Young Moms or Dads

FREE Customer Care Professional employment placement + skills training - Starting Aug 21, 2017

Know any youth 18-29?
With a knack for helping others?
Eager to upgrade their professional skills?
Struggling to find meaningful employment?

Please see attached flyer for detailed information. 

We have the program just for them! NPower Canada’s next Customer Care Professional Program (formerly Contact Centre Professional) begins August 21st and is filling up quick!

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.

Supporting Young Families Volunteer

Yorktown Family Services
Start date: 
Thu, 11/03/2016 - 15:30
Position type: 
Application deadline: 
Friday, October 28, 2016
Contact name: 
Leisha Zamecnik

Yorktown Family Services is enthusiastically searching for a new volunteer to assist with the Supporting Young Families program (SYF). SYF is a weekly drop-in program that provides comprehensive services and multiple supports to pregnant and parenting teens and their children.  It is a successful program that runs every Thursday out of the Jane St. Hub (1541 Jane St. Toronto).

City of Toronto Career Information Event on Oct 20

The City's 5th annual Career Information event will take place at the Toronto Reference Library on October 20, as part of Workforce Development Month. This free event will feature City staff from more than 35 divisions sharing information about careers at the City of Toronto. Speakers will provide tips on how to apply for City opportunities.

Ontario Women’s Health Network

OWHN’s New Website!

We are happy to announce that the Ontario Women’s Health Network’s new, bilingual website is now live online at! Please visit the site and return often as we will be making regular updates, including to our new features:

·         Women’s Health Leadership Network

·         Women’s Health Portal

Family and Friends Picnic - volunteers needed

Black Daddies Club (BDC)
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Application deadline: 
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Contact name: 

Black Daddies Club (BDC) is currently in the process of planning their annual "Family and Friends Picnic” taking place on Sunday, September 4th 2016 at Petticoat Creek Park in Pickering, Ontario. This is a potluck event, Food will also be on sale.


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