With over 32,000 job seekers served at its five locations across the Greater Toronto Area, ACCES Employment is recognized as a leading not-for-profit for helping newcomers, often highly skilled and educated, find work in the Canada. ACCES Employment has a number of youth programs that provide job search support, networking opportunities, specific training and connections to employers that are hiring.
The programs we currently offer include:
Youth Job Connection/Youth Job Connection Summer
This program is designed for youth 15-29 who are facing challenges in finding employment. The program offers paid training while you perfect your resume, prepare for interviews and meet with mentors and employers.
Employment Connections for Newcomer Youth
This is a free four-week skills training program designed to help newcomer youth find a job in customer service or general labour. The program supports newcomers between the ages of 16 and 29.
Motive Power Connections
This free, four-week automotive skills training program is designed for newcomer and refugee youth ages 15-29 interested in pursuing a career in the automotive industry.
Barista Training for Newcomer Youth with Starbucks Canada
In partnership with Starbucks Canada, this program is designed for youth between the ages of 16-29. Over a course of three days, this course prepares youth to interview for a barista position at Starbucks Canada or other customer service roles.
Youth Job Link
This free program is intended for youth (between the ages of 15-29), who are eligible to work in Canada and currently reside in Ontario. The program covers career exploration, career management and job search, readiness and matching.
Additionally, we offer timely youth-focused career and job search-related information and tips on our website through our online information hub at http://e-acces.accesemployment.org/support-for-youth.
For more information on ACCES Employment’s youth programs, please visit our youth section on our website here: http://www.accesemployment.ca/job-search-for-youths.