help us to ensure inclusion and fairness throughout our hiring process.

If you decide to participate in the program, here is What to Expect:

  • We will ensure your accommodation needs are met during your job application process;
  • We will highlight your candidacy with recruiters and hiring managers;
  • If you are considered to be a competitive candidate, you will be contacted by RBC recruitment team for further assessment.

Am I eligible for the program?

You must be a person with disability to be eligible for the program. Persons with disabilities are individuals who have long-term or recurring, persistent conditions, either visible and/or invisible, such as pain, agility, speech, learning, hearing mobility, seeing, etc (please note: this list is not exhaustive)

Ready to apply? Register here for PYP (opens new window).

NOTE: Participation in the PyP Program is voluntary and is complimentary to your job application when you apply to a role(s) at RBC. We encourage you to continue monitoring our career site and apply for posted positions that match your qualifications and interests.


REACH (Employees with Disabilities)

Once you become an employee, you will have the opportunity to join our Persons with Disability Employee Resources Group-REACH, which aims to support and enable employees to fully contribute and reach their full potential in the workplace.

You can also join our other Employee Resource Groups of your interest where you can network with your peers. Please visit Employee Resource Groups for more information.


Career Edge Internships with RBC

Are you interest in a paid internship? RBC successfully partners with the Career Edge organization, a private sector, not-for-profit organization that supports New Graduates with Disability and Internationally Qualified Professionals to provide paid six-, nine- or 12-month internships to Canadian university, college and high school graduates with disabilities.

Please visit Career Edge (opens external website in new window) to view eligibility requirements and internships currently available at RBC.


If you have any questions regarding RBC's diversity practices and our programs for Persons with Disabilities, please email us at


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Application Assistance

If you are a person with a disability and have questions or would like help with your application, please email our team.