When you’re looking for work, it can be hard to know where to turn.
We’ve put together the following tools and resources to help you get started.
Looking to boost your professional French skills? Join French for the Workforce, our comprehensive program designed to help you excel in workplace conversations, job interviews, and meetings. Whether you’re looking for a job or want to increase your career prospects, our courses will provide you with the skills and confidence you need to succeed.
September means back to business! It also marks the transition from summer to fall and ushers in a new energy to keep us engaged and excited about the future!
Are you seeking a change in your career or business? With Fall upon us, we’re pleased to offer an array of exciting new workshops and events, both online and in-person, to assist you in achieving your professional ambitions. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, entrepreneur, artist, or job seeker, we have something special in store for you this month.
Discover the best workshops and events to grow your business and advance your career with the comprehensive Fall 2023 Program Book from YES Employment + Entrepreneurship. Stay ahead of the game with all the information you need in one convenient guide.
A new month, a new beginning and a fresh start! Welcome to August! As we embrace the dog days of summer, we have an exciting lineup of events that we can’t wait to share with you. Whether you’re an art lover, an entrepreneur, an artist, or a job seeker, we have something special in store for everyone.
Meet Alexis Vasil, a determined and resilient 24-year-old transgender youth, who triumphed over substantial employment barriers during her transition. With unwavering support from the Youth on the Rise (YOTR) program, she courageously embraced her preferred name, found acceptance among her cohort and the YOTR team, and secured her first job as a Junior Developer at a graphic design company. Despite facing mental health challenges, concerns about identity-based discrimination, limited work experience, and a language barrier, Alexis’s remarkable journey stands as a testament to the transformative power of the Youth on the Rise program and the profound impact of inclusivity and support.
Graduation is a major milestone, but what happens next? Don’t wait too long to start your job search. Gain real-world experience while you’re still a student. Reflect on what’s best for you. Network with professionals in your field. Access valuable resources and support. Set yourself up for a lifetime of success and fulfillment. Congratulations and best of luck on your journey!
It’s time to break the stigma surrounding mental health in the workplace. Despite increasing awareness, many employees still fear discrimination and are reluctant to ask for help. But it’s okay to not be okay. In this article, we delve into the importance of mental health and the reasons why it’s important to prioritize it in the workplace. Together, let’s create a supportive and understanding environment where employees feel comfortable seeking help and taking care of their mental well-being.
No matter where you are on your employment or entrepreneurial journey, taking care of your mental health is important. To help you find the support you need, we have compiled a comprehensive list of English-language mental health resources across the province. Whether you need help with stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues, there are resources available to support you. Don’t hesitate to prioritize your mental well-being and explore these resources today.
Career fairs are one of the very few places where hundreds of employers gather under one roof to recruit new employees. With the job-hunting season in full swing—particularly for those of you graduating this spring – these can be great events to help you evaluate your career options. But with hundreds of job seekers who will be there trying to land a job, the competition is tough. So you’ll need to take full advantage of this opportunity to get yourself noticed.