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Youth Programs and Services

entete jeunes generalThe  Government of Ontario modified its' program offerings for youth in order for them to reflect a more comprehensive and targeted suite of employment programs and services to better help all youth improve their skills and find work.

Further to these changes, the following programs are now available to meet with the different needs of the young clientele and employers alike.

 

Youth Job Connection Program

This program is aimed at helping young people aged between 15 and 29 years old acquire skills and experience that will increase their employment capacities. For the young participant, the program includes professional assessment and career development services along with paid workshops and activities and paid on-the-job training.

For employers, this program gives them the opportunity to train and offer support to a young person in their business, and get the opportunity to acquire a good employee in doing so.

Read all the details of this program by clicking here or contact the Centre to discuss how to get started.

 

Youth Job Connection : Summer Program

This program is for students aged from 15 to 18 years old and aims at supplying them with information and summer jobs perspectives and help them make the right training and career choices. Several students can thus find their first official job through this program.

For employers, this program offers the opportunity to train young people to develop skills in their specific trades, while getting a helping hand during the summer season. Financial incentives are also given to help cover for costs related to temporary reductions in productivity, increased supervision requirements and other expenses during the on-the-job training period.

Read all the details of this program by clicking here or contact the Centre to discuss how to get started.

 

Youth Job Link Program

This program is aimed at young people aged between 15 and 29 years old, including students. The program offers a wide range of non-intensive employment services to help young people gain career management skills, get exposure to career exploration activities and get help in finding employment. Through workshops and activities, young participants will have the opportunity to establish professional links with employers, acquire job search and preparation skills, and discover career paths and choices available to them.

For employers, this program offers them the posting and broadcasting of their job offers to this clientele, as well as job matching with young participants who can fill their job openings. Upon very specific criteria, a financial incentive can be allocated to the employer.

Read all the details of this program by clicking here or contact the Centre to discuss how to get started.

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These Employment Ontario programs are funded in part by the Government of Ontario.

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