Youth Job Connection (Summer)

Youth Job Connection Summer (YJCS) is designed to help young people between the ages of fifteen (15) to eighteen (18) who face challenging life situations. This program provides them with the pre-employment training and work opportunities that will help them make informed career and educational decisions as they move forward with their employment goals.

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Career Experience / Job Shadow

Career Experience / Job Shadow

The Career Experience/Job Experience Program is designed to expose unemployed participants to one or more careers, to help them decide on the career they want to pursue, before or after formal education.

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Youth Community Based Projects

Youth Community Based Projects

The Youth, Community-Based Project is designed to provide work opportunities to Six Nations youth who face greater barriers than their peers, to entering the labour market, by providing opportunity for youth to participate in meaningful community service projects.

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Student Support Services

The Student Support Services Program provides year-round employment workshops to middle school and post-secondary students. This program is designed to raise awareness about the importance of career planning and preparing for the future. These workshops also focus on helpful resume, cover letter, and interview tips for young job seekers.

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Summer Work Experience (ISETS)

The Student Program is designed to provide career-related, summer employment for secondary and post-secondary students, by providing wage subsidies to employers. The Student Program also supports the operation of a summer employment office.

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Summer Challenge (Stay In School)

Summer Challenge (Stay In School)

The Summer Challenge Program is designed to encourage students to stay in school, return to school or transition from school to work. This program encourages personal development through life skills and job readiness training while stressing the importance of staying in school.

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