Transition year program F/W 17 - 18

The Transition Year Program is a special access program for youth 19+ and adults who are interested in attending university. The full-time academic program is designed to assist those individuals who have previously experienced social and academic barriers to university studies. Students who successfully complete the Transition Year Program receive credits towards undergraduate degree studies at York or that may be accepted as transfer credits to Ontario colleges or university programs.

Free 8-week culinary skills training program

Frontlines is offering a free 8-week, culinary skills training program for youth ages 18-29. The program involves hands-on experience in the kitchen, baking, cooking, menu planning, and budgeting. Upon completion, students receive Safe Food Handler’s certificate, Smart Serve, etc.

"Hard At Work: How do students live on unpaid internships?"


"Internships are a growing part of post-secondary programming. But students report they are being assigned to tasks that seem like a job rather than a learning opportunity, and that raises a question: should they be paid or not? ... For full article, please visit


Contact Centre Professional - No-Cost Youth Employment Program @ NPower Canada

Mon, 04/10/2017 - 09:00
Contact name: 
Stephanie Agosta

Happy spring! The weather is warmer, the birds are chirping, and NPower Canada is looking to hatch some new talent through our next Contact Centre Professional Program!

We’re seeking youth 18-29 who are looking to launch their career with top-tier employers through entry-level call centre agent jobs.

We offer at no-cost:

Healthy Eating Workshop Facilitator

Rexdale Community Health Centre - HKCC Rexdale
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Contract - part-time
Application deadline: 
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Contact name: 
Liberty Hacala

HKCC Rexdale is seeking enthusiastic and skilled individuals who are
passionate about healthy child development to deliver educational water
workshops across Rexdale.

Racism, Reconciliation, and Indigenous Cultural Safety – a Webinar on Jan 26

What: Racism, Reconciliation, and Indigenous Cultural Safety – a Webinar featuring Senator Murray Sinclair interviewed by Shelagh Rogers


When: January 26, 2017 - 10:30 am - 12:00 pm PST and 1:30 - 3:00 pm EST



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