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Job Connect Program for Youth
By Community Notes | Published  10/11/2007 | Employment Assistance , Community News , Student Area | Rating:
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Brampton - Are you between the ages of 16-24, or up to 29 if disabled?  Are you looking for employment?

If so, the Job Connect program provides individualized employment assistance that matches your skill set and needs.

·  Consultants & job developers can provide access to employment opportunities & on-the-job training in the community.

·  Consultants can help youth identify & clarify their employment needs, establish career goals and create a plan of action accordingly.

·  Consultants can also provide one-on-one assistance in job searching, resume development & interviewing skills improvement to compete in today's labour market.

·  Consultants can also provide you with resources on education & training opportunities.

If interested, please contact Shelly at (905) 459-0111 x 306 for further assistance. Or walk in at our location from Monday to Friday between 8:30 to 4:00 pm & from 5:00 to 7:30 on Thursdays.

For more information, contact:
Shelly Verma
Job Connect Program
John Howard Society PHD
134 Main Street North
Brampton, ON   L6V 1N8
(905) 459-0111 x 306

The Job Connect Program (an Employment Ontario Project) is funded by the Government of Ontario, the Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities.

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