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The City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre (YEC) has been assisting youth with their career and employment goals since 1987. Visit YEC and access free career and employment services. Location: 2nd floor, 315 10th Ave S.E. Calgary, AB. For more information, please visit http://www.nextsteps.org. Music: Clear Day http://www.bensound.com
Join MTA Field Officer, Franco Albuino on a tour of the MTA's training centre. Franco explains the trades which MTA specialise in - light vehicle mechanics, diesel mechanics, panel beating and vehicle painting. See the classrooms, the light and heavy vehicle sides of the workshop and the MTA Monaro and Dyno cars running!
Former employees of the MicroSkills employment centre, which declared bankruptcy last week, turned up at a job fair today that they helped organize. They're now looking for work themselves.
Find the WorkBC Employment Services Centre in your neighbourhood. Our trained staff will help you find the services you need to start and succeed in your job search. FREE EMPLOYMENT AND CAREER SERVICES: Career planning Job search workshops One to one resume and career advising Paid short and long term training Employer connections and wage subsidies Funding and training Self-employment planning Internet, phone, photocopying Our FREE employment and career services for job seekers ages 16 to 65+ years include specialized workshops and support for immigrants, youth, Indigenous peoples, personnes francophones, persons with disabilities, survivors of violence and abuse, older workers and women returning to work after an absence. We offer monthly workshops to help you in your career search. ...
In collaboration with employers and other youth serving agencies, The City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre connected with over 21,000 youth to assist with their career and employment needs in 2014. Special thanks to both McDonald's Canada and Calgary Winter Club for sponsoring a $1,000 scholarship. Thank you to Blue-Con Excavating Ltd. and Shakers Fun Centre for their support of $500 towards a YEC scholarship. For more information on The City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre, visit nextsteps.org or contact 403-268-2490.
JobLinks provides services to job seekers and employers. Primarily it is designed for individuals who have disabilities or medical barriers and are looking for employment.
Next-Steps Employment Centres provide job seekers and employers with a full range of free employment/recruitment services and supports at 7 locations - in Toronto, Mississauga and Vaughan. If you are looking for a job or looking to hire, please contact the nearest location. All our services are FREE and we will be happy to assist you! Follow us on Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/nextstepsec LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/next-steps-employment-centres Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NextStepsEmploymentCentres Visit our website: http://www.next-steps.ca Locations: Downsview 3701 Chesswood Dr, Unit 100, Toronto firstname.lastname@example.org 416-395-9559 Don Mills Peanut Plaza 3030 Don Mills Rd, Toronto email@example.com 416-395-5101 Dundas-Dixie 1225 Dundas...
Employment resource center in Toronto JobStart career services offering employers complimentary recruitment, job placements, applicant screening, job-matching, work placement services and employee apprenticeship programs. http://www.jobstart-cawl.org
Our YWCA WorkBC Employment Services Centres have specialized services and support for youth job seekers. Let one of our career advisors help you find - and keep - your dream job! YWCA Career Zone is a drop-in resource centre for male and female jobseekers aged 16 to 30 located in Vancouver's downtown on Granville Street. We offer a range of FREE services and resources and friendly employment counsellors to make your job search fast and easy. 1256 Granville Street (2nd Floor) Vancouver, BC V6Z 1M4 tel 604 605 4666 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Saskatchewan student Briana Mackow talks about the career coaches at the SECC who can help students make career goals, determine their strengths and decide what they want to do after they graduate.
Company Profile page: http://www.thedigitalhub.com/company-directory/search-companies/south-west-inner-city-local-employment-centre/476 An integral part of ICES Inner City Employment Service responding to the needs of local unemployed Jobseekers and Employers. South West Inner City Local Employment Centre (SWIC LEC) operates within the Dublin 8 inner city area. This jobs-focussed professional mediation and guidance service is intended primarily to assist unemployed residents to progress to employment, training or education. Rationale of the SWIC LEC: The underlying value of SWIC LEC is for the Local Employment Centre to achieve for its clients: Equality of treatment with other jobseekers Tailor-made access to a range of employment or progression-related opportunities Services to the...
Take a tour of our new Employer Centre
With email inbuilt in the Employer Centre, you can centrally manage the recruitment process end to end