International Association of
Machinists-Center For Administering
Rehabilitation and Employment Services


AIM CROIT (International Association of Machinists – Centre for Administering Rehabilitation and Employment Services) is a not-for-profit organization sponsored by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW). We provide employment assistance services to people in the greater Montréal area who have a physical, sensory or neurological disability.

Over the years, we have developed an extensive employer bank and are regularly flooded with new job offers.

We are proud to welcome and train interns in different fields of activity throughout the year.

Whether you have a disability and are looking for work or know someone who has a disability and would like to work or are an employer seeking to hire the rare gem to fill a position, AIM CROIT is at your service and can provide you with the guidance you need.

In the past 25 years, AIM CROIT has helped thousands of people with disabilities to find employment. The organization has received several awards over the years :
  • In 2013, our director, Mrs. May Polsky, was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. This medal pays homage to individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to their fellow citizens, community and country through their generosity, commitment and accomplishments.
  • It was awarded the Médaille du Grand Laurentien in 2012 by the Saint-Laurent borough in recognition of its exceptional contribution to citizens’ wellbeing and community development.
  • In 1996, in a brief presented by the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec (titled Une orientation adéquate : un préalable au parcours vers l’insertion, la formation et l’emploi) to the Commission des affaires sociales as part of a public consultation on income security reform, AIM CROIT was named one of the three centres to have developed an expertise in providing guidance to a disabled clientele and whose accomplishments could inspire the development services adapted to this clientele’s needs.
  • The “Excellence in Special Needs Employment” award was given to AIM CROIT in 1990 by the Canadian Mental Health Association in recognition of our work to help the disabled find a job and stay employed.