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Mentor Help for Newcomers

Newcomers, do you need help with your job search? Mentors can help you build your professional network and navigate the job market in Canada. The TRIEC Mentoring Partnership helps 75% of participants find a job in their occupation or related field within one year of completing the program. If you are unemployed or underemployed and … Continue reading

Student Employment

Did you know that students no longer have to be returning to school in the fall to take advantage of the Federal program, Summer Job Strategy? We also have several Employment Ontario programs to assist youth in obtaining employment. Visit DRUHC’s youth website. Contact us to learn more.   Read Employment E-News – April 2019 … Continue reading

Volunteer Work

Volunteering can be rewarding and fun – it can also help you acquire experience, skills and a network of support. Looking for opportunities? Go to Volunteer Durham. If you are a student in need of additional volunteer hours to graduate from Grade 12, we have opportunities available! Connect with us!   Read Employment E-News – … Continue reading

Canada Training Benefit

Due to the nature of the fluctuating Labour Market, people are changing jobs many times throughout the course of their career. The 2019 Budget presented by the federal government introduced the Canada Training Budget to help workers of all ages adapt to changes in labour market demand and skills. The Canada Training Benefit would help … Continue reading

Rogers tv Durham – Youth Perspective

A Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre Employment Counsellor recently appeared on an episode of ROGERS tv Durham’s “Youth Perspective”. The episode provided excellent tips and sound advice to help young people effectively transition into full or part time work. If you are the parent of a young person looking for work, offering help can require … Continue reading

Newcomer Lands Dream Job with the Help of JSW

“My previous education and experience are worth something.“ Zehra assumed she would not find work in her field until she had a Canadian education and Canadian work experience. She made an appointment with the Job Search Workshop (JSW) Facilitator expecting only to discover where she should pursue further studies. Instead, the JSW Facilitator introduced her … Continue reading