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Other Resources for Student Employment

Construction Pre-Apprenticeship (I'm Lawrence) program provides participants with “real world” exposure to the conditions and expectations in a broad range of trades so they become fully aware of what they will face as an employed registered apprentice.

Enhanced Language Training is a 14-week program that includes eight weeks of in-class business English training followed by a six-week work placement to gain Canadian experience.

Hairstylist Training helps aspiring hairstylists gain industry professional experience through our Hairstylist Pre-Apprenticeship and Hairstyling Apprenticeship programs to help them reach their full potential in the field.

Next-Steps Employment Centres provide job seekers and employers with a full range of free employment/recruitment services and supports at 7 locations - Toronto, Mississauga and Vaughan.

The TDSB Ontario Works program assists people on social assistance gain skills and/or acquire the tools to start a new career or become self-employed.

Scarborough Centre for Employment Accessibility is a drop-in Resource Centre for job seekers, including persons with disabilities, offering skills development for employment, job search workshops, and MS Office tutorials. Assistive technologies and accessible resources are also available.

Youth Internship Initiative provides employment opportunities for young Canadians, aged 15 to 30, helping them to gain experience and skills for the labour force.

Youth Into Food Processing & Pharmaceutical is a FREE training and certification program that provides post-secondary graduates (up to age 29) with the skills to start a career in the food processing and pharmaceutical sector.

City of Toronto

Canada's Wonderland

Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)

Centreville Amusement Park at Centre Island

Workopolis - Summer Jobs

Career Owl - Summer Job Links

Community Agencies for Employment

The following community agencies assist youth with finding employment. Please contact them to discover employment opportunities in your community.

St. Stephen's Community House

Tropicana Community Services

Youth Employment Services

YMCA of Greater Toronto

Woodgreen Community Services

Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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