Job Seekers

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Looking for work?
We can help!

Are you new to the Hamilton job market or to your career search?  Don’t know where to look for Hamilton jobs?  Not hearing back from employers? We’re here to give assistance in searching for part time jobs and full time jobs?  We assist ANYONE in the Hamilton community with their job search, including accessing government funding for second career retraining. 

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Employment Resource Centre

  • The Employment Resource Centre is a free community resource open to anyone looking for work, whether full-time, part-time, or just for the summer.

    The Employment Resource Centre provides:

  • Walk-in access to written, audio-visual and computer based material on careers, occupations, employment, the job market, training opportunities and job search skills and strategies
  • Staff assistance
  • Now Offering
  • InterviewStream - free online video practice interviewing
  • StrengthsQuest - free online guidance and ideas for your career path.

Free walk-in services include

  • Internet Access
  • Printing
  • Faxing
  • Photocopier
  • Resume Critique
  • Job Postings
  • Post-secondary Resources
  • Apprenticeship Info
  • Career Exploration Resources
  • InterviewStream
  • StrengthsQuest

Looking for a Part time or Full time Job?

Free Employment Workshops

Participate in one of our in-class or on-line workshops to brush up on the current employment trends.

To view the Fennell Campus workshop schedule (PDF):

April-June
July-Sept

To view the Centennial location workshop schedule

April-June

July-Sept

 

e-Portfolio Foundations in-class Workshop 
(call to inquire 905-575-2177) 

Please CALL 905-575-2177 TO REGISTER

 

Second Career Funding

This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.

Second Career helps laid-off workers get the skills training they need for high-demand jobs in their communities.

Second Career was launched in June 2008 to help laid-off Ontarians identify and train for new careers in growing sectors. Second Career provides financial support for tuition, books, travel and other expenses to help eligible workers participate in training programs.

 

How do I apply for Second Career funding?

If you are interested in training for a new career, please contact us by phone at 905-575-2177, email us, or visit us

Pre-Apprenticeship Training

Take advantage of the funded pre-apprenticeship training programs offered out of Stoney Creek Campus of Mohawk College.  These programs provide individuals with an equivalent of Level 1 apprenticeship in an approved trade.  They are funded through the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development and offered once/year in various trades. 

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