Youth Job Connection

The Youth Job Connection program serves youth aged 15 to 29 by providing more intensive supports beyond traditional job search and placement opportunities. Supports include paid pre-employment training to promote job readiness, job matching and paid job placements (with placement supports for participants and hiring incentives for employers), mentorship services, and education and work transitions supports. The overall goal of the program is for participants to achieve long-term, meaningful careers upon completion of the program.

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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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Disability Opportunity Initiative

Disability Opportunity Initiative

The Disability Opportunity Initiative is designed to help persons with disabilities prepare for, obtain and keep employment or become self-employed, thus, increasing their economic independence.

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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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