Resources and Information are available to everyone in the community including the employed, underemployed, job seekers, students, laid-off workers, apprentices, internationally-trained newcomers to Canada, as well as employers. There are no eligibility criteria for this service. It offers you the information and resources you need to support your job search by providing you information on local training and employment opportunities, community service supports, as well as resources to support independent or "unassisted" job search.
Although this service is classified as "unassisted", staff support is available for you. Our staff is available to provide direction, support and guidance. Depending on your exact needs, we can also help direct you to the most suitable programs and services available for you in the community.
We can also help you with:
Completing registrations for secondary and post-secondary education
Completing and submitting applications for programs such as Second Career and Self-Employment Benefit
Access Income Support such as Ontario Works, the Ontario Disability Support Program, or Employment Insurance
Visit us at any one of our locations to make use of the following resources:
Assistance with computer use and access to internet-based job services
Use of Email or Voicemail boxes, Fax, and Free-of-charge telephone services
Opportunities leading to professional networking
Guidance in preparing job search tools and strategies
Furthermore, we can also provide you with information about:
The local labour market, careers and occupations
Education, Training and Employment Opportunities
Career Planning and Job Search strategies
All Employment Ontario programs and services available in the community