Mentors, mentees and employer partners share their experiences of mentoring.
Category: Employability Resources
A career tool that provides useful information about job opportunities, job demand, wages, skills requirements, and more.
Learn about workers’ rights, training/learning resources, and career exploration resources.
TWIG, as a member of Workforce Planning Ontario, conducts localized research and actively engages organizations and community partners in local labour market projects.
Second Career provides career planning and financial support specially designed to help laid-off Ontarians participate in long-term training for a new job. Career counsellors in Employment Ontario offices across the province can help interested individuals take the first step.
PCPI is committed to helping clients optimize workplace performance through the application of Human Resource, Career Development and Cultural Intelligence (CI) solutions.
Ontario workinfonet (OnWIN) is a web-based resource and service dedicated to connecting the people of Ontario to quality information and resources in the areas of jobs; work and recruiting; learning; education and training; occupations and careers; labour market information and outlook; self-employment; workplace issues and supports; and financial help and issues.
A province-wide umbrella organization for the community-based training and employment sector
Ontario Job Futures provides information on the current trends and future outlook for 190 occupations common to Ontario. It is a joint effort of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and of Service Canada – Ontario Region.
Bridge training programs help qualified internationally trained individuals move quickly into the labour market in Ontario by assessing their existing skills and competencies, compared to Ontario employer expectations. They provide training and Canadian workplace experience without duplication.
Find services for newcomers and immigrants funded by the provincial government.
Find a link to a list of mentoring programs on the Ontario Immigration website.
Over 50 million professionals use LinkedIn (a professional networking site) to exchange information, ideas and opportunities.
The JSW Program is specifically designed to assist new and recent immigrants to Canada in their job search. The program offers pre-employment training and assists internationally trained individuals with the initial stages of their job search.
A niche job board site that targets the entire eyecare industry to attract highly qualified professionals.
A listing of employment services and training funded by Employment Ontario.
CASIP delivers employment and training services to skilled immigrant job seekers and to employers.
Employment and Social Services provides employment supports, financial benefits and social supports to people living in Toronto.
Provides internships that last for 4, 6, 9 or 12 months for job-ready immigrants that are legally able to work in Canada.
The Access to Professions and Trades Guide provides information about international qualifications, licensing and regulatory bodies as well as education and training options available. The guide also has information about the workplace culture in Canada. Benefit from resources and tips on preparing a Canadian-style résumé and cover letter, professional networking and much more.
311 improves accessibility to non-emergency City services and information and increases the City’s effectiveness in responding to public inquiries.
A website of over 20,000 community, health, social and related government services – a reliable resource for anyone looking for human services in Toronto