As a service provider for the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU), we facilitate several Employment Ontario programs to help job seekers find work and training opportunities across Ontario. We also work directly with employers who are looking to hire. These programs and services are free for job seekers and employers as they are funded by the government of Ontario and, in part, by the Government of Canada.
For more information about any of these programs click the program names below or fill out an information request form.
Supportive services and resources that help job seekers improve job search skills, identify training needs and find suitable work in Ontario. We also work directly with employers who are looking to hire.
Paid career development training and job placements for students and youth (15-29 years old) who are having trouble finding work.
Providing access to job search resources and information for students and youth (15-29 years old) who are looking for employment opportunities, including first jobs.
Financial incentives to help Ontario-based employers train and develop existing employees.
Training and financial support to help laid-off workers find high-demand work. Individuals may qualify for up to $28,000 to pay for tuition and expenses.
Community based projects that help job seekers develop new skills and gain work experience.