Employment/ Unemployment

You Are Here! Newcomer Youth Info Website

You Are Here! is live - www.newyouth.ca

You Are Here! is an exciting new website for newcomer youth across Ontario. The website has information on finding work, staying healthy, getting around a city, immigration issues, and the school system in Ontario.

Newcomer youth can read articles or watch informative videos, and find services, programs, and youth events near them. They can also comment and ask questions about specific topics, which will be moderated and responded to by the OCASI youth website team.

The Career Foundation's FREE Individual Support with Job Search and Job Placement

Date(s): 
Mon, 08/17/2009 - 09:30
Contact name: 
The Career Foundation

Career Foundation's CTC Program offers a FREE employment support to assist you in your job search. We are open to job seekers aged 15-30.
If you can answer ‘YES’ to these questions - then you may be eligible to attend:
1) Between 15 & 30 Years Old __YES __NO
2) Out of ‘Full-Time’ Work __YES __NO
(Working less than 20 hours per week)
3) Out of ‘Full-Time’ School __YES __NO
(Not returning to school within the next 6 months)

YWCA - Employment workshops for girls who are permanent residents or convention refugees

Date(s): 
Tue, 08/11/2009 (All day)
Contact name: 
Pamela Langford

YWCA JUMP will be holding employment workshops every Tuesday in the month of August.

Theses workshops are for girls between the ages of 13-24 who are permanent residents or convention refugees.

Please post

Thank you.

Pamela Langford
Employment Counsellor/Outreach|YWCA JUMP
YWCA Toronto I A Turnng Point for Women
222 Dixon Road, Suite 207, Etobicoke, ON M9P 3S5
T 416 964 3883 ex. 404 F 416 964 9492

YWCA - Employment workshops for girls who are permanent residents or convention refugees

Date(s): 
Tue, 08/04/2009 (All day)

YWCA JUMP will be holding employment workshops every Tuesday in the month of August.

Theses workshops are for girls between the ages of 13-24 who are permanent residents or convention refugees.

Please post

Thank you.

Pamela Langford
Employment Counsellor/Outreach|YWCA JUMP
YWCA Toronto I A Turnng Point for Women
222 Dixon Road, Suite 207, Etobicoke, ON M9P 3S5
T 416 964 3883 ex. 404 F 416 964 9492

JVS Toronto Newcomer Employment Services North - Work Search Strategy Workshop

Date(s): 
Mon, 08/24/2009 (All day)
Contact name: 
Sumika Takahashi

JVS Toronto NES North provides:
-       Specialized Newcomer Workshops and Mentoring Programs
-        Employment Counselling
-        One-on-one job search support from professional Job Developers
-        Access to JVS Job Postings /Employer Database
-        Skills International/Language Classes/Employment Resources

*Program Information Session will be held on every Thursday from 9:30 AM at JVS North office.

JVS Toronto Newcomer Employment Services North - Work Search Strategy Workshop

Date(s): 
Mon, 08/10/2009 (All day)
Contact name: 
Sumika Takahashi

JVS Toronto NES North provides:
-       Specialized Newcomer Workshops and Mentoring Programs
-        Employment Counselling
-        One-on-one job search support from professional Job Developers
-        Access to JVS Job Postings /Employer Database
-        Skills International/Language Classes/Employment Resources

*Program Information Session will be held on every Thursday from 9:30 AM at JVS North office.

Media Projects Coordinator

Employer: 
Regent Park Focus
Pay Type: 
per hour
Position type: 
Contract - part-time
Application deadline: 
Monday, August 17, 2009
Contact name: 
Hiring Committee

Regent Park Focus Media Projects Coordinator Position Type: 1 Year Contract Application Deadline: August 17, 2009 Location: Toronto Rate: $16 hourly for 28 hour week Background: Regent Park Focus Youth Media Arts Center is a not-for-profit organization that was established in 1989 as part of a government initiated strategy to promote health and reduce the risk of substance abuse in communities across Ontario. Regent Park Focus program provides community access to on-site media production equipment.

Exciting Volunteer Opportunity for 20 Social Justice minded South Asian Youth

Employer: 
South Asian Youth Advisory Committee (SAYAC)
Start date: 
Tue, 07/14/2009 (All day)
Position type: 
Volunteer
Application deadline: 
Friday, July 10, 2009
Contact name: 
Neethan Shan

Hello Friends,

The South Asian Youth Advisory Committee (SAYAC) is searching for 20 dedicated youth members ages 16-30 to become the official Steering Committee Members for the term July 2009-May 2010.

Summer Experiential Learning & Job Skills Development Program

Date(s): 
Fri, 06/12/2009 (All day)

      CALL FOR YOUTH PARTICIPANTS 2009 
       

This is a full-time summer program with activities that focus on leadership development, teamwork, community involvement, and employment preparedness.  

Main Requirements for applicants:

Student Employment

   The TDSB has set a hiring target of 325 students for Focus on Youth 2009. Of this number approximately 250 students will be working with our Partners and Agenices in the Program Area.  In addition, 75 students have been hired to work within Facility Services duties of Toronto District School Board.

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